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  • Did a few military training films for the various services in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
  • (1972) Stage: Appeared in Arthur Miller's play, "Death of a Salesman", at the Arlington Park Theatre in Chicago, IL.
  • (1956) Stage: Appeared (as "Joey") in "A Very Special Baby" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Robert Alan Aurthur [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Martin Ritt. Playhouse Theatre: 14 Nov 1956-17 Nov 1956 (5 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Casale"), Jack Klugman (as "Carmen"), Will Kuluva (as "Augie"; final Broadway credit), Carl Low (as "George"), Sylvia Sidney (as "Anna"). Produced by David Susskind. Associate Producer: Michael Abbott.
  • (Summer 1955) Stage: Appeared in William Inge's play, "Picnic," in a Kenley Players production in Bristol, PA, with Gloria Vanderbilt in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.
  • (6/3/47-8/47) Stage: Production Assistant for William Inge's play, "Farther Off From Heaven," in the inaugural production at the Theatre '47 in Dallas, TX, with Martin David (Sonny Campbell); Carol Goodner (Sarah Campbell); Rebecca Hargis (Irene Campbell); Wilson Brooks (Andrew Campbell); Betty Green Little (Lola Delaney); Raymond Van Sickle (Ed Delaney) and Frank Amy (Harry Richardson) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. A. Joseph London was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour, Frank Amy and Clinton Anderson were productions assistants. C.H. Larson was treasurer.
  • (6/47-8/47) Stage: Production Assistant on in Henrik Ibsen's play, "Hedda Gabler," at the Theatre '47 in Dallas, TX, with Betty Green Little (Miss Juliana Tesman); Marga Ann Deighton (Bertha); Wilson Brooks (George Tesman); Carol Goodner (Hedda); Katharine Balfour (Mrs. Elvsted); Geoffrey Lumb (Judge Brack) and Tod Andrews (Eilert Lovborg) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. A. Joseph London was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour, Frank Amy and Clinton Anderson were productions assistants. C.H. Larson was treasurer.
  • (6-47-8/47) Stage: Production Assistant on Martin Coleman's play, "How Now, Hecate," at the Theatre 47 in Dallas, TX, with Geoffrey Lumb (A.B. Murdock); Raymond Van Sickle (Turner); Carol Goodner (Helen Manning); Marga Ann Deighton (Miss Ogilvie) and Betty Green Little (Mrs. Trelawney) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. A. Joseph London was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour, Frank Amy and Clinton Anderson were productions assistants. C.H. Larson was treasurer.
  • (June to August 1947) He played a waiter in Tennessee Williams' play, "Summer and Smoke," at the Theatre '47 in Dallas, Texas with Rebecca Hargis (Alma as a child); Martin David (John as a child); Raymond Van Sickle (The Reverend Winemiller); Marga Ann Deighton (Mrs. Winemiller); Tod Andrews (Dr. John Buchanan Jr.); Katharine Balfour (Alma Winemiller); Marilyn Putnam (Jessie Serio); Pat Papert (Nellie Ewell); Clinton Anderson (Roger Doremus); Geoffrey Lumb (Dr. John Buchanan Sr.); Betty Greene Little (Mrs. Bassett); Ann Stephens (Rosemary); Frank Amy (Vernon); Wilson Brooks (Mr. Serio); and Jonathan Seymour (Archie Kramer) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. A. Joseph London was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour, Frank Amy, Clinton Anderson and he were also productions assistants. C.H. Larson was treasurer.
  • (November 1947 to March 1948) He was production assistant for Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Master Builder," at the Theatre '48 in Dallas, Texas with Vaughan Glaser (Knut Brovik); Tod Andrews (Ragnar Brovnik); Rebecca Hargis (Kaia Fosli); Wilson Brooks (Halvard Solness); Mary Finney (Aline Solness); George Mitchell (Doctor Herdal) and Frances Waller (Hilda Wangel) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Jed Mace was production designer. Marshall Yokelson was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. Clinton Anderson, Charles Taliaferro and Louise Latham were also production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (June to August 1947) He played Clifford Perkins in Vera Mathews' play, "Third Cousin," at the Theatre '47 in Dallas, Texas with Marilyn Putnam (Rosemary Jones); Katharine Balfour (Pauline Longstreet); Wilson Brooks (Alvin Butterworth); Betty Greene Little (Carrie Butterworth); Raymond Van Sickle (Dr. Cutler); Geoffrey Lumb (Harold J. Kirby); Tod Andrews (Bill Avery) and Marga Ann Deighton (Mrs. O'Bannon) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. A. Joseph London was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour, Frank Amy, Clinton Anderson and he were also production assistants. C.H. Larson was treasurer.
