John Sylvester White
|John Sylvester White|
October 31, 1919|
|Died||September 11, 1988
|Years active||1951–1952; 1970–1983|
He was best known for his starring role as "Keith Barron" on the television soap opera Search for Tomorrow from 1951 to 1952, and many years later, to a different generation as the crabby, diminutive high school Assistant Principal "Mr. Woodman", on the sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter, from 1975 until 1979. He was also the first husband of Joan Stanton who was known as Joan Alexander in the 1940s when she was the voice of Lois Lane on the radio version of “The Adventures of Superman”. The couple was married in 1944 and were later divorced.
John Sylvester White was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania but grew up in the new town of Colmar Manor, Maryland, a bedroom community suburb of northeast Washington, D.C., where his father, an attorney also of the same name, was elected the first mayor of the community in July, 1927.
- John Sylvester White at the Internet Movie Database
- John S. White, Actor's Father, First Mayor of Town of Colmar Manor, Maryland, 1927
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