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McCarthy, Kevin 1914–

McCarthy, Kevin 1914–

(Kevin Mc Carthy)

PERSONAL

Born February 15, 1914, in Seattle, WA; son of Roy Winfield and Martha Therese (maiden name, Preston) McCarthy; brother of Mary McCarthy (a writer); married Augusta Dabney (an actress), 1941 (divorced, 1961); married Kate Crane, 1979; children: (first marriage) Lilah (a television producer and executive), two additional children; (second marriage) two. Education: Attended School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 1933-34; attended University of Minnesota, 1936-38; trained for the stage at the Actors' Studio.

Addresses:

Agent—Origin Talent Agency, 4705 Laurel Canyon, Suite 306, Studio City, CA 91607.

Career:

Actor. Actors' Studio, member, beginning in 1947; appeared in television commercials for American Motors' Matador, c. 1970s, and Twix candy, c. 1980s. Military service: U.S. Air Force, Military Police, 1942-45.

Member:

Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Awards, Honors:

Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, Golden Globe Award, most promising male newcomer, 1952, both for Death of a Salesman; Obie Award, performance, Village Voice, 1975, for Harry Outside; Lifetime Achievement Award, Modesto ShockerFest, 2003.

CREDITS

Film Appearances:

(Uncredited) Ronnie Meade, Winged Victory, 1944.

Biff Loman, Death of a Salesman, Columbia, 1951.

Steve Norris, Drive a Crooked Road, Columbia, 1954.

Andre Rivage, The Gambler from Natchez, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1954.

Tom Bannerman, Stranger on Horseback, United Artists, 1955.

Jim R. Scott, An Annapolis Story (also known as The Blue and the Gold), Allied Artists, 1955.

Stan Grayson, Nightmare, United Artists, 1956.

Dr. Miles J. Binnell, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (also known as Walter Wanger's "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and Sleep No More), Allied Artists, 1956.

Harry Jordan, Diamond Safari, 1958.

Raymond Taber, The Misfits, 1961.

Blanchard, 40 Pounds of Trouble, Universal, 1962.

General "Happy Jack" Kirby, A Gathering of Eagles, Universal, 1963.

Dr. John Garrett, The Prize, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1963.

Allen McCleod, An Affair of the Skin (also known as Love As a Disorder), Zenith, 1964.

Dick Jensen, The Best Man (also known as Gore Vidal's "The Best Man"), Warner Bros., 1964.

Sylvester Josephson, Mirage, Universal, 1965.

Otto Habershaw, A Big Hand for the Little Lady (also known as Big Deal at Dodge City), Warner Bros., 1966.

Vershinin, The Three Sisters, 1966.

Curtis O'Keefe, Hotel, Warner Bros., 1967.

Colonel Wilson, The Hell with Heroes, Universal, 1968.

Leslie Whitlock, If He Hollers, Let Him Go! (also known as Dead Right and Night Hunt), Paramount, 1968.

Drake, Ace High (also known as Four Gunmen of Ave Maria, Revenge at El Paso, Revenge in El Paso, Have Gun Will Travel, and I quattro dell'Ave Maria), Paramount, 1969.

Burt Henry, Kansas City Bomber, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1972.

Washington doctor, Richard, 1972.

Between Time and Timbuktu, 1972.

Malcolm Grant, Alien Thunder (also known as Dan Candy's Law and Le tonnerre rouge), 1974.

Ed McLean, El clan de los inmorales (also known as Mission: To Kill, Order to Kill, Orden de matar, Ordine di uccidere, Order to Assassinate, and La testa del serpente), 1975.

Major John Burke, Buffalo Bill and the Indians (also known as Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson), United Artists, 1976.

Running man, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (remake), United Artists, 1978.

Dr. Robert Hoak, Piranha, 1978.

Calvin Donnelly, Hero at Large, United Artists, 1980.

Mickey Bellinger, Those Lips, Those Eyes, United Artists, 1980.

Fred Francis, The Howling, 1981.

Uncle Walt, "It's a Good Life," Twilight Zone: The Movie, 1983.

