Aug. 17, 1933 El Monte Los Angeles County California, USA
Jan. 16, 1993 San Antonio Bexar County Texas, USA
Actor. As Linc Case, he replaced George Maharis (Buz Murdock) as Martin Milner's "Route 66" co-star during the series's fourth and final season (1963-64). Other regular TV roles were as 'Wes Macauley' in "It's a Man's World" (1962-63), 'Chance Reynolds' in "The Road West" (1966-67), and 'Paul Morgan' in "Dallas" (1983-84). When his "Dallas" character was written out of the series, he stayed with the production company, Lorimar, for three more years as its dialogue director. Films include "All the Young Men," with Alan Ladd and Sidney Poitier, "The Mountain Road" and "Shenandoah," both with James Stewart, "Chisum" and "Big Jake," both with John Wayne, and "Midway" with Charlton Heston and Henry Fonda.
Cause of death: Lung cancer Note: CM3, US Navy, Korea
loved all your roles rest in peace -
deborah dyess Added: Apr. 13, 2016
You portrayed the very first Vietnam Veteran character on any American TV show, on "Route 66", from 1963-64. Your portrayal of "Lincoln Case" was done with dignity and honor, years before Vietnam Vets would be given any in the entertainment world or that ...(Read more) -
Christopher Dean Carter Added: Feb. 17, 2016