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Throughout his entertainment career as an accomplished actor, Bill Stout graced the silver screen many times. Stout began his career with roles in the Susan Hayward crime adaptation "I Want to Live!" (1958), "The Ugly American" (1963) and "The Best Man" (1964) with Henry Fonda. Later, he acted in "The Candidate" (1972) with Robert Redford, "Sunshine" (CBS, 1973-74) and "The Phantom of Hollywood" (CBS, 1973-74). He also appeared in "The Underground Man" (NBC, 1973-74) and "11th Victim" (CBS, 1979-1980). Later in his career, Stout worked on the William Katt horror flick "House" (1986).

Throughout his entertainment career as an accomplished actor, Bill Stout graced the silver screen many times. Stout began his career with roles in the Susan Hayward crime adaptation "I Want to Live!" (1958), "The Ugly American" (1963) and "The Best Man" (1964) with Henry Fonda. Later, he acted in "The Candidate" (1972) with Robert Redford, "Sunshine" (CBS, 1973-74) and "The Phantom of Hollywood" (CBS, 1973-74). He also appeared in "The Underground Man" (NBC, 1973-74) and "11th Victim" (CBS, 1979-1980). Later in his career, Stout worked on the William Katt horror flick "House" (1986).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 11th Victim (1979) Reporter
2.
 Underground Man, The (1974) Newscaster
3.
 The Phantom of Hollywood (1974) Commentator
4.
 Sunshine (1973) Interviewer
5.
 The Candidate (1972) CBS
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 The Best Man (1964) Himself
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