Where is cast of M*A*S*H now? Sally Kellerman dies - see what the stars are doing 52 years later

Where is cast of M*A*S*H now? Sally Kellerman dies – see what the stars are doing 52 years later

Fans of the beloved movie M*A*S*H are mourning the tragic loss of Sally Kellerman, who played Margaret ‘Hot Lips’ Houlihan in the 1970 flick and passed away this week at the age of 84, following a lengthy battle with dementia.  

Sally, whose death was confirmed by her son on Thursday, was a beloved member of the original cast of the dark comedy, M*A*S*H (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) – a Robert Altman-directed flick which was inspired by a 1968 novel written by Richard Hooker.

Now, in the wake of Sally’s passing, FEMAIL is shining a spotlight on her co-stars – revealing where they are today, and where their careers have taken them since the original M*A*S*H movie premiered more than five decades ago.  

After it came out on January 25, 1970, it quickly became one of the biggest films of the early 1970s – landing the third spot for the highest-grossing movie of that year. 

Where is the cast of M*A*S*H now? After Sally Kellerman, the original Margaret 'Hot Lips' Houlihan, tragically passed - FEMAIL has taken a look at what the rest of the stars from the 1950 movie are up to more than 50 decades later

Where is the cast of M*A*S*H now? After Sally Kellerman, the original Margaret ‘Hot Lips’ Houlihan, tragically passed – FEMAIL has taken a look at what the rest of the stars from the 1950 movie are up to more than 50 decades later

M*A*S*H was a black comedy war film directed by Robert Altman. After it came out on January 25, 1970, it became one of the biggest films of the early 1970s - landing the third spot for the highest-grossing movie of that year

M*A*S*H was a black comedy war film directed by Robert Altman. After it came out on January 25, 1970, it became one of the biggest films of the early 1970s – landing the third spot for the highest-grossing movie of that year

It followed a group of medical personnel stationed at an Army hospital during the Korean War, and it starred Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould, Tom Skerritt, Sally, Robert Duvall, and more.

The film received five Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, and won one for Best Adapted Screenplay.

The franchise also contained a TV show, which aired from 1972 to 1983, a 1973 play, a video game, and many more books.

But what are the stars of the original film doing now – more than 50 decades after it first came out?

In the wake of Sally’s passing, FEMAIL uncovered what they’re all up in 2022 – 52 years later – and while some of them went on to launch major acting careers, others stepped out of the spotlight to pursue other endeavors. 

Captain Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye’ Pierce J played by Donald Sutherland

Donald Sutherland played Captain Benjamin Franklin 'Hawkeye' Pierce Jr. in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie Donald Sutherland played Captain Benjamin Franklin 'Hawkeye' Pierce Jr. in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in 2018

Donald Sutherland played Captain Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye’ Pierce Jr. in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie (left) and in 2018 (right)

After M*A*S*H, Donald did not slow down - and he has now gone on star in a huge array of movies and TV shows. He is pictured in the 1970 movie

After M*A*S*H, Donald did not slow down – and he has now gone on star in a huge array of movies and TV shows. He is pictured in the 1970 movie

Donald, who was born in 1935 in New Brunswick, Canada, went on to star in the Academy Award winning drama Ordinary People (alongside Mary Tyler Moore and Timothy Hutton). He is pictured with Mary in the 1980 movie

Donald, who was born in 1935 in New Brunswick, Canada, went on to star in the Academy Award winning drama Ordinary People (alongside Mary Tyler Moore and Timothy Hutton). He is pictured with Mary in the 1980 movie

Donald Sutherland was born in 1935 in New Brunswick, Canada. After he graduated from the University of Toronto, where he studied engineering and drama, he decided to head to the U.K. to study at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

In the early 1960s, Donald landed a few small roles in British films and TV shows, including Castle of the Living Dead, Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors, and Die! Die! My Darling! 

His first major role was in the 1967 flick The Dirty Dozen, alongside Lee Marvin and Charles Bronson, which was the fifth highest-grossing film of that year.

He then left London for Hollywood, and landed the role as the beloved Captain Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye’ Pierce Jr. in M*A*S*H.

After M*A*S*H he did not slow down – and he has now gone on star in a huge array of movies and TV shows.

In the ’70s, he acted in the 1970 comedy Start the Revolution Without Me (with Gene Wilder), the detective thriller Klute (which won an Academy Award), the horror film Don’t Look Now, Academy Award winning drama Ordinary People (alongside Mary Tyler Moore and Timothy Hutton), 1981’s Eye of the Needle, and more.

