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Born: November 8, 1914 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Jersey City, New Jersey, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1964:
Directed "The Jar" episode for "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" (CBS), one of Hitchcock's personal favorites
1993:
Last feature (to date) Martin Scorsese's "The Age of Innocence"
1939:
Made TV debut in "Streets of New York" (NBC)
1932:
New York stage debut in "Liliom"
2000:
Played the president of Wossamotta U in "The Adventure of Rocky and Bullwinkle"
1977:
Returned to feature acting after 25-year absence with roles in "FM" and "Audrey Rose"
1998:
Returned to series TV as co-star of the UPN drama "7 Days"; role made recurring for the 2000-2001 season
1935:
Broadway debut, "Noah"
1942:
Film acting debut, "Saboteur", directed by Alfred Hitchcock
2000:
Had featured role in the CBS presentation "Fail Safe"
1972:
Produced and directed for "Hollywood Television Theatre", a product of KCET (the public broadcasting station in Los Angeles); eventually became executive producer for series
1995:
Acted in "The Omen" (NBC), a pilot based on the 1976 feature film directed by Richard Donner; not picked up
1945:
Acted in Jean Renoir's "The Southerner"
:
Co-starred in NBC medical drama "St. Elsewhere" as Dr. Daniel Auschlander
1952:
Directed "Mr. Lincoln", written by James Agee for first season of "Omnibus" (NBC)
1989:
Played the headmaster in Peter Weir's "Dead Poets Society"
1950:
TV directoral debut, "Revue" (CBS)
1957:
TV producing debut (as associate producer), "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" (CBS); became producer in 1962 and executive producer in 1963
1952:
Acted in Charlie Chaplin's "Limelight"; last feature for 25 years
1937:
Co-founded Mercury Theater with Orson Welles and John Houseman
1950:
Played the Fool to Lewis Calhern's "King Lear" on the New York stage
1945:
Reteamed with Hitchcock for "Spellbound"
1948:
Stage directoral debut, "The Road to Rome"

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