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Griffith was raised Baptist and looked up to Ed Mickey, a minister at Grace Moravian Church, who led the brass band and taught him to sing and play the trombone.
Mickey nurtured Griffith's talent throughout high school until graduation in 1944.
He did win the 1956 Theatre World Award, however, a prize given for debut roles on Broadway. Griffith does not have to condescend to Will Stockdale" (his role in the play), wrote Brooks Atkinson in The New York Times.
"All he has to do is walk on the stage and look the audience straight in the face. His only other New York stage appearance was the titular role in the 1959 musical Destry Rides Again, co-starring Dolores Gray.
As a student at Mount Airy High School, Griffith cultivated an interest in the arts, and he participated in the school's drama program.
A growing love of music, particularly swing, would change his life.
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Known for his southern drawl, his characters with a folksy-friendly personality, and his gruff, gregarious voice, Griffith was a Tony Award nominee for two roles, and gained prominence in the starring role in director Elia Kazan's film A Face in the Crowd (1957) before he became better known for his television roles, playing the lead roles of Andy Taylor in the sitcom The Andy Griffith Show (1960–1968) and Ben Matlock in the legal drama Matlock (1986–1995).At UNC, he was president of the UNC chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, America's oldest fraternity for men in music. Griffith's early career was as a monologist, delivering long stories such as What It Was, Was Football, which is told from the point of view of a naïve country preacher trying to figure out what was going on in a football game.Griffith starred in Ira Levin's one-hour teleplay version of No Time for Sergeants (March 1955) — a story about a country boy in the United States Air Force — on The United States Steel Hour, a television anthology series.Talk Business Politics, Arkansas congressional challengers oppose AG Session’ marijuana enforcement directive. Shreveport Times, Despite DOJ move, Louisiana moving ahead with medical marijuana. KSLA News 12, Water boil order issued for people at Lake Claiborne and the north side of Home. Multiple sources, “Coach” star Jerry Van Dyke, Hot Spring County resident, has died at the age of 86. Multiple sources, Astronaut John Young, 87, part of two moon missions and the first Space Shuttle pilot, has died. Evan Smith, Rita Clements, former first lady of Texas, has died at the age of 86. NOLA.com, Combo of heavy rain and cold ground could mean flooding in New Orleans. The Advocate, Bayou Bridge pipeline winds up in court as environmentalists square off with State of Louisiana. Associated Press, Magnitude 3.5 earthquake south of San Antonio. Arkansas Children’s Hospital, ACH Northwest preparing for opening.
As a baby, Griffith lived with relatives until his parents could afford to buy a home.