Paul Ford (November 2, 1901 – April 12, 1976) was an American character actor who came to specialize in authority figures whose ineptitude and pompous demeanor were played for comic effect, notably as Mayor Shinn in The Music Man and as Colonel John T. Hall in The Phil Silvers Show.
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Read writing from Paul Ford on Medium. Co-founder, http://postlight.com, a digital product studio in NYC. Also writer, Medium advisor, programmer. Any port in a storm, especially ports 80 and 443.
In addition to leading Postlight, Paul Ford is a writer, product strategist, educator, programmer, and software consultant. He has consulted on digital and editorial strategies for organizations as diverse as Harper's Magazine, where he was an editor for five years, Condé Nast, Credit Suisse, Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, and ...
Paul Ford, Actor: It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World. If any man ever had a character face absolutely made for TV and film, it was Paul Ford. Small-eyed, lugubrious, pot-bellied, balding and with a plum nose to rival Karl Malden, Ford was a rather wanderlust family man who decided to give acting a try in his early 40.
By Paul Ford. Not any kind of eulogy, thanks. And no header image, either. I started this website 20 years ago, give or take a week. The original address was www.interactive.net/~ford. Eventually it migrated here into the form you see. I took it very seriously for many years and it earned me thousands of readers, thousands of ...
Jun 11, 2015 ... What do you need to know about code to survive in a suspicious world?
Paul Ford is a writer and computer programmer who lives in Brooklyn. He is writing a book of essays about Web pages. Recently Published. February 11, 2015. Our Fear of Artificial Intelligence. February 18, 2014. Marginally Useful. October 16, 2013. As We May Type. June 11, 2013. The Strangeness of Facebook Home ...
Apr 14, 1976 ... Paul Ford, who began acting professionally at 40 and then. became widely known for two roles as colonels—Colonel Ha111 in Phil Silvers's “Sgt. J3ilko” show on television and Colonel Purdy in “The Teahouse of the, August Moon” on Broadway and in the movie, died Monday in Nassau Hospital in ...