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Bert Remsen

Bert Remsen

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Also Known As: Died: April 22, 1999
Born: February 25, 1925 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Glen Cove, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1943:
Served with the US Navy during WWII; was decorated with a Purple Heart
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While studying at the Neighborhood Playhouse, acted on Broadway in supporting roles with Mae West in her revival of her play "Diamond Lil", and also in "The Rainmaker", which starred Geraldine Page and Darren McGavin
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Also acted in early New York-based TV, including the anthology drama programs, "Playwrights '56" and "Kraft Theatre"; one of most notable appearances was in the acclaimed presentation, "Bang the Drum Slowly" (1956), which starred Paul Newman and aired on the "U.S. Steel Hour"
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Acted in touring stage shows in the later 1950s, including "The Rainmaker" in Chicago and "Finian's Rainbow" in the South and in Puerto Rico; then settled in Hollywood
1959:
Feature film debut, "Pork Chop Hill"
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Was severed injured in an accident while on the set of a TV series in 1964 and, with occasional exceptions, spent much of the next decade-plus working as a top casting agent
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Worked as a casting director for Quinn Martin Productions' ABC drama series, "The F.B.I." (1965-1974), for other Quinn Martin projects, and for MGM Television, Lorimar and Spelling-Goldberg Productions
1970:
First film with director Robert Altman, "Brewster McCloud"
1971:
First TV-movie, "If Tomorrow Comes"
1974:
Feature film credits began to pick up again
1976:
Debut as TV series regular: played the role of Pell, the city editor, on the short-lived NBC serial drama, "Gibbsville"
1978:
First TV miniseries, "The Awakening Land"
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Played Mario on the ABC sitcom, "It's a Living"
1987:
Played recurring role of 'Dandy' Dandridge on one season of the CBS primetime serial drama, "Dallas"
1990:
Played Daddy in "Daddy's Dyin'...Who's Got the Will"
1992:
Last of eight films with Robert Altman, a cameo appearance as himself alongside brother Guy
1999:
Appeared in "Forces of Nature"

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