Co-starred with Jock Gaynor
in a pilot called "The Jay Hawkers" about two Kansans who wander the West.
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[Explaining the longevity of his career] Passion and ambition. I remember when I was 10 years old, my mother took me to see Wuthering Heights
(1939), and I saw Laurence Olivier
on the screen. And I said to myself, "I will never do anything else in my life but that. I want to be an actor." That film changed my life as well.
Great-great-grandnephew of President Millard Fillmore.
Plays dashing, debonair, suave and refined gentlemen. They are often wealthy, well-to-do doctors or CEOs.