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|Born:||January 11, 1928||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Cincinnati, Ohio, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Born in Cincinnati, Ohio
Raised in Louisville, Kentucky
Served in US Navy during Korean War; assigned to special services entertainment unit
Film debut, "Thunder Road"
New York stage debut, "Whisper to Me"
Appeared in various productions as member of the New York Shakespeare Festival
Played title role, "Baal" on Broadway
Appeared as Burke Devlin on ABC daytime soap "Dark Shadows"
Starred in "Wait Until Dark" on Broadway
Appeared with Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.
First film in 22 years, "Monte Walsh"
Played lead in NBC police drama "Chase" (NBC)
Last film for over a decade, "Two-Minute Warning"
Earliest TV-moive, "The Entertainers" (NBC)
Starred on short-lived primetime soap "Executive Suite" (CBS)
Co-starred as Dr. Blake Simmons on "Having Babies/Julie Farr, M.D." (ABC)
Was Cooper Hawkins on the short-lived "The Chisholms" (CBS)
Series regular on "High Performance" (ABC)
Played Robert McNamara in miniseries "Robert Kennedy and His Times", CBS; also starred in "North and South" miniseries on ABC
First film role in over a decade, "Lethal Weapon"
Played rare comic role, "Hot Shots! Part Deux"
Returned to daytime dramas to play gangster Frank Smith on "General Hospital"
Had regular role of wealthy businessman Edward Montgomery on the ABC sitcom "Dharma & Greg"
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