Paul Sorensen

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Paul Sorensen (May 1, 1926 - July 17, 2008) was an American film, theater and television actor who appeared in literally hundreds roles during his career, including The Brady Bunch and Dallas. He was frequently cast in Westerns or as a police officer. Sorenson was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He moved to Hollywood, California, in 1945 and enrolled in the Pasadena Playhouse. He graduated from the Playhouse two years later in 1947. (He was honored by the Pasadena Playhouse with a lifetime achievement award later in his life.) Sorenson served with the United States military during the Korean War. He returned to California following the war and continued acting. A talent agent signed Sorenson after watching him perform in a theater production of Born Yesterday. As a result, Sorensen was cast in his first television role in the 1954-1955 series, Stories of the Century, a syndicated western program starring and narrated by Jim Davis. One of Sorensen's best known characters was a recurring role as Andy Bradley, a member of an oil cartel, on Dallas. He also appeared in recurring television roles in The Brady Bunch, Barnaby Jones and My Three Sons.
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