(not to be confused with an earlier actor with this name born in 1879, Richard Carlyle)
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He had a prolific career going back to the 1950s appearing in a variety of theater productions and as a character actor on numerous television series. He was Rezin Bowie in The Iron Mistress in 1952 and Commander Don Adams in the 1959 Oscar-nominated war drama Torpedo Run starring Glenn Ford. He was also a long-time member of the Los Angeles theater company Theatre West.
- Richard Carlyle at Internet Broadway Database (IBDb.com) *note IBDb has blended credits of the two Richard Carlyles. All credits before 1949 are to the Richard Carlyle born in 1879
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