Made his Broadway stage debut in 1948 in a production of "Skipper Next to God" that was directed by Lee Strasberg
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6' 2" (1.88 m)
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Actually, I haven't felt good doing little pieces of anything things unless it was some noble effort. Television in my case hasn't been that "noble effort." For some maybe, but I've never come close to it. I'm happy making a very good living. I don't want anyone to get the wrong idea. Once an actor, etc. I was asked the other day, "How do you get an elephant out of the theater?" You can't. It's ...
Studied acting in New York City at both the New School for Social Research's Dramatic Workshop and the American Theater Wing.