* Timothy Carey, 65, a heavy-eyed character actor whose...

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May 16, 1994

* Timothy Carey, 65, a heavy-eyed character actor whose films ranged from "Paths of Glory" and "One-Eyed Jacks" to 1960s beach movies, died Wednesday in Los Angeles after suffering a stroke, his family said yesterday. Mr. Carey's acting career began with a part in Billy Wilder's 1951 movie "The Big Carnival" and included more than 50 feature films and many television roles, often as a villain. Some of his most recognized roles were in Stanley Kubrick's "The Killing" (1956) and "Paths of Glory" (1957) with Kirk Douglas.

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