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Also Known As: Died: October 13, 2002
Born: February 15, 1923 Cause of Death: complications of Alzheimer's disease
Birth Place: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA Profession: actor, stage manager

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Legalese (1998) Judge Handley
2.
 Richie Rich's Christmas Wish (1998) Cadbury
3.
 I.Q. (1994) Eisenhower
4.
 Gypsy (1993) Mr Kringelein
5.
 Sliver (1993) Gus Hale
6.
 Lambada (1990) Principal Singleton
7.
 Heaven Can Wait (1978) Oppenheim
8.
 American Hot Wax (1978)
9.
 Rabbit Test (1978)
10.
 Magnificent Magnet of Santa Mesa, The (1977) Mr Undershaft
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Spent three years in the Navy
1947:
Was discovered by Orsen Wells on college campus
1948:
Launched his career by portraying the character Lennox in "Macbeth"
1949:
Worked as a stage manager for Martha Graham Dance Company, Katharine Cornell and Guthrie McClintock
1973:
Made television debut on the dram-turn-television series "The Magician"
1973:
Made feature debut in "Blade"
1978:
Cast in the musical drama "American Hot Wax," which featured actors Jay Leno, Fran Drescher and Tim McIntire
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Protrayed the argumentative character John Allen Hill in "Cheers"
1998:
Endowed a scholarship at the Universityof Utah actors launch their careers
1998:
Co-starred as Herbert Cadbury in the family comedy "Richie Rich's Christmas Wish"
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Education

University of Utah: -

Notes

Curtis donated his Tony Award and 48 boxes of theater memorabilia and personal papers (including a 1961 letter from Nowel Coward) to the University of Utah

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