  • (November 1947 to March 1948) He acted in Tennessee Williams' Three Short Plays production at the Theatre '48 in Dallas, Texas with Vaughan Glaser (Mr. Charlie Colton); Will Bryant (Porter) and Tod Andrews (Bob Harper) in "The Last of My Solid Gold Watches;" "Rebecca Hargis (Willie) and Charles Taliaferro (Tom) in "This Property is Condemned;" and Katharine Squire (Miss Lucretia Collins); Clinton Anderson (The Porter); Jack Warden (The Elevator Boy); George Mitchell (The Doctor); Mary Finney (The Nurse) and Wilson Brooks (Mr. Abrams) in the "Portrait of a Madonna." Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Jed Mace was production designer. Marshall Yokelson was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. Clinton Anderson, Charles Taliaferro, Louise Latham and he were also production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1947 to March 1948) He played Grumio in William Shakespeare's play, "The Taming of the Shrew," at the Theatre '48 in Dallas, Texas with Benedict MacQuarrie (Baptista); Vaughan Glaser (Vincentio); Jonathan Seymour (Lucentio); Tod Andrews (Petruchio); Wilson Brooks (Gremio); Clinton Anderson (Hortensio); George Mitchell (Tranio); Marshall Yokelson (Biondello); Jack Warden (Grumio); Charles Taliaferro (Curtis); Charley Braswell (A Pedant); Katherine Squire (Katharine); Frances Waller (Bianca); Louise Latham (A Servant); Mary Finney (Widow); Tommy Woodward (Haberdasher/Officer); Bill Hayter (Gregory) and Boyd Hill (Philip) in the cast. Rebecca Hargis was stage manager. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Jed Mace was production designer. Marshall Yokelson was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. Clinton Anderson, Charles Taliaferro, Louise Latham and he were also production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1947 to March 1948) He played Dominic in Manning Gurian's play, "Lemple's Old Man," at the Theatre '48 in Dallas, Texas with Mary Finney (Hilda); Arthur Hill (Pete); Martin David (Tommy); Clinton Anderson (Dugan); Katherine Squire (Clara Harrington); Wilson Brooks (Berger); Louise Latham (Louise); George Mitchell (Lemple); Tod Andrews (Richard Lemple); Frances Waller (Barbara Adams) and Charles Taliaferro (Bill) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Jed Mace was production designer. Marshall Yokelson was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. Clinton Anderson, Charles Taliaferro, Louise Latham and he were also production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1947 to March 1948) He played Mikey in Vivian O'Connell's play, "Throng O'Scarlet," at the Theatre '48 in Dallas, Texas with Rebecca Hargis (Susie); Wilson Brooks (Harry Boyle (M.F.H.); Mary Finney (Doris Boyle); George Mitchell (Sean Hogan); Frances Waller (Kate); Clinton Anderson (Hector Maugham): Katherine Squire (Cynthia Maugham); Louise Latham (Dolly Brown); Tod Andrews (Clark Brown); Vaughan Glaser (Thaddeus O'Brien); Carol Jean Rosaire (The Coy One); Marshall Yokelson (Sergeant Byrne); Jonathan Seymour (Robinson) and Gloria Folland (Mrs. Robinson) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Jed Mace was production designer. Marshall Yokelson was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. Clinton Anderson, Charles Taliaferro, Louise Latham and he were also production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1947 to March 1948) He played Grumio in William Shakespeare's play, "The Taming of the Shrew," at the Theatre '48 in Dallas, Texas with Benedict MacQuarrie (Baptista); Vaughan Glaser (Vincentio); Jonathan Seymour (Lucentio); Tod Andrews (Petruchio); Wilson Brooks (Gremio); Clinton Anderson (Hortensio); George Mitchell (Tranio); Marshall Yokelson (Biondello); Charles Taliaferro (Curtis); Charley Braswell (A Pedant); Katherine Squire (Katharine); Frances Waller (Bianca); Louise Latham (A Servant); Mary Finney (Widow); Tommy Woodward (Haberdasher/Officer); Bill Hayter (Gregory) and Boyd Hill (Philip) in the cast. Rebecca Hargis was stage manager. