Neville Brand was an actor who was born on August 13, 1920, in Griswold, Iowa. He passed away on April 16, 1992, in Sacramento, California. Neville joined the U.S. Army in 1939, where he experienced his first acting role while working on training films. After leaving the service, Neville used the money from his GI Bill to study drama at the American Theater Wing and went on to appear in several Broadway plays. In 1949, Neville made his film debut in "Port of New York." During his career, he appeared in over 130 films and television episodes. He is known for his roles in the 1953 film "Stalag 17," the 1962 film "Birdman of Alcatraz," the 1965 film "Laredo" and the 1977 film "Eaten Alive." His television appearances include episodes of "Police Woman," "Baretta," "Swiss Family Robinson," "Man from Atalntis" and "Harper Valley." In 1955, Neville received a nomination for the Best Foreign Actor Award from BAFTA for his role in the film "Riot in Cell Block 11."