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David Rounds (1930–1983)

David Rounds was born on October 9, 1930 in Bronxville, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for Love of Life (1951), Child's Play (1972) and Family Reunion (1981). He died on December 9, 1983 in Lomontville, New York. See full bio »

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 1981-1983 Alice (TV Series)
 1982 The Elephant Man (TV Movie)
Lord John
 1981 Burned at the Stake
William Goode
 1981 Family Reunion (TV Movie)
Grover Winfield
 1981 So Fine
Professor McCarthy
 1978 King of the Gypsies
Mr. Kessler
 1977 Ryan's Hope (TV Series)
Monsieur Thibault
- Episode #1.475 (1977) ... Monsieur Thibault
 1976 The Tony Randall Show (TV Series)
Edwin Marden
- Pilot (1976) ... Edwin Marden
 1976 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (TV Series)
The Mortician
- Episode #1.50 (1976) ... The Mortician (credit only)
- Episode #1.46 (1976) ... The Mortician (uncredited)
- Episode #1.45 (1976) ... The Mortician (credit only)
- Episode #1.44 (1976) ... The Mortician (uncredited)
 1975 Beacon Hill (TV Series)
Terence O'Hara
- Pilot (1975) ... Terence O'Hara
 1972 Child's Play
Father Penny
 1951 Love of Life (TV Series)
Philip Holden (1963-1965)
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 1980 The 34th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Himself - Winner: Best Featured Actor in a Play

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He acted in the musical, "Herringbone," at the St. Nicholas Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois. See more »

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When the New York Times published his obituary on December 10th, 1983, it was the first time that a surviving same-sex partner's name had appeared in a New York Times obituary. See more »

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