Hollywood actor Don Murray, recognized for his function within the movie Bus Cease and Knot’s Touchdown has died on the age of 94. His demise was introduced by his son Christopher to The New York Occasions. No further particulars had been offered, as per Deadline.
Murray was Oscar-nominated for his debut efficiency as Beauregard ‘Beau’ Decker, the lovestruck cowboy who falls for Monroe’s saloon singer Cherie in Joshua Logan’s Bus Cease, an adaptation of the William Inge play. Born in Hollywood on July 31, 1929, Murray made his Broadway debut in 1951 in Tennessee Williams’ The Rose Tattoo, and would return to the stage in 1955’s The Pores and skin of Our Enamel, a efficiency that attracted the eye of director Logan and bought him the function in Bus Cease.
Murray would return to Broadway greater than 5 instances over the subsequent twenty years, showing in performs akin to Identical Time, Subsequent Yr and, in 1975, the Norman Conquests trilogy, as per Deadline. His first of two marriages was to Hope Lange, who had co-starred with Murray and Monroe in Bus Cease. He later married actress Elizabeth Johnson.