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Born: April 14, 1930 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1951:
Served in the US Marines during the Korean War
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After military service, moved to NYC; roomed with novelist and former Yale classmate John Knowles (author of "A Separate Peace")
1953:
Professional stage debut, "The Scarecrow"
1953:
TV acting debut on an episode of "Kraft Television Theatre" (NBC)
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Performed in numerous plays with Sharon (CT) Playhouse
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Originated role of Edmund Tyrone in Broadway production of "Long Day's Journey Into Night"; Broadway debut
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Signed to a contract by 20th Century Fox
1958:
Screen acting debut, "A Certain Smile"
1959:
Starred as Artie Straus in "Compulsion"
1961:
Appeared opposite future wife Suzy Parker in "Circle of Deception"
1966:
Debut as TV series regular, "Court-Martial" (ABC); series was filmed in England
1969:
Made TV-movie debut, "Fear No Evil"
1973:
Co-starred in "The Way We Were"
1982:
Was regular on the short-lived ABC drama "King's Crossing"
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Appeared for one season on the CBS primetime soap "Falcon's Crest"
1995:
Authored "Inside the New York Giants"
1997:
Published memoirs, "Are You Anybody?"

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