|Born||in Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia|
|Died||in Santa Monica, California, USA (complications from bladder cancer)|
|Birth Name||Conrad Lafcadio Hall|
Mini Bio (2)
Born in Tahiti, the son of writer James Norman Hall, author of "Mutiny on the Bounty," Conrad Hall studied filmmaking at USC. He and two classmates formed a production company and sold a project to a local television station. Hall's company branched out into making industrial films and TV commercials. They were hired to shoot location footage for several feature films, including's Disney's The Living Desert (1953). In the early 1960s, Hall was hired as a camera assistant on several features and worked his way up to camera operator. He received his first cinematographer credit in 1965. Hall won acclaim for his rich and complex compositions, especially for In Cold Blood (1967) and won an Academy Award for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969). He won two more Oscars, for American Beauty (1999), in 2000, and Road to Perdition (2002).
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Connie's career got its major boost when Leslie Stevens hired him as Director of Photography for his first TV series, "Stoney Burke", in 1962, and then he became the major DP for the "Outer Limits", from 1963-64, along with his camera operator, Bill Fraker, both of whom moved on to brilliant film careers.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Marilyn Stefano (widow of Joseph Stefano)
|Katharine Ross||(1969 - 1974) (divorced)|
|Virginia E. Schwartz||(14 June 1952 - June 1969) (divorced) (3 children)|
|Susan Kowarsh||(? - 4 January 2003) (his death)|