McLean started off his professional career in the production of "The Music Man" in 1962.
Before he died, McLean admitted that he regretted leaving M*A*S*H when his character died.
McLean is buried in Forest Lawn, Hollywood, California in the Columbarium of Valor.
McLean has two children named Lindsey and Jeff.
McLean played a clown on a live TV show while living in Dallas, Texas.
McLean was a member of Phi Gamma Delta.
Mike won a scholarship to the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in 1961.
Mike was still in the hospital when he went into cardiac arrest and died after recovering from surgery.
Mike worked as a press secretary in the presidential elections during the year of 1952 and 1956.
McLean is the grandson of Adlai E. Stevenson, who was the vice president for Grover Cleveland in 1893.
McLean began seriously acting in show business at the age of 31.
McLean graduated from Northwestern University and received a bachelor's degree in theater arts.
McLean is the cousin of the 1952 and 1956 democratic presidential candidate, Adlai Stevenson.
McLean got his first name from McLean County in Illinois. He was born and raised there.
McLean was 6 feet 3 inches tall.
The day after McLean Stevenson died, the actor who played Henry Blake in the M*A*S*H motion picture (Roger Bowen) died of the same cause: heart attack.
Stevenson has a sister, Ann Whitney, who has a career in acting as well.
He attended college at the Illinois Wesleyan University.
Stevenson had only one sister: Ann Whitney.
Stevenson recieved three Emmy nominations for his work on M*A*S*H.
After Stevenson's character on M*A*S*H was killed off when he left the show, the writers decided that they would never kill off another character of a show. They decided to do this after recieving many complaints and hate letters over Stevenson's character's death.
Stevenson's wife was Ginny Fosdick. They were married on February 15, 1980, and were married up until his death.
Stevenson served in the United States Navy.
McLean: I tell you, I'm really not what you'd call into your basic kink, even though we do live in Hollywood, which is a little bit like living in a box of granola.
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