Appeared (as "Friend" / "Ensemble" / "First King" / "W.P.A. Worker" / "Mike" / "Customs Inspector" / "The Emperor" / "Reporter" / "Western Union Boy") in "One For the Money" on Broadway. Musical revue. Conceived by / Lighhting Design by / Directed by John Murray Anderson
. Musical Staging by Robert Alton
. Sketches Staged by
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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My billing has always been "and", or "with", or "including". That's all right; let the stars take the blame.
Part of the reason for his eventual loss of hearing was due to the fact that he raced just about anything on land or water and most of the vehicles were loud and unmuffled. He was a regular feature in and around the Detroit, Michigan, area racing boats, cars and motorcycles, sometimes racing boats on the Detroit River (the border between the US and Ontario, Canada).
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