Earl Montgomery Jr.
Actor Earl Montgomery Jr. spent the bulk of his career on-stage in New York both on and off-Broadway. He was among the founders and charter members of the Association of Producing Artists and with the organization worked for many years to take classic plays on tour. In 1952, Montgomery appeared regularly on the series Love of Life. Beginning in the late '60s, Montgomery began appearing sporadically in feature films such as Heaven Can Wait (1978).