George Nader is among the most fabulous on-screen characters to have acted in Hollywood. He was a capable on-screen character just as a practiced creator. Conceived in Pasadena, California Nader knew since the beginning that his advantages lay in acting. With this impact he moved on from the Occidental College with Bachelors in Theater Expressions.
George Nader began his acting vocation in 1947 in the wake of coming back from the war. His first on screen appearance was in ‘Rustlers on Horseback’ created by Republic Pictures. In any case, the distinct advantage in Nader’s life accompanied ‘Robot Monster’ in 1953. He played the character on Roy in this film. Eventhough this motion picture is perceived for its camp qualities and one of the most exceedingly terrible screenplays, it proceeded to make millions on the movies.
Nader was gotten by Universal where he acted in a progression of motion pictures running from back and white to Technicolor. Tragically for him, Universal Studios had numerous other strong entertainers when Nader was enlisted. Tony Curtis, Rock Hudson and Jeff Chandler are a portion of the appearances to name.
Nader quite often got second fiddle where motion picture jobs were concerned. He showed up in many supporting jobs to different stars in motion pictures like ‘Sins of Jezebel’, ‘Four Guns to the Border’ and ‘Miss Robin Crusoe’.
In any case, he got featuring jobs in motion pictures which were turned somewhere near Jeff Chandler like ‘The Second Greatest Sex’ and ‘Woman Godiva of Coventry’. Amid his whole movie vocation, George Nader never looked down on showing up on TV.
He consistently showed up on TV indicates like ‘The Loretta Young Show’, ‘Trademark Hall of Fame’, ‘Schlitz Playhouse of Stars’, ‘The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse’ and ‘Lux Video Theater’.
In mid 70s George Nader moved to Europe to maintain a strategic distance from an embarrassment which included him being a gay. He showed up in a progression of German motion pictures and before long turned into a heartthrob abroad. His character ‘Jerry Cotton’ who was an American FBI specialist got 8 motion pictures made in an establishment.
Around 1974, Nader met with an auto crash which made extreme harm his eyes. He couldn’t work under splendid lights any longer and needed to stop acting in films.