Bradford Dillman Dies: Star Of Broadway, Film And TV Was 87
Actor Bradford Dillman, who starred on Broadway, film and TV, has died. He was 87 and suffered complications from pneumonia.
Actor Bradford Dillman, who starred as Edmund in the original Broadway production of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night and had an impressive film and TV career, has died. He was 87 and suffered complications from pneumonia, according to Ted Gekis of Gekis-Ribera personal management.Dillman was also known as the co-star with Dean Stockwell in the 1959 crime drama Compulsion, where he played killer Arthur A. Straus, a role modeled after the Leopold & Loeb case from the 1920s, where...
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