He also acted in the 1970 comedy Start the Revolution Without Me (with Gene Wilder) and the detective thriller Klute (which won an Academy Award). He is pictured with Jane Fonda in Klute in 1971

He also acted in the 1970 comedy Start the Revolution Without Me (with Gene Wilder) and the detective thriller Klute (which won an Academy Award). He is pictured with Jane Fonda in Klute in 1971

Other of his acting credits include the 1973 horror film Don't Look Now (pictured) and JFK - a 1991 flick about President John F. Kennedy's assassination Other of his acting credits include the 1973 horror film Don't Look Now and JFK (pictured) - a 1991 flick about President John F. Kennedy's assassination

Other of his acting credits include the 1973 horror film Don’t Look Now (left) and JFK (right) – a 1991 flick about President John F. Kennedy’s assassination 

Some of his more recent acting credits include the movie Pride & Prejudice, Space Cowboys, the ABC drama Dirty Sexy Money, NBC's Crossing Lines, and more. He is pictured left in Space Cowboys in 2000 Some of his more recent acting credits include the movie Pride & Prejudice, Space Cowboys, the ABC drama Dirty Sexy Money, NBC's Crossing Lines, and more. He is pictured in Pride & Prejudice in 2005

Some of his more recent roles include the movie Pride & Prejudice, Space Cowboys, the ABC drama Dirty Sexy Money, NBC’s Crossing Lines, and more. He is pictured left in Space Cowboys in 2000 and right in Pride & Prejudice in 2005

Throughout the 1980s and 90s his more-known roles include A Dry White Season (which also starred Marlon Brando and Susan Sarandon), Lock Up with Sylvester Stallone, Backdraft (alongside Kurt Russell and Robert De Niro), Six Degrees of Separation, the 1992 classic Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and others. 

Some of his more recent acting credits include the movie Pride & Prejudice, Space Cowboys, JFK, the ABC drama Dirty Sexy Money, NBC’s Crossing Lines, and the 2008 film Fool’s Gold. He also famously portrayed President Snow in the The Hunger Games film franchise. 

In 2017, he received an Honorary Oscar ‘for a lifetime of indelible characters, rendered with unwavering truthfulness.’

He also helped launch the Canadian television series Witness to Yesterday, and has appeared in numerous commercials for brands like Delta Air Lines, Volvo, and Simply Orange.

In 2017, Donald received an Honorary Oscar 'for a lifetime of indelible characters, rendered with unwavering truthfulness.' He is pictured in 2019

In 2017, Donald received an Honorary Oscar ‘for a lifetime of indelible characters, rendered with unwavering truthfulness.’ He is pictured in 2019

He also helped launch the Canadian television series Witness to Yesterday, and has appeared in numerous commercials for brands like Delta Air Lines, Volvo, and Simply Orange. He is pictured in 2019

He also helped launch the Canadian television series Witness to Yesterday, and has appeared in numerous commercials for brands like Delta Air Lines, Volvo, and Simply Orange. He is pictured in 2019

He met his current wife actress Francine Racette on set of the movie Alien Thunder. They are pictured together in 1980

He met his current wife actress Francine Racette on set of the movie Alien Thunder. They are pictured together in 1980

They tied the knot in 1972 and went on to have three sons together, named Rossif Sutherland, Angus Redford Sutherland, and Roeg Sutherland. They are pictured together in 2001

They tied the knot in 1972 and went on to have three sons together, named Rossif Sutherland, Angus Redford Sutherland, and Roeg Sutherland. They are pictured together in 2001

Donald has five kids in total, including twins Kiefer and Rachel from his previous marriage to Shirley Douglas. His is pictured with his children in 2011

Donald has five kids in total, including twins Kiefer and Rachel from his previous marriage to Shirley Douglas. His is pictured with his children in 2011

As for his love life, it’s been reported that the actor had a brief intimate relationship with his Klute costar Jane Fonda. He has also been married three times.

He wed Lois May Hardwick in 1959, but they divorced seven years later. He then got married to Shirley Douglas in 1966.

They split in 1970, but welcomed two children together before going their separate ways – twins Kiefer and Rachel.

He met his current wife actress Francine Racette on set of the movie Alien Thunder. They tied the knot in 1972 and went on to have three sons together, named Rossif Sutherland, Angus Redford Sutherland, and Roeg Sutherland.

