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Roger Booth

Roger Booth


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Nesdon Booth was widely known for his acting on the big screen. Early on in his acting career, Booth landed roles in various films, including the Robert Taylor crime feature "Rogue Cop" (1954), "Pete Kelly's Blues" (1955) with Jack Webb and the Audrey Hepburn musical comedy "Funny Face" (1957). He also appeared in "Raintree County" (1957), the crime flick "Reform School Girl" (1957) with Gloria Castillo and "The Brothers Rico" (1957). His film career continued throughout the fifties and the sixties in productions like "Cattle Empire" (1958) with Joel McCrea, "Too Much, Too Soon" (1958) and the western "Rio Bravo" (1959) with John Wayne. He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "One-Eyed Jacks" (1960) with Marlon Brando. He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "The Twilight Zone" (CBS, 1959-1964). In the sixties through the nineties, Booth lent his talents to projects like "Sam Hill" (NBC, 1960-61), "Gun Street" (1962) and "The Size of Watermelons" (1996) starring Paul Rudd. His credits also expanded to "How to Be A Player" (1997) starring Bill Bellamy and "The Murder in China Basin" with Elizabeth Rossa (1999). Booth most recently worked on "12" (2001) with Alison Elliott.

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