|Also Known As:
Blackie O'Neal, Charles O'Neil
||Died: || August 29, 1996
|Born: || January 6, 1904
||Cause of Death: ||
|| Raeford, North Carolina, USA
novelist, screenwriter, actor, telephone repairman, horse groom, bank clerk
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CAST: (feature film)
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Moved to New York to become an actor; also performed in Southern California and Chicago
Wrote a short story for ESQUIRE; turned to screenwriting after that
Co-writer of "The Seventh Victim"
Wrote "Cry of the Werewolf"
Sole screenwriter for "The Missing Juror"
Screenwriter for "I Love a Mystery"
Wrote "Return of the Badman"
Transformed his book "The Three Wishes of Jaime McRuin", with the help of Abe Burrows and Ralph Blane, into the Broadway musical "Three Wishes for Jaime", starring John Raitt and Anne Jeffreys; ran for 75 performances
Screenwriter for "Lassie's Great Adventure"
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University of Iowa:
Iowa City , Iowa
Georgia Institute of Technology:
A member of the Old Globe Shakespearean Repertory in San Deigo, CA, where in conjunction with his wife, he staged several productions including "Tower Beyond Tragedy" starring Judith Anderson
Patricia O'Neal. Survived him.
Ryan O'Neal. Actor. Survived him.
Kevin O'Neal. Screenwriter. Survived him.
Tatum O'Neal. Actor. Father Ryan O'Neal, mother Joanna Moore; survived him.
Griffin O'Neal. Actor. Father Ryan O'Neal, mother Joanna Moore; survived him.
Patrick O'Neal. Actor. Father Ryan O'Neal, mother Leigh Taylor-Young; survived him.
Redmond James O'Neal. Father Ryan O'Neal, mother Farrah Fawcett; survived him.
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"The Three Wishes of Jamie McRuin"