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Paul Benedict, 70; actor at home in TV sitcoms, modern and classical dramas

Paul Benedict, in Harold Pinter's ''No Man's Land'' at the ART. Paul Benedict, in Harold Pinter's ''No Man's Land'' at the ART.
By Ed Siegel
Globe Correspondent / December 4, 2008

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In an acting troupe that included Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, and Al Pacino, the person who stood out more than any other in the Theatre Company of Boston during the 1960s was Paul Benedict. The long-jawed actor who found a touch of menace in the most comic parts and a touch of the absurd in the most serious roles, ... (Full article: 697 words)

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