Appeared (as "Prof. Henry Higgins") in "My Fair Lady" at the Muny Opera House, St. Louis, MO.
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6' 4" (1.93 m)
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[about his choice to go ahead with open heart surgery in January, 1986, despite the risk of losing his job on Dallas
(1978)] There is always another part. But there is only one life!
Originally scheduled to portray Franklin D. Roosevelt
in "Sunrise at Campobello," a case of pneumonia forced him to abandon the role before it got to Broadway. Ralph Bellamy
replaced him and won numerous awards, including the Tony. Keel played the role eventually on tour.
During his UK concert tours in the 1980s and 90s, had a habit of checking his watch (wrist or pocket) during his performances to ensure he was on schedule.