In his two-and-a-half-hour interview, E. G. Marshall (1910-1998) talks about his childhood, education, and performing with the American Art Theater. He recalls early roles on Broadway including The Skin of Our Teeth and The Iceman Cometh, and his time at the Actors Studio. He describes his earliest television roles including a Kraft Theatre production of "Macbeth," a Studio One adaptation of "Mary Poppins," and his roles on several classic anthology series such as The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse and Actors Studio. Marshall discusses starring in the popular legal drama The Defenders alongside Robert Reed, and playing a doctor in The Bold Ones. He speaks of his then-recent role on Chicago Hope, as well as his wish at the time to keep working for as long as possible. Bill Tynan conducted the interview on October 15, 1997 in Armonk, NY.