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|Also Known As:||Died:||September 11, 1998|
|Born:||February 18, 1913||Cause of Death:||cancer|
|Birth Place:||Brooklyn, New York, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Started acting to finance his law education, following advice from John Garfield
Began acting on the Broadway stage
Was in the original cast of Clifford Odets' "Waiting for Lefty", alongside Garfield
Went to Hollywood to start a film career; adopted stage name Dane Clark; appeared in "Sunday Punch", "The Pride of the Yankees", "Wake Island" and "The Glass Key"
Received critical acclaim for his performance as merchant marine Johnnie Pulaski in "Action in the North Atlantic"
Appeared with Garfield and Cary Grant in "Destination Tokyo"
Starred in the romantic melodrama "The Very Thought of You" with Eleanor Parker and Dennis Morgan
Appeared in the Oscar-winning short "I Won't Play"
Garnered notice for his work in "Hollywood Canteen"
Co-starred in the war dramas "God is My Co-Pilot" and "Pride of the Marines"
Along with luminaries like John Ford, was requested to direct films for the US government
Acted with Bette Davis and Glenn Ford in the feature "A Stolen Life"
Left Warner Bros. to pursue more stage work and overseas film roles
Featured in "Never Trust a Gambler" and "Fort Defiance"
TV debut as regular playing Richard Adams, a legal aid attorney, in the NBC drama series "Justice"
During a performance of "The Shrike" at Los Angeles' Carthay Circle Theatre, co-star Isabel Bonner died of a brian hemorrhage in his arms
Starred in the crime drama "The Man Is Armed" and the Western "Massacre"
Had leading role in the syndicated television series "Bold Venture"
Starred in "Brecht on Brecht" at the Theatre De Lys in Greenwich Village
Guest starred on many television programs in the 1960s and 1970s, including "The Twilight Zone", "Hawaii Five-O", "I Spy", "Police Story", "The Rookies" and "The Mod Squad"
Starred in the Denmark/USA co-production "Dage i Min Fars Hus/In My Father's House"
Starred in the CBS TV-movie thriller "Face of Fear"
Appeared in the telefilm "Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole", starring Susan Hayward
Was a regular on "The New Adventures of Perry Mason" (CBS)
Featured in the ABC disaster movie "Murder on Flight 502"
Featured in the NBC miniseries "Once an Eagle" starring Sam Elliott
Featured in the miniseries "The French Atlantic Affair" (ABC)
Appeared in the syndicated thriller "Condominium"
Final film appearance with Tom Berenger in "Last Rites"
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