The suits who run the Emmys had to make a hard choice in deciding which dead actor to honor-- a TV icon who has won multiple Emmys, or a young actor with no Emmys who is now as famous for being a… READ MORE >
Larry Martin Hagman (born September 21, 1931) is an American film and television actor, producer and director known for playing J.R. Ewing in the 1980s primetime television soap opera Dallas and Major Anthony 'Tony' Nelson in the 1960s sitcom I Dream of Jeannie. Hagman was born in Fort Worth, Texas. His mother, Mary Martin, later became a Broadway actress and his father, Benjamin Jack Hagman, was a district attorney. His parents divorced in 1936 when he was five years old. He lived with his grandmother in Texas and California. His famous mother became a contract player with Paramount in 1938 and occasionally took him to her movies. In 1940 his mother met and married Richard Halliday and gave birth to a daughter, Heller, the following year. Hagman attended the strict Black-Foxe Military Institute (now closed). When his mother moved to New York City to continue her Broadway career, Hagman again lived with his grandmother in California.
The drama in Larry Hagman's life lives on ... months after his death, because the actor's estate now claims Larry's granddaughter has committed familial treason by holding ridiculously valuable… READ MORE >
"Dallas" star Larry Hagman's swanky L.A. beach house has been sold for a cool $5 million -- and TMZ has learned the lucky buyers, were big time J.R. Ewing fans. The 3,029-square-foot Santa Monica… READ MORE >
Hey "Dallas" fans, get ready to break open your piggy banks ...'cause the L.A. penthouse iconic villain Larry Hagman called home ... officially hit the market for a cool $5.2 million. Hagman --… READ MORE >
"Dallas" star Larry Hagman -- aka J.R. Ewing -- took a shot at a crazy question about ... celebrity livers!! Whose would he want? Whose would YOU want? Check out TMZ on TV -- click here to see… READ MORE >
Larry Hagman says he's been diagnosed with "a very common and treatable form of cancer" -- and plans to fight the disease with the same bad ass attitude as his famous "Dallas" character -- J.R.… READ MORE >