He showed his serious side as ambassador for UNICEF and in his dramatic role in the memorable TV film Skokie, when he played a Holocaust survivor.
He received a second Oscar nomination for his dramatic role in The Bad and the Beautiful (1952), opposite Lana Turner, and his third Oscar nomination for portraying Vincent van Gogh in Lust for Life (1956), which landed him a second Golden Globe nomination.
Wisdom later forged a career on Broadway in New York City and as a television actor, winning critical acclaim for his dramatic role of a dying cancer patient in the television play Going Gently in 1981.
He won critical acclaim in 1981 for his dramatic role of a dying cancer patient in the television play Going Gently.
Cedeño also debuted in television shows in dramatic roles in soap operas such as Alejandra, Karina Montaner, and Apartamento de Solteras . He achieved recognition for his dramatic role as a young drug addict in the telenovela Andrea.