In 1966, he starred in an unsold ABC comedy pilot called "Sedgewick Hawk-Styles: Prince of Danger" where he played a bumbling detective in late 19th Century England.
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I had a drag scene in Doris Day
's The Glass Bottom Boat
(1966). An elegant gown. Actually, it was more expensive than any of the ones Doris had to wear. That day that I came in fully dressed and coiffed, I was the belle of the set! Everybody went wild! Doris came over and looked me up and down and told me, 'Oh, I'd never wear anything that feminine.'
When he first went to New York, he lived in an apartment building that housed many other struggling actors. The building had communal kitchens, kitchens shared by all the tenants of a floor. One of the other actors in the building claimed that Lynde used to steal his food from the refrigerator. That actor was a young Marlon Brando