Birth Name: David Clennon
Birth Place: Waukegan, Illinois, USA
After several years of anti-war activism during the Vietnam era, Clennon established himself Off-Broadway and in regional theater, racking up credits at the New York Shakespeare Festival, Long Wharf Theatre and the Actor's Theater of Louisville. He entered films with bit parts in several noteworthy American films of 70s, including "The Paper Chase" (1973), "Bound for Glory" (1976), and "Coming Home" (1977), before landing the substantial supporting role of an ambitious attorney in "Being There" (1979). Clennon amassed additional feature credits, usually in supporting roles, in a wide variety of films. He was the tight-lipped US consul in Chile who cannot help Jack Lemmon and Sissy Spacek fin...
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