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Charles Kissinger (1924–1991)

Charles Kissinger was born on July 10, 1924. Charles served in the US Army during World War II. Following his tour of duty, Kissinger established himself as a local theatre institution in Louisville, Kentucky thanks to his performances in both Shakespeare in the Park productions and his work with Louisville's prestigious Actors Theatre. Moreover, ... See full bio »


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Known For

Asylum of Satan Dr. Jason Specter / Martine Williams
Grizzly Dr. Hallitt
The Get-Man Lt. Robt. Creason


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 1978 The Manitou
 1976 Grizzly
Dr. Hallitt
 1975 'Sheba, Baby'
 1974 Abby
Dr. Hennings
 1974 The Get-Man
Lt. Robt. Creason
 1972 Asylum of Satan
Dr. Jason Specter / Martine Williams
 1972 Three on a Meathook
Pa Townsend
 1972 Three on a Meathook (assistant director)

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(August 24 to September 11, 1971) He played Bogart in Woody Allen's play, "Play It Again, Sam," in an Actors Theatre of Louisville production at the Summer Theatre in Louisville, Kentucky with Arnold Stag (Allan Felix); Susan Cardwell Kingsley (Nancy); Ken Jenkins (Dick Christie); Katharine Houghton (Linda Christie); Carolyn ... See more »

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After William Girdler's death in 1978 Kissinger quit acting because he thought no one would like to use him and he did not like acting without Girdler. He died in 1991 of heart failure. See more »



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