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Character actor, Frank Conroy, was born Frank Parish Conroy on Oct 14, 1890 in Derby, England. Conroy died at the age of 73 on Feb 24, 1964 in Paramus, NJ .

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Mr. Arnold: My name's Arnold. I'm stage manager here, and this opera is going on tonight even if Frankenstein walks in.


Gaius Tanno: You remind me of an acrobat in the arena walking on a rope stretched high in the air.
Marcus: Walking on a rope?
Gaius Tanno: Yes, a rope no wider than my thumb.
Marcus: [laughing] I'm not walking on a rope.
Gaius Tanno: Oh, yes, you are. Every poor man is. You think you're balanced nicely, but only money can make you safe. Some little unexpected thing, and you're down... smashed!


Mr. Arnold: Did you ever see a baritone you could trust?


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English-born character actor who played figures of authority. Easily his best performance was as the hate-driven former Confederate Major Tetley, leading the lynch mob in 'The Ox-Bow Incident' (1943).

Received the 1957 'Supporting or Featured Actor (Dramatic)' Tony Award for his performance in Graham Greene's "The Potting Shed".

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