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Also Known As: William Phillips Died: March 9, 1943
Born: April 10, 1864 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Nevada City, California, USA Profession: actor

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Sarah Marshall began acting at the tender age of 16. Marshall began her acting career appearing mainly in films, such as "The Long, Hot Summer" (1958) with Paul Newman, the comedic adaptation "Wild and Wonderful" (1964) with Tony Curtis and the Suzanne Pleshette dramatic adaptation "A Rage to Live" (1965). She worked in television in her early acting career as well, including a part on "The Twilight Zone" (CBS, 1959-1964). She continued to work steadily in film throughout the sixties and the seventies, appearing in the Roddy McDowall comedy adaptation "Lord Love a Duck" (1966) and the action film "Embassy" (1973) with Richard Roundtree. She also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Star Trek" (NBC, 1966-69). She also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Cheers" (NBC, 1982-1993). She also had a part in the TV miniseries "People vs. Jean Harris" (1980-81). Marshall last acted in "Dangerous Minds" (1995). Marshall passed away in January 2014 at the age of 81.

Sarah Marshall began acting at the tender age of 16. Marshall began her acting career appearing mainly in films, such as "The Long, Hot Summer" (1958) with Paul Newman, the comedic adaptation "Wild and Wonderful" (1964) with Tony Curtis and the Suzanne Pleshette dramatic adaptation "A Rage to Live" (1965). She worked in television in her early acting career as well, including a part on "The Twilight Zone" (CBS, 1959-1964). She continued to work steadily in film throughout the sixties and the seventies, appearing in the Roddy McDowall comedy adaptation "Lord Love a Duck" (1966) and the action film "Embassy" (1973) with Richard Roundtree. She also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Star Trek" (NBC, 1966-69). She also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Cheers" (NBC, 1982-1993). She also had a part in the TV miniseries "People vs. Jean Harris" (1980-81). Marshall last acted in "Dangerous Minds" (1995). Marshall passed away in January 2014 at the age of 81.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Behind Prison Walls (1943) James J. "J. J." MacGlennon
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 Hitler's Madman (1943) Professor
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 This Gun for Hire (1942) Alvin Brewster
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 Moontide (1942) Mr. Simpson
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 Ball of Fire (1942) Prof. Robinson
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 For Beauty's Sake (1941) Julius H. Pringle
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 Sergeant York (1941) Uncle Lige
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 Youth Will Be Served (1940) Rufus Britt
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Education

University of Santa Clara: Santa Clara , California -

Contributions

Tony Scott ( 2006-03-17 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Married to writer Marion Fairfax, Tully was one of the busiest character actors in Hollywood, appearing as villains and tramps he was a master at stealing scenes from leading men. He attended the University of Santa Clara and first appeared on stage in 1890. He started making films in 1914, usually playing drunks or grandfatherly type roles. Like Charles Coburn, Marshall seems to have been born old. Marshall played in films right up till the time of his death from a heart and lung ailment.

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