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an American Following his graduation from high school in 1935, Kenneth entered the University of California, Berkeley with intentions to pursue a career in law until he began to dabble in acting at the school's theater.

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After appearing in a 1943 film short, The Man of the Ferry, he made his Hollywood film debut in the 1947 Hopalong Cassidy western Dangerous Venture. 'active' : ''"> (December 6, 1916 Hingham-February 9, 2002 Northridge) Try again later.

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In 1951, Tobey was cast in Howard Hawks' production The Thing from Another World. GREAT NEWS!

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Demetria Fulton previewed Tobey's appearance in Barnaby Jones; episode titled, "Fantasy of Fear"(02/25/1975). Are you sure that you want to remove this flower?

also known as Milton Berlinger, Mendel Berlinger, Berle, Milton, Uncle Miltie, Mr. Television, The Boy Wonder, The Thief of Bad Gags or Mr. and Mrs. Milton Berle (April 9, 1935 Chicago-January 7, 2002 Los Angeles) also known as Edward Vincent Bracken or Eddie [3] Throughout the 1940s, with the exception of his time in military service, Tobey acted on Broadway and in summer stock. film producer, television producer and actor. a.k.a.

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(February 7, 1915 Astoria-November 14, 2002 Glen Ridge) During the course of his career, he accumulated scores of guest roles on television. (September 19, 1929 Cleveland-February 24, 2002 Pacifica) "Tobey had a wonderful, understated kind of style as an actor.". actor and theatre director.

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He had He was an army colonel in The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953) and received top billing in It Came From Beneath the Sea (1955) as the captain of a naval submarine who first spots a mutant killer octopus (with five tentacles) in the Pacific Ocean. James H. Coburn IV and Lisa Coburn.

After Bowie's death in the series at the Battle of the Alamo, Tobey played a second character, Jocko, in the two final episodes of Davy Crockett.

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