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  • (9/23/42) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 13 "A Passage to Beneris". Character: "Henry Pagioli"
  • (1931) Stage Play: Two Seconds. Tragedy. Written by Elliott Lester. Staged by Egon Brecher. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Ritz Theatre: 9 Oct 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/49 performances). Cast: Blythe Daly, Dale Dardner, Preston Foster (as "Bud Clark"), Joe Graham, William Green, Edna Howard, Harold Huber (as "Tony Scafidi"), Leonard Jerome, J. Gordon Kelly, Joseph A. Kramm (as "Student"), James Marr, Rhea Martin, Gordon McCracken, Katherine McHugh, Frank Miller, Victor Morgan, Edward Pawley (as "John Allen"), Harold Shackman, Phil M. Sheridan (as "A Bookie"), Paul Stewart (as "1st Reporter/2nd Detective") [Broadway debut], Ann Williams. Produced by Irving Lande and William Stephens.
  • (1941) Stage: Appeared (as "A Newspaperman") in "Native Son" on Broadway. (1941). Drama. Written by Paul Green and Richard Wright. Based on the novel by Richard Wright. Scenic Design by James Morcom. Directed by Orson Welles. St. James Theatre: 24 Mar 1941-28 Jun 1941 (114 performances). Cast: Jacqueline Ghant Andre (as "A Neighbor"), Frances Bavier (as "Peggy"), John Berry (as "Reporter"), C.M. Bootsie Davis (as "Ernie Jones"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Buckley, D.A."), Eileen Burns (as "Miss Emmett"), Anne Burr (as "Mary Dalton"), Ray Collins (as "Paul Max, Attorney for the Defense"), Evelyn Ellis (as "Hannah Thomas"), Nell Harrison (as "Mrs. Dalton"), Canada Lee (as "Bigger Thomas"), William Malone (as "Judge"), Helen Marten (as "Vera Thomas"), Rena Mitchell (as "Clara"), Joseph Pevney (as "Jan Erlone"), J. Flashe Riley (as "Jack "), Don Roberts (as "A Newspaper Man "), Stephen Roberts (as "A Newspaper Man"), Erskine Sanford (as "Mr. Dalton"), Wardell Saunders (as "Gus Mitchell"), Everett Sloane (as "Britten"), Rodester Timmons, Lloyd Warren, George Zorn (as "A Newspaper Man"). Produced by Orson Welles and John Houseman. Associate Producer: Bern Bernard.
  • Radio: Appeared (as "Johnny Ace") in the comedy series "Easy Aces".
  • (1938) Radio: Appeared in the Orson Welles Mercury Theater production of H.G. Wells' "War of the Worlds".

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