Mr. Chrystal, My Tutor, 1983.

Himself, Montgomery Clift, 1983.

Sergie, Dark Tower, Spectrafilm, 1987.

Victor Scrimshaw, Innerspace, 1987.

Colonel Tim Shaw, Hostage (also known as Colt: Flight 802), 1987.

R. J. Fletcher, UHF (also known as The Vidiot from UHF), 1989.

Judge Reinholte, Fast Food, 1989.

Vincent Tuttle, The Sleeping Car, 1990.

William Reed, Love or Money (also known as For Love or Money), 1990.

William Simmons, Eve of Destruction, 1991.

General Geller, Final Approach, 1991.

Professor Ragnar, Ghoulies 3: Ghoulies Go to College (also known as Ghoulies Go to College), 1991.

Terry Corrigan, The Distinguished Gentleman, 1992.

General, Matinee, 1993.

Bartlett, Greedy, 1994.

Judge Pollan, Judicial Consent (also known as My Love, Your Honor), 1994.

Phil Prentiss, Just Cause, 1995.

Reed Tyler, Steal Big, Steal Little, 1995.

Fire department rescuer, Mommy, 1995.

Grandpa Addams, Addams Family Reunion, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998.

Zondervan, The Legend of Razorback (short), 2002.

Dr. Bennell, Looney Tunes: Back in Action (also known as Looney Tunes Back in Action: The Movie), Warner Bros., 2003.

Himself, UnConventional (documentary), 2004.

Working with a Master: Joe Dante (documentary short), Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2006.

Pastor Waltz, Fallen Angels, 2006.

Father Harris, Loving Annabelle, Wolfe Releasing, 2006.

Latecomer, Trail of the Screaming Forehead, 2006.

The monk, Her Morbid Desires, 2007.

The judge, The Ghastly Love of Johnny X, 2007.

Himself, Slipstream, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Philip Hastings, The Survivors (also known as Harold Robbins' "The Survivors"), ABC, 1970.

Claude Weldon, Flamingo Road, NBC, 1981-82.

Zack Cartwright, Amanda's (also known as Amanda's by the Sea), ABC, 1983.

George Hayward, Bay City Blues, 1983.

Lucas Carter, The Colbys (also known as Dynasty II: The Colbys), 1986-87.

Mr. Culbertson, Charlie Hoover, Fox, 1991.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Franklyn Hutton, Poor Little Rich Girl (also known as Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story), NBC, 1987.

Harold Christie, Passion and Paradise, ABC, 1989.

Sol Siegel, Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story, NBC, 1995.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Clifford Coswell, U.M.C. (also known as Operation Heartbeat), CBS, 1969.

The Last of the Powerseekers, 1971.

Mark Reynolds, A Great American Tragedy, ABC, 1972.

Dr. Frank Simmons, Columbo: Requiem for a Falling Star, 1973.

In Fashion, 1974.

District Attorney Kamenski, Exo-Man, 1977.

Tom Atherton, Mary Jane Harper Cried Last Night, 1977.

Dr. Ken Paige, Portrait of an Escort (also known as Portrait of a Date), 1980.

Dr. Jones, Rosie: The Rosemary Clooney Story (also known as Rosie), 1982.

Ward Hawley, The Making of a Male Model, ABC, 1983.

Mr. Thompson, Invitation to Hell, 1984.

Wes Vandergelder, The Ratings Game (also known as The Mogul), 1984.

Reichman, Deadly Intentions, ABC, 1985.

Judge Crandall, The Midnight Hour (also known as In the Midnight Hour), ABC, 1985.

Jonathan Hire, A Masterpiece of Murder, NBC, 1986.

Joseph P. Kennedy, LBJ: The Early Years, NBC, 1987.

Harland Everett, The Long Journey Home, ABC, 1987.

The governor, Once Upon a Texas Train (also known as Texas Guns), CBS, 1988.

Senator Wilson, The Rose and the Jackal, TNT, 1990.

Waverly Blake, Dead on the Money, TNT, 1991.

Dr. Nelson Congemi, Duplicates, USA Network, 1992.

