(November 3, 1923 - January 14, 2010) U.S.A.
Charles Nolte, born in Duluth, Minnesota, was a stage and film actor, best known for playing the title role in a 1951 Broadway production of Billy Budd and for his work in films including War Paint (1953), The Steel Cage (1954), and Ten Seconds to Hell (1959).
From the mid-1960s through the 1990s, Nolte taught at the University of Minnesota, where he wrote and occasionally performed.
Charles Nolte, April 1951. Photo by Carl Van Vechten
Charles Nolte died from prostate cancer; he was eighty-six. Nolte was survived by his partner of over fifty years, former child actor Terry Kilburn - best known for his role as Tiny Tim in MGM's classic A Christmas Carol (1938).