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With his lean little frame and balding pate, he played TV's extraterrestrial extraordinaire for three glorious seasons. Still, Walston did so much more than sprout antennae--he stole the show in both stage and film versions of "South Pacific" and "Damn Yankees," and won two Emmys playing Judge Bone on "Picket Fences.
But he'll always be our "Favorite Martian. In "Delta Wedding" and "The Optimist's Daughter," or any one of her masterful short stories, the Pulitzer Prize winner churned out tales that were sometimes chilling, sometimes charming, always as Southern as sweet tea.
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Ray Walston. If there is life on Mars, let's hope it's like Ray Walston. With his lean little frame and balding pate, he played TV's extraterrestrial extraordinaire for three glorious seasons.