Lee Marvin was a part of the Greatest Generation demographic cohort.
Lee Marvin was not a boomer. The boomer generation started in 1945, whereas he was born in 1924.
That is a 21 year difference!
The "boomer" label is often applied to older people by mistake.
During the fifties, he portrayed the character Detective Lieutenant Frank Ballinger in the TV series "M Squad". During the 1960s, he starred in popular movies such as The Killers (1964), Cat Ballou (1965) and The Dirty Dozen (1967). Marvin's final film appearance was in The Delta Force (1986), which was released about a year and a half before his death.
Lee Marvin was around 6 ft 2 inches tall. In centimetres, his height was 187 cm.
This means that he was noticeably taller than the average American male.
Related: Famous actors who are tall.
If he was still alive today, he would be 98 years old.
He was born on a Tuesday.
He died on a Saturday.
He died in August, 1987, which was over 34 years ago. Three decades have passed since his death.
To put that into perspective.
Yes. Our records indicate that Lee Marvin was a smoker. However, we cannot say for certain whether or not he continued to smoke up until his death.
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