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George Womack (1921–1983)

George Womack was born on November 26, 1921 in Port Arthur, Texas, USA. He was an actor, known for Class (1983), Four Friends (1981) and Portrait in Black (1960). He died on May 18, 1983 in Port Arthur. See full bio »


(age 61) in Port Arthur, Texas, USA

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Known For

Class Liquor Store Proprietor
Four Friends
Four Friends Mr. Bellknap
Portrait in Black
Grandview, U.S.A.
Grandview, U.S.A. Mr. Whitewood


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 1982-1984 American Playhouse (TV Series)
Ben Purdy / Mr. Wyneski
- A Matter of Principle (1984) ... Ben Purdy
 1983 Class
Liquor Store Proprietor
 1981 Four Friends
Mr. Bellknap
 1978 The Awakening Land (TV Mini-Series)
Reverend Griffiths
- Part III: The Town (1978) ... Reverend Griffiths
 1960 Portrait in Black

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Other Works:

He acted in Thornton Wilder's play, "Our Town," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Jane MacIver, Tony Mockus, Avril Gentles, directed by George Keathley. See more »

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He was nominated for a 1974 Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play for his performance in "Lenny" at the 11th Street Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. See more »

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