Joe Dorsey

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Joe Dorsey
Born 1925 (age 89–90)
United States
Occupation Actor

Joe Dorsey (born 1925) is an American character actor.[1]

Dorsey is perhaps best known for such films as Grizzly,[1] as Coach Spinks, alongside Robert Duvall in The Great Santini,[1] as well as co-starring with Christopher Walken in Brainstorm.[1]

Dorsey has also been seen in many shows and films from the 1970s into the 1990s that also included Norma Rae, WarGames, Real Genius and Code of Vengeance.

He made his final film appearance in the 1997 independent film Killing Midnight which was directed by his son Alexander.[citation needed]

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