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Born: February 1, 1928 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Served with US Army Corps of Engineers
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Had first professional stage role in "tent show" tour of "Here Comes Mr. Jordan"
1951:
Film debut in "When Worlds Collide"
1956:
Appeared in 26 episodes of the syndicated series "Highway Patrol"
1958:
Had key role in "Darby's Rangers"
1961:
Earned Academy Award nomination as Best Actor in "The Mark"
1962:
Was in all-star cast of "The Longest Day"
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Starred in the CBS series "Cimarron Strip"
1970:
Made TV-movie debut in "The Man Who Wanted to Live Forever" (ABC)
1978:
Starred in "Harold Robbins' 'The Pirate'" (CBS)
1980:
Played Rev. Jim Johnson in "Guyana, Cult of the Damned"
1990:
Had recurring role on the CBS primetime soap "Knots Landing"
1994:
Made first of several appearances on "Walker, Texas Ranger" (CBS)
1995:
Co-starred in "Wounded Heart" (USA Network)
1998:
Received star number 2,102 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

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