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G. Wood (1919–2000)

G. Wood was born on December 31, 1919 in Forrest City, Arkansas, USA as George Wood. He was an actor, known for Harold and Maude (1971), MASH (1970) and Brewster McCloud (1970). He died on July 24, 2000 in Macon, Georgia, USA. See full bio »


(age 80) in Macon, Georgia, USA

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Known For

Harold and Maude
Harold and Maude Psychiatrist
MASH Brig. Gen. Hammond
Brewster McCloud
Brewster McCloud Det. Capt. Crandall
Bank Shot
Bank Shot Andrew Constable


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 1989 False Witness (TV Movie)
Defense Attorney (as George Wood)
 1984 Tightrope
Conventioneer (as George Wood)
 1983 American Playhouse (TV Series)
Moses / Conveener
- The Skin of Our Teeth (1983) ... Moses / Conveener
 1976 Holmes and Yo-Yo (TV Series)
Police Commissioner
- Pilot (1976) ... Police Commissioner
 1974 It Couldn't Happen to a Nicer Guy (TV Movie)
Warren Morgan
 1974 Bank Shot
Andrew Constable
 1972 Love, American Style (TV Series)
Tauser (segment "Love and the Lucky Couple")
 1972 The Glass House (TV Movie)
Pagonis (uncredited)
 1971 Harold and Maude
 1970 Brewster McCloud
Det. Capt. Crandall
 1957 On Borrowed Time (TV Movie)

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Other Works:

Wrote "The King and the Duke" (musical) and "Scarecrow Richard" (play). See more »

Alternate Names:

George Wood

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He is mentioned a couple of times in the biography of actor Louis Edmonds, "Big Lou," by Craig Hamrick. Woods attended Carnegie Tech with Louis, and worked with him several times on stage after they both moved to New York City in the 1940s. See more »


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