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Born: December 30, 1934 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Discovered at age ten by Lloyd Bridges
1945:
Landed stage debut at age ten in "Stone Jungle"
1948:
Made film debut in Joseph Losey's "The Boy With Green Hair," his first appearance with fellow child actor Dean Stockwell
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Made first TV appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" as a child
1954:
Demonstrated acrobatic dancing skills in his first musical Stanley Donen's "Seven Brides For Seven Brothers"
1956:
Cast in first film-starring role in "The Young Guns"
1957:
Nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his performance in the popular melodrama "Peyton Place"
1961:
Co-starred as Riff in Robert Wise's hit musical "West Side Story"
1963:
Made last significant appearance in a major Hollywood release for three decades in Wise's "The Haunting"
1964:
Cast in last significant appearance in a big-budget release, the international co-production "The Long Ships" starring Richard Widmark and Sidney Poitier
1970:
Starred in his first feature for exploitation producer-director Al Adamson, "Satan's Sadists"
1971:
Appeared briefly in Dennis Hopper's disastrous "The Last Movie"
1982:
Made feature screenwriting debut, co-writing with Neil Young, Dean Stockwell, Jeanne Fields and James Beshears in) "Human Highway"; directed by Young under a pseudonym (also acted)
1989:
Portrayed Dr. Lawrence Jacoby, a recurring character on the cult TV series "Twin Peaks"
1989:
Guest-starred on the sci-fi drama "Quantum Leap," co-starring Stockwell
1991:
Appeared as an interview subject on the Cinemax documentary "Dennis Hopper: Crazy About the Movies"
1992:
Made TV-movie debut on HBO romantic comedy "Running Mates"
2000:
Guest-starred on daytime series "General Hospital"
2004:
Landed a three-episode arc on CBS drama "Joan of Arcadia"
2010:
Appeared on the British series "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret"
2011:
Acted opposite Ryan Gosling in the action film "Drive"

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