James Mason vs James Madison

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Actor
President of the U.S.A
Net worth 2018
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Presidents
Huddersfield, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
Residence
Port Conway
British
Country
United States
15/05/1909
BirthDay
16/03/1751
July 27, 1984
Died On
June 28, 1836
Peterhouse, Cambridge, Marlborough College
Education
1771 - Princeton University
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TIMELINE
1985

The 1985 film ‘The Shooting Party’ was Mason’s last film as an actor

1984

However, in 1984, he succumbed to it on July 27, 1984

1980

In the 1980s, Mason brought to life the role of a corrupt lawyer, Ed Concannon in ‘The Verdict’

1975

Following this, he played a river pirate in ‘Lord Jim’, Bradley Morahan in ‘Age of Consent’, Doctor Polidori in ‘Frankenstein: The True Story’, Richard Staker in ‘Salem’s Lot’ and Captain Hughes in ‘Yellowbeard’In 1975, Mason starred in ‘Mandingo’ that bombed badly at the box office

1971

In 1971, he married Australian actress Clarissa Kaye

1960

Mason suffered from ill health towards the beginning of the 1960s

1954

Mason struck gold with the 1954 remake of the original 1934 film ‘A Star is Born’

1953

He played Brutus in ‘Julius Caesar’ in 1953, Field Marshal Erwin Rommel in ‘The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel’ and a valet turned spy in ‘5 Fingers’

1950

Towards the end of the 1950s, film like ‘Bigger Than Life’, ‘North by Northest’ and ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’ saw him play a varied variety of roles

1949

The year 1949 was a big one for Mason as he made his Hollywood debut with the movie, ‘Caught’

1947

He followed it up with the 1947 film, ‘Odd Man Out’ wherein he played the character of a mortally wounded IRA bank robber

1945

In 1945, Mason took up a lead role in the film, ‘The Seventh Veil’

1940

During the first half of the 1940s, Mason featured in a couple of melodramatic flicks as an anti-hero, including, ‘The Man in Grey’ and ‘The Wicked Lady’

1933

In 1933, he secured a small role in Alexandra Korda’s film ‘The Private Life of Don Juan’ but was sacked after three days

1931

He made his stage debut in Aldershot for ‘The Rascal’ in 1931

1909

James Mason was born to Mabel Hattersley Gaunt and John Mason in Huddersfield in the West Riding of Yorkshire on May 15, 1909

1986

As part of the bicentennial celebration of the Constitution in 1986, the Congress created the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation

1826

In 1826, he was appointed as the Rector (President) of the University of Virginia, and in 1829, chosen as a representative to the constitutional convention in Richmond for the revising of the Virginia state constitution

1815

The war finally ended with the signing of the Treaty of Ghent in 1815

1812

One of the major events that occurred during his tenure was the War of 1812, fought by the United States of America against the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, its North American colonies, and its American Indian allies

1809

He assumed office as the president on March 4, 1809

1808

Madison, running on the Democratic-Republican ticket, easily won the 1808 presidential election by a wide margin defeating Federalist Charles C

1801

His mentor Thomas Jefferson became the President of the United States in 1801 and he selected Madison to serve as the Secretary of State, a post he would hold for the entire tenure of Jefferson’s presidency

1794

At the age of 43, he married a 26 year old widow, Dolley Payne Todd, in 1794

1789

He became a leader in the new House of Representatives in 1789

1788

He collaborated with Alexander Hamilton and John Jay to produce ‘The Federalist Papers’ in 1788 which was circulated in New York in support of the constitution

1786

He assisted Jefferson in drafting the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, which was finally passed in 1786

1776

He served in the Virginia state legislature from 1776 to 1779 during the American Revolutionary War over the course of which he became a protégé of Thomas Jefferson

1771

He received a good education in Latin, Greek, science, geography, mathematics, rhetoric, and philosophy from the College of New Jersey, now Princeton University, from where he graduated in 1771

1751

was born on March 16, 1751, in Virginia as the eldest child of James Sr