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momiller ( 2008-04-18 )
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Steve Marlo was born in 1927 in San Fransico, California. Steve and his brother grew up in an orphanage, Steve all the while dreamed of making it big and escaping this cold cruel life. Steve's dreams started to come true when he won the All City Shakespearan contest when he was 16 years old. That is when he decided to give up his quiet life of desperation and make it big in New York City. Steve got work in off Broadway productions and finally got the role he would never forget along side Paul Newman in "Picnic." Picnic went on to win the Pulitzer Prize Drama award in 1953. And then Hollywood came calling. In 1956, Steve cashed in his chips for the bright lights of Hollywood. He starred in memorable films like "The Young Captives" and "Stakeout on Dope Street." He frequently found himself cast as the unforgettable villian. Steve played roles on "Star Trek", "Dynasty" and worked with Karl Malden and Michael Douglas on "The Streets of San Francisco." Steve worked many years as assistant and dialogue coach to all Irwin Allen productions. Steve Marlo is now retired and living in Seattle with his family. Steve is in the process of opening an acting school in Seattle - Seattle Actors Company.
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