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Also Known As: Died: September 26, 2000
Born: November 13, 1932 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Bronx, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Served in the Navy as a crash rescue man in Pensacola, Florida
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En route to Miami, stopped at a local theater hoping to sell a play; ended up auditioning and getting a role in production of Eugene O'Neill's "Beyond the Horizon"
1960:
Made Broadway acting debut in "All the Way Home", as understudy to Arthur Hill and Tom Wheatley
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Acted in such plays as "Nobody Loves an Albatross", "Never Too Late", "The Mating Game", and "Everybody Out, the Castle Is Sinking"
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Appeared in guest roles during the 1960s in such TV series as "The Defenders", "Route 66", "The DuPont Show of the Month" and "Armstrong Circle Theater"
1963:
Film debut directed by older brother Robert in "Love with a Proper Stranger"
1964:
Portrayed Barbara Barrie's ex-husband in the drama "One Potato, Two Potato"
1966:
Co-starred in Sidney Lumet's "The Group", opposite soon to be second wife Joan Hackett
1966:
Played leading role of Sam Garret, TV cowboy star and offscreen klutz, in the NBC sitcom "The Hero"
1970:
Delivered a strong turn as an unhinged General Custer in "Little Big Man"
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Acted featured role of Jeff Harmon in TV comedy "Diana" (NBC), starring Diana Rigg
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Played panicky patriarch Burt Campbell, one of the leading roles in ABC serial comedy "Soap"; received Emmy Award
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Acted in a number of Blake Edwards feature film comedies during the 1980s, including "S.O.B." (1981), "The Trail of the Pink Panther" (1982), "Micki and Maude" (1984) and "A Fine Mess" (1986)
1983:
Starred as Reggie Potter in the short-lived ABC sitcom, "Reggie"
1987:
Appeared alongside Elizabeth Taylor in the CBS TV-movie "Poker Alice"
1988:
Provided a character voice for the Disney animated film "Oliver & Company"
1988:
Portrayed US Secretary of State William Seward in the NBC miniseries "Gore Vidal's Lincoln"
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Starred as flustered father Harry Weston in NBC comedy series, "Empty Nest"; earned second Emmy Award
1996:
Co-starred in the NBC telecast of "Neil Simon's London Suite"
1997:
Played opposite Olympia Dukakis in the CBS movie romance "Heaven Will Wait"

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