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On December 15, 1981, Stockwell married his second wife, Joy Marchenko, a textiles expert who worked in Morocco. In 1951 he appeared in a lead role alongside Joel McCrea in a Western at Universal, Cattle Drive (1951). Los Angeles Times (19 Sep 1949: 31. Schallert, Edwin. Stockwell later said, "I have very positive feelings regarding both of them, they were very sweet people, especially Myrna Loy. Stockwell later called it "a very delightful film to do". Stockwell is an accomplished artist. - IMDb Mini Biography By: In 1986, Stockwell made an appearance in another Lynch production, the neo-noir thriller Blue Velvet. He received further critical acclaim for his performance in Married to the Mob (1988), for which he earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Stockwell later said "After Paris, Texas and Dune I think I've got a pretty good start on what amounts to a third career.". Star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame at South side of the 7000 block of Hollywood Boulevard. His stepmother, Elizabeth Veronica Stockwell, was an actress, comedian, singer, and toe dancer in burlesque and theater in Northern America and New York. And that cute little dog, Asta. In most of his later work, there are many references to his past roles; these are often referred to by his fans as "kisses with (Dean's) history". In 1957, he starred as Judd Steiner in the Broadway adaptation of Compulsion, based on the Leopold and Loeb story. In between he appeared in Fox Mystery Theater.  He also had the lead in the short A Really Important Person (1947).  Following his roles on Quantum Leap and Battlestar Galactica, Stockwell appeared at numerous science fiction conventions. Required fields are marked *. He was in episodes of Hunter and Murder, She Wrote, and the films Gardens of Stone (1987) (directed by Francis Ford Coppola), Beverly Hills Cop II (1987), Kenny Rogers as The Gambler, Part III: The Legend Continues (1987), The Time Guardian (1987), Banzai Runner (1987), and The Blue Iguana (1987). The same year, he played coal miner's son Paul Morel in the British film Sons and Lovers, alongside Trevor Howard and Wendy Hiller. Ronn, Other Works Robert Dean Stockwell was born March 5, 1936 in the North Hollywood section of Los Angeles, California, and grew up between there and New York City. I got those kind of roles and I didn't care for them very much. Worked with Gene Kelly & Frank Sinatra in the film Anchors Aweigh (1945), but to many he's best known as the lecherous Admiral Al Calavicci in the TV series Quantum Leap (1989). Stockwell's part was small and the play only had a short run, but it led to a contract with MGM. As a young adult, he played a lead role in the 1957 Broadway and 1959 screen adaptations of Compulsion and in 1962, Stockwell played Edmund Tyrone in the film version of Long Day's Journey into Night, for which he won a Best Actor award at the Cannes Film Festival.  The following year, Stockwell and Neil Young together directed and appeared in Human Highway (1982). Stockwell had a regular role on The Tony Danza Show (1998) which only ran 14 episodes.  He campaigned for the Democratic Party in the 1992 U.S. presidential election. | In the mid-1960s, Stockwell dropped out of show business, becoming active in the Topanga Canyon hippie subculture as a close friend of artists George Herms and Wallace Berman, fellow child actor/"dropout" Russ Tamblyn and musician Neil Young. It was ahead of its time then—and it still is... it will gain respect over the years. As a result, Stockwell's mother took their two sons down to audition. Stockwell later called it "the favorite part I've ever had in a film. Photogenic American child actor of the 1940s, popular due in no small measure to his air of innocence and his beautiful, cherubic face with its dimples and his sparkling eyes, topped with a crown of curls. Dean Stockwell, Happy at Last in Hollywood: Dean Stockwell: At Last He's Happy in Hollywood By MYRA FORSBERG. As of 2015, Stockwell has been seen in Taos, New Mexico with his personal assistant, and is considered a resident. His art is known under his full name, Robert Dean Stockwell. Stockwell said that "during the production, I did feel that I was part of something that meant something to me, it was important. 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