Morse made his film debut in 1956's The Proud and Profane. In addition to reprising his Tony-winning role in the 1967 film version of How to Succeed in Business, for director David Swift, Morse appeared as Walter Matthau's philandering buddy/advisor in the Gene Kelly-directed A Guide for the Married Man and in the cult favorite The Loved One.
On television, Morse appeared in a continuing role in the medical drama City of Angels, and in an Oliver Stone miniseries Wild Palms, among various memorable television guest appearances.
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Robert Morse Facts
|May 18, 1931 (92)
|Newton, Massachusetts, USA
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