Miles, Roadracers (also known as Rebel Highway), Showtime, 1994.

Judge Pollan, Judicial Consent (also known as My Love, Your Honor), HBO, 1994.

George Richards, The Sister-in-Law (also known as Bloodknot), Wilshire Court Productions, 1995.

Chief of staff, The Second Civil War, HBO, 1997.

(Uncredited) Deep Throat, Elvis Meets Nixon, 1997.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Tony, Satins and Spurs, 1954.

Mr. Rogers, Summer of Decision, 1959.

Cameron Witherspoon, Ghostbreakers, 1967.

Mr. Hart, June Moon, 1974.

Trigorin, The Seagull, 1975.

Himself, Invasion of the Body Snatchers: An Interview with Kevin McCarthy, 1985.

Montgomery Clift: His Place in the Sun, Cinemax, 1989.

Presenter, The 7th Annual Genesis Awards, 1993.

Marlon Brando: The Wild One, BBC, 1996.

Montgomery Clift: The Hidden Star, Arts and Entertainment, 1998.

Ray Walston: No Antennae, Please, Arts and Entertainment, 1999.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Claude Weldon, Flamingo Road, NBC, 1980.

Hayward, Bay City Blues, 1983.

Edison, Home, ABC, 1987.

Leo, Second Start, ABC, 1988.

Harold LaPierre, In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1988.

The general, Channel 99, NBC, 1988.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Romeo, "Romeo and Juliet," Cameo Theatre, NBC, 1949.

"I Can't Breathe," Actors' Studio (also known as The Play's the Thing), 1949.

"Romeo and Juliet," The Philco Television Playhouse (also known as Arena Theatre, Repertory Theatre, and The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse), 1949.

"The Man Who Came to Dinner," The Ford Theatre Hour, 1949.

"The Power Devil," The Philco Television Playhouse (also known as Arena Theatre, Repertory Theatre, and The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse), 1950.

"Biography," The Prudential Family Playhouse (also known as Prudential Family Theater), 1950.

"Icebound," The Prudential Family Playhouse (also known as Prudential Family Theater), 1950.

"Away from It All," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), 1950.

"Hangman's House," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), 1951.

"Shield for Murder," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), 1951.

"Jane Eyre," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), 1952.

"Death Is a Small Monkey," Lights Out, 1952.

"Mr. Nothing," The Gulf Playhouse, 1952.

"Jane Eyre," Westinghouse Studio One Summer Theatre, CBS, 1952.

"Sunk," The Ford Television Theatre (also known as Ford Theatre), 1952.

"Double Jeopardy," The Philco Television Playhouse (also known as Arena Theatre, Repertory Theatre, and The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse), 1953.

"The King in Yellow," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), 1953.

"Letter of Thanks," Danger, 1953.

"Babylon Revisited," Kraft Television Theatre (also known as Ponds Theater), NBC, 1954.

Rich Monighan, "Highway," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), ABC, 1954.

"Spring Reunion," Goodyear Television Playhouse (also known as Goodyear Playhouse), NBC, 1954.

"The Personal Touch," Goodyear Television Playhouse (also known as Goodyear Playhouse), NBC, 1954.

"The Stranger," Inner Sanctum, 1954.

"The Magnificent Lie," Campbell Playhouse (also known as Campbell Soundstage and Campbell Summer Soundstage), 1954.

Tommy Jordan, "Lucky Tommy Jordan," The Ford Television Theatre (also known as Ford Theatre), 1954.

"Midnight Haul," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (also known as Herald Playhouse, Schlitz Playhouse, and The Playhouse), 1954.

"Moment of Truth," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (also known as Herald Playhouse, Schlitz Playhouse, and The Playhouse), 1955.

Matt, "You Need Me," Star Tonight, 1955.

"The Make Believe Mother," Matinee Theater, 1955.

"Weapon of Courage," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (also known as Herald Playhouse, Schlitz Playhouse, and The Playhouse), 1956.

"The Secret Place," Star Stage, 1956.

George Whitaker, "Instant of Truth," Front Row Center, 1956.

