Acclaimed Canadian actor whose more than fifty-year career included Stratford Festival performances of King Lear and Long Day's Journey into Night and film roles in Cover Girl and The Statement.
He worked for five years as a World War II medic. He later graduated from Trinity College.
A bridge in downtown Stratford, Ontario was named in his honor.
He and his two siblings were raised in Toronto, Ontario. He was an openly gay man.
He appeared alongside actor Michael Caine in the 2003 film The Statement.