Actor. Like his younger brother Dean Stockwell, Guy Stockwell began acting as a child. He guested on dozens of hit TV shows from 1961 to 1990, and enjoyed costarring roles in the series "Adventures in Paradise" and "Return to Peyton Place." Notable movies in Guy's filmography include "The Plainsman," "Beau Geste," Tobruk" and "Airport '75," as well as several cult horror classics such as "The Monitors," "Santa Sangre" and "It's Alive!" His love of acting also extended to stage, as he toured cross-country in "Seagull," "Born Yesterday" and "The Misanthrope." Stockwell was a founder of The Los Angeles Art Theatre, where he produced and directed numerous plays, and taught masters-level acting classes at UCLA.
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