He acted in William Inge's play, "Picnic," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Kim Stanley, Ralph Meeker, Janice Rule, Eileen Heckart, and Arthur O'Connell in the cast.
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[on Marlon Brando
] I've always envied Marlon's talent, which was always so much greater than anybody else's. I feel cheated he hasn't made more films, but I understand his reason. I think he felt that acting was not a manly profession sometimes and sometimes I feel the same way. But with Marlon it's more that he's too good for any of this.
Said he did not want his epitaph to say two things: "Here lies Paul Newman, who died a failure because his eyes turned brown" and "Here lies the old man who wasn't a part of his time." (1960s).
He was known for his wry, puckish sense of humor, mainly off-screen.