Appeared (as "Willy Loman") in Arthur Miller
's "Death of a Salesman" on Broadway. Drama (revival).
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George Campbell Scott
6' (1.83 m)
Did You Know?
Film is not an actor's medium. You shoot scenes in order of convenience, not the way they come in the script, and that's detrimental to a fully developed performance. There's the terrible tedium and boredom involved in waiting around for the camera to be set up, and then you have to turn on and off when they do the scene over again. When you see the rushes is the first time you begin to judge ...
Although he refused the Oscar he won for Patton
(1970), he accepted the Emmy he won for his performance in the Hallmark Hall of Fame
(1951) 1971 production of Arthur Miller
's "The Price", saying that he felt that the Emmy Awards were a more honest appreciation of an actor's work.
Often played doctors or police officials