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George Nader, the strong, second-level driving man of the 1950s whose promising profession was stopped when bits of gossip about his private life prompted his expulsion from Hollywood, kicked the bucket here February 4, of heart aspiratory disappointment, pneumonia and numerous cerebral areas of dead tissue. He was 80. MSTies will review his featuring parts as Roy in scene 107 – ROBOT MONSTER, as Glenn Martin in scene 420 – THE HUMAN DUPLICATORS and as Nick West in scene K18 – THE MILLION EYES OF SU-MURU.

Nader and Miller in the end came back to the U.S. what’s more, settled in Palm Springs, CA. He had been hospitalized since September, 2001. As per Variety Magazine’s Army Archerd, Nader as of late finished a book called “The Perils of Paul,” about the gay group in Hollywood, which he didn’t need distributed until after his death.Nader is made due by Miller, his cousin Sally Kubley and his nephew, on-screen character Michael Nader.

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