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Gene Barry
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    (June 14, 1919-December 9, 2009)
    Birth name is Eugene Klass
    Acted in 'The War of the Worlds (1953),' 'The War of the Worlds (2005),' 'The Atomic City,' 'Soldier of Fortune (1955),' 'Hong Kong Confidential (1958),' 'Subterfuge (1969)' and 'The Secong Coming of Suzanne'
    He portrayed Bat Masterson in the television show 'Bat Masterson'
    He portrayed Amos Burke in the television show 'Burkes Law'
    Father of director Michael Barry
    He preached his political views.
    Very few people recognized him in the 2005 'War of the Worlds.'
    He sang the Löwenbräu Beer jingle in the 80's, 'Let it be Lowenbrau.'
    He chose his name as a tribute to actor John Barrymore.
    He was an ordained Orthodox Rabbi.
    He was a respected stage actor and Tony award nominee.
    He was a campaigner for Robert Kennedy and was even present at his assassination.
    He stayed married to Betty Claire from 1944 until her death in 2003.
    He was a skilled violinist and singer.
    He adopted a daughter.

Credit: New Zealand History X

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