Donald O'Brien

Born in September 15th, 1930

From Pau, France

Donald O'Brien Biography

Donal "Donald" O'Brien (September 15, 1930) is a French-born Irish film and television actor. In his near 40-year career, O'Brien appeared in dozens of stage performances and in more than 60 film and television productions. O'Brien was born in Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, raised in both Northern France and Dublin, Ireland with his family, and made his feature film debut in 1953 with Anatole Litvak's war drama Act of Love.

He studied acting in Dublin and initially joined the Gate Theatre at age 19 before making the transition to film several years later. O'Brien's performance in The Train (1964), in which he played an SSFeldwebel, led to his first breakout role in Grand Prix (1966) starring alongside James Garner and Eva Marie Saint.

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Donald O'Brien Filmography

Ghosthouse Poster
January 1, 1989
The Name of the Rose Poster
September 24, 1986
Hands of Steel Poster
August 29, 1986
Zombie Holocaust Poster
May 7, 1982
The Inglorious Bastards Poster
December 1, 1981
Keoma Poster
January 27, 1977
Challenge to White Fang Poster
October 1, 1975