- Category : Entertainment-Actor-Actress
- Type : GP
- Profile : 1/4 - Investigating / Opportunist
- Definition : Split - Small (14,34,46)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX The Four Ways 2
American actor, a tall and rangy lead of stage and screen, whose most notable film "Bus Stop" (1956) earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. His other works include "The Bachelor Party" (1957), "The Hoodlum Priest" (1961), "A Hatful Of Rain" (1957), and the TV series "The Outcasts" (1968-1969), "Knots Landing" (1979–1981) and "Twin Peaks" (2017). Murray also played on stage with his Broadway debut in the 1951 play "The Rose Tattoo."
When the Korean War rolled around, as a conscientious objector he refused to serve, working with the refugees instead. He directed his first film in 1970, gaining a reputation for turning down trash.
Murray was married to "Bus Stop" co-star Hope Lange from 1956 to 1961. They had two children, Christopher and Patricia. In 1962, he married Elizabeth Johnson and then had three children, Coleen, Sean, and Michael.