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Jed Mace was production designer. Marshall Yokelson was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. Clinton Anderson, Jack Warden, Charles Taliaferro and Louise Latham were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1947 to March 1948) He played Lyme Cushing in Barton MacLane's play, "Black John," at the Theatre '48 in Dallas, Texas with Jonathan Seymour (One-Eye John); Marshall Yokelson (One-Arm John); Katherine Squire (The Klootch); Frances Waller (Rose Larelle); Boyd Hill (Honest John); Wilson Brooks (George Cornwallis); Clinton Anderson (Black John); Jerry Talley and Charley Braswell (Simpson Brothers); Charles Taliaffero (Bandit); Bob Kendrick (Harry); Tod Andrews (Corporal Downey); George Mitchell (The Marshal); Paul Manning (Deputy); Mary Finney (Goldie); Benedict MacQuarrie (Catteraugas Smith); Tad Adoue (Benedict Hale) and Frank Tennant (Red John) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Jed Mace was production designer. Marshall Yokelson was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. Clinton Anderson, Charles Taliaferro, Louise Latham and he were also production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1947 to March 1948) He played Glen Campbell in Joseph Hayes' play, "Leaf and Bough," at the Theatre '48 in Dallas, Texas with Mary Finney (Myra Warren); George Mitchell (Bert Warren); Katherine Squire (Aunt Attie); Benedict MacQuarrie (Grandpa Nelson); Frances Waller (Nan Warren); Betty Green Little (Laura Campbell); Wilson Brooks (Frederick Campbell) and Tod Andrews (Mark Campbell) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Jed Mace was production designer. Marshall Yokelson was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. Clinton Anderson, Charles Taliaferro, Louise Latham and he were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1947 to March 1948) He played Lane in Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest," at the Theatre '48 in Dallas, Texas with Tod Andrews (Algernon Moncrieff); Wilson Brooks (John Worthing J.P.); Mary Finney (Lady Bracknell): Louise Latham (Hon. Gwendolen Fairfax); Katherine Squire (Miss Prism); Frances Waller (Cecily Cardew); George Mitchell (Rev. Canon Chasuble D.D.) and Clinton Anderson (Merriman) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Jed Mace was production designer. Marshall Yokelson was technical director. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. Clinton Anderson, Charles Taliaferro, Louise Latham and he were also production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1948 to June 1949) He played Trissotin in Moliere's play, "The Learned Ladies," at the Theatre '49 in Dallas, Texas with Romola Robb (Armando); Frances Waller (Henriette); John Hudson (Clitandre); Rebecca Hargis (Belise); Edwin Whitner (Ariste); Harold Webster (Chrysale); Marilyn Putnam (Martine); Mary Finney (Philaminte); Tom Ruisinger (Lepine); Clinton Anderson (Vadius) and Charle Braswell (A Notary) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Mannin Gurian was business manager. Jed Mace was production manager. Richard Bernstein was technical director. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Rebecca Hargis and Charles Braswell were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1948 to June 1949) He played A Stranger in Shirland Quin's play, "Here's To Us!," at the Theatre '49 in Dallas, Texas with Harold Webster (Mr. McAllistair); Edwin Whitner (Howard Todd); Mary Finney (Kit Tremaine); Frances Waller (Phillipa); John Hudson (Francis Drinkwater) and Clinton Anderson (Charles Crouse) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Mannin Gurian was business manager. Jed Mace was production manager. Richard Bernstein was technical director. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Rebecca Hargis and Charles Braswell were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1948 to June 1949) He played Sir Toby Belch in William Shakespeare's play, "Twelfth Night," at the Theatre '49 in Dallas, Texas with Bill Bray (Feste); George King (Curio); Jonathan Seymour (Orsino); David Healy (Valentine); Frances Waller (Viola); James Maeberry (Sea Captain); Bob Hartson (First Sailor/Second Officer); Jack Boisseau (Second Sailor/First Officer); Mary Finney (Maria); Edwin Whitner (Sir Andrew Aguecheek); Romola Robb (Olivia); Clinton Anderson (Malvolio); Charles Braswell (Antonio); John Hudson (Sebastian); Tom Ruisinger (Fabian) and Harold Webster (Priest) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Mannin Gurian was business manager. Jed Mace was production manager. Richard Bernstein was technical director. