The career of William Prince dates back to his first stage work in the late '30s. On film, Prince came across as handsome and personable, but somehow, despite the fact that he appeared in numerous feature films, his career never caught fire and major movie stardom eluded him. His best movie role was as the good-looking but vapid Christian in the 1950 Cyrano de Bergerac. Ageing gracefully into a solid character actor, Prince remained in demand for film and TV roles into the 1990s. William Prince's latter-day TV reputation rested on his hundreds of soap opera appearances: He played Ken Baxter on Another World, Ben Travis on The Edge of Night, Judge Henderson on Search for Tomorrow, Russell Barry on A World Apart, and the father of the title character in Young Dr. Malone. Prince passed away at age 83 in Tarrytown, NY.