Producer of "I Spy," "The Dick Van Dyke Show," and "The Andy Griffith Show"; shaped the TV experiences of many generations.
He started out working on Wall Street, but lost his job in the Crash of '29.
He played gangsters or bad guys in such films as "It's a Wonderful Life" from 1947, "To Have and Have Not" from 1944, and "Guys and Dolls" from 1955.
He was married to Frances Bober on June 28, 1931, and they had two children together.
He had a recurring role on "The Jack Benny Show," starring legendary comedian Jack Benny.
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