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Born: May 29, 1942 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: actor, director

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Showing a diverse range on stage and usually cast as tough guys and working blokes on TV and film, Conway has been toiling for more than 25 years in all three media, becoming one of those faces people recognize on the street, but whose name may prove elusive. He trained with famed coach Uta Hagen, and scoring his first success in the New York and Stockbridge, MA, production of "When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?" (1973). He Went on to co-star in many prestigious productions including "Of Mice and Men" with James Earl Jones, "The Elephant Man" (as Dr. Treves) and "Other People's Money."

Showing a diverse range on stage and usually cast as tough guys and working blokes on TV and film, Conway has been toiling for more than 25 years in all three media, becoming one of those faces people recognize on the street, but whose name may prove elusive. He trained with famed coach Uta Hagen, and scoring his first success in the New York and Stockbridge, MA, production of "When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?" (1973). He Went on to co-star in many prestigious productions including "Of Mice and Men" with James Earl Jones, "The Elephant Man" (as Dr. Treves) and "Other People's Money."

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  El Sol y la Luna (1987) Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 American Loser (2007)
2.
 Invincible (2006)
3.
 Gods and Generals (2003) Sgt. Buster Kilrain
4.
 Mark Twain (2001) Voice Of Mark Twain
5.
 Black Knight (2001) King Leo
6.
 Two Family House (2000) Jim O'Neary
7.
 Thirteen Days (2000) General Curtis Lemay
8.
 Mercury Rising (1998) Lomax
9.
 Stupids, The (1996) Henchman No 2
10.
 Calm at Sunset (1996) Kelley
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1967:
Stage debut, "The Impossible Years", Denver, CO
1968:
Off-Broadway debut, "Muzeeka", Provincetown Playhouse
1969:
Broadway debut, "Indians"
1971:
Film debut, "Believe in Me"
1973:
First TV pilot "RX for the Defense" (ABC)
1977:
TV-movie debut, "The Deadliest Season" (CBS)
1978:
Co-starred with Sylvester Stallone in "F.I.S.T." and "Paradise Alley"
1979:
PBS miniseries "The Scarlett Letter" as Roger Chillingworth
1980:
Directorial debut, "Mecca"
1983:
Recreated stage role of Dr Frederick Treves in "The Elephant Man" (ABC)
1987:
Co-produced, starred in and directed the independent feature, "The Sun and the Moon"
:
Cast in "Invincible," based on the true story of Eagles football player Vince Papale
1991:
Played Lieutenant Danny Quinn, opposite Michael Keaton in "One Good Cop"
1995:
Cast as Eugene Dred in Sam Raimi's "The Quick and the Dead"
1995:
Cast as the Control Voice in the Showtime series, "The Outer Limits"
1999:
Cast as Seamus O'Reily on the HBO prison drama, "Oz"
2000:
Cast in the political drama, "Thirteen Days"
2003:
Cast in "Gods and Generals," a prequel to the 1993 hit "Gettysburg"
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Education

Dramatic Workshop: -

Notes

Conway frequently does voice-overs for TV and radio commercials

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wife:
Mila Quiros. Actor. Maried on April 15, 1966.

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father:
James John Conway. Mechanic.
mother:
Helen Margaret Conway. Sales representative.

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