Dub Taylor

Omnipresent, much-loved character actor, a fixture of Westerns for over 60 years. Taylor began in vaudeville playing the harmonica and the xylophone, and the latter talent came in handy when he made his film debut as ... Read more »
Born: 02/26/1907 in Richmond, Virginia, USA


Actor (101)

Hee Haw! 1968 - 1995 (TV Show)


Maverick 1994 (Movie)

Room Clerk (Actor)

Johnny Bago 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)


Falling From Grace 1992 (Movie)

Grandpa Parks (Actor)

The Luck of the Draw: The Gambler Returns 1991 - 1992 (TV Show)


My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys 1991 (Movie)

Gimme Cap (Actor)

Back to the Future III 1990 (Movie)

Saloon Old Timer (Actor)

Designing Women 1989 - 1990 (Tv Show)


The Hee Haw 20th Anniversary Show 1987 - 1988 (TV Show)


The Best of Times 1986 (Movie)

Mac (Actor)

Cannonball Run II 1984 (Movie)

Police Officer (Actor)

The Outlaws 1983 - 1984 (TV Show)


Pumpboys and Dinettes on Television 1982 - 1983 (TV Show)


Bret Maverick 1981 - 1982 (TV Show)


Getting There 1979 - 1980 (TV Show)


Used Cars 1980 (Movie)

Tucker (Actor)

1941 1979 (Movie)

Mr Malcomb (Actor)

The Dooley Brothers 1978 - 1979 (TV Show)


The Great Smokey Roadblock 1978 (Movie)


The Rescuers 1977 (Movie)

of Digger (Voice)

They Went That-a-Way & That-a-Way 1977 (Movie)

Warden Warden (Actor)

Burnt Offerings 1976 (Movie)

Walker (Actor)

Doc Hooker's Bunch 1976 (Movie)


Moonshine County Express 1976 (Movie)

Uncle Bill (Actor)

Treasure of Matecumbe 1976 (Movie)

Sheriff Forbes (Actor)

Gator 1975 (Movie)

Mayor Caffrey (Actor)

Hearts of the West 1975 (Movie)

Nevada Ticket Agent (Actor)

Pony Express Rider 1975 (Movie)

Boomer Riley (Actor)

The Creature From Black Lake 1975 (Movie)


The Winds of Autumn 1975 (Movie)


Country Blue 1974 (Movie)


Flash and the Firecat 1974 (Movie)

Sheriff C W Thurston (Actor)

Honky Tonk 1973 - 1974 (TV Show)


Poor Pretty Eddie 1974 (Movie)


Thunderbolt And Lightfoot 1974 (