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December 14, 1990 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-12-14

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li Wallach's love affair
with the theater began
when he was just a lit-
tle boy. His parents took him
to see a play in the Yiddish
theater he says he will never
forget.
"I don't remember the
name of the play, but I sure
remember the plot," Mr.
Wallach says. "In one scene,
a man, who had just come
back from the war, was re-
jected by this very rich girl
who thought he had lost an
arm. She wouldn't have
anything to do with him. But
then this young, innocent and
pure girl, who really loved
him, said she would be his
wife. And just then, the man
shot his arm out of the sleeve
of his jacket and cried, Ah-
ha!' Well, I nearly jumped out
of my seat, and from then on
I knew I just had to be in
show business."
Mr. Wallach got his wish,
performing in scores of plays
and films that bear his
signature. He even met his
wife, Anne Jackson, 46 years
ago when he made his theater
debut in an off-Broadway pro-
duction of Tennessee
Williams' This Property Is
Condemned. The couple has
been married happily ever
since.
"I know people often view
us as the ideal couple," Mr.

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Wallach says. "But I
remember we were once on a
TV show and were introduc-
ed rather lavishly by these
two hosts who told all
America what a fantastic
marriage we had. Well, Anne
got on the air and said very
impishly that she had this
terrible announcement to
make. There was dead silence.
Of course, she was only kid-
ding, but no one said a word
for a couple of seconds."
Mr. Wallach fondly recalls
both his wife's sense of humor

He has been
fortunate
throughout his
acting career,
capturing roles
that have moved
entire generations.

and the many years the two
have spent performing
together in film and on
Broadway. However, they lead
quite separate professional
lives as well.
Mr. Wallach says he's been
fortunate throughout his ac-
ting career, capturing roles
that have moved entire
generations. He has appeared
in The Rose Tattoo for which
he received the Tony and
Donaldson awards. He star-
red on Broadway with his

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