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Richard Egan

Richard EganBorn: 29-Jul-1921
Birthplace: San Francisco, CA
Died: 20-Jul-1987
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Prostate
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Samuel Clegg on Capitol

Military service: US Army (WWII, Captain)

Brother: Willis Egan (Jesuit)
Girlfriend: Susan Hayward (actress)
Wife: Patricia Hardy (m. 7-Jun-1958, until his death, five children)
Daughter: Maureen Egan

    High School: St Ignatius Preparatory School, San Francisco, CA
    University: University of San Francisco
    University: BA, University of San Francisco
    University: MA Theatre History, Stanford University (1948)
    University: Northwestern University

    Golden Globe 1954 Most Promising Newcomer

    Capitol Samuel Clegg II (1982-87)
    Redigo Jim Redigo (1963)
    Empire Jim Redigo (1962-63)

    The Amsterdam Kill (26-Dec-1977)
    Day of the Wolves (1973)
    The House That Would Not Die (27-Oct-1970)
    The Big Cube (30-Apr-1969)
    The Destructors (Jan-1968)
    Chubasco (Jun-1967)
    Valley of Mystery (21-Apr-1967)
    Fanfare for a Death Scene (1964)
    The 300 Spartans (1962)
    Esther and the King (18-Nov-1960)
    Pollyanna (19-May-1960)
    A Summer Place (22-Oct-1959) · Ken Jorgenson
    These Thousand Hills (6-May-1959)
    The Hunters (26-Aug-1958)
    Voice in the Mirror (13-Aug-1958)
    Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (1-Sep-1957) · Bill Keating
    Love Me Tender (15-Nov-1956) · Vance
    Tension at Table Rock (3-Oct-1956) · Wes Tancred
    The Revolt of Mamie Stover (11-May-1956)
    The View from Pompey's Head (4-Nov-1955)
    Seven Cities of Gold (Sep-1955) · Jose Mendoza
    Violent Saturday (Apr-1955)
    Untamed (1-Mar-1955)
    Underwater! (9-Feb-1955) · Johnny
    Khyber Patrol (4-Sep-1954) · Cameron
    Demetrius and the Gladiators (18-Jun-1954) · Dardanius
    Gog (5-Jun-1954)
    Wicked Woman (9-Dec-1953)
    The Kid from Left Field (Jul-1953) · Billy Lorant
    The Glory Brigade (20-May-1953) · Sgt. Johnson
    Split Second (2-May-1953) · Dr. Garven
    Blackbeard, the Pirate (25-Dec-1952) · Briggs
    The Devil Makes Three (19-Sep-1952) · Lt. Parker
    One Minute to Zero (Aug-1952) · Capt. Ralston
    Cripple Creek (1-Jul-1952)
    The Battle at Apache Pass (1952) · Sgt. Reuben Bernard
    Flame of Araby (19-Dec-1951)
    Bright Victory (16-Jul-1951) · Sgt. John Masterson
    Up Front (5-Mar-1951)
    Highway 301 (1-Dec-1950)
    Kansas Raiders (20-Nov-1950)
    Undercover Girl (2-Nov-1950)
    Wyoming Mail (10-Oct-1950) · Beale
    The Damned Don't Cry (7-Apr-1950) · Roy
    The Good Humor Man (24-Mar-1950)

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