Appeared (as "Lt. Lenny Archer"; Broadway debut) in "Kiss and Tell" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by F. Hugh Herbert
. Scenic Design by John Root. Press Representative: Phyllis Perlman. Production Assistant: Judith Abbott. Directed / produced by George Abbott
. Biltmore Theatre (moved to The Bijou Theatre from 1 Jan 1945-9 Jun ...
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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[In a 1971 N.Y. Times interview] I don't care how well known an actor is - he can still live a normal life, if he wants to. I still believe it. That's the trouble with actors. If they're not recognized, they think it's all over.
Director Henry Hathaway
thought Widmark's high forehead looked too intellectual to play Tommy Udo in Kiss of Death
(1947), so he had the young actor wear a hairpiece for his screen test.