Co-author, with his wife Mila, of 100 scripts for "The Secret Storm"
(1954) for CBS between 1964 and 1966.
In summer stock, he appeared as "Michael" in a production of "The Male Animal", starring Henry Fonda
In 1967, he played the narrator in a special, abbreviated version of "Man of La Mancha", starring Richard Kiley
, that was performed at the White House for President Lyndon Johnson
. There is no narrator in the full-length version of the play; his function was to bridge the cut scenes.
A stage actor in the 1950s, he made his Broadway debut
as Lt. Joe Connors in "Time Limit" (1956) and later appeared on Broadway
as Charlie in "Uncle Willie" (1957). In 1958 he was the standby for the role of Shep Stearns in "The Disenchanted." He played Alan in the National Company of "Picnic" in 1954.
A preeminent and ubiquitous radio and television spokesman for hundreds of sponsors and products, he has been at various times the voice of Maxwell House Coffee, American Airlines, Xerox, Proctor & Gamble, Ford, Uniroyal, McDonald's, H&R Block (12 years), and Brooklyn Union Gas (16 years).
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