He was the son of an auto mechanic and a telephone operator who divorced when he was eight years old. He failed to obtain parts in school plays because he couldn't remember lines. After high school he was a postal employee and during WW II served as a Navy airplane mechanic. After the war he was a truck driver...See full bio »
The Hollywood Musical
(performer: "Louise" - uncredited, "On the Good Ship Lollipop" - uncredited, "Thanks for the Memory" - uncredited, "'S Wonderful" - uncredited, "Shadow Waltz" - uncredited)
I love to smoke. I keep hoping someone will discover it's a healthy habit because the smoke kills all the germs in your system. I love to drink, and I hate exercise. I don't mind going out on the side of a hill and chopping down a tree, but I hate organized exercise. I built a gym in my house but I never use it. I don't even like to walk through it.
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Was in talks, with Doris Day and Tony Randall, for a Pillow Talk sequel at the time he was diagnosed was AIDS. The story reportedly would have him and Doris Day's character being married and dealing with their daughter's upcoming marriage to Tony Randall's son.
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