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Also Known As: Richard A Egan Died: July 20, 1987
Born: July 29, 1921 Cause of Death: prostate cancer
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: actor, teacher

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Delivery Method (2004)
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 Sweet Creek County War, The (1978) Judd Firman
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 Amsterdam Kill, The (1978) Ridgeway
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 The Big Cube (1969) Frederick Lansdale
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 The Destructors (1968) Dan Street
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 Chubasco (1968) Sebastian
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 Valley of Mystery (1967) Wade Cochran
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Education

University of San Francisco: San Francisco , California -
Stanford University: Stanford , California -
Stanford University: Stanford , California -

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Richard Egan (July 29, 1921 - July 20, 1987) was an American actor. In some films he is credited as Richard Eagan. Born in San Francisco, California, Egan served in the United States Army as a judo instructor during World War II. A graduate of the University of San Francisco (B.A.) and Stanford University (M.A.). In 1956, he starred in Presley's first film, Love Me Tender, and in 1959 was the male lead opposite Dorothy McGuire in A Summer Place. In 1960, Egan appeared in such films as Pollyanna, Esther and the King. Other noteworthy films include Undercover Girl, Split Second, A View from Pompey's Head,"Voice In The Mirror", about the man who started AA, and The 300 Spartans. During the decade of the 60s, Richard Egan worked extensively in television, starring in the western drama series, Empire from 1962 to 1964. After his series ended, he made guest appearances on other television shows as well as acting in several motion pictures for the big screen plus in films made specifically for television. In 1982 he joined the cast for the new daytime television political drama Capitol. Richard Egan died in Los Angeles, California, on July 20th, 1987, 9 days before his 66th birthday, and was interred in the Holy Cross Cemetery in suburban Culver City, California. Egan was respected within the acting community for having helped a number of young actors get their first break in the film industry.

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