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Lloyd Nolan
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    (August 11, 1902-September 27, 1985)
    Born in San Francisco, California
    Portrayed private investigator Michael Shayne in seven films (1940-42)
    Appeared in the films ‘G-Men’ (1935), ‘Every Day’s a Holiday’ (1937), ‘King of Alcatraz’ (1938), ‘Gangs of Chicago’ (1940), ‘Bataan’ (1943), ‘The House on 92nd Street’ (1945), ‘A Tree Grows in Brooklyn’ (1945), ‘Lady in the Lake’ (1947), ‘The Lemon Drop Kid’ (1951), ‘Peyton Place’ (1957), ‘Susan Slade’ (1961), ‘Circus World’ (1964), ‘Ice Station Zebra’ (1968), ‘Airport’ (1970), ‘Earthquake’ (1974), and ‘Hannah and Her Sisters’ (1986)
    Portrayed Dr. Morton Chegley in Julia
    Appeared on Broadway as Lt. Commander Philip Queeg in ‘The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial’ (1954-55)
    He flunked out of Stanford his freshman year ‘because I never got around to attending any other class but dramatics.’
    He was a native Californian with a Bronx accent.
    Most of his leading film roles were in B-movies.
    Humphrey Bogart replaced him as Queeq when ‘The Caine Mutiny’ was turned into a movie.
    He won a New York Drama Critics Award for ‘The Caine Mutiny Court Martial,’ then won an Emmy for the same role when it was made as an episode of ‘Ford Star Theater.’
    He founded the Jay Nolan Autistic Center in honor of his son.
    He convinced then-governor Ronald Reagan to sign the bill mandating that California provide education for autistic children.

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