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Actor, Gary Lockwood, was born John Gary Yurosek on Feb 21, 1937 in Van Nuys, CA. As of December 2019, Gary Lockwood was 82 years old.

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Gary Lockwood Quotes:

Danny Burke: You didn't tell me she was put together like that!
Mike Edwards: Can't you tell a nice girl when you meet one?
Danny Burke: Oh oh! Now he's a cub scout. What happened, somebody steal your wolf whistle?


Lola aka Cecile: [Lola is modeling for George, whose photo session is just about over] You have only one left. If you want me to do anything...
George Matthews: I like what I've got.
Lola aka Cecile: You don't seem particularly interested in photography.
George Matthews: I'm not. I'm more interested in you. Besides, I don't think the guys who come here give a damn for the art of photography, do they?
Lola aka Cecile: I don't judge the customers. It's not my concern.
George Matthews: It's kind of degrading work, isn't it? Why do you do it?
Lola aka Cecile: To make my living... But I don't like this word, "degrading." After all, I don't know what YOU do, to make your living.
Lola aka Cecile: Me? Nothing, right now.
Lola aka Cecile: [laughs somewhat mockingly] Then you don't run the risk of degrading yourself by working.
George Matthews: You're French.
Lola aka Cecile: As you can hear.
George Matthews: I followed you this morning.
Lola aka Cecile: Yes, I know... Good-bye.
George Matthews: Good-bye.


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Gary Lockwood Facts
One of his most memorable TV roles, and one of the most memorable on the series, was on a 1969 episode of "Love, American Style" (1969) in which he plays a guy who is told his mouth is too small. To test it out, he accidentally wraps his mouth around a doorknob and gets stuck! His co-star in that episode was none other than his wife at the time, Stefanie Powers.

Reliable over the years for playing boyish-faced bullies in westerns and police dramas.

Best remembered today as astronaut Frank Poole in the Stanley Kubrick futuristic epic 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).

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