Samuel Howe, "The Key," Telephone Time, 1956.

Carl Wilson, "We Who Love Her," On Trial (also known as The Joseph Cotten Show and The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial), 1956.

Brooks, "Flame-Out in T-6," Climax! (also known as Climax Mystery Theatre), CBS, 1956.

Halsey, "The Circular Staircase," Climax! (also known as Climax Mystery Theatre), CBS, 1956.

"Hands of the Enemy," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (also known as Herald Playhouse, Schlitz Playhouse, and The Playhouse), 1957.

Hal Carmichael, "Deadly Climate," Climax! (also known as Climax Mystery Theatre), CBS, 1957.

Jack O'Leary, "City in Flames," The 20th Century-Fox Hour (also known as Fox Hour of Stars), 1957.

"Ice Cathedral," Crossroads, 1957.

"The Last Singer," Cavalcade of America (also known as DuPont Presents the Cavalcade Theatre and DuPont Theatre), 1957.

"The Medallion," Kraft Television Theatre (also known as Kraft Mystery Theatre and Kraft Theatre), NBC, 1957.

Wayne Temple, "The Doctors of Pawnee Kill," General Electric Theater (also known as G.E. Theater), 1957.

Wayne Temple, "A Question of Survival," General Electric Theater (also known as G.E. Theater), 1957.

Russel Stevens, "Desperation," The Ford Television Theatre (also known as Ford Theatre), 1957.

"Lottery Revenge," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (also known as Herald Playhouse, Schlitz Playhouse, and The Playhouse), 1958.

James Valentine, "Murder and the Android," Sunday Showcase (also known as NBC Sunday Showcase), 1959.

John Tourell, "The Wall Between," The DuPont Show with June Allyson (also known as The June Allyson Show), 1959.

Professor Walter Jameson, Tom Bowen, and Major Hugh Skelton, "Long Live Walter Johnson," The Twilight Zone (also known as Twilight Zone), CBS, 1960.

Mark Twain, "The Shattered Idol," The Rifleman, 1961.

Dr. Paul Sandham, "The Overnight Case," Way Out, 1961.

Jerry, "Lucy," Great Ghost Tales, 1961.

Dr. Dave Taylor, "A Few Brief Lines for Dave," Ben Casey, 1961.

Neil Draper, "Moment of Panic," Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1961.

Mark Twain, "The Shattered Idol," The Rifleman, 1961.

"Journey to Oblivion," Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1962.

"Two Black Kings," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), ABC, 1962.

"A Burying for Rosey," The Legend of Jesse James, 1962.

Frank McCloud, "Nobody Gets Hurt," Target: The Corrupters, 1962.

Harvey Gruboldt, MD, "The Backslider," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1963.

Winslow Quince, "Suspicion," The Rifleman, 1963.

Ralph Johnson, "The Hour Before Doomsday," The Defenders, 1963.

"Fire and Ice," Breaking Point, 1963.

Jim Marnell, "Cold Hands, Warm Heart," The Eleventh Hour, 1963.

Elliott Dunning, "Who Killed Madison Cooper?," Burke's Law (also known as Amos Burke, Secret Agent), ABC, 1964.

Paul Blackshear, "Beast in View," The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, CBS, 1964.

Mr. Williams, "Fare Thee Well," Mr. Novak, 1964.

Peter Malone, "White on White," The Nurses (also known as The Doctors and the Nurses), 1964.

Chukker Curtis, "Who Killed Nobody Somehow?," Burke's Law (also known as Amos Burke, Secret Agent), ABC, 1965.

Jerry Ivar, "The Gray Lady," Honey West, 1965.

Omar Larson, MD, "Believe and Live," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965.

Bill Adams, "Terror in a Tiny Town: Parts 1 & 2," Burke's Law (also known as Amos Burke, Secret Agent), ABC, 1966.

Herb Malone, "Wife Killer," The Fugitive, ABC, 1966.

Lamont, "The Spy Master," The F.B.I., ABC, 1966.

