Belton O'Neal Compton Jr., a film and TV actor who spent years in Charleston, died Feb. 18, 2019. He was 68.
O'Neal Compton spent the 1990s in Los Angeles working as a character actor in numerous popular …
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O'Neal Compton spent the 1990s in Los Angeles working as a character actor in numerous popular movies, including "Attack of the 50-Foot Woman," "Made in America," "Nell," "Nixon," "Diabolique," "Deep Impact" and "Primary Colors." He appeared in TV shows such as "Martin," "Quantum Leap," "Home Improvement," "Seinfeld" and "Coach."
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