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  • (1965) TV commercial: Gillette razors
  • (1996) Stage: Appeared (as "Max Prince") in Neil Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor" at the Queens Theatre in London, England.
  • (1963) Stage: Appeared (as "Billy Bibbit") in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Dale Wasserman. Based on the novel by Ken Kesey. Incidental music by Teiji Ito. Directed by Alex Segal. Cort Theatre: 13 Nov 1963-25 Jan 1964 (82 performances + 1 preview). Cast: Ed Ames (as "Chief Bromden"), Malcolm Atterbury (as "Scanlon"), Clifford Cothren, William Daniels (as "Dale Harding"), Kirk Douglas (as "Randle P. McMurphy"), Wesley Gale (as "Fredericks"), William Gleason (as "Ruckly"), Arlene Golonka (as "Candy Starr"), Peter Gumeny, 'Paul Huber (II) (as "Col. Matterson"), Lincoln Kilpatrick (as "Aide Warren"), Michi Kobi, Al Nesor (as "Martini"), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (as "Cheswick"), Leonard Parker, Rex Robbins, Arnold Soboloff, Joan Tetzel (as "Nurse Ratched"), K.C. Townsend, Charles Tyner (as "Sefelt"), Milton J. Williams, Astrid Wilsrud. Produced by David Merrick and Edward Lewis. Produced in association with Seven Arts Corp. and Eric Prods. NOTES: (1) Filmed as One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975). Unlike the flop play, the $4-million film (produced by Kirk Douglas' son Michael Douglas) was a monster hit, grossing over $112 million. (2) Dale Wasserman adapted Ken Kesey's novel for the Broadway stage, but his script was not used for the acclaimed Jack Nicholson film, although both the play and the film told exactly the same story as the novel. Regardless, Wasserman received screen credit for the theatrical version.
  • (1960s) TV commercials (voice-overs): Alka Seltzer.
  • (7/3/71) Appeared on NBC's discussion program The Irv Kupcinet Show (1953) with Irv Kupcinet and guests poet Rod McKuen, Tammy Grimes and Sue Lyon, Bob Balaban, Alex Karras and singer-pianist Kim Martell. Also on the program were David E. Lilienthal, former head of the Atomic Energy Commission and the Tennessee Valley Authority; and Eliot Asinof, who has chronicled the story of two New Jersey teenagers who committed suicide in 1969, believing these acts would help the peace movement.
  • (2008) Novel: "The Woman Who Wouldn't". New York: St. Martin's Press, ISBN 0312375786.
  • (2007) Novel: "My French Whore". New York: St. Martin's Press, ISBN 0312360576
  • (1963) Stage: Appeared in a production of "The Millionairess", Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, NJ. Also in cast: Carol Channing.
  • (1963) Stage: Appeared in "Mother Courage and Her Children" on Broadway. Also inc cast: Anne Bancroft.
  • (1966) Stage: Appeared in Murray Schisgal's "Luv" on Broadway.
  • (1964) Stage: Appeared in "The White House" on Broadway. Also in cast: Helen Hayes.
  • (1961) Stage: Appeared (as "Valet") in "The Complaisant Lover" on Broadway. NOTE: Wilder won the Clement Derwent Award for his performance.
  • (1961) Stage: Appeared in Arnold Wesker's "Roots", off-Broadway.
  • (1996) Stage: Appeared in Neil Simon's play, "Laughter on the 23rd Floor," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England, with Linal Haft, Rolf Saxon and Stefan Bednarczyk in the cast.
  • (2016) Novel: "Even Dogs Learn How To Swim," published by One Tusk Publishing.
  • (1963) Stage: Appeared in George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Millionairess," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ, with Carol Channing and John McMartin in the cast. Gene Saks was director.

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