The tv actor Ralph Bellamy died at the age of 87. Here is all you want to know, and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Academy Award-nominated actor who played the role of detective Ellery Queen in a couple 1940s movies and later starred in Man Against Crime and Meet McGraw.
He married his first wife of four, Alice Delbridge in 1927.
“I wish the world could better know this country for what it really is. Not just a greedy economic giant crouching fearfully behind its walls, not just a panoplied warrior nervously fingering his weapons. What is this, is a people who gather together in thousands to give a people’s government its essential vitality.” (Ralph Bellamy)
“Solemnity in politicians is not only tiresome but may even mask those twin sins – self-righteousness and intolerance – for the opinions of others. If I couldn’t laugh, I couldn’t live, especially in politics.” (Ralph Bellamy)
“Man does not live by words alone, in spite of the fact that sometimes he has to eat them.” (Ralph Bellamy)