Roland Scrivner

 

 

Age: 79

 

Summary: retired chief deputy firefighter in the Berkeley Fire Department and U.S. Army veteran who pursued a career later in life as a stage, television, and film actor, in which he landed a supporting role as Oscar Beasley in the Francis Ford Coppola fact-based movie Tucker: The Man & His Dream (1988), who became a presence on the San Francisco-area theater scene, where he played Alfred Doolittle in five separate productions of My Fair Lady and later dabbled in the short-lived TV show Midnight Caller before making his feature film debut.

 

 

Cause of Death: Injuries suffered in a golf-cart accident

 

Born: February 11, 1929

 

Died: November 30, 2008

 

Location: Walnut Creek, California