Gerald S. O'Loughlin Movies and Career Information

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Dec 23, 1921
New York City

Gerald Stuart O'Loughlin, Jr. (b. December 23, 1921, New York City) is an American television, stage, and film actor and director who was primarily known for playing tough-talking and rough-looking characters. After a stint with the Marine Corps., he used his GI bill income to train at the Neighborhood Playhouse in NYC. Throughout the early 1950s, he was frequently seen on TV. The highlight of his stage career was a national tour of A Streetcar Named Desire as Stanley Kowalski, opposite Tallulah Bankhead as Blanche DuBois. In his many television appearances, O'Loughlin appeared as "Lt. Ed Ryker" on The Rookies. He has also appeared in semi-regular roles in series such as Our House and Automan. His movie credits include Desperate Characters, A Fine Madness, In Cold Blood, Ice Station Zebra, The Valachi Papers, Twilight's Last Gleaming and Crimes of Passion and Frances. He also appeared as Sgt. O'Toole in the 1983 made for TV epic "The Blue and the Gray". By his former wife, the late Meryl Abeles O'Loughlin (b. June 8, 1933 - d. February 27, 2007), O'Loughlin is the father of two children: Chris O'Loughlin (b. 1967), a member of the 1992, United States Olympic épée fencing team, and

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