Gene Nelson Overview:

Actor, Gene Nelson, was born Leander Eugene Berg on Mar 24, 1920 in Seattle, WA. Nelson died at the age of 76 on Sep 16, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA .

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Steve Lacey: How come the smart guys are inside and the dopes outside?


Don Weston: Why d'you eat that rabbit food? You oughta have something solid.
Angela Gardner: I've got to watch my figure.
Don Weston: You eat. Let me watch it.


Ellen Lacey: But you haven't done anything! You're innocent!
Steve Lacey: Once you do a stretch, you're never clean again! You're never free! They've always got a string on you, and they tug, tug, tug! Before you know it, you're back again!


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He can be seen as one of the anonymous studio executives in the trailer for the original 1947 version of Miracle on 34th Street (1947),.

Nominated for a 1972 Tony Award for Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for his performance as Buddy in the original production of "Follies."

Made his professional stage debut as a member of the Fanchon and Marco Juvenile Revue at the Paramount Theater in Los Angeeles in 1935. He also studied tap with Nick Castle.

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