"I bring to a role everything I am, was and hope to be."
There is no other face in Hollywood more iconic than that of Clark Gable. With his sly grin, jet black hair and rugged build, Gable is known as The King of Hollywood and was one of the first big stars in the movie industry and had a career spanning up until his death in 1960. The Ohio native struck gold with a low budget film with Columbia called “It Happened One Night” in 1934 earning him the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. He is most famously remembered and known as the notorious charismatic and charming Captain Rhett Butler from the classic movie “Gone With the Wind.” Other noteworthy works of Gable include his first movies with blonde bombshell, Jean Harlow, including Red Dust, Hold Your Man, China Seas, Wife vs. Secretary and Call of the Wild with Loretta Young, The Misfits, Mutiny on the Bounty, Cain and Mabel, Boom Town and Teacher’s Pet.