Biography: Clayton Corzatte was born on March 4, 1927 in Fairhope, Alabama. He served in the United States Navy during World War II for two years, and then studied theater at the University of Alabama. He married Susan Corzatte, with whom he had two children -- Christopher Corzatte and Felicity Katharine Corzatte. He worked regularly with New York's APA Repertory Company, and then joined the company of the Seattle Repertory Theatre.
Film/TV Credits: Film: "Cinderella Liberty," "The Prodigal," "Expiration Date," "Minaret," "Brand Upon the Brain!," and "Numb." Television: "Stranger in My Bed," "Wiseguy," "Face of a Stranger," and "Northern Exposure."
Trivia: He taught at Cornish College of the Arts and the University of Washington.