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Mark Stevens Overview:

Actor, Mark Stevens, was born Richard William Stevens on Dec 13, 1916 in Cleveland, OH. Stevens died at the age of 77 on Sep 15, 1994 in Majores, Spain .

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

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: Patience is Poison!

By Mark on Mar 13, 2013 From Where Danger Lives

IT’S EASY TO FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE LIVES OF THE A-LISTERS. They have biographers and publicists. They’re the subject of countless scholarly books and magazine articles. Cagney, Bogart, Lancaster, Mitchum? No problem. It’s more difficult with a guy like , who nev... Read full article


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Mark Stevens Quotes:

Bradford Galt: One thing led to another, and he led with his right.


Bradford Galt: I can be framed easier than "Whistler's Mother".


Capt. James Marshall: There's a British fleet sitting outside Salem harbor right now.
Col. Rogers: And the French coast will be blockaded by the time you get there.
Capt. James Marshall: I'm not worried about getting in, Colonel. It's getting back with ten million in gold bullion. That's a big risk.
Chairman Caleb Parsons: It's a risk that must be taken, Jim. It can mean the difference between winning and losing the war. Now, what about it?
Capt. James Marshall: We might be able to do it - with the help of one man.


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An instinctive rebellious nature had him kicked out of every school he ever attended, public or private.

Honored with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, located at 6637 Hollywood Blvd.

Became a contract player for Warners at $100 a week in 1943 but they changed his looks and his stage name. They darkened and straightened his curly ginger-colored hair and covered his freckles. At first he was billed as Stephen Richards, later changed it to Mark Stevens at the suggestion of Darryl F. Zanuck when he switched to 20th Century-Fox.

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