2 Interviews |
6' 3" (1.91 m)
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I was married. And I was strict with my marriage. There was no playing around. But there certainly was temptation; that was always there...There was a freedom there and opportunity for a lot of fiddling around, and that did go on. There were times I would go back to my wardrobe to change into my civilian clothes and I would find a note in one of my shoes from one of the gals. I would leave that ...
Studied for a year and a half at the Pasadena Playhouse and was discovered for films while performing in a Los Angeles stage production of "Monterrsat". MGM gave him the lead in the picture Storm Over Tibet
(1952), a movie that had been shelved for decades after the original lead died during filming. They kept the background footage that was done in Europe and decided to complete the film with ...
Deep, resonant voice and tall, dark and handsome presence