DIED. TONY RANDALL, 84, versatile, opera-loving actor who was a fixture of the American stage and screen for more than 50 years but is best remembered as the punctilious fussbudget Felix Unger in the 1970s TV sitcom The Odd Couple; in New York City. By the time he was cast in his defining role, Randall was already an accomplished performer, having appeared in the original Broadway production of Inherit the Wind and as a smart-aleck sidekick in three Rock Hudson–Doris Day films. He remained active in his 70s and 80s, founding the National Actors Theater in 1991 and siring his first...

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