Captain John Francis Xavier ‘Trapper John’ McIntyre played by Elliott Gould

Elliott Gould played Captain John Francis Xavier 'Trapper John' McIntyre in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie Elliott Gould played Captain John Francis Xavier 'Trapper John' McIntyre in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in 2019

Elliott Gould played Captain John Francis Xavier ‘Trapper John’ McIntyre in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie (left) and in 2019 (right)

Elliott, who was born in New York in 1938, received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting actor after he starred in the comedy Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice in 1969. He is pictured (left) in the movie

Elliott, who was born in New York in 1938, received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting actor after he starred in the comedy Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice in 1969. He is pictured (left) in the movie

After M*A*S*H, Elliott went on to star in the 1970 comedy Getting Straight (pictured), 1971's The Touch, mystery crime thriller The Long Goodbye, California Split (alongside George Segal), and more After M*A*S*H, Elliott went on to star in the comedy Getting Straight, 1971's The Touch, mystery crime thriller The Long Goodbye in 1973 (pictured), California Split (alongside George Segal), and more

After M*A*S*H, Elliott went on to star in the 1970 comedy Getting Straight (left), 1971’s The Touch, mystery crime thriller The Long Goodbye in 1973 (right), California Split (alongside George Segal), and more

Elliott Gould was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1938. He began acting on Broadway in the late 1950s, with his first role being in the musical Rumple.

He also starred in Say, Darling, I Can Get It for You Wholesale, Drat! The Cat!, and more, before making his film debut in 1964 in the movie Quick, Let’s Get Married.

In 1969, he announced that he had teamed up with Jack Brodsky to form his own production company, called Brodsky-Gould Production.

The company went on to make two films – The Assistant and Little Murders, which was directed by Alan Arkin and has earned a cult following over the years.

He received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting actor after he starred in the comedy Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice in 1969, and he was then cast as Captain John Francis Xavier ‘Trapper John’ McIntyre in M*A*S*H.

After M*A*S*H, Elliott went on to star in the comedy Getting Straight, 1971’s The Touch, mystery crime thriller The Long Goodbye, California Split (alongside George Segal), I Will, I Will… For Now (opposite Diane Keaton), the 1978 movie Capricorn One, thriller The Silent Partner, and more.

More of acting credits include 1988's Dangerous Love, The Telephone (which also starred Whoopi Goldberg), Warren Beatty's movie Bugsy, Steven Soderbergh's 2001 movie Ocean's Eleven (pictured), and others

More of acting credits include 1988’s Dangerous Love, The Telephone (which also starred Whoopi Goldberg), Warren Beatty’s movie Bugsy, Steven Soderbergh’s 2001 movie Ocean’s Eleven (pictured), and others

He also famously played Jack Gelter, the father of Courteney Cox and David Schwimmer's characters Monica and Ross, on the NBC sitcom Friends. He is pictured in the show with Courteney

He also famously played Jack Gelter, the father of Courteney Cox and David Schwimmer’s characters Monica and Ross, on the NBC sitcom Friends. He is pictured in the show with Courteney

The actor (pictured in 2019) also starred in many Broadway shows, including Say, Darling, The Guys in the Truck, I Can Get It for You Wholesale, Drat! The Cat!, and more

The actor (pictured in 2019) also starred in many Broadway shows, including Say, Darling, The Guys in the Truck, I Can Get It for You Wholesale, Drat! The Cat!, and more

In the 1980s, he starred in two movies for Disney – The Last Flight of Noah’s Ark and The Devil and Max Devlin.

He then returned to Broadway where he starred in The Guys in the Truck in 1983 – however, he left the production after the first week of previews.

From 1984 to 1986, he appeared on the CBS medical sitcom E/R as Dr. Howard Sheinfeld. He also acted in an episode of The Twilight Zone, and made a guest appearance on the show Murder, She Wrote.

Other acting credits include 1988’s Dangerous Love, The Telephone (which also starred Whoopi Goldberg), Warren Beatty’s movie Bugsy, Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s Eleven, Ocean’s Twelve, and Ocean’s Thirteen, Contagion (alongside Matt Damon, Kate Winslet, and Jude Law), Dangerous Lies, and more. 

Elliott (pictured in 2019) also lent his voice to animated classics like Kim Possible, Hey Arnold!, The Simpsons, and American Dad over the years

Elliott (pictured in 2019) also lent his voice to animated classics like Kim Possible, Hey Arnold!, The Simpsons, and American Dad over the years

He was married to acclaimed actress Barbara Streisand from 1963 to 1971, and together, they welcomed a son named Jason Gould, who is now an actor himself. They are pictured together in 1971

He was married to acclaimed actress Barbara Streisand from 1963 to 1971, and together, they welcomed a son named Jason Gould, who is now an actor himself. They are pictured together in 1971

Then, in 1973, he married Jennifer Bogart (pictured together in 1985). They briefly split in 1975 but got back together three years later, before they ultimately divorced in 1989. They share two kids

Then, in 1973, he married Jennifer Bogart (pictured together in 1985). They briefly split in 1975 but got back together three years later, before they ultimately divorced in 1989. They share two kids

He famously played Jack Gelter, the father of Courteney Cox and David Schwimmer’s characters Monica and Ross, on the NBC sitcom Friends, and he also lent his voice to animated classics like Kim Possible, Hey Arnold!, The Simpsons, and American Dad.

