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Richard Allen Boone, American actor. award, 1954. Served with United States Navy Reserve, World World War World War II Four times nominated for Emmy award, 1954.; Member Academy television Arts and Sciences, Academy Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Tau Theta Xi.

Background

Boone, Richard Allen was born on June 18, 1917 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Kirk and Cecile (Beckerman) Boone.

Education

Student San Diego Army and Navy Academy, 1929-1932, Stanford, 1934-1937, Neighborhood Playhouse, New York City, 1945-1947, also Actors Studio, New York City.

Career

1 son, Peter. Actor, appeared in plays including Medea, 1947, MacBeth, 1949, The Man, 1950, also live television, New York City, 1947-1950. Motion picture actor 20th Century Fox, 1950-1953, films include Halls of Montezuma, The Robe, Way of a Gaucho, Vickie, Beneath the 12-Mile Reef, Siege at Red River, The Raid, Dragnet, Man Without a Star, Ten Wanted Men, Robbers Roost, Battle Stations, Star in the Dust, Away All Boats, The Alamo, Guns of Rio Conchos, The War Lord, The Arrangement, numerous others. Independent films The Raid, Lizzie.

Other films include War Lord, Hombre, Winter Kills, The Shootist, Big Jake, The Big Sleep, The Kremlin Letter, Madron, The Last Dinosaur, The Night of the Following Day. Voice in television cartoon special The Hobbit. Television series, Medic (as Doctor Konrad Styner), as Mr.

Paladin in Have Gun Will Travel. The Richard Boone Show, Hec Ramsey, 1973.

Membership

Served with United States Navy Reserve, World World War World War II Four times nominated for Emmy award, 1954. Member Academy television Arts and Sciences, Academy Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Tau Theta Xi.

Connections

Married Clair McAloon, April.

father:
Kirk Boone

mother:
Cecile (Beckerman) Boone

spouse:
Clair McAloon