James De Weerd, who seems to have had a formative influence upon Dean, especially upon his future interests in bullfighting, car racing, and theater.
Dean worked at the widely filmed Iverson Movie Ranch in the Chatsworth area of Los Angeles during production of the program, for which a replica of the tomb of Jesus was built on location at the ranch.
Dean subsequently obtained three walk-on roles in movies: as a soldier in Fixed Bayonets!
So dogging was something we were bound to experience.
For months we had read dogging stories and watched several internet movies of dirty wives and girlfriends turning up at local car parks to get fucked and covered in hot cum.
He played on the baseball and varsity basketball teams, studied drama, and competed in public speaking through the Indiana High School Forensic Association.
After graduating from Fairmount High School in May 1949, He quit college to act full-time and was cast in his first speaking part, as John the Beloved Disciple, in Hill Number One, an Easter television special dramatizing the Resurrection of Jesus.
After his death in a car crash, the only child of Winton Dean and Mildred Marie Wilson.
He was primarily of English descent, with smaller amounts of German, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh ancestry.
He is remembered as a cultural icon of teenage disillusionment and social estrangement, as expressed in the title of his most celebrated film, Rebel Without a Cause (1955), in which he starred as troubled teenager Jim Stark.