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Stockwell in AIR FORCE ONE.
About Dean Stockwell (1936 – )
Dean Stockwell was born on March 5, 1936 in Hollywood, California.
Sometimes Dean Stockwell is credited as Robert Dean Stockwell.
Stockwell's father was an actor/singer whose greatest claim to fame was being the speaking and singing voice for Prince Charming, in Disney's SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS (1937).
Dean Stockwell started in show business as a child actor. Personal problems threatened to end his career in his 20s, but he recovered and re-established himself as a middle-aged character player, who has achieved lasting success and popularity.
Neil Young's album, AFTER THE GOLD RUSH;(1970) was inspired by Dean Stockwell.
Stockwell played one of the college-boy killers in the Broadway production of COMPULSION; (1957). He reprised the role for the 1959 and won a Cannes ensemble award.
In 1962, Dean Stockwell received his second Cannes ensemble award for his role as Eugene O'Neill's alter ego, in LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT.
As the holographic observer, Al, Dean Stockwell was on the TV series QUANTUM LEAP; from 1989 to 1993.
In February 1992, Dean Stockwell received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Fans of QUANTUM LEAP organized a "Leap Day" ceremony to mark the occasion.
Dean Stockwell's notable movie credits include...
AL'S BEEF (2008)
THE DEAL (2007)
THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE (2004)
BUFFALO SOLDIERS (2001)
FACE TO FACE (2001)
THE FLUNKY (2000)
THE SHADOW MEN (1998)
AIR FORCE ONE (1997)
MR. WRONG (1996)
FRIENDS AND ENEMIES (1992)
THE PLAYER (1992)
BEVERLY HILLS COP II (1987)
BLUE VELVET (1986)
WON TON TON, THE DOG WHO SAVED HOLLYWOOD (1976)
GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT (1947)
Dean Stockwell in BLUE VELVET (1986).