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Also Known As: Died: September 22, 1999
Born: October 18, 1927 Cause of Death: ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm
Birth Place: Wise, Virginia, USA Profession: Cast ...
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MILESTONES

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Moved with father to Michigan after mother's death
1945:
Served four years in the Marine Corps.
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Performed in over 150 productions in summer stock and with regional theaters
1957:
New York stage debut as "Richard III", New York Shakespeare Festival
1958:
TV acting debut, "I Haven't Seen Her Lately" (episode of "Kraft Mystery Theater")
1959:
Screen debut in "The Hanging Tree"
1961:
Founded the Theatre of Michigan Company (with Theodore Mann)
1962:
Broadway producing debut,"Great Day in the Morning" (starring Colleen Dewhurst)
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Starred in TV series, "East Side, West Side"
1965:
London stage debut, "The Three Sisters"
1967:
Dropped out of directing "Dr Cook's Garden" on Broadway before first preview
1970:
TV directing debut (also star), "The Andersonville Trial"
1972:
Screen directorial debut, "Rage"
1975:
Screen producing debut (also director) "The Savage is Loose"
1975:
Broadway directorial debut, "Death of a Salesman" (also star)
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Starred in TV series, "Mr. President"
1990:
Suffered heart attack
1996:
Withdrew from the Broadway production of "Inherit the Wind" over health problems
1997:
Co-starred in the small screen remake of "12 Angry Men"
1999:
Appeared opposite Jack Lemmon in Showtime remake of "Inherit the Wind"

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