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Hal England (Harold F. England)

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Biography

Kings Mountain, North Carolina, USA
Leading man of the American stage who played occasional character roles in film and television. England was a native of King's Mountain, North Carolina and a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He made his Broadway debut in 1958, directed by Alfred Drake in "Love Me Little." He followed this with a success in "Say, Darling", written and directed by Abe Burrows, who England credited as his mentor. He understudied Robert Morse in the lead of "How to Succeed in Business...Without Really Trying", playing Jenkins for a year on Broadway and then taking the lead role of J. Read more...

Actor

Character: Brother

Hang 'Em High 1968

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Character: General Telephone

Going Under 1990

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Character: Maj. Dunlap

Here's Lucy 1968

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Character: Carl Bruin

McMillan & Wife 1971

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Character: Dr. Clay Schedler

The Bold Ones: The New Doctors 1969

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Character: Victor Hoagland

Charlie's Angels 1976

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Character: Red Squirrelton

My Favorite Martian 1963

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Character: Bill Kebner

Medical Center 1969

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Character: McElwayne

Eight Is Enough 1977

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