He acted in Herb Gardner's play, "A Thousand Clowns," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Van Johnson, Nancy Douglas, and Doug Chapin in the cast. Malcolm Black was director.
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[on remaining childless for the first 13 years of marriage]: Paula Prentiss
was always on the pill. We didn't want children. We were too wrapped up in ourselves. We couldn't see that what we were looking for could be found in someone else. Having the baby [Ross Benjamin
] made us grow up. We didn't know anything about babies. It was like waiting for opening night. The doctor told me, 'You won't ...
In the mid-1950s, another actor, Richard Lightner
, also worked under the name of Richard Benjamin and his credits are often erroneously included with those of the better known Richard Benjamin, who first acted professionally in the mid-1960s.