He acted in Maxwell Anderson's play, "Joan of Lorraine," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Judith Evelyn in the cast.
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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[in 1986, on Darryl F. Zanuck
] We weren't crazy about each other. He wasn't my cup of tea; he was a first-rate administrator, but a little Napoleon. He had gemutlich with writers and with directors, but no sympathy at all for actors. Of all the moguls, Zanuck was the only one who could make a film. He was a good utter. I didn't admire the type of fellow he was. So I was never invited to Palm ...
Unforgettable in his screen debut in Kiss of Death
(1947) as Tommy Udo, a psychopathic mob hit-man, who giggles gleefully even as he shoves a wheelchair-bound old woman, portrayed by Mildred Dunnock
, tumbling down a long stairway to her demise.