The Best George Segal Movies
Over 250 movie fans have come together to cast their votes for the best George Segal movies. From his breakout role in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? to his later comedies, Segal was an actor who captured a wide range of audiences with his diverse roles.
Segal's performances were often praised for their nuance and authenticity - he could make even the most outlandish characters feel believable. He also had a knack for playing off other actors, making him perfect as part of an ensemble or comedic duo.
Fans of Segal will love this list that ranks his best films from top to bottom. It includes some cult classics like Where’s Poppa?, Blume in Love, and Fun with Dick and Jane alongside more well-known titles such as A Touch of Class. No matter what type of movie you're looking for, there's something on this list that'll satisfy your craving for quality entertainment featuring one Hollywood’s favorite leading men: George Segal.
So why not take a look at our rankings and vote up your favorites? And over 250 voters who have taken part to shape this list of the best George Segal movies.
After two British Secret Intelligence Service agents are murdered at the hands of a cryptic neo-Nazi group known as Phoenix, the suave agent Quiller (George Segal) is sent to Berlin to investigate. ...more
- Released: 1966
- Directed by: Michael Anderson