John Forsythe (January 29, 1918 – April 1, 2010) was an American stage, film/television actor, producer, narrator, drama teacher and philanthropist whose career spanned six decades. He also appeared as a guest on several talk and variety shows and as a panelist on numerous game shows.
His 60-year acting career began in films in 1943. He signed up with Warner Bros. at age 25 as a minor contract player, but he later starred in films like The Captive City (1952). He co-starred opposite Loretta Young in "It Happens Every Thursday" (1953), Edmund Gwenn and Shirley MacLaine in "The Trouble With Harry" (1955), and Olivia De Havilland in "The Ambassador's Daughter" (1956).
Forsythe also enjoyed a successful television career, starring in three television series, spanning four decades and three genres: as the single playboy fat...