Grover Dale

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Grover Dale (born July 22, 1935 in Harrisburg , Pennsylvania ) is an American actor , dancer and choreographer .

He made his cinema debut as Jam alongside Debbie Reynolds in The Gold Digger Molly (1964). His breakthrough came in 1967 with the role of Pearce in George Sidney's Half a Six Pence . In the same year he inspires as a homophile Bill, who in Jacques Demys The Girls of Rochefort vies with George Chakiris for the favor of the sisters Françoise Dorléac and Catherine Deneuve (because he wants to win them as Revue Girls) and then moves on with his friend . He plays the Oscar in Hal Ashby's The Homeowner (1970).

Since then, mainly as a choreographer of films such as Sydney Pollack's The Way We Were , the Ryan O'Neal vehicle The Freaky Professor and the episode film Aria (directors: Robert Altman , Jean-Luc Godard , Derek Jarman , Ken Russell and others).

The bisexual Dale was in a relationship with actor Anthony Perkins for a number of years until he married actress Anita Morris , who died in 1994, in 1973 . His son James Badge Dale is also an actor.

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