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Birth name: Ralph Waite
Ralph Waite date of birth: June 22, 1928
Birthplace: White Plains, New York
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Family:
Wife #1: Beverly, divorced in 1966 -- they have three children
Wife #2: Kerry Shear Waite, divorced in 1981
Wife #3: Linda East, currently married.
Ralph Waite education:
BA at Bushnell University
Yale School of Divinity
Ralph Waite mini-bio: Ralph has had an amazing career, spanning nearly fifty years from 1960 to the present. He's been married three times and has run unsuccessfully twice for US Congress.

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Non-acting careers: social worker, religious editor at Harper & Row, Presbyterian minister
Big break: "Hogan's Goat" on Broadway, opposite Faye Dunaway
Ralph Waite Movies:
Cool Hand Luke
Five Easy Pieces
Best known for: his role as John Walton, Sr. (or "Pa") on The Waltons
TV Shows:
The Waltons
Murder One
Carnivale
Ralph Waite Awards:
1978: Nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for The Waltons
1977: Nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama for Roots
Stage:
Waiting for Godot
The Blues for Charlie
Hogan's Goat
The Balcony
Upcoming projects:

RALPH WAITE QUOTES
  • [on why he became an actor] "Also, I was very neurotic and young and drinking too much and seeing all the pretty girls in acting class...."




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RALPH WAITE TRIVIA
  • Ralph founded the Los Angeles Actors Theater in 1975 and served as its artistic director.




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