Vaughn Taylor

Vaughn Taylor


Reedy, balding, often bespectacled American character actor with pencil-thin moustache, once described as the man with TV's 'most deceptive face'. He looked like - and was - a certified public accountant, graduate from Northeastern University. A struggling actor in his youth, he worked in stock, tent shows and on radio. After army service in World War II, he became a prolific performer in early anthology series on television (eg. Kraft Television Theatre (1947) and Robert Montgomery Presents (1950)), though he continued to alternate these with appearances on the New York stage. He was also glimpsed in movies, invariably in small supporting roles, most notably as Deacon Davis in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), and as George Lowery, boss to doomed Janet Leigh in Psycho (1960).
  • When was
    Vaughn Taylor born?

    Vaughn Taylor was born on Wednesday, February 22, 1911

  • Where was
    Vaughn Taylor born?

    Vaughn Taylor was born in Boston, Massachusetts, USA

  • How old was
    Vaughn Taylor when they died?

    Vaughn Taylor was 72

  • When did Vaughn Taylor die?

    Vaughn Taylor died on
    Tuesday, April 26, 1983

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