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|Also Known As:||Died:||April 7, 2007|
|Born:||April 16, 1920||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||San Francisco, California, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Entered features directly after college; soon appeared in three films
First significant supporting role "Shadow of the Thin Man"
First feature lead, "Undercover Maisie" with Ann Sothern
Broadway debut, "Light Up the Sky"
Acted on Broadway in "The Rat Race"
Appeared in the hit Broadway comedy "The Moon is Blue"
TV debut, a guest spot on the NBC live drama anthology series "The Chevrolet Tele-Theater"
Appeared on the ABC anthology series "Pulitzer Prize Playhouse"
TV series debut, starred as undercover G-man Bart Adams on "The Hunter", a Cold Way spy series on CBS and in syndication
Starred in the CBS sitcom "My Favorite Husband"
Played an American James Bond in a TV adaptation of Ian Fleming's "Casino Royale" on the dramatic anthology series "Climax!"
Supported Ginger Rogers playing an eccentric inventor in the Western comedy, "The First Traveling Saleslady"
Starred on Broadway in Jean Kerr's sex comedy "Mary-Mary"
Reprised his Broadway role in the film of "Mary-Mary" opposite Debbie Reynolds"
Appeared on Broadway in the hit comedy "Cactus Flower" (date approximate)
TV-movie debut, "The Borgia Stick", a crime drama
Starred in the busted sitcom pilot "Heaven Help Us" on CBS's "Vacation Playhouse"
Co-starred wth Janet Leigh in the unsold CBS comedy pilot "My Wives Jane"
Directed by Martin Scorsese in "The Act", a Broadway musical starring Liza Minelli; garnered a Tony nod for "Outstanding Performance By An Actor In A Broadway Musical"
Acted opposite Jack Nicholson in a small role in "The Shining"
Last film appearance, "Island Claws/Night of the Claw"
Performed in the national company of "42nd Street"
Performed in the Broadway company of "42nd Street"
Acted in a L.A. revival of "Light Up the Sky"
Starred in the national company of the comedy "Lend Me a Tenor"
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