He was married to acclaimed actress Barbara Streisand from 1963 to 1971, and together, they welcomed a son named Jason Gould, who is now an actor himself.

Then, in 1973, he married Jennifer Bogart – the daughter of famed director Paul Bogart. 

They briefly split in 1975 but got back together three years later, before they ultimately divorced in 1989. They share two kids – Molly, born in 1971, and Samuel, born in 1973.

Captain Augustus Bedford ‘Duke’ Forrest played by Tom Skerritt

Tom Skerritt played Captain Augustus Bedford 'Duke' Forrest in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie Tom Skerritt played Captain Augustus Bedford 'Duke' Forrest in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in 2019

Tom Skerritt played Captain Augustus Bedford ‘Duke’ Forrest in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie (left) and in 2019 (right)

Tom (pictured left in M*A*S*H with Donald Sutherland) was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1933. Before he started acting, he joining the United States Air Force, where he served a four-year tour of duty

Tom (pictured left in M*A*S*H with Donald Sutherland) was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1933. Before he started acting, he joining the United States Air Force, where he served a four-year tour of duty

After starring in M*A*S*H, he landed roles in Harold and Maude, Cheech & Chong's Up in Smoke, Steel Magnolias (alongside Sally Field, Dolly Parton, and more), horror flick Poltergeist III, 1986 movie Top Gun, and others. He is pictured in Top Gun

After starring in M*A*S*H, he landed roles in Harold and Maude, Cheech & Chong’s Up in Smoke, Steel Magnolias (alongside Sally Field, Dolly Parton, and more), horror flick Poltergeist III, 1986 movie Top Gun, and others. He is pictured in Top Gun

He's also well known for his appearance in the 1979 sci-fi movie Alien. He is pictured in the movie with costar Ian Holm

He’s also well known for his appearance in the 1979 sci-fi movie Alien. He is pictured in the movie with costar Ian Holm

Tom Skerritt was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1933. He attended Wayne State University and the University of California, Los Angeles before joining the United States Air Force, where he served a four-year tour of duty.

He made his acting debut in the 1962 movie War Hunt. He also appeared in a few episodes of Mrs. Jekyll and Hyde, the popular western show Bonanza, and more. 

He was then cast as Captain Augustus Bedford ‘Duke’ Forrest in M*A*S*H. 

After starring in the flick, he continued to act – landing roles in Harold and Maude, Cheech & Chong’s Up in Smoke, the 1979 sci-fi movie Alien, horror flick Poltergeist III, Steel Magnolias (alongside Sally Field, Dolly Parton, and more), 1986 movie Top Gun, and more.

From 1992 to 1996 he played Sheriff Jimmy Brock in the CBS show Picket Fences, which won him an Emmy Award.

Most recently, he starred in the movie Homeland Security, ABC Family's miniseries Fallen (with Paul Wesley), the 2014 war flick Field of Lost Shoes, Lucky (alongside Harry Dean Stanton), and the 2021 drama East of the Mountains (pictured)

Most recently, he starred in the movie Homeland Security, ABC Family’s miniseries Fallen (with Paul Wesley), the 2014 war flick Field of Lost Shoes, Lucky (alongside Harry Dean Stanton), and the 2021 drama East of the Mountains (pictured)

Tom (pictured in 2019) also lent his voice to the video game Gun and appeared as the guide on the showcase website for Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system

Tom (pictured in 2019) also lent his voice to the video game Gun and appeared as the guide on the showcase website for Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system

He married a woman named Charlotte Shanks in 1957, and together they welcomed three kids, before they split in 1972. He then wed Sue Oran in 1977 (pictured together in 1987), and they had one child together. They divorced in 1992

He married a woman named Charlotte Shanks in 1957, and together they welcomed three kids, before they split in 1972. He then wed Sue Oran in 1977 (pictured together in 1987), and they had one child together. They divorced in 1992

He married his current wife, Julie Tokashiki, in 1998 and they share a daughter, named Emi. They are pictured together in 2003

He married his current wife, Julie Tokashiki, in 1998 and they share a daughter, named Emi. They are pictured together in 2003

Most recently, he starred in the movie Homeland Security, ABC Family’s miniseries Fallen (with Paul Wesley), the 2014 war flick Field of Lost Shoes, and Lucky (alongside Harry Dean Stanton).

