Joseph Cotten

May 15, 1905
Petersburg, Virginia, USA

Bio: Born to a well-to-do Southern family, Joseph Cotten studied at the Hickman School of Expression in Washington D.C., and later sought out theater jobs in New York. He made his Broadway debut in 1930, and seven years later joined Orson Welles' progressive Mercury Theatre company, playing leads in such productions as Julius Caesar and Shoemaker's Holiday. He briefly… More


Joseph Cotten Videos

The Wild Geese
4 minutes 42 seconds
The House Where Evil Dwells
1 minutes 6 seconds
Heaven's Gate
1 minutes 22 seconds
Guyana: Crime Of The Century
2 minutes 30 seconds
Airport '77
3 minutes 39 seconds

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