Appeared on Inside Edition
(1988) in 1995. In the report, he revealed that he had lost most of his money and was living in a small apartment in South Central Los Angeles.
6' 2½" (1.89 m)
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(1966) was] seven of the most fun years of my career. If I had turned down the role, Bruce Geller
was going to ask a blond, blue-eyed Scandinavian. The part had nothing to do with the fact that I was black.
He was a prominent opponent of Proposition 5, the California Clean Indoor Act of 1978, which would have mandated separate smoking & non-smoking sections in public facilities including restaurants & workplaces. He appeared in ads funded by Californians for Common Sense, a group funded by tobacco companies.