American actor Clinton Kimbrough spent the most distinguished part of his career on-stage appearing in plays written by such greats as Eugene O'Neill, Tenneseee Williams, and Thornton Wilder. In the late '50s, Kimbrough contracted with Hal Wallis and made his film debut in Daniel Mann's Hot Spell (I958). Kimbrough would not return to film until 1970 when he appeared in Roger Corman's Bloody Mama and Von Richthofen and Brown (both 1970). Kimbrough made his final film appearance in Crazy Mama (1975). ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
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