Peter Berg and his stage adaptation of the play, "Olive Pitts, "was performed in a San Francisco Mime Troupe touring and Jack London Society production at the Fullerton State College in Fullerton, California. Lope De Rueda was original playwright. R.G. Davis was artistic director and director.
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It's so funny; I was a much more important actor in Europe than I ever achieved in the United States. They liked all the ambiguity about me -was I a good guy or a bad guy? They appreciated that. The Americans always wanted to know who's wearing the white hat and who's wearing the black hat. I did a movie called, A Man In Love, which put me on the cover of every magazine in Europe; huge hit. Both ...
He began using the last name of Coyote, for the animal, considered otherworldly by some Native Americans, after meeting a Paiute-Shoshone shaman in 1967.
Dulcet voice (hence several narrative roles)