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Born in New York, USA
Died in New York City, New York, USA  (Parkinson's disease)
Birth NameRobert Dryfoos

Mini Bio (1)

Robert Dryden was born on February 8, 1917 in New York, USA as Robert Dryfoos. He is known for his work on I Spy (1955), Armstrong Circle Theatre (1950) and Tom Corbett, Space Cadet (1950). He died on December 16, 2003 in New York City, New York.

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Robert Dryden was one of radio's busiest and most versatile character actors throughout the 1940s and 1950s. He was frequently heard on such classic radio shows as Gangbusters, The FBI In Peace And War, Studio One, The Ford Theater, Casey Crime Photographer, Mollee Mystery Theater and many other dramatic programs as well as on numerous soap operas. In the 1970s Dryden starred with Peg Lynch on Lynch's Little Things In Life radio series and was a frequent performer on Himan Brown's CBS Mystery Theater series.
Dryden was a voice-over regular on the popular 1930s radio series "Gangbusters" that featured weekly episodes based actual crime incidents. Each program ended with various descriptions of wanted criminals, many of whom were later arrested due to avid listener participation.
Between 1974 and 1982, he appeared in 243 episodes of the "CBS Radio Mystery Theater."

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