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On A Current Affair Monday, Tracy Grimshaw grilled Don Burke on sexual assault and harassment allegations spanning his 20-year TV career.
But it's what the 70-year-old said, and how he acted while the cameras were off that's truly stuck in Tracy's memory.
In 2010 she won the Arthur Ross award for international commentary from the Academy of American Diplomacy.
According to the 4’3 starlet she and Pastor Troy dated for about 8 months even though her mother and her friends never met nor spotted them together.
Fury (1936) Tracy switched to MGM and was rewarded with his breakthrough role in Fritz Lang’s first American film, an attack on mob rule.
Tracy plays a man wrongly accused of kidnapping who narrowly escapes a small-town lynch mob after they set fire to his jail cell.
Boys Town (1938) Tracy lifted the best actor Oscar for the second year in a row (a feat not repeated until 1994 by Tom Hanks) for his role as the real-life Father Edward J Flanagan who set up a school for wayward boys in Nebraska.
Tracy fit the role of a priest like a glove and although can now be viewed as somewhat sentimental and melodramatic, they are both tremendously affecting in the style that Hollywood and MGM did so well in their golden age, and Tracy’s performances definitely brought a new type of naturalism to screen acting.
San Francisco (1936) In his next film, Tracy played a priest who battles King of Hollywood Clark Gable and mother-nature in the form of the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906 in this lavish early disaster movie that was the biggest hit of the year.After the tense interview wrapped, and they sat there awkwardly, Tracy revealed: 'I think he probably thought [the interview] would have been more sympathetic.''I think he probably would have expected that... We had to go to the core of unpleasantries.'It's clear Tracy's conviction and commitment to getting the truth came as a bit of a surprise to Don.'You know, that's just what we had to do and I think he's enough of a realist that he should have understood that,' Tracy insisted.A versatile actor who excelled in a number of genres, Tracy was nominated nine times for the best actor Oscar, a record matched only by Laurence Olivier.Tracy played down his considerable achievements – his advice to fellow actors was “know your lines and don’t bump into the furniture” but he was the ultimate actor’s actor, the model to which many of his peers aspired, proving that it was possible to be a major film star and a great actor at the same time.