(as Del Clos)
Played defendant David Dellinger
in Chicago's Remains Theatre's 1991 production, The Chicago Conspiracy Trial, whose script was developed by Ron Sossi
and director Frank Condon from transcripts of the actual trial of the Chicago Seven (or Eight) in the wake of the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago. Also in the cast: George
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It's a grim business, this being funny. Every time you come up with a strong satiric idea, the world tops it. None of our reactionary military characters in the past decade could top the real-life line that came out of Vietnam: "We had to destroy the village in order to save it."
Willed his skull to the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, USA, so he could play Yorick in Hamlet, or for any other theatrical use. The skull was handed over on July 1, 1999. However in July 2006, the Chicago Tribune published a story questioning the authenticity of the skull. In October 2006, it was revealed that Del's skull had been cremated with the rest of his body and the skull at the ...