6 wins & 7 nominations.
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Boatswain's Mate, Ed McKay, 1st Class
... Boatswain's Mate, Ed McKay, 1st Class
Captain Lou Unger
Sen. Anton Kreutzer
Trusseau / Phillipe Trusseau / 'La Bulle'
Simon Webster / Lou Voit
Prime Minister Harland DeVille
Public Defender St. Paul
Sylvester / Paul Nicastro
Lieutenant Johnson / Joe Stevens
Johnny Behr / Luis Gutierrez
Phillip Derrane / Alex Poland
King Arthur Brown
Lt. Carlos Moreno
T. Hewitt Edward Cat
... T. Hewitt Edward Cat
John Hanavan / Dr. Mike Rosario
Maria Jose Chappala
The Three Sisters. Drama (revival). Written by Anton Chekhov
. New English version by Randall Jarrell. Directed by Lee Strasberg
[final Broadway credit]. Morosco Theatre: 22 Jun 1964- 3 Oct 1964 (119 performances + 14 previews that began on 8 Jun 1964). Cast: Luther Adler
(as "Chebutykin, Army doctor"), Barbara Baxley
2 Interviews |
4 Articles |
3 Magazine Cover Photos |
Roberto Loggia | Robertson Loggia
5' 11" (1.8 m)
Did You Know?
[on The Believers
(1987)] It isn't what Schlesinger [director John Schlesinger
] intended; he wanted to make a serious picture about the aberration of power, but the picture fell through the cracks. The audience didn't know whether they were being served a horror film, or a movie of a different nature. It was like going into a restaurant and not knowing what the menu is.
Steve Sohmer joined NBC in 1982 working directly with Stephen J. Cannell who created the series Stingray starring Nick Mancuso. Partially inspired by the work of Stephen J. Cannell and Nick Mancuso's work on Stingray, Steve Sohmer created the character FBI agent Nick Mancuso for his novel Favorite Son.
Distinctive raspy voice