George Hamilton from "Stewarts & Hamiltons" stars in the E! Entertainment reality docu-series.

George Hamilton is a renowned actor from Hollywood's Golden Age, a notorious ladies' man, and a father of two polar opposite sons, George Jr. and Ashley. In addition, George Hamilton also serves as a second father figure for Alana's children with Rod Stewart with whom he is close friends. While trying to settle down with the right woman is one of George's top priorities, he is also working on his relationship with his son Ashley, and considers raising 15-year-old George Jr. as his second shot at parenting.

Hamilton has been a Hollywood icon for more than four decades. On screen, Hamilton's most memorable roles include playing a comedic Dracula in "Love at First Bite," which he also executive produced, and a dual role as Zorro and his long-lost twin brother in "Zorro, the Gay Blade," which he produced. Hamilton earned Golden Globe nominations for Best Actor in a Comedy for both films. He also appeared in such films as Woody Allen's "Hollywood Ending," Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather, Part III," "Doc Hollywood" with Michael J. Fox, "8 Heads in a Duffel Bag," and "Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles." In addition, Hamilton co-starred with Joe Mantegna and Danny Aiello in "Off Key," a comedy about three of the world's greatest tenors.

Hamilton made his feature film debut while still in his teens in 1958's "Crime & Punishment, USA." Two years later, he appeared in three major films: Vincente Minnelli's "Home from the Hill," "All the Fine Young Cannibals" with Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood, and the classic "Where the Boys Are," in which he starred opposite Yvette Mimieux. That same year, Hamilton won a Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer. His long list of subsequent film credits includes "By Love Possessed," "Light in the Piazza," "Two Weeks in Another Town," "Your Cheatin' Heart," "Viva Maria!," "Doctor, You've Got to Be Kidding," "A Time for Killing," "Evil Knievel," "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" and "Once Is Not Enough."

Hamilton is also a familiar face to television audiences for his work in both series and long-form projects, including the heralded miniseries "Roots" and a regular role on the series "Dynasty." Other television credits include "Columbo: A Deadly State of Mind," "The Strange Possession of Mrs. Oliver," Killer on Board," "The Users," "The Seekers," "Vanished," "The House on Sycamore Street," "Hart to Hart: Till Death Do Us Hart," "Rough Riders," "P.T. Barnum" and the BBC's presentation of "A Farewell to Arms" and "Birds of a Feather." Recent guest appearances include "Hot in Cleveland," "Pushing Daisies" and "Las Vegas."

Onstage, Hamilton made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning musical "Chicago," playing the sleazy lawyer Billy Flynn. His run broke box-office records and was extended for six weeks to meet ticket demand. He also starred opposite Joan Collins in the San Francisco engagement of A.R. Gurney's "Love Letters."

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Age: 77 years old
Birthday: August 12, 1939
Height: 6' 1"
Full Name / Real Name: George Stevens Hamilton
Birthplace: Memphis, TN

Hollywood Royalty Headlines 'Stewarts & Hamiltons' — Premiering Sunday, July 26, the new E! reality docu-series will follows the blended families of Alana Stewart - including her children Kimberly Stewart, Ashley Hamilton and Sean Stewart - and her ex-husband turned best friend George Hamilton. Read more...

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