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Warren Stevens

Performer
( b. Nov 02, 1919 Clark's Summit, Pennsylvania, USA - d. Mar 27, 2012 Sherman Oaks, California, USA ) Male
Warren Albert Stevens was born in Clarks Summit, Pa. By his early 20s, he was acting in summer stock in Virginia.

After serving as a pilot in the Army Air Forces during World War II, he came to New York and joined the Actors Studio. He soon had roles on Broadway in Galileo, Sundown Beach and The Smile of the World, and in radio soap operas including “The Aldrich Family.”

Stevens became a versatile and ubiquitous presence on television in the ’50s. He played three different characters on episodes of “Have Gun, Will Travel” between 1957 and 1963; three different characters on “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea” between 1965 and 1967; four characters on “Bonanza” between 1965 and 1970; and four on “Ironside” between 1967 and 1975.

Among his more than 40 films, Mr. Stevens also had roles in “The Barefoot Contessa,” “Gunpoint,” “Madigan,” “Red Skies of Montana” and “Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell.”

In recent years, he appeared with Lou Diamond Phillips, Ernest Borgnine and Lee Majors in the 2004 western “The Trail to Hope Rose” on the Hallmark Channel and in a 2006 episode of “ER.”

Source: The New York Times










Productions Date of Productions
Detective Story
[Play, Drama, Melodrama, Original]
  • Performer: Warren Stevens [Arthur Kindred]
Mar 23, 1949 - Aug 12, 1950
The Smile of the World
[Play, Original]
  • Performer: Warren Stevens [Sam Fenn]
Jan 12, 1949 - Jan 15, 1949
Sundown Beach
[Play, Original]
  • Performer: Warren Stevens [Arthur Bond]
Sep 07, 1948 - Sep 11, 1948
Six O'Clock Theatre
[Play, One Act, Original]
  • Performer: Warren Stevens [Sonny]
Apr 11, 1948 - Apr 18, 1948
Galileo
[Play, Original]
  • Performer: Warren Stevens [Informer]
Dec 07, 1947 - Dec 14, 1947
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