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The sexually ambiguous 'I' of the story, the struggling writer based on Capote himself, had become a full-blooded practising heterosexual - involved with a lady known only as '2E' (played by Patricia Neal), who leaves him dollars 300 on the bedside table after their rendezvous.
To the strains of 'Moon River', he gives her up for Holly Golightly, who is played by Audrey Hepburn.
Peppard made his stage debut in 1949 at the Pittsburgh Playhouse.
After moving to New York City, Peppard enrolled in the Actors Studio, where he studied the Method with Lee Strasberg.
Hadn’t the great film director Billy Wilder once said that ‘Audrey Hepburn, singlehanded, may make bosoms a thing of the past’? Leader of 'The A-Team' But he is perhaps best known for his role on "The A-Team" on NBC as John (Hannibal) Smith, a former Army colonel leading a team of renegade Vietnam veterans who became soldiers of fortune. Peppard (pronounced pep-PARD) starred as a shrewd Polish-American detective in "Banacek," which ran from 1972 to 1974 on NBC, and as Jake Goodwin, a neurosurgeon, on "Doctors' Hospital," an NBC medical drama in the 1975-76 season. Although he majored in civil engineering at Purdue University, he was an early participant in the Purdue Playmakers. Peppard was born in Detroit, the only child of George Peppard Sr., a building contractor, and Vernelle Rohrer Peppard, a light-opera singer and voice teacher.
The cause was pneumonia, said his press representative, Cheryl J. He was admitted to the hospital on Thursday because he had trouble breathing, Ms. "The character is probably the best part I've had in my career," Mr. "It was a good script, and a good script is hard to find." An Engineering Student Mr.