Actor. Born in Dayton, Ohio, the son of an Air Force colonel, he attended the Goodman School of Drama and made his professional debut in the production of "Electra" (1957), later marking his Broadway introduction with "The Nervous Set" (1959). From that point on, Aldredge appeared in a wide range of stage roles and garnered five Tony Award nominations with "Sticks and Bones" (1972), "Where's Charley?" (1975), "On Golden Pond" (1979, originating the part of Norman Thayer, Jr.), "Little Foxes" (1981, opposite Elizabeth Taylor) and "Twentieth Century" (2004). In addition, he had a more than 40-year career in films and television, earning a Daytime Emmy Award for a 1977 episode from "The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People" titled "Henry Winkler Meets William Shakespeare". Aldredge may be best remembered by TV audiences for his recurring role of Hugh DeAngelis in "The Sopranos" and as Ethan Thompson in "Boardwalk Empire" (2010). He was married to costume designed Theoni Aldredge.
Bio by: C.S.
Lillian Pauline Aldredge Huddleston