Birth Place: Glen Cove, New York, USA
Death Place: San Fernando Valley, California, USA
In 1964, Remsen's burgeoning career in features and TV was derailed by an accident on the set of a TV show in which he was performing. He made a handful of appearances during the next decade, but Remsen worked primarily during this period as a casting director for MGM Television, Lorimar, Spelling-Goldberg Productions and Quinn Martin Productions.
The early 70s saw not only the gradual return of Remsen the actor, but also the start of one of his most important creative collaborations. Robert Altman first cast Remsen in a small role in his striking, satirical fantasy "Brewster McCloud" (1970); the actor subsequently appeared in most of Altman's 70s films, including in "McCabe and Mrs. Mill... Continue Bio >>
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