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Also Known As: John Berardino Died: May 19, 1996
Born: May 1, 1917 Cause of Death: pancreatic cancer
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: actor, baseball player

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Young Doctors In Love (1982) Soap Cameo
2.
 Don't Look Back: Story of Lero (1981) Jake Wells
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 Moon Of The Wolf (1972) Dr Druten
5.
 Do Not Fold, Spindle or Mutilate (1971) Lieutenant Hallum
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 Tale of Wells Fargo, A (1956) Harrigan (Guest)
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Appeared in "Our Gang" silent comodies as a child
1939:
Signed to play professional baseball by St. Louis Browns; played second base
1941:
Served in Navy during WWII
1945:
Returned to professional baseball
1948:
Traded to Cleveland Indians; team won 1948 World Series
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Traded to Pittsburgh Pirates
1953:
Injured; abandoned athletic career
1955:
Appeared in an episode of "Superman"
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Television debut in "The New Breed" playing Sgt. Vince Cavelli
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Guest starred on "The Untouchables," "Cain's Hundred" and and "Laramie"
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Appeared on ABC daytime soap "Genearl Hospital" as Dr. Steve Hardy
1981:
Played a coach in television movie "Don't Look Back" about his Cleveland Indians teammate Leroy "Satchel" Paige
1993:
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
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Education

Pasadena Playhouse: Pasadena , California -
University of Southern California: Los Angeles , California - 1936

Notes

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

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wife:
Marjorie Beradino. Former TWA flight attendant. Married in 1971; second wife; survived him.

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daughter:
Toni Beradino. Mother, Beradino's first wife, survived him.
daughter:
Cindy Beradino. Mother, Beradino's first wife, survived him.
daughter:
Katherine Ann Beradino. Survived him.
son:
John Anthony Beradino. Survived him.
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