He also lent his voice to the video game Gun and appeared as the guide on the showcase website for Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system. Throughout his career, he also created his own digital media company called Heyou Media.

He owns two homes – one in Seattle, Washington, and another on Lopez Island in the San Juan Islands.

He married a woman named Charlotte Shanks in 1957, and together they welcomed three kids, before they split in 1972.

He then wed Sue Oran in 1977, and they had one child together. They divorced in 1992, after 15 years together.

He married his current wife, Julie Tokashiki, in 1998 and they share a daughter, named Emi.

Major Margaret ‘Hot Lips’ Houlihan played by Sally Kellerman

Sally Kellerman played Major Margaret 'Hot Lips' Houlihan in M*A*S*H. She is pictured in the 1970 movie Sally Kellerman played Major Margaret 'Hot Lips' Houlihan in M*A*S*H. She is pictured in 2019

Sally Kellerman played Major Margaret ‘Hot Lips’ Houlihan in M*A*S*H. She is pictured in the 1970 movie (left) and in 2019 (right)

Sally was born in Long Beach, California in 1937. During high school, she submitted a recording demo to Verve Records in the hopes of become a famous singer, and was soon signed by the label. She is pictured in her yearbook photo

Sally was born in Long Beach, California in 1937. During high school, she submitted a recording demo to Verve Records in the hopes of become a famous singer, and was soon signed by the label. She is pictured in her yearbook photo 

Before M*A*S*H, Sally made a number of guest appearances in shows like Cheyenne, The Outer Limits, The Rogues, and more, and she also took the stage in the Broadway production of Breakfast at Tiffany's. She is pictured in M*A*S*H

Before M*A*S*H, Sally made a number of guest appearances in shows like Cheyenne, The Outer Limits, The Rogues, and more, and she also took the stage in the Broadway production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. She is pictured in M*A*S*H

Sally was born in Long Beach, California in 1937. During high school, she submitted a recording demo to Verve Records in the hopes of become a famous singer, and was soon signed by the label. However, she walked away months later after becoming overwhelmed by the task.

She attended Los Angeles City College while also working as a waitress. She acted in her first movie in 1957, a flick called Reform School Girl.

Early on in her career, Sally made a number of guest appearances in shows like Cheyenne, Bachelor Father, The Outer Limits, The Rogues, Alfred Hitchcock Hour, and more.

In 1966 she took to the stage to star in the original Broadway production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s as Mag Wildwood.

M*A*S*H was her breakthrough on-screen role, which she received Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for. She then went on to star in over 150 movies and TV shows.

The role launched a major career for the actress, and she was then cast in movies like Red Hot Lovers with Alan Arkin, Shelter with James Caan, and A Little Romance with Laurence Olivier, to name a few. She is pictured with costar James Caan in Slither

The role launched a major career for the actress, and she was then cast in movies like Red Hot Lovers with Alan Arkin, Shelter with James Caan, and A Little Romance with Laurence Olivier, to name a few. She is pictured with costar James Caan in Slither

She continued to work regularly into the 1980s, '90s and 2000s with roles in 1986's Back to School alongside Rodney Dangerfield (pictured), 1996's It's My Party, 2005's Boynton Beach Club, 2011's Night Club and many more

She continued to work regularly into the 1980s, ’90s and 2000s with roles in 1986’s Back to School alongside Rodney Dangerfield (pictured), 1996’s It’s My Party, 2005’s Boynton Beach Club, 2011’s Night Club and many more

She was married to Starsky & Hutch producer Rick Edelstein from 1970 to 1972, before marrying talent manager Jonathan D. Krane from 1980 until his death in 2016. She is pictured with Jonathan and her kids in 2000

She was married to Starsky & Hutch producer Rick Edelstein from 1970 to 1972, before marrying talent manager Jonathan D. Krane from 1980 until his death in 2016. She is pictured with Jonathan and her kids in 2000

The actress (pictured in 2016) passed away at age 84 due to dementia, her son confirmed on Thursday

The actress (pictured in 2016) passed away at age 84 due to dementia, her son confirmed on Thursday 

Sally is survived by her adopted daughter Claire and adopted son Jack, with Jack's twin sister Hannah passing from a heroin overdose in 2016 at the age of 27. She is pictured in 2018

Sally is survived by her adopted daughter Claire and adopted son Jack, with Jack’s twin sister Hannah passing from a heroin overdose in 2016 at the age of 27. She is pictured in 2018 

The role launched a major career for the actress, and she was then cast in movies like Red Hot Lovers with Alan Arkin, Shelter with James Caan, A Little Romance with Laurence Olivier and Diane Lane, and Welcome To L.A. with Harvey Keitel and Sissy Spacek in the 1970s, to name a few.   

