Like a lot of the better actors, Lee Kinsolving was first noticed on Broadway and like so many of the New York actors at the time, ended up on live television - most notably in the small screen version of the Eugene O'Neill play, Ah Wilderness.
After that, Hollywood came a calling and like so many of his peers, he wound up in memorable episodes of classic shows like Have Gun Will Travel, Hawaiian Eye, The Outer Limits, Gunsmoke and Route 66. And although his television work is quite good, it's in the movies where his career should have landed.
He received a Golden Globe nomination for his moving work in The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, but sadly only made one more movie after that - the teen drama, The Explosive Generation. Lee Kinsolving had the talent and good looks to be a Hollywood movie star, but for reasons most of us will never know, it just wasn't in the cards - leaving him to be forever part of the Not Very Famous...but should be.