Born on February 13, 1934 in Great Neck, New York
George Segal as "Jack Gallo"
This ensemble comedy is about the inner workings of a high-style magazine owned by Jack Gallo, who has hired his quick-tempered but talented daughter, Maya, to write for the publication. Challenging her at every turn is Nina, a vain and superficial former model. Then there's photographer Elliot, a man who is very popular with his portrait subjects as well as other women. completing the core staff is her father's assistant, Dennis, a glorified secretary who is generally disrespectful to one and all.
|Golden Globe (2000)||Nominated||Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy|
|Golden Globe (1999)||Nominated||Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy|
George Segal as "Steve Blackburn"
An affair between a married American insurance executive and a British divorcee does not run entirely smoothly. His back problems rather cramp his style, yet they continue with the relationship and rent a flat for their liaisons. However, he finds that combining parenthood, marriage and career with an affair can takes its toll.
|Golden Globe (1973)||Won||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical|
George Segal as "Morris Brummel"
Psychopathic serial killer Christopher Gill (Rod Steiger) is obsessed with his late mother, and he targets victims who remind him of her. He dons various disguises to gain his victims' trust and always leaves his calling card, a red lipstick mark, when he's done. Christopher begins deliberately tipping off detective Morris Brummel (George Segal) on the phone, drawing the detective -- who has issues with his own overbearing mother (Eileen Heckart) -- into a game of cat and mouse.
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1968)||Nominated||Supporting Actor|
George Segal as "Nick"
History professor George (Richard Burton) and his boozy wife, Martha (Elizabeth Taylor), return late one Saturday night from a cocktail party at the home of the college president, Martha's father. Martha announces that she invited another couple, newly appointed instructor Nick (George Segal) and his timid wife, Honey (Sandy Dennis), over for a nightcap. When the younger couple arrive, the night erupts into a no-holds-barred torrent of marital angst and verbal tirades.
|Academy Award (1966)||Nominated||Actor in a Supporting Role|
|Golden Globe (1966)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture|