Won National Junior Springboard Championship.
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5' 7" (1.7 m)
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[interviewed in March, 1980] The character actor's struggle for survival is a bitch today. There was a time when people like me would have been approached, at least, to be under contract to the studio and farmed out picture by picture. It's true that a man like myself does not know after this movie--this may be the last movie I ever do in my life. I have no assurance.
Did an episode of the The Dick Van Dyke Show
(1961) called "Baby Fat" in which he portrayed a playwright based on Tennessee Williams
in 1965. Fifteen years later while hosting Saturday Night Live
(1975), he admitted during the monologue that because of that part, many times he was actually mistaken for the famous playwright.
Often played grimy, unlikeable villains