Acted in a 1972 Broadway production of the play "The Love Suicide at Schofield Barracks".
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[on horror films] Horror is a great medium. If it's done with skill and forcefulness, it's as good as film gets. It represents denied or disowned or unacknowledged darkness. That's where nightmares come out, that's where monsters are born. It's fabulous to touch things subliminally in the subconscious, things that have always been there. In a funny way, it's like American sports. If we didn't ...
Manic-eyed American character actor sometimes billed as "John Ryan" who has played dogged cops or tough military, but is better remembered for his streamlined villains that could turn particularly vicious or lethal ("Runaway Train").
Deep, commanding voice