Home » Entertainers » Actors » Bogart, Humphrey DeForest

Bogart, Humphrey DeForest

Born: 1899 AD
Died: 1957 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Actors

1899 – Born Humphrey DeForest Bogart on the 25th of December in New York, New York. American actor.

1920 – He managed a stage company owned by family friend William A. Brady (the father of actress Alice Brady), performing a variety of tasks at Brady’s film studio in New York.

1921 – Bogart began his acting career on the Brooklyn stage, playing a Japanese butler.

1922 – He appeared in 21 Broadway productions.

1926 – Bogart married Helen Menken on May 20th and divorced the following year.

1928 – Married to Mary Philips on April 3rd.

1930 – He gained a contract with Fox, his feature film debut in a ten-minute short, Broadway’s ‘Like That’, co-starring Ruth Etting and Joan Blondell.

1934 – Bogart starred in the play Invitation to a Murder.

1938 – Married to Mayo Methot on August 21st.

1941 – Starred in movie "The Maltese Falcon" as Sam Spade, "High Sierra" as Roy Earle.

1942 – Appeared in the film "Casablanca" as Rick Blaine.

1943 – Portrayed the role of Sgt. Joe Gunn in the film "Sahara".

1944 – Appeared in the movie "To Have and Have Not" as Harry Morgan.

1945 – Married to Lauren Bacall on May 21st.

1946 – He was Philip Marlowe in the film "The Big Sleep".

1948 – Appeared in the movie "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" as Fred C. Dobbs, "Key Largo" as Frank McCloud.

1951 – Starred in the film "The African Queen" as Charlie Allnut.

1954 – Played the role as Linus Larrabee in "Sabrina", "The Caine Mutiny" as Capt. Queeg.

1955 – Starred in movie "We’re No Angels" as Joseph.

1957 – He died from throat cancer on the 14th of at the age of 57 in San Francisco, California.

1997 – The United States Postal Service featured Bogart in its "Legends of Hollywood".

1999 – The American Film Institute named Bogart the Greatest Male Star of All Time.

         – Entertainment Weekly magazine has named Bogart the number one movie legend of all time.