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Robert Culp, March 24, 2010 age 79: Culp was tall and handsome, the perfect look for the new medium of TV in the '50s and '60s, when he appeared mainly in Westerns. He shot to stardom when he co-starred with Bill Cosby in the espionage series "I Spy" in the mid-'60s, and then worked steadily the rest of his life. Though he had a few notable film roles, including in Paul Mazursky's "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice," Culp was largely a TV actor, appearing regularly on "Everybody Loves Raymond" and…


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9 TV Actors (from 1985-1989) that are going to be big!

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Richard Widmar (Dec 26, 1914 – March 24, 2008) American film, stage & tv actor. Nominated for Academy Award- role as villainous Tommy Udo in debut film, Kiss of Death, for which he also won Golden Globe Award, Most Promising Newcomer. Early in career Widmark specialized in similar villainous or anti-hero roles in films noir, but later branched out into more heroic leading & support roles in westerns, mainstream dramas & horror films. wikipedia


I don't like how they mixed the actors, original ones would be better but SECOND FAVORITEST QUOTE FROM THE BOOK. Jace is such a sweetheart he doesn't even know it ; Clace #ShadowhuntersTV

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Here's one many of you should recall, Rory Calhoun - this is a pub still from his TV show for CBS The Texan - it was on 1958-1960. He had been in a ton of western films in the 50s so this was no stretch for me to see him in this show. He was in a lot of TV shows as a guest in the 60s-70s esp and had one more brief TV series called The Capitol. ('82--86). - He was quite the Hollywood cad in his days.