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Philip Abbott Overview:

Character actor, Philip Abbott, was born on Mar 21, 1923 in Lincoln, NE. Abbott appeared in over 120 film and TV roles. Abbott died at the age of 74 on Feb 23, 1998 in Tarzana, CA .

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Philip Abbott attended Fordham University and studied acting at the Pasadena Playhouse. Abbott made his Broadway debut in January 1948 in Harvest of Years, and in 1950 co-starred in the national touring company of Detective Story. His most memorable roles include groom-to-be Arnold Craig in The Bachelor Party (film debut 1957), Dr. George Scudder in Sweet Bird of Youth (1962), and his TV role as Assistant Director Arthur Ward in The FBI (1965 to 1974).

(Source: article by Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub).

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Philip Abbott Quotes:

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Robby the Robot: Pardon me, sir. My basic directive.
Dr. Tom Merrinoe: Have an apple, Timmie. - Robbie.


Chance Wayne: George, George. You're the only grown man I know that still says "gee" and "golly" and "gosh."
Dr. George Scudder: Well, I'm not as sophisticated as you.


Dr. Tom Merrinoe: In order to equal the number of neuronic circuits in my own cerebral cortex we'd be obliged to build something slightly larger than the planet Jupiter.


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Was survived by sister Mary and brothers J.C. and Robert.

Studied at Fordham University and the Pasadena Playhouse, Abbott was a co-founder of Theatre West, a Los Angeles stage company. His work there included "The Web and the Rock," "O' Socrates," "Sonata for Rimbaud" and a critically acclaimed adaptation of Robert Frost's poem "Promises to Keep".

He served as the honorary mayor of Tarzana in the early 1970s, and served terms as the president and board chairman of the Los Angeles United Cerebral Palsy-Spastic Children's Foundation.

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