Appeared on the religious television program "This Is the Answer" in the episode "The Two Sons" on October 11, 1959. The story was about an honest district attorney whose re-election campaign is hindered by the fact that his two sons work for a known gangster.
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Did You Know?
"I like keeping busy. Satan finds work for idle hands." (from a 1986 "Starlog" interview)
Graduated from Yale and first performed comedy routines in nightclubs before making his bow on stage in the late 1920's. Broadway debut followed in 1930 with the play "Overture", under his original name John Hoysradt. Was a member of the Mercury Theater from 1937 until called up for military service in 1945. Thin-lipped and silver-haired hard-case or villain of many a 1960's or 70's TV episode.