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6.  He and Elizabeth Taylor starred in 11 movies together.

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7.)  He and Tom Jones were born in the same village in Wales.

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8) Welsh actor Anthony Hopkins was also born in the same county as Tom Jones and Richard Burton also.

Hopkins credits Richard Burton's success with giving him the initial desire to become an actor.

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9. He replaced Anthony Hopkins in the original Broadway production of Peter Shaffer's Equus.

 

 

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10.)  He and Peter O'Toole were tied for the greatest number of Oscar nominations.

Next:   Tab Hunter

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1.  Tab Hunter was born Arthur Andrew Kelm .  

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2.)    His first movie was "Island of Desire"  with Linda Darnell.

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3) Before his Hollywood success, Tab was a competitive figure skater. His figure skating prowess was featured in a classic TV special that he starred in during the early 60s.

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4. Had a hit in 1957 with the single "Young Love"

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5.)  He recorded "Young Love" for Dot Records.   When it became such a big hit, Warner Brothers would not let him record anything else for that company.  It was then that the studio created its own record label and he continued his singing career with them.

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7.) He often said that he felt his best acting was in "Gunman's Walk".

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8.   In his 2005 memoir, "Tab Hunter Confidential:  The Making of a Movie Star," he revealed his relationship with Anthony Perkins.

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9) He was nervous about his first on screen kiss with Linda Darnell in Island Of Desire. She helped him along and when it was done, she said, "That was nice"

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10.)  In the 1960's, he had his own television show.

Next:   Robert Wagner

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1.   Wagner was married four times: Marion Marshall (1963-1971) who was also Stanley Donen's ex; Natalie Wood (1957-62 & 1972-1981); Jill St. John (1990 -present)

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2.)  In the early part of his career, his movies were made at 20th Century Fox.

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4.  Recently participated in the HBO documentary "Natalie Wood:  What Remains Behind."   Wagner is interviewed by his stepdaughter, Natasha Gregson Wagner, about his relationship with Natalie Wood including the night she died. 

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5.)  In "A Kiss Before Dying" he made a very rare appearance as the bad guy.

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6.  Was nominated for an Emmy in 1970 for To Catch a Thief.  He was also nominated for 6  Golden Globes including New Star of the Year in 1953.   He lost to Richard Burton.

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8. Wagner says he was bullied and humiliated by director John Ford during the filming of What Price Glory? (1952)

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Has a career similar to that of JAMES GARNER.  Wagner appeared in movies and on television with regularity.   

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