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Scott Marlowe
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    (June 24, 1932-January 6, 2001)
    Born in Newark, New Jersey
    Birth name was Ronald Richard Deleo
    Acted in 'Young Guns,' 'Scarlet Hour,' 'The Restless Breed,' 'The Cool and the Crazy,' 'Riot in Juvenile Prison,' 'The Subterraneans,' and 'A Cold Wind in August'
    Portrayed Nick Koslo on the series 'Executive Suite' (1976-77)
    Portrayed Michael Burke on the series 'Valley of the Dolls' (1994)
    He was typecast as juvenile delinquents early in his career.
    Tab Hunter claimed to have had a romantic fling with him in his autobiography.
    He said: 'Those early movies made me somewhat of a teen icon . . . Kids in those days enjoyed defying authority. I never really enjoyed going out on the town much, I didn't drink and smoked only occasionally. The studios in those days wanted their stars to act on and off the screen. As I was a rebel on-screen I had to behave like one off-screen.'
    Despite having a decades long career on the stage, television, and in film, he is only remembered for his single episode stint as Keeve Falor on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
    He was a founding member of the Theatre West in Los Angeles.
    His a half-sister and two half-brothers (Claudia, Robert, and Dean) formed the grunge band Stone Temple Pilots.
    He briefly dated Natalie Wood, with whom he remained a lifelong friend.
    He acted opposite both Ronald Reagan and Nancy, in an episode of the Zane Grey Theater.
    He received acclaim for his performance at the Chicago Civic Theatre in a production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman.

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