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Birth Name: Carroll O'Connor
Born: 08/02/1924
Birth Place: Bronx, New York, USA
Death Place: Culver City, California, USA
Died: 06/21/2001

It was a long road to such stardom. O'Connor had studied in Ireland and performed on stage in Dublin and other parts of Europe, before returning to the U.S. in the early 1950s. Work was scarce, but beginning in the early 60s, he began winning supporting parts in feature films and guest appearances on TV series. In 1961 alone, O'Connor could be seen in "By Love Possessed", "A Fever in the Blood" and "Parrish" on the big screen, and a year later he was in "Alcoa Premiere" and "The Dick Powell Show" on the small screen. Although he made his first TV pilot in 1963 with "Luxury Liner" for NBC, and appeared in "Cleopatra" that same year, possibly O'Connor's best-known role in the 60s was Charles B... Continue Bio >>

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