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||Died: || May 19, 1996
|Born: || May 1, 1917
||Cause of Death: || pancreatic cancer
|| Los Angeles, California, USA
actor, baseball player
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Appeared in "Our Gang" silent comodies as a child
Signed to play professional baseball by St. Louis Browns; played second base
Served in Navy during WWII
Returned to professional baseball
Traded to Cleveland Indians; team won 1948 World Series
Traded to Pittsburgh Pirates
Injured; abandoned athletic career
Appeared in an episode of "Superman"
Television debut in "The New Breed" playing Sgt. Vince Cavelli
Guest starred on "The Untouchables," "Cain's Hundred" and and "Laramie"
Appeared on ABC daytime soap "Genearl Hospital" as Dr. Steve Hardy
Played a coach in television movie "Don't Look Back" about his Cleveland Indians teammate Leroy "Satchel" Paige
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
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Pasadena , California
University of Southern California:
Los Angeles , California
Received three Best Actor Daytime Emmy nominations for the consecutive seasons of 1973-76. No other actor had appeared in as many episodes of daytime drama.
He was also a writer and had completed a screenplay
Marjorie Beradino. Former TWA flight attendant. Married in 1971; second wife; survived him.
Toni Beradino. Mother, Beradino's first wife, survived him.
Cindy Beradino. Mother, Beradino's first wife, survived him.
Katherine Ann Beradino. Survived him.
John Anthony Beradino. Survived him.
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