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Hurd Hatfield

Hurd Hatfield

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Also Known As: Died: December 25, 1998
Born: December 7, 1917 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in NYC
1939:
Stage acting debut in "The Lower Depths" at Chekhov Studio in England
1939:
Broadway debut, "The Possessed"
1944:
Film acting debut in "Dragon Seed"
1945:
Chosen by Albert Lewin to star in title role of "The Picture of Dorian Gray"
1949:
Returned to Broadway in "The Ivy Green"
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Hosted the ABC series "Hollywood Screen Test"
1955:
Spent a season with the American Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Connecticut
1956:
Last Broadway role, Father Grigoris in "The Lowers"
1961:
Acted role of Pontius Pilate in "King of Kings"
1963:
Earned Emmy nomination for supporting turn as Rothschild in "The Invincible Mr. Disraeli" (an NBC installment of "Hallmark Hall of Fame")
1965:
Portrayed Paul Bern to Carol Lynley's "Harlow"
1968:
Offered memorable turn as a sex deviate in "The Boston Strangler"
1971:
Acted in "Thief", an ABC TV-movie
1975:
Portrayed John Church in "The Rebel" episode of "Benjamin Franklin" (CBS)
1979:
Played book editor Fohall Edwards, a fictionalized version of Maxwell Perkins, in the CBS TV-movie "You Can't Go Home Again"
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Made several guest appearances on "Murder, She Wrote", reteaming with Angela Lansbury
1985:
Had supporting role in biopic "King David"
1986:
Played Old Grandaddy in "Crimes of the Heart"
1988:
Last film (to date) "Her Alibi"
1991:
Had featured role in "Lies of the Twins" (USA Network)

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