He started his working life onstage with Eva Le Gallienne and Orson Welles; acted in films by Welles, Chaplin, Renoir, and Hitchcock (he was the villain in Saboteur); produced and directed episodes of Hitchcock’s TV series (which saved him from the blacklist); had a key role in the primetime medical drama St. Elsewhere; and racked up countless other credits on both sides of the camera and the theater stage. He played his final role, in the Amy Schumer vehicle Trainwreck, at age 100. – The Washington Post

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