George performed on A Touch Of Ragtime in 1985 and performed with the Canadian Brass on Basin Street in 1987.
Shortly after his second wife's death, he ran into his high school sweetheart, Sonia Greenbaum. Sonia soon became his third wife.
George starred as Serge in the Tony winning Broadway comedy Art.
George has played banjo at Carnegie Hall.
George won the Golden Globe for "Most Promising Male Newcomer" in 1964.
In 1979, George was signed to play Blake Edwards in 10. However, he withdrew from the film and was sued by the director. He settled the case for $270,000.
George used to be a toilet cleaner, janitor, and usher.
George was signed to a long-term contract with Columbia Pictures.
George produced his movie The Black Bird.
In the '70s, George performed with his band several times on The Tonight Show.
George was honored with the Jewish Cultural Achievement Award in 1990!
When George was a boy he pretended to be magician.
He won a Golden Globe in 1974 for A Touch Of Class.
George graduated from Columbia University.
George is Jewish.
George received the National Medal Of Arts in 1999 by the National Endowment Of The Arts in Washington D.C.
George's 1996 film, King Rat was nominated for 2 Academy Awards: Best Cinematography and Best Art Direction.
George started out as a stage actor and a musician.
Although their birthdays fall on the same day, George is one year younger than Kim Novak.
George is 5'11" or 1.80 m.
George was the first pick to star in 10 but Dudley Moore ended up getting the role. Later, George snagged the role of Henry Fine in The Mirror Has Two Faces which Dudley Moore was supposed to play.
George released several records in the 1960's as a member of the Beverly Hills Unlisted Jazz Band.
In the mid 1960's George made a deal with ABC-TV where he got to star in television versions of Broadway musicals. His most notable performance was as Biff Loman in Death Of A Salesmen.
George received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor in Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf.
George: I have a dread of being considered bland, but I've had to reconcile myself to the fact that that's what I am.