Facts about E.G. Marshall
E.G. Marshall Biography
Playing doctors, lawyers and politicians, E.G. Marshall was active in film and on stage from the 1940s until his death five decades later. After a start in radio and theater, E.G. Marshall had his first small movie role as a morgue attendant in The House on 92nd Street in 1945. Although he had many film credits, including a memorable turn in 12 Angry Men with Henry Fonda in 1957, Marshall was primarly a workhorse on television. He was most recognized for his leading roles in The Defenders (1961-65) and The New Doctors (1969-73). In the 1970s, Marshall hosted the CBS Radio Mystery Theater, where he was known for his scarifying closing line, “Until next time, pleasant… dreeeams?”
Marshall was coy about his real name; some sources say his birth name was Everett Grunz.