Arthur Caresse, "The Moonglow Affair," The Man from U.N.C.L.E., NBC, 1966.

Sheriff Dockery, "A Burying for Rosey," The Legend of Jesse James, 1966.

Baladin, "Massacre," Twelve O'Clock High, 1966.

Sean, "Crazier Than Cotton," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater (also known as The Chrysler Theater and Universal Star Time), 1966.

Charles Roland Flagg, "Between Two Fires," Felony Squad, 1966.

Rando, "Never Chase a Rainbow," The Road West, 1967.

Paul Cook, "The Watchers," The Invaders, 1967.

Paul Dorn, "Counter-Stroke," The F.B.I., ABC, 1967.

Guest panelist, What's My Line?, 1967.

Major Richards, "The Expendables," Garrison's Gorillas, 1967.

Paul Christopher, "Conspiracy," Judd for the Defense, 1967.

Joe Maddox, "You Remember Joe Maddox," Judd for the Defense, 1968.

Carter Haines, "Incident in Berlin," The Name of the Game, 1968.

Sheriff, "Ride the Man Down," The Guns of Will Sonnett, 1968.

Victor Reese, "Full Fathom Five," Hawaii Five-0 (also known as McGarrett), CBS, 1968.

General Kroll, "The Night of the Doomsday Formula," The Wild, Wild West, 1968.

James Forrest, "North to Tucson," The High Chaparral, 1968.

Virgil Haney, "Image of Evil," Felony Squad, 1968.

James Evans, "Conspiracy of Silence," The F.B.I., ABC, 1969.

Speck, "Bunny Hug," Julia, 1970.

Carter Gladstone, "Conqueror's Gold," Bearcats!, 1971.

Whitmore Channing, "Invasion," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1971.

Allen Markham, "To Steal a King," Banacek, 1972.

General Nielson, "The Deadly Trail," Cannon, 1974.

"To Kill a Tiger," The Manhunter, 1975.

Hunter R. Hickey, "The Last of the Great Paperhangers," Hawaii Five-0 (also known as McGarrett), CBS, 1976.

Levering, "The Army Deserter," The Oregon Trail, 1977.

"Rhino of the Year/One Last Time/For Love or Money," The Love Boat, ABC, 1983.

"Sweet Life/Games People Play," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1984.

Billy Waite, "Fallon," Dynasty, ABC, 1984.

Billy Waite, "The Rescue," Dynasty, ABC, 1984.

William O'Keefe, "Over the Limit," Scarecrow and Mrs. King, 1985.

Calvin Polk, "Second Offense, Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Hotel"), 1985.

Ben Harper, "Surrogates," Finder of Lost Loves, 1985.

Milton Porter, "Armed Response," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985.

McKeever, "Members Only," The A-Team, 1986.

Richard, "Second Motherhood," The Golden Girls, 1986.

William Quigley, "To Tilt at Windmills," Fame, 1986.

Norman Mailbag, "The Problem of the Dirty Money," Mathnet, PBS, 1987.

Norman Mailbag, Square One TV, 1987.

Lawrence P. Whitley, "Revenge of the Liberal," Head of the Class, 1987.

Doug McKenna, "First Let's Kill All the Lawyers," Simon and Simon, 1988.

Harold LaPeer, In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1988.

Congressman Holmes, "Twilight," China Beach, 1989.

Jonathan Horton, "The Fugitive," Matlock, 1989.

"The President's Coming! The President's Coming! Part 2," The Golden Girls, 1990.

Randolph Sterling, "From the Horse's Mouth," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1991.

Walter Bowman, "Ever After," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992.

"Going Home," Human Target, 1992.

Voice of Dr. Long, "Nothing to Fear," Batman: The Animated Series (animated; also known as Batman and The Adventures of Batman & Robin), 1992.

"Curiosity Killed," Tales from the Crypt (also known as HBO's "Tales from the Crypt"), HBO, 1992.

"The Courtship of Martin's Father," Dream On, HBO, 1994.

Professor Weaver, "Coming Clean," Boston Common, NBC, 1996.

Judge, "The Jury," Early Edition, CBS, 1997.

