Carl Benton Reid was an actor who was born on August 14, 1893, in Lansing, Michigan. He passed away on March 16, 1973, in Hollywood, California. Carl graduated from Carnegie Tech with a degree in drama, and he performed at the Cleveland Playhouse in the 1920s. After moving to New York, he became a Broadway stage actor. He appeared in his first film role as Oscar Hubbard in the 1941 film "The Little Foxes." Carl is known for his roles in the 1950 Humphrey Bogart film "The Lonely Place," the 1951 film "The Great Caruso" and the 1959 Gregory Peck film "Pork Chop Hill." His other film roles include Sheriff Lloyd Anderson in the 1959 film "The Trap," the chief medical officer in the 1962 film "Pressure Point" and a senator at the confirmation hearing in the 1963 film "The Ugly American." Carl appeared on television in episodes of "Thriller" in 1962, "The Wide Country" in 1962, "The Dick Van Dyke Show" from 1962 to 1964 and "Burke's Law" in 1965.