|Date of Birth||22 February 1911 , Boston, Massachusetts, USA|
|Date of Death||26 April 1983 , Los Angeles, California, USA (cerebral hemorrhage)|
|Birth Name||Vaughn Everett Taylor|
Mini Bio (1)
Vaughn reserved his best for the small screen, where he showed his versatility in genial or waspish roles, often as doctors, judges and bankers. He was capable of portraying benevolence as easily as taking on the mantle of greedy or corrupt attorneys, or second-string grifters (his repertoire even included vicious real-life gangster, George 'Pa' Barker, in an episode of The Untouchables (1959)). Among his numerous TV credits, his four journeys into Twilight Zone (1959) stand out in particular.
Severe spinal deterioration brought about Vaughn's retirement from acting in 1976. His wife of many years, Ruth Moss, a fellow graduate of the Leland Powers School, was a noted Boston radio personality and Broadway actress.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: I.S.Mowis
|Ruth Moss||(? - 26 April 1983) (his death)|