Appeared in "The Seagull" on Broadway, 1954.
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[recalling his arrival in Hollywood] I told them I wanted to choose my scripts and my directors myself. "But sweetheart," they said, "you're going to make a lot of mistakes." And I told them, "You don't understand; I want to be free to do so."
Was Elizabeth Taylor
's choice to play her husband, the closeted homosexual Major Weldon Penderton, in Reflections in a Golden Eye
(1967). He died before the film began shooting and was replaced by Marlon Brando
, who at one time was considered his only rival as an attractive leading man who was also a great actor.
Often played emotionally tortured men