Mayor in "60 Percent Chance of Change," "Al Plays Hooky," The Weird Al Show, 1997.

Congressman Reese, "Worst Block," The District, 2000.

Congressman Reese, "Surveillance," The District, 2000.

Congressman Reese, "The Real Terrorist," The District, 2000.

Himself, "Making ‘The Misfits,’" Great Performances, PBS, 2001.

"Shelley Winters: Full Disclosure," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

Himself, "Science Fiction," Film Genre (also known as Hollywood History), 2002.

Judge Donnally, "Trial," Eyes, ABC, 2005.

Also appeared as man, "Room for Death," Look Up and Live; in "Antigone," Omnibus, CBS; Ben Casey, ABC; Breaking Point, ABC; Judd for the Defense, ABC; The Name of the Game, NBC.

Stage Appearances:

(Broadway debut) Jasp and Phil, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, Plymouth Theatre, 1938.

Dan Crawford, Brother Rat, Wharburton Square Playhouse, Yonkers, NY, 1938.

Richard Banning, Flight to the West, Guild Theatre, New York City, 1940.

Mexican Mural, Chanin Building, Penthouse Theatre, New York City, 1942.

Ronny Meade, Winged Victory, 44th Street Theatre, New York City, 1943.

Maurice, Truckline Cafe, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1946.

Dunois, Joan of Lorraine, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1946.

Morgan Decker, The Survivors, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1948.

Kurt Heger, Bravo!, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1948.

(London debut) Biff Loman, Death of a Salesman, Phoenix Theatre, 1949.

Matt Burke, Anna Christie, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1952.

Berowne, Love's Labour's Lost, City Center Theatre, 1953.

Freddie Page, The Deep Blue Sea, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1953.

Boris Trigorin, The Seagull, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1954.

Ayamonn Breydon, Red Roses for Me, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1955.

Richard Morrow, The Day the Money Stopped, Belasco Theatre, 1958.

Jerry Ryan, Two for the Seesaw, Booth Theatre, 1959.

Rupert Forster, Marching Song, Gate Theatre, New York City, 1959.

Van Ackerman, Advise and Consent, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1960.

Captain Dodd, Something about a Soldier, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1962.

Brecht on Brecht, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1962, then Theatre at University of California, Los Angeles, 1963.

Reverend Shannon, Night of the Iguana, Festival Theatre, Louisville, KY, 1964.

Vershinin, The Three Sisters, Morosco Theatre, 1964.

Homer, A Warm Body, Cort Theatre, 1967.

Julian, Cactus Flower, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1967.

Harold Ryan, Happy Birthday, Wanda June, Theatre de Lys, then Edison Theatre, New York City, 1970.

Dan, The Children, New York Shakespeare Festival, The Other Stage, New York City, 1972.

Trigorin, The Seagull, Williamstown Festival Theatre, Williamstown, MA, 1974.

Gerte, The Rapists, New Dramatists Theatre, New York City, 1974.

Harry Harrison, Harry Outside, Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1975.

Multiple roles, Poor Murderer, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1976.

The Lion in Winter, summer stock production, 1976.

Equus, summer stock production, 1978.

George Butler, Alone Together, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1984.

President Harry S. Truman, Give 'em Hell, Harry, Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, CA, 1987.

King Arthur, Knights of the Round Table, Long Beach, CA, 2000.

Major Tours:

Ronny Meade, Winged Victory, U.S. cities, 1944.

Jerry Ryan, Two for the Seesaw, U.S. cities, 1960, 1965-66.

Also toured as Freddie Page, The Deep Blue Sea.

Radio Appearances:

CBS Radio Mystery Theatre, 1974-80.

RECORDINGS

Music Videos:

R. J. Fletcher, "UHF," "Weird Al" Yankovic: The Videos, 1996.

Video Games:

Gordon Fitzpatrick, The Pandora Directive, 1996.

WRITINGS

Books:

(Editor, with Ed Gorman) "They're Here" … Invasion of the Body Snatchers: A Tribute, Berkley Boulevard (New York City), 1999.

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