Charles O'Neal

Screenwriter, Novelist, Actor
Born: 01/06/1904 in Raeford, North Carolina, USA

Filmography

Writer (11)

The Alligator People 1958 (Movie)

(From Story)

Johnny Trouble 1957 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

The Missing Juror 1944 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Cry of the Werewolf (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Golden Girl (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

I Love a Mystery (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Return of the Bad Men (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Something in the Wind (Movie)

(Screen Story)

The Devil's Mask (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

The Seventh Victim (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Three Wishes For Jamie (TV Show)

Source Material (from novel)

Relationships

Patricia O'Neal

Wife
survived him

Kevin O'Neal

Son
survived him

Tatum O'Neal Actor

Granddaughter
Born Nov. 5, 1963 to Ryan O'Neal and Joanna Moore

Ryan O'Neal Actor

Son
Born April 20, 1941; mother, Patricia O'Neal

Griffin O'Neal

Grandson
father Ryan O'Neal, mother Joanna Moore survived him

Patrick O'Neal

Grandson
father Ryan O'Neal, mother Leigh Taylor-Young survived him

Redmond O'Neal

Grandson
father Ryan O'Neal, mother Farrah Fawcett survived him

EDUCATION

University of Iowa

Iowa City , Iowa
played on the football team

Georgia Institute of Technology

transferred to the University of Iowa

Milestones

1963

Screenwriter for "Lassie's Great Adventure"

1952

Transformed his book "The Three Wishes of Jaime McRuin", with the help of Abe Burrows and Ralph Blane, into the Broadway musical "Three Wishes for Jaime", starring John Raitt and Anne Jeffreys; ran for 75 performances

1950

Wrote "Montana"

1948

Wrote "Return of the Badman"

1944

Screenwriter for "I Love a Mystery"

1943

Wrote "Cry of the Werewolf"

1943

Sole screenwriter for "The Missing Juror"

1942

Co-writer of "The Seventh Victim"

1940

Wrote a short story for ESQUIRE; turned to screenwriting after that

Moved to New York to become an actor; also performed in Southern California and Chicago

Bonus Trivia

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A member of the Old Globe Shakespearean Repertory in San Deigo, CA, where in conjunction with his wife, he staged several productions including "Tower Beyond Tragedy" starring Judith Anderson

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