Ralph Rexford Bellamy was a actor with a radio, stage, film and TV career that
spanned sixty-two years. He appeared on Broadway in one of his most famous
roles, as Franklin Delano Roosevelt (below) in Sunrise at Campobello. In 1984,
he was presented with a Life Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild,
and in 1987 received an Honorary Academy Award "for his unique artistry and
his distinguished service to the profession of acting". He gave his final acting
performance in Pretty Woman (1990).
Bellamy in Rosemary’s Baby, 1968