He acted in John Herbert's play, "Fortune and Men's Eyes," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Peter Marinker, Louis Negin, Robert Howay, George Margo, and Carl Oatley in the cast. Charles Marowitz was director.
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The son of an Italian-American shoemaker and amateur actor. Graduated in commercial art from Kent State University, Ohio. From the early 1960's, became a regular performer on the London stage and in British television shows. This included many guest spots on popular series like "The Prisoner" and "Department S", as well as a recurring part in the satirical "That Was the Week That Was" (which he ...