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Also Known As: Died: June 8, 1997
Born: October 7, 1924 Cause of Death: stroke
Birth Place: Salem, Oregon, USA Profession: actor, singer

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Generation (1985) Raymond Wilkes
2.
 Sentinel, The (1977) Priest
3.
 1st & 10 (1984) Coach Ernie Dinardo
4.
 Too Good to Be True (1983) Gerald Whitworth
5.
 Contractor, The (1974)
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Served in WWII
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Began career singing at Radio City Music Hall in NYC
1952:
Broadway debut in the Harold Rome musical "Wish You Were Here"
1966:
Appeared in Off-Broadway production of the Chinese comedy "The Butterfly Dream" and "Man With A Load of Mischief"
1976:
Played Daddy Warbucks in premiere production of "Annie" at the Goodseed Opera House
1977:
Reprised role of Warbucks in the Broadway production of "Annie"; shaved his head establishing standard for actors who followed in the role
1983:
Appeared in the revival of "Major Barbara" at the South Coast Repertory Theater in California
1985:
Played coach Ernie Donardo in the HBO comedy series "First and Ten"
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Education

Willamette University: Salem , Oregon -
University of Michigan: Ann Arbor , Michigan -

Notes

Appeared in "My Fair Lady" for eight years in New York and on tour.

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wife:
Mari McMinn. Actor. Married in 1960; divorced in 1964.
companion:
Donovan Baker. Companion of 24 years; survived him.

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