Appeared (as "John Clitherow") in "Design for a Stained Glass Window" on Broadway. Drama. Written by William Berney
and Howard Richardson. Directed by Ella Gerber. Mansfield Theatre: 23 Jan 1950-28 Jan 1950 (8 performances). Cast: Azore (a "A Dog"), Donald Barton, Ralph Clanton, James Dobson
, Joseph Fallon, Neil Fitzgerald, A. ...
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Charlton Easton | Captured Slave Charlton Heston
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[on conquering his alcohol addiction in 2000] It was one of my best recent years. And now I'm not drinking at all. I wasn't slurring my words. I wasn't falling over, but I realized it had become an addiction for me. And in my profession, it's a terrible flaw to fall into. I believe I did it in time.
His professional name of Charlton Heston came from a combination of his mother's maiden name (Lila Charlton) and his stepfather's last name (Chester Heston).