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||March 27, 2011
||July 1, 1925
||Cause of Death:
||San Jose, California, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Made screen debut in "The North Star"
Served in the armed forces
Returned to the screen for Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope"
Starred in the Hitchcock classic "Strangers on a Train"
Made musical debut in "Small Town Girl"
Began appearing on TV in "Schlitz Playhouse of the Stars"
Made TV-movie debut in "The Challengers"
Appeared as regular on ABC daytime drama "One Life to Live"
Starred Off-Broadway in "Tally & Son"
Appeared as regular on CBS daytime drama "As the World Turns" as Eileen Fulton's husband
Was one of the interviewees for the documentary "The Celluloid Closet"
Returned to screen acting with role in "The Next Big Thing" (lensed 2000; not to be confused with the Madonna-Rupert Everett movie of the same name)
Appeared in the first London production of Noel Coward's play "Semi-Monde", about a group of sophisticates who mingle at the cocktail bar of the Ritz Hotel