Merle Travis

Merle Travis

actor, writer, music department

Merle Travis was born on Nov 29, 1917 in USA. Merle Travis's big-screen debut came with I'm from Arkansas directed by Lew Landers in 1944, strarring Musician (uncredited). Merle Travis is known for From Here to Eternity directed by Fred Zinnemann, Burt Lancaster stars as Sgt. Milton Warden and Montgomery Clift as Robert E. Lee Prewitt. Merle Travis has got 3 awards and 3 nominations so far. The most recent award Merle Travis achieved is Country Music Hall Of Fame. The upcoming new movie Merle Travis plays is Honkytonk Man which will be released on Dec 15, 1982.

Merle Travis was born on November 29, 1917 in Rosewood, Kentucky, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for Thank You for Smoking (2005), Joe contre le volcan (1990) and Tant qu'il y aura des hommes (1953). He was previously married to Mary E. Johnson Edwards and Judy Hayden. He died on October 20, 1983 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, USA.

  • Birthday

    Nov 29, 1917
  • Place of Birth

    Rosewood, Kentucky, USA

Known For


3 wins & 3 nominations

Country Music Hall Of Fame
Hall Of Fame
Winner - Commemorative Medallion
Academy of Country Music Awards
Winner - Pioneer Award
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