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    Warren Oates was born and reared in Depoy, a tiny rural community in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, located just a few miles west of Greenville, the county seat. According to the federal census of 1940, he was the younger of two sons born to Sarah Alice (née Mercer) and Bayless Earle Oates, who owned a general store.

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    Warren Oates, Actor: The Wild Bunch. Warren Oates was an American character actor of the 1960s and 1970s and early 1980s whose distinctive style and intensity brought him to offbeat leading roles. Oates was born in Depoy, a very small Kentucky town. He was the son of Sarah Alice (Mercer) and Bayless Earle Oates, a general store owner. He attended high school in Louisville, continuing ...

  3. Warren Oates was an American character actor of the 1960s and 1970s and early 1980s whose distinctive style and intensity brought him to offbeat leading roles. Oates was born in Depoy, a very small Kentucky town. He was the son of Sarah Alice (Mercer) and Bayless Earle Oates, a general store owner.

    • Warren Mercer Oates
    • 5' 11¼" (1.81 m)
    • July 5, 1928 in Depoy, Kentucky, USA
  4. Oct 21, 2010 · Warren Oates said that he was always a character man, but that just wasn’t true. The 1970s were a time when character men were leading men, and no one personified that better than Oates.

  5. Nov 10, 1993 · Warren Oates: Across the Border: Directed by Tom Thurman. With Ned Beatty, Robert Culp, Becky Fonda, Peter Fonda. A retrospective of the work of the late actor Warren Oates, with clips from his films and interviews with cast and crew members who worked with him.

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    • Ned Beatty, Robert Culp, Becky Fonda
    • Tom Thurman
  6. Warren Oates was an American actor, mostly known for his intense, off-beat roles in Hollywood Westerns. He was from a small town in Kentucky and had to struggle his way up, doing menial jobs in New York as a dishwasher and coffee-shop boy, while auditioning for TV and movie roles.

  7. Actor. He was a popular performer, whose distinctive style brought him leading roles in over a 120 films and TV shows. His first job was on television appearing on Beat the Clock in 1950. He soon was a regular on TV programs such as Wanted: Dead or Alive, The Rifleman, Rawhide, The Virginian, East of Eden and many...

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