I have always been adventurous and rather daring.
The marvelous thing is that for thousands of years people have continued questioning and searching and ultimately concluding that reasons for certain occurrences are not given to man to know.
When you're a guest star on TV shows - particularly in the 1960s - you're always the villain.
Audience response to The Man From U.N.C.L.E. back in the '60s - well, I was frankly surprised by the show's success and the attendant publicity for David and myself.
By virtue of believing in a Supreme Being one embraces certain mysteries.
I come from a long line of staunch Irish Catholics.
In the beginning, fear was the dominant motivating force.
All I did was basically play myself in the role of Napoleon Solo.
For example, I tend to personally reward myself for specific acts of exceptional discipline.
Man has always needed to believe in some form of a continuity of achievement.
My opposition to the Vietnam War. I was the first Hollywood actor to speak out against it.
Why do people embrace God? In my opinion, belief in God and an afterlife is a necessary extension of man's need to feel that this life does not end with what we call death.
Of course, neither David or myself ever saw a penny from them; it was the early days of merchandising.
I suppose you could sum up the religious aspects of my boyhood by saying it was a time of life when I was taught the difference between right and wrong as it specifically applied to Catholicism.
The one they always forget is Brad Dexter.
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