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David Ford (I) (1925–1983)


David Ford was born on October 30, 1925 in La Jolla, California, USA. He was an actor, known for Dark Shadows (1966), 1776 (1972) and Search for Tomorrow (1951). He was married to Nancy Barrett. He died on August 7, 1983 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Dark Shadows
Dark Shadows Sam Evans / Andre du Pres / Ghost of Sam Evans
(1966-1968)
1776
1776 Congressional President John Hancock (MA)
(1972)
Search for Tomorrow
Search for Tomorrow Karl Devlin (1972-1973)
(1951)
Love of Life
Love of Life Unknown (Year Unknown)
(1951)

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 1970 Loving
Al
 1959 Middle of the Night
Paul Kingsley
 1956 The Edge of Night (TV Series)
Unknown (Year Unknown)
 1951 Love of Life (TV Series)
Unknown (Year Unknown)
 1951 Search for Tomorrow (TV Series)
Karl Devlin (1972-1973)
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 1972 1776 (performer: "Cool, Cool, Considerate Men")
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 1968 The Man Who Makes the Difference (Documentary short)
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A character actor who didn't usually appear in musicals, Ford originated the role of John Hancock in the Broadway production of 1776 and later played John Dickinson. Other notable New York stage credits included A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS on Broadway and Harold Pinter's THE TEA PARTY. See more »
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Died of a heart attack in 1983 in NYC at the age of 58. See more »

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Scorpio

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