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Born: July 31, 1929 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Hollywood, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1947:
Appeared in summer stock productions in New York, Delaware and Connecticut
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Made Broadway debut in Tennessee Williams' "The Rose Tattoo"
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Worked with a religious organization in Europe resettling refugees and orphans in lieu of military service
1956:
Feature film debut as Bo opposite Marilyn Monroe in "Bus Stop"
1958:
Early TV work included productions of "The Hasty Heart" and "Billy Budd"
1961:
Made screenwriting and producing debut with "The Hoodlum Priest"; also starred
1964:
Was regular panelist on "Made in America" (CBS)
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TV series debut as regular, "The Outcasts" (ABC)
1969:
Wrote, produced and starred in "Childish Things"
1970:
Feature film directorial debut, "The Cross and the Switchblade"; also wrote screenplay
1974:
Co-starred with Connie Stevens in ABC TV-movie "The Sex Symbol", loosely based on the life of Marilyn Monroe
1977:
Wrote and directed "Damien/Damien's Island" (never released)
1977:
Returned to Broadway as co-star of long-running hit comedy "Same Time, Next Year"
1978:
Appeared in the national tour of Neil Simon's "California Suite"
1979:
Toured as Billy Flynn in the musical "Chicago"
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Co-starred as Sid Fairgate on the CBS primetime soap "Knots Landing"
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Co-starred with Barbara Eden in the limited series "Brand New Life" (NBC)
1990:
Last feature film to date, "Ghosts Can't Do It"
1991:
Featured in the short-lived series "Sons and Daughters" (CBS)

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