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Bert Conway

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Biography

Orange, New Jersey, USA
Born in Orange, New Jersey, Conway was the son of vaudevillians -- his father was an acrobat and juggler, his mother, a singer and pianist. Conway studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse School in New York. In 1937, he joined the Group Theater as an assistant stage manager and had a walk-on part as a boxing arena employee in Harold Clurman's original 1937 staging of Clifford Odets' "Golden Boy." Within a year, Conway was playing a lead, as a reform school youth in "Dance Night," staged by Lee Strasberg. Read more...

Actor

Character: ATC Sergeant

The Best Years of Our Lives 1946

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Character: Tommy Lake

New Orleans 1947

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Character: Nifty Mulligan

The Waltons 1971

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Character: Loafer

Pinky 1949

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Character: Billy Hebb

The Reivers 1969

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