His credits at Toronto's Hart House Theatre include: Wally in "The Male Animal" (1952) and Shakespeare's "The Tempest".
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6' 4" (1.93 m)
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Frank Lloyd Wright
designed the house I was living in. From what I understood, he was having an affair with the wife of the man he was designing the house for. That man was very tall. So Wright, short and vain, designs the house in such a way that a tall person couldn't live in it without severe cranial damage. I hit my head *all* the time.
Grew up in the town of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, where he also graduated from high school.
Towering height and slender frame