Gangly actor best known as Darren Stephens, the befuddled husband of nose-twitching witch Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery) on the long-running TV comedy, "Bewitched". York began his career as a child a...
Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
|Bewitched||1971 1963 - 1971||Actor||Darrin Stevens||19717|
|The Last Blitzkrieg||1958||Actor||Sergeant Ludwig||19587|
|Inherit the Wind||1960||Actor||Bertram T Cates||19607|
|Operation Mad Ball||1957||Actor||Corporal Bohun||19577|
|They Came to Cordura||1958||Actor||Private Renziehausen||19587|
|Thriller||1961 1959 - 1961||Actor||Performer||19617|
|High School, U.S.A.||1983 1982 - 1983||Actor||Superintendant McCarthy||19837|
|The "Twilight" Zone||Actor||Captain Riker||7|
|The "Twilight" Zone||Actor||Hector B Poole||7|
|Wilson's Reward||1983 1982 - 1983||Music||n/a||1|
|Quit pain killers cold turkey|
|Played Darren Stephens on hit TV series, "Bewitched"; replaced by Dick Sargent in 1969|
|Film debut, "Three Stripes in the Sun"|
|TV debut in Gore Vidal's "Visit to a Small Planet" on "Goodyear Playhouse"|
|Starred in first TV series, "Going My Way"|
|Injured back on the set of the western film, "They Came to Cordura"|
|Began acting career as a child, performing in radio shows in Chicago; starred in network radio program "That Brewster Boy" at age 15|
|Founded Acting for Life, a private fundraising effort to help the homeless|
|Moved to Rockford, Michigan|
York's first TV series was "Going My Way" (1962-63), based on the 1944 Bing Crosby film, but it is his co-starring role on "Bewitched" for which he remains best known. York remained with the show from its debut in 1964 to 1969, when problems stemming from an old back injury forced him to leave; he was replaced by Dick Sargent, who continued in the role until 1972.
In the years after his retirement from acting York was active with his private fund-raising effort called Acting for Life, soliciting money for the homeless by telephone while confined to his home by emphysema and a degenerative spinal condition.
|Joan York||Wife||married c. 1951; born c. 1931|
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