Gordon Connell

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Gordon Connell (born March 19, 1923) is an American musical theatre and television actor. Born as William Gordon Connell in Berkeley, California, Gordon married Jane Sperry Bennett (aka Jane Connell), also a native of Berkeley. He and his wife began their career by performing at such San Francisco night clubs as The Purple Onion and The Hungry I. They eventually moved to New York City. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, he performed in revues at the Tamiment Playhouse in the Poconos and in several of the Julius Monk nightclub revues at Upstairs at the Downstairs, including Monk's "Pieces of Eight" and "Dressed to the Nines". He made his Broadway debut in Subways Are For Sleeping in 1961. Additional stage credits include Hello, Dolly!, Big River and The Human Comedy. Gordon and Jane Connell appeared together on Broadway twice: in a musical version of Lysistrata (1972) and The Good Doctor (1998). His television credits include Green Acres, The Love Boat, The Jeffersons, The Incredible Hulk, and Sex and the City. His sole feature film appearance was a small role in Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby.
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