She continued to work regularly into the 1990s and 2000s with roles in 1996’s It’s My Party, 2005’s Boynton Beach Club, 2011’s Night Club and TV shows such as Chemistry, Unsupervised, The Young and the Restless, Maron and Decker. 

She was married to Starsky & Hutch producer Rick Edelstein from 1970 to 1972, before marrying talent manager Jonathan D. Krane from 1980 until his death in 2016. 

Sally is survived by her adopted daughter Claire and adopted son Jack, with Jack’s twin sister Hannah passing from a heroin overdose in 2016 at the age of 27. 

Major Frank Burns played by Robert Duvall

Robert Duvall played Major Frank Burns in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie Robert Duvall played Major Frank Burns in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in 2018

Robert Duvall played Major Frank Burns in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie (left) and in 2018 (right)

After M*A*S*H, he went on to star in The Godfather, The Godfather Part II , and The Godfather Part III, which earned him an Oscan nomination for Best Supporting Actor. He is pictured in The Godfather in 1972

After M*A*S*H, he went on to star in The Godfather, The Godfather Part II , and The Godfather Part III, which earned him an Oscan nomination for Best Supporting Actor. He is pictured in The Godfather in 1972

He also acted in movies like 1988's Colors alongside Sean Penn (pictured) and 2007's We own the night alongside Mark Wahlberg He also acted in movies like 1988's Colors alongside Sean Penn and 2007's We own the night alongside Mark Wahlberg (pictured)

He also acted in movies like 1988’s Colors alongside Sean Penn (left) and 2007’s We own the night alongside Mark Wahlberg (right)

Robert Duvall was born in 1921 in San Diego, California, however, he grew up in Annapolis, Maryland. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama from Principia College in 1953.

He served in the U.S. Army from 1953 to 1954. In 1955, he attended the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theater in New York City, where he became friends with Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, and James Caan. 

Before becoming an actor, he worked odd jobs like a cashier at Macys, a mail sorter at a local post office, and a truck driver.

He began his acting career on the stage, appearing in numerous plays through the theater group Gateway Playhouse. He made his Broadway debut in 1966 in the play Wait Until Dark. 

Throughout the ’60s, he made many guest appearances in TV shows like Naked City, The Untouchables, Route 66, The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, and more. 

As for movies, he famously played Roo Radley in the 1962 movie To Kill a Mockingbird, as well as Major Frank Burns in M*A*S*H.

He then went on to star in The Godfather, The Godfather Part II , and The Godfather Part III, which earned him an Oscan nomination for Best Supporting Actor. He also had supporting roles in the 1976 movie The Eagle Has Landed and The Seven-Per-Cent Solution.

In 1979, he starred in Apocalypse Now alongside Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, Martin Sheen, and others – which landed him another Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. He also won both a BAFTA Award and Golden Globe Award for the role.

He then went on to star in Network, The Great Santini (which garnered him another Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role), sports movie The Natural, Dennis Hopper’s Colors (where he won an Oscar for Best Actor), The Apostle (which he also wrote and directed, earning him a few more Oscar nominations), Something to Talk About (which also starred Julia Roberts and Dennis Quaid), The Judge (alongside Robert Downy Jr.), and more.

He also starred The Great Santini (which garnered him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role), The Apostle (which he also wrote and directed), Four Christmases (pictured) and others

He also starred The Great Santini (which garnered him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role), The Apostle (which he also wrote and directed), Four Christmases (pictured) and others

In 2005, Duvall was awarded a National Medal of Arts by President George W. Bush at the White House. In 2015, at age 84, he became the oldest actor ever nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He is pictured in 2019

In 2005, Duvall was awarded a National Medal of Arts by President George W. Bush at the White House. In 2015, at age 84, he became the oldest actor ever nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He is pictured in 2019

He was married to Barbara Benjamin (pictured in 1973), whom he met on set of To Kill a Mockingbird, from 1964 to 1975. He then wed Gail Youngs in 1982, but they split after for years together He was married to Barbara Benjamin, whom he met on set of To Kill a Mockingbird, from 1964 to 1975. He then wed Gail Youngs (pictured in 1983) in 1982, but they split after for years together

He was married to Barbara Benjamin (left in 1973), whom he met on set of To Kill a Mockingbird, from 1964 to 1975. He then wed Gail Youngs (right in 1983) in 1982, but they split after for years together

His third marriage was to Sharon Brophy (pictured together in 1989), a dancer, from 1991 to 1995. He got married for a fourth time in 2005 to Luciana Pedraza, and they are still together now

His third marriage was to Sharon Brophy (pictured together in 1989), a dancer, from 1991 to 1995. He got married for a fourth time in 2005 to Luciana Pedraza, and they are still together now

As for his biggest TV roles, he won a Golden Globe Award for his portrayal of Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin in the 1992 television film Stalin. He was nominated for an Emmy in 1997 The Man Who Captured Eichmann, and in 2006, he won an Emmy for his role in the Western miniseries Broken Trail. 

