Appeared in "The Value of Narnes" by James Sweet
. George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ.
1 Print Biography |
1 Interview |
6 Articles |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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[on what made Quincy M.E.
(1976) a hit] Quincy was a muckraker, like Upton Sinclair
, who wrote about injustices. He was my ideal as a youngster, my author, my hero. Everybody said, "Quincy' will never be a hit.". I said, "You guys are wrong. He's two heroes in one, a cop and a doctor". A coroner has power. He can tell the police commissioner to investigate a murder. I saw the opportunity to do ...
Was no stranger to hard times from birth: as a child he had been made to work as a street peddler, and during especially lean stints in his early acting career he would sell his blood for $5 a pint.