VITOR PERRIN—featured as Clay Brown on The Story of Holly Sloan, NBC, weekdays at 2:30, EST. Vick worked his way through the University of Wisconsin by being announcer, actor and producer on a local radio station; went to Hollywood, where his first job with NBC was attendant on their parking lot. He was soon made a staff announcer. In 1945 he freelanced as actor and announcer, lectured in radio at USC.
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