He acted in Reginald Rose's play, "Twelve Angry Men," at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, New Jersey with James Rebhorn and Larry Bryggman in the cast. David Saint was director.
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[on his show Quincy M.E.
(1976)]: We were the first CSI. All these other shows just took what we did and made it bloodier and sexier. Our show was actually about something, we had a message and a moral. You can't compare gold to tin foil. I was a one man CSI.
As a film character actor, Klugman was the epitome of the everyman. He was one of the pioneers of television acting in the 1950s and is best remembered for his 1970s television work as Oscar Madison on The Odd Couple
(1970) and as the medical examiner on Quincy M.E.