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Tony Randall

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Also Known As: Died: May 17, 2004
Born: February 26, 1920 Cause of Death: died of complications from a long illness
Birth Place: Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1941:
Broadway acting debut, "Circle of Chalk"
1942:
Served in US Army
:
Supplied the voice of Reggie, one third of the adventurous trio on the radio series, "I Love a Mystery"
1957:
Feature acting debut, "Oh Men! Oh Women!"
1957:
First starring role, as title character of the feature, "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?"
1959:
Appeared in three Rock Hudson-Doris Day films, the first "Pillow Talk"
1970:
Starred as Felix Unger on TV show, "The Odd Couple"
1976:
Had his own TV program, "The Tony Randall Show"
1981:
Starred in the comedy-drama, "Love, Sidney" and performed the theme song
1991:
Established National Actors Theater on Broadway in the fall, a non-profit acting company to present theatrical classics
1993:
Reunited with series mate Jack Klugman for the feature "The Odd Couple: Together Again"
1996:
Voiced the character Mr. Grimm for "How the Toys Saved Christmas"
1998:
Received a Star on the Hollywood walk of fame
2003:
Cast in the feature "Down With Love"

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