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Also Known As: Died: June 2, 2008
Born: August 25, 1917 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Elberon, New Jersey, USA Profession: Cast ...
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First stage work with Cape Cod Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts
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Worked as editor at Stephen Day Press in Vermont
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Left publishing upon reaching leading-man status at Cape Cod Playhouse
1938:
First Broadway appearance (as chorus dancer) in "You Never Know"
1940:
Wrote children's book, "Tito's Hats"
1940:
New York stage acting debut in "Kind Lady"
1945:
Film directing debut, "The Girl of the Limberlost"
1945:
Returned to New York; first starring role on Broadway in "Strange Fruit"
1947:
Worked as assistant director to John Ford on "The Fugitive"
1949:
Film acting debut in "Lost Boundaries"
1959:
Directed Audrey Hepburn in "Green Mansions"
1963:
TV directing debut, "The Farmer's Daughter" (episode)
1965:
First film as co-writer (with Jose-Maria Palacio) and producer, "Cabriola/Every Day's a Holiday" (also director)
1973:
Made TV-movie acting debut in two-hour pilot of "Tenafly"
1981:
Starred in the CBS series "Behind the Screen"
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Appeared on the CBS primetime soap opera "Falcon Crest" as Phillip Erikson
1986:
Played Frederick in "Peter the Great" miniseries (NBC)
1987:
Returned to the stage in the revival of "The Best Man" at the Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles

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