In 2005, Duvall was awarded a National Medal of Arts by President George W. Bush at the White House.

In 2015, at age 84, he became the oldest actor ever nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the film The Judge.

He was married to Barbara Benjamin, whom he met on set of To Kill a Mockingbird, from 1964 to 1975.

He then wed Gail Youngs in 1982, but they split after for years together. His third marriage was to Sharon Brophy, a dancer, from 1991 to 1995. 

He got married for a fourth time in 2005 to Luciana Pedraza. They are still together now, and they founded the Robert Duvall Children’s Fund in an attempt to assist families in Northern Argentina through renovations of homes, schools, and medical facilities.

Lieutenant Colonel Henry Braymore Blake played by Roger Bowen

Roger Bowen played Lieutenant Colonel Henry Braymore Blake in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie Roger Bowen played Lieutenant Colonel Henry Braymore Blake in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in 1978

Roger Bowen played Lieutenant Colonel Henry Braymore Blake in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie (left) and in 1978 (right)

Other of his acting credits include Tunnel Vision, Heaven Can Wait, The Arsonist, The Main Event, Zapped!, House calls, At Ease, What About Bob?, and more. He sadly died of a heart attack at age 63. He is pictured in The Arsonist in 1975

Other of his acting credits include Tunnel Vision, Heaven Can Wait, The Arsonist, The Main Event, Zapped!, House calls, At Ease, What About Bob?, and more. He sadly died of a heart attack at age 63. He is pictured in The Arsonist in 1975

Roger Bowen hails from Providence, Rhode Island, and was born in May of 1932. He majored in English at Brown University before attending graduate school at the University of Chicago.

He served in Japan for the U.S. Army as a Special Agent in the Counter Intelligence Corps from 1957 to 1958, and he was then sent to Korea. 

His career began as a writer for The Chicago Maroon, where he wrote theater reviews. He then landed a number of TV and radio commercials, before making his movie debut in 1968’s Petulia. 

In 1970, he starred in M*A*S*H as Lieutenant Colonel Henry Braymore Blake. He then went on to land a role in the sitcom Arnie from 1970 to 1972. 

Other of his acting credits include The Brian Keith Show, the parody film Tunnel Vision, 1978’s Heaven Can Wait, The Main Event (alongside Barbara Streisand), Zapped!, House calls, At Ease, What About Bob? (which also starred Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss), and more.

Besides acting, he was also a tournament chess player who participated in several competitions in the ’70s.

He sadly died of a heart attack at age 63 while he was on vacation in Florida in 1996.

Father Francis John Patrick ‘Dago Red’ Mulcahy played by Rene Auberjonois

Rene Auberjonois played Father Francis John Patrick 'Dago Red' Mulcahy in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie Rene Auberjonois played Father Francis John Patrick 'Dago Red' Mulcahy in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in 2018

Rene Auberjonois played Father Francis John Patrick ‘Dago Red’ Mulcahy in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie (left) and in 2018 (right)

After college, Rene, who was born in New York City in 1940, focused his career on theater, making his Broadway debut in 1968 in the plays King Lear, A Cry of Players, and Fire! all in the same year. He is pictured in M*A*S*H with the other cast members

After college, Rene, who was born in New York City in 1940, focused his career on theater, making his Broadway debut in 1968 in the plays King Lear, A Cry of Players, and Fire! all in the same year. He is pictured in M*A*S*H with the other cast members

After M*A*S*H, he landed roles in The Patriot (starring Heath Ledger and Mel Gibson), Batman Forever, 1976's King Kong, Inspector Gadget and more. He is pictured right in The Patriot in 2000, alongside costar Heath Ledger

After M*A*S*H, he landed roles in The Patriot (starring Heath Ledger and Mel Gibson), Batman Forever, 1976’s King Kong, Inspector Gadget and more. He is pictured right in The Patriot in 2000, alongside costar Heath Ledger

Rene Auberjonois was born in New York City in 1940, however, he and his family moved to Paris after World War II. They also spent some years in London, but then moved back to America where they settled in Rockland County, New York. 

