|Also Known As: ||
||November 10, 1997
||March 4, 1916
||Cause of Death:
||complications from heart disease
||Delmar, Delaware, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Acted in semi-professional groups; with Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre as actor, stage manager
Assistant producer with the Mercury Theatre radio series
Film acting debut (also dialogue director), "Citizen Kane"
Served in US Air Force during World War II
Produced for Universal Pictures; first film as producer, "The Black Castle"
Produced first TV show, "World of Giants"
Sole directing credit (also producer), "Look in Any Window"
Returned to acting with feature, "Verites et Mesonges"