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Rebecca Hargis and Charles Braswell were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1948 to June 1949) He played Frithjof in Vivian Johannes' play, "Skaal," at the Theatre '49 in Dallas, Texas with Edwin Whitner (Old Tink); Mary Finney (Ragna); Romola Robb (Selma); John Hudson (Stefan); Harold Webster (Father Thor); Clinton Anderson (Young Thor) and Frances Waller (Hilde) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Mannin Gurian was business manager. Jed Mace was production manager. Richard Bernstein was technical director. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Rebecca Hargis and Charles Braswell were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1948 to June 1949) He played Joseph Bently in Tom Purefoy's play, "Sting in the Tail," at the Theatre '49 in Dallas, Texas with Marilyn Putnam (Mrs. Stone); Frances Waller (Bridget); Rebecca Hargis (Emily Bently); Mary Finney (Louisa Hackett); Romola Robb (Norah Despard); Edwin Whitney (Dr. Bianconi) and Clinton Anderson (Mr. Turtle) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. Jed Mace was production manager. Richard Bernstein was technical director. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Rebecca Hargis and Charles Braswell were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1948 to June 1949) He played Yacov in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Sea Gull," at the Theatre '49 in Dallas, Texas with Charles Braswell (Semyon Medvedenko); Rebecca Hargis (Masha); Harold Webster (Peter Sorin); John Hudson (Constantine Trepleff); Frances Waller (Nina Zaryechny); Romola Robb (Pauline Andreyevna); Wilson Brooks (Eugene Dorn); Clinton Anderson (Ilya Shamreyoff); Mary Finney (Irina Arcadina) and Edwin Whitney (Boris Trigorin) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. Jed Mace was production manager. Richard Bernstein was technical director. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Rebecca Hargis and Charles Braswell were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer. Stark Young was translator.
  • (November 1948 to June 1949) He played Tony Lumpkin in Oliver Goldsmith's play, "She Stoops to Conquer," at the Theatre '49 in Dallas, Texas with Mary Finney (Mrs. Hardcastle); Edwin Whitney (Mr. Hardcastle); Frances Waller (Kate Hardcastle); Romola Robb (Constance Neville); Jack Boisseau (First Fellow); Bob Hartson (Second Fellow); Charles Braswell (Landlord); John Hudson (Young Charles Marlow); Wilson Brooks (George Hastings); Clinton Anderson (Diggory); Tom Ruisinger (Roger); Bill Adair (Thomas) Rebecca Hargis (Maid) and Harold Webster (Sir Charles Marlow) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Mannin Gurian was business manager. Jed Mace was production manager. Richard Bernstein was technical director. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Rebecca Hargis and Charles Braswell were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.
  • (November 1948 to June 1949) He played Mr. Crittenden in Dorothy Parker and Ross Evans' play, "The Coast Of Illyria," at the Theatre '49 in Dallas, Texas with Romola Robb (Mary Lamb); Wilson Brooks (Charles Lamb); Margaret McDonald (Becky); Rebecca Hargis (Emma Isola); Edwin Whitner (Coleridge); Frances Waller (Fanny Kelly); Harold Webster (George Dyer); Mary Finney (Mrs. Kelly); Clinton Anderson (William Hazlitt); John Hudson (Thomas DeQuincey) and Edythe Chan (Mrs. Crittenden) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Manning Gurian was business manager. Jed Mace was production manager. Richard Bernstein was technical director. Jonathan Seymour was production and stage manager. J.B. Tad Adoue III was company manager. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Marilyn Putnam was technical assistant. Rebecca Hargis and Charles Braswell were production assistants. Billie Baker was treasurer.

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