He graduated from the Carnegie Institution of Technology in 1962 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.

After college, he focused his career on theater, making his Broadway debut in 1968 in the plays King Lear, A Cry of Players, and Fire! all in the same year.

In 1969, he earned a Tony Award for his performance in the show Coco. He also received Tony nominations for his roles in The Good Doctor, Big River, and City of Angels.

He also famously played Colonel West in the 1991 Star Trek film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. He is pictured during a Star Trek press conference in 1992

He also famously played Colonel West in the 1991 Star Trek film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. He is pictured during a Star Trek press conference in 1992

As for his TV roles, he starred in Benson, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 2004's Boston Legal (pictured), The Practice (for which he received an Emmy nomination), and more

As for his TV roles, he starred in Benson, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 2004’s Boston Legal (pictured), The Practice (for which he received an Emmy nomination), and more

Rene (pictured in 2005) also was a major voice actor - lending his voice to titles like Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Legend of Tarzan, The Little Mermiad, Justice League, Avengers Assemble, Batman: The Animated Series, and others

Rene (pictured in 2005) also was a major voice actor – lending his voice to titles like Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Legend of Tarzan, The Little Mermiad, Justice League, Avengers Assemble, Batman: The Animated Series, and others

He married a woman named Judith Mihalyi in 1963, and they had two children together, named Tessa and Remy. He died in 2019 at age 79 after a battle with lung cancer. He is pictured with his wife in 2006

He married a woman named Judith Mihalyi in 1963, and they had two children together, named Tessa and Remy. He died in 2019 at age 79 after a battle with lung cancer. He is pictured with his wife in 2006

His other Broadway appearances include Twelfth Night, Tricks, Metamorphosis, Dance of the Vampires, and Sly Fox. 

Over the years, he also helped create the American Conservatory Theater in San Fransisco, the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City.  

In M*A*S*H, he played Father Francis John Patrick ‘Dago Red’ Mulcahy. After that, he landed roles in The Patriot (starring Mel Gibson), Batman Forever, 1976’s King Kong, Inspector Gadget and more.

He also famously played Colonel West in the 1991 Star Trek film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

As for his TV roles, he starred in Benson, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Boston Legal, The Practice (for which he received an Emmy nomination), and more. 

He also was a major voice actor – lending his voice to titles like Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Legend of Tarzan, The Little Mermiad, Justice League, Avengers Assemble, Batman: The Animated Series, and others. He also recorded for many video games, including Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.

He married a woman named Judith Mihalyi in 1963, and they had two children together, named Tessa and Remy. He died in 2019 at age 79 after a battle with lung cancer. 

SFC Wade Douglas Vollmer played by David Arkin

David Arkin played SFC Wade Douglas Vollmer in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie

David Arkin played SFC Wade Douglas Vollmer in M*A*S*H. He is pictured in the 1970 movie

After M*A*S*H, he went on to star in the 1966 movie All the President's Men, comedy film Cannonball, CBS's Hawaii Five-O, and more. He is pictured in M*A*S*H alongside Elliott Gould

After M*A*S*H, he went on to star in the 1966 movie All the President’s Men, comedy film Cannonball, CBS’s Hawaii Five-O, and more. He is pictured in M*A*S*H alongside Elliott Gould

David married Anne E. Curry in 1982. He had two other marriages before that - Lynn Gillham from 1965 to 1967, and Deborah Lee Lubin from 1978 to 1981. He died by suicide in 1991 at age 49. He is pictured in the 1977 show A.E.S. Hudson Street

David married Anne E. Curry in 1982. He had two other marriages before that – Lynn Gillham from 1965 to 1967, and Deborah Lee Lubin from 1978 to 1981. He died by suicide in 1991 at age 49. He is pictured in the 1977 show A.E.S. Hudson Street

David Arkin was born in Los Angeles, California in 1941. Before landing the role of SFC Wade Douglas Vollmer in M*A*S*H, he had brief appearances in I Love You, Alice B. Toklas, and Valley of the Dolls.

After M*A*S*H, he went on to star in the 1966 movie All the President’s Men, comedy film Cannonball, CBS’s Hawaii Five-O, and more.

He started a production company with his wife Anne E. Curry, called Old Dime Box Productions, and together they made a movie called Human Cargo: Great Escapes.

Before marrying Anne in 1982, he had two other marriages – Lynn Gillham from 1965 to 1967, and Deborah Lee Lubin from 1978 to 1981. He died by suicide in 1991 at age 49. 

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