David Rounds

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David Rounds (October 9, 1930, Bronxville, New York – December 9, 1983, Lomontville, Ulster County, New York) was an American actor of stage and screen. He received both a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award in 1980 for his role in Morning's at Seven. He served as a lieutenant in the United States Navy during the Korean War.

Rounds played several reoccurring television roles, including appearing in two episodes of the sitcom Alice. He played Christopher Spencer in the miniseries The Blue and The Grey. His last New York appearance was in the one-man show Herringbone at Playwrights Horizons a year before his death from cancer at age 53.[1]

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  1. ^ Carol Lawson (December 10, 1983). "David Rounds, Tony Winner". Obituary: David Rounds. Retrieved April 19, 2016. 

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