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Roberts Blossom (born Bartholomew Roberts Blossom on January 1, 1924) is an Americanmarker actor and poet. He was born in New Haven, Connecticutmarker and began acting on stage during the 1950s. During the 1960s, he formed Filmstage, a multimedia avante garde theatrical troupe.

Blossom graduated from Asheville School in 1941 and attended Harvard Universitymarker. He acted several theater roles in the 1950s, for which he won the Obie Award four times. He landed his first film roles in the television adaptation of the play Our Town' (1959).

In the thriller Deranged, Blossom played the leading role as killer Ezra Cobb. In the Oscar-winning film drama The Great Gatsby (1974), he was accompanied on-screen by Robert Redford. He won the Soapy Award for his role on Another World, on which he appeared from 1976-1977. In the comedy Doc Hollywood (1991), he appeared on-screen with Michael J. Fox. He retired from acting in the 1990s to pursue writing poetry.

Notable film roles



Personal life

Blossom has retired from acting, lived in Berkeley, Californiamarker, and currently resides in southern California, where he writes poetry. He is formerly married to Beverly Schmidt Blossom. He has two children, a daughter (Debbie) and a son (Michael).

See also

Beverly Schimidt Blossom

References

  1. Roberts Blossom Biography - Yahoo! Movies


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