Fred Eisley
(Chuck Wright)
 If the Eisley family had its way, young son Fred would have
gone into politics and the theatre would have lost an able
and personable juvenile. His late grandfather, J. Hampton
Moore, was a United States Congressman and Mayor of
their hometown--Philadelphia. But ever since Fred
appeared in a grammar school offering of "Little Jack
Horner," he had no thought of any career outside of the
theatre. Before he achieved professional standing as an
actor, however, he performed such odd jobs as lifeguard at
a summer resort, busboy at the Automat, and photo
laboratory assistant. He saved his earnings for a trip to
Hollywood, where he was cast in several films, among them
"Fearless Fagan," "Operation Secret," "Big Jim McLain" and
"Medal of Honor." He made his Broadway debut in "Picnic"
in Paul Newman's role when the latter left for Hollywood. A
frequent TV performer, he has also had extensive stock
experience and is an alumnus of the road tour of "Mister
Roberts."
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