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    Regis Toomey; Born: John Francis Regis Toomey August 13, 1898 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. Died: October 12, 1991 (aged 93) Los Angeles, California, U.S.

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    Regis Toomey, Actor: Burke's Law. Pittsburgh-born and -raised character actor Regis Toomey, of Irish descent, took an early interest in the performing arts and ...

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    Pittsburgh-born and -raised character actor Regis Toomey, of Irish descent, took an early interest in the performing arts and initially studied drama at the ...

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    When I interviewed Regis Toomey back in 1963, he told me that he was grateful to television for keeping him from “death’s door.” This was a wry reference to his ...

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