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Also Known As: Died: December 24, 2012
Born: April 27, 1922 Cause of Death: Prostate Cancer
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Worked various menial jobs while training at the American Theatre Wing
1949:
Made stage debut in the Equity Library Theatre production of "Stevedore"
1952:
Made Broadway debut in revival of "Golden Boy"
1955:
Understudied in "Mister Roberts"; took over the doctor's role
1956:
Feature debut, "Timetable"
1957:
Cast as Juror No. 5 in Sidney Lumet's "12 Angry Men"
1959:
Originated role of the soft-hearted theater agent Herbie in Broadway production of "Gypsy"
1963:
Made guest appearance on "Blacklist" episode of "The Defenders" (CBS)
1965:
Starred on stage in Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple" on tour and stock
1970:
Played sloppy sports writer Oscar Madison opposite Tony Randall's Felix Unger on "The Odd Couple" (ABC)
1976:
Starred as a tough-minded medical examiner on long-running series "Quincy, M.E." (NBC)
1986:
Starred with John Stamos on short-lived sitcom "You Again?" (NBC)
1992:
Starred with Randall in a one night all-star benefit production of "The Odd Couple" in Los Angeles, CA
1993:
Reprised role of Oscar Madison for CBS TV movie "The Odd Couple: Together Again"
1995:
Directed "Asphalt," a play by son Adam Somers in Los Angeles
1996:
Last film appearance for nine years, "Dear God"
1997:
Again acted opposite Tony Randall in Broadway revival of "The Sunshine Boys"
1998:
Played Willy Loman in Burbank, CA production of "Death of a Salesman"
2005:
Published <i>Tony And Me: A Story of Friendship</i>, about his real-life friendship with co-star Tony Randall
2005:
Returned to feature films in Jewish comedy "When Do We Eat?"
2010:
Final film appearance, "Camera Obscura"

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