Appeared in "Something About A Soldier" on Broadway. Ambassador Theatre.
1 Biographical Movie |
4 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
5' 8" (1.73 m)
Did You Know?
[Explaining why he believed he lost an important role in Lawrence of Arabia
(1962) (which filmed in Jordan), after completing work on Exodus
(1960)] I lost because I had appeared in a pro-Jewish picture, played a sympathetic Jewish boy, and shot four Arabs.
Mineo longed to be a movie director, and he directed the 1969 Los Angeles production of the prison drama Fortune and Men's Eyes
(1971). The play, which deals with homosexuality, had premiered in Ontario in 1965 and then opened in New York Off-Broadway in 1967 and had run for a year. In addition to directing, Mineo played the role of Rocky, a prison bully, who rapes a naive young prisoner, Smitty ...