Was an understudy for a 1968 Broadway stage production of "The Great White Hope." Lauter eventually graduated from understudy to actor in a January, 1970 production of this particular play.
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[on Alfred Hitchcock
] He didn't care for Montgomery Clift
. He didn't like the way he'd act one way in the master and a completely different way in the close-ups. He just couldn't match it, you know?
had planned on using him, in 1979, for one of the leads in his latest film, "The Short Night", before it was canceled due to the director's declining health. Hitchcock had earlier directed him in his previous film, Family Plot
Often played unsavory authority figures