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After years in regional theater, Beatty was cast in “Deliverance” as Bobby Trippe, the happy-go-lucky member of a male river-boating party terrorized by backwoods thugs. The scene in which Trippe is brutalized became the most memorable in the movie and established Beatty as an actor whose name moviegoers may not have known but whose face they always recognized.

Beatty received only one Oscar nomination, as a supporting actor for his role as corporate executive Arthur Jensen in 1976′s “Network,” but he contributed to some of the most popular movies of his time and worked constantly, his credits including more than 150 movies and TV shows.

The actor was born in 1937 in Louisville, Ky., and raised in Lexington, where he joined the Protestant Disciples of Christ Christian Church. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

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Mark Levin spoke out against the unequal application of justice he sees between the suspects involved in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot and those involved in Antifa and Black Lives Matter protests on Sunday’s “Life, Liberty & Levin.” 

“I’m not defending in any way what happened on January 6th in the Capitol building,” Levin said, “But I am saying we need a little bit of even-handedness and justice here.”

“Do we live in a republic or not? Is there going to be justice, real justice or not?” he continued. 

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