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Scott Gregory Marlowe (born Ronald Richard DeLeo; November 28, 1932 – January 6, 2001) was an American film, stage and television actor.

Marlowe was born Ronald DeLeo in Newark, New Jersey, the son of Emil and Constance Severini DeLeo. He had a half-sister, Claudia, and half-brothers Dean and Robert, known as the guitarist and bassist of the popular grunge band Stone Temple Pilots. He debuted on television in 1951 on Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (1950–52) in the episode "Hostage" (June 8, 1951)

His first feature film role was in the 1954 production of Attila. Two years later, he starred as John Goodwin in an episode "In Summer Promise" on General Electric Theater. He appeared as Jimmy Budd, along with Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy Davis, in the episode "The Long Shadow" in Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater directed by Budd Boetticher, which aired on January 19, 1961.

Marlowe often took film roles of dysfunctional juveniles in a series of films made during the 1950s and 1960s, including The Scarlet Hour (1956), The Restless Breed (1957), Riot in Juvenile Prison (1959), The Subterraneans (1960), and A Cold Wind in August (1961).

Beginning in 1956 with the film The Young Guns, Marlow appeared in a number of Western films and television shows. In the 1960s, he continued to appear in drama and adventure series, often as a young man in trouble with the law or unwilling to adjust to societal mores. He appeared twice in 1961 on ABC's Target: The Corruptors! in episodes "A Man's Castle" (as Tito) and "Mr. Meglomania" (as Phil Manzak). In 1961, he starred as Armand Fontaine a serial killer on the episode "Effigy in Snow" of CBS's Route 66. He guest starred as Eliot Gray in the 1961 episode "The Throwback" of CBS's Alfred Hitchcock Presents. He appeared on Thriller, Dr. Kildare, and The Detectives.

Marlowe died of a heart attack at age 68 in Los Angeles, California. Marlowe, who was bisexual, never married.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Scott Gregory Marlowe (born Ronald Richard DeLeo; November 28, 1932 – January 6, 2001) was an American film, stage and television actor.

Marlowe was born Ronald DeLeo in Newark, New Jersey, the son of Emil and Constance Severini DeLeo. He had a half-sister, Claudia, and half-brothers Dean and Robert, known as the guitarist and bassist of the popular grunge band Stone Temple Pilots. He debuted on television in 1951 on Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (1950–52) in the episode "Hostage" (June 8, 1951)

His first feature film role was in the 1954 production of Attila. Two years later, he starred as John Goodwin in an episode "In Summer Promise" on General Electric Theater. He appeared as Jimmy Budd, along with Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy Davis, in the episode "The Long Shadow" in Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater directed by Budd Boetticher, which aired on January 19, 1961.

Marlowe often took film roles of dysfunctional juveniles in a series of films made during the 1950s and 1960s, including The Scarlet Hour (1956), The Restless Breed (1957), Riot in Juvenile Prison (1959), The Subterraneans (1960), and A Cold Wind in August (1961).

Beginning in 1956 with the film The Young Guns, Marlow appeared in a number of Western films and television shows. In the 1960s, he continued to appear in drama and adventure series, often as a young man in trouble with the law or unwilling to adjust to societal mores. He appeared twice in 1961 on ABC's Target: The Corruptors! in episodes "A Man's Castle" (as Tito) and "Mr. Meglomania" (as Phil Manzak). In 1961, he starred as Armand Fontaine a serial killer on the episode "Effigy in Snow" of CBS's Route 66. He guest starred as Eliot Gray in the 1961 episode "The Throwback" of CBS's Alfred Hitchcock Presents. He appeared on Thriller, Dr. Kildare, and The Detectives.

Marlowe died of a heart attack at age 68 in Los Angeles, California. Marlowe, who was bisexual, never married.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 70

Birthday 1932-06-24

Day of Death 2001-01-06

Place of Birth Newark, New Jersey, USA

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1999 Counter Measures as Ambassador Silver
1994 Chasers as Fast Food Clown
1993 Lightning in a Bottle as Sydney Langley
1989 No Place Like Home as Eddie Cooper
1987 thirtysomething (1 episode)
1987 Star Trek: The Next Generation (1 episode) as Keeve Falor
1987 Jake and the Fatman (1 episode)
1987 Beauty and the Beast (1 episode)
1984 Murder, She Wrote (1 episode)
1984 Hunter (1 episode)
1983 Automan (1 episode) as Robert Sawyer
1982 Matt Houston (1 episode)
1982 The Powers of Matthew Star (1 episode)
1982 T. J. Hooker (1 episode)
1982 Fame (1 episode)
1981 The Fall Guy (1 episode)
1981 Circle of Power as Ted Bartel
1976 Quincy, M.E. (1 episode)
1975 Wonder Woman (1 episode)
1975 Journey Into Fear as Jose
1974 The Rockford Files (1 episode) as Augie Arnow
1973 Police Story (2 episodes)
1972 The Streets of San Francisco (1 episode)
1972 Ghost Story (1 episode)
1971 Cannon (1 episode)
1971 Travis Logan, D.A. as George Carnera
1970 Night Slaves as Matt Russell
1968 Lancer (1 episode)
1968 The Mod Squad (1 episode)
1968 Hawaii Five-O (1 episode)
1968 The Outsider (1 episode)
1967 Mannix (2 episodes)
1967 Ironside (1 episode)
1966 Mission: Impossible (1 episode)
1966 The Time Tunnel (1 episode)
1965 The F.B.I. (10 episodes)
1965 The Wild Wild West (1 episode)
1964 Another World (1668 episodes)
1964 The Unknown as André Pavan
1963 Kraft Suspense Theatre (2 episodes)
1963 The Outer Limits (2 episodes)
1962 Stoney Burke (1 episode)
1961 Straightaway (1 episode)
1961 Ben Casey (1 episode)
1961 Target: The Corruptors! (2 episodes)
1961 Dr. Kildare (1 episode)
1961 A Cold Wind in August as Vito Perugino
1960 Route 66 (1 episode)
1960 Checkmate (1 episode) as Daniel Brack
1960 Thriller (1 episode)
1960 The Subterraneans as Julien Alexander
1959 The Detectives (1 episode)
1959 Law of the Plainsman (1 episode)
1959 Riot in Juvenile Prison as Edward R. "Eddie" Bassett
1959 One Step Beyond (1 episode)
1959 Rawhide (1 episode)
1958 Bronco (1 episode)
1958 Young and Wild as Richard Edward 'Rick' Braden
1957 Have Gun – Will Travel (3 episodes)
1957 The Restless Breed as Allan
1957 Men in War as Pvt. Meredith
1956 Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater (1 episode)
1956 Wire Service (1 episode)
1956 The Young Guns as Knox Cutler
1956 Gaby as Jan
1956 The Scarlet Hour as Vince
1955 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1 episode)
1955 Cheyenne (1 episode)
1955 Gunsmoke (4 episodes)
1953 General Electric Theater (1 episode)

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