Lee Van Cleef
January 9, 1925
December 16, 1989
6 ft 1¾ in | 187 cm
85 kg | 187 lbs
Clarence LeRoy Van Cleef Jr. was born in Somerville, New Jersey, United States, on February 22, 1959, was an American actor.
Young Lee Van Cleef first started performing in amateur theater productions.
He made his big screen debut in Western film High Noon (1952) in role as Jack Colby.
He got his television debut in Western series Sky King (1952) in role as Mark.
Lee's breakthrough performance came as "Angel Eyes" / "The Bad" in epic spaghetti Western film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966).
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He starred in Spaghetti Westerns:
For a Few Dollars More (1965) as Colonel Douglas Mortimer
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) as "Angel Eyes" / "The Bad"
The Big Gundown (1966) as Jonathan Corbett
Death Rides a Horse (1967) as Frank Talby
Day of Anger (1967) as Frank Talby
Beyond the Law (1968) as Billy Joe Cudlip
Bad Man's River (1971) as Roy King
The Grand Duel (1972) as Sheriff Clayton
The Stranger and the Gunfighter (1974) as Dakota
Take a Hard Ride (1975) as Kiefer
God's Gun (1976) as Father John / Lewis
He played Sabata in Italian Spaghetti Western films Sabata (1969) and Return of Sabata (1971).
Kansas City Confidential (1952) noir crime as Tony Romano
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953) science fiction as Corporal Stone
The Big Combo (1955) noir crime as Fante
It Conquered the World (1956) science fiction as "Flash" Logan
Escape from New York (1981) science fiction action as Police Commissioner Bob Hauk
Armed Response (1986) action thriller as Burt Roth
He played John Peter McAllister in NBC action adventure television series The Master (1984).
Graduated from Somerville High School New Jersey.
He served in the U.S. Navy aboard minesweepers and sub chasers during World War II.
He was discharged from the Navy in 1946.
Had Dutch ancestry.
He was hetero-chromatic with one eye being blue and other green.
Lee died on December 16, 1989, Oxnard, California, United States, at the age of 64.
He was married to:
Barbara Havelone (1976-1989)
Joan Marjorie Drane (1960-1974)
Patsy Ruth Kahle (1943-1960), they had three children: Alan, Deborah and David