Actor | Producer | Soundtrack
Appeared on Broadway for the second (and last) time as "Lennie" in John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" in 1937, which established him as an actor. One of his co-stars was Will Geer.
My trademarks are a hoarse, grating voice and the face of a retired pugilist: small narrowed eyes set in puffy features which look as though they might, years ago, have lost on points.
Probably best known for the "10-4" sign off on his patrol car radio in the TV series Highway Patrol (1955) of the '50s.
William Broderick Crawford
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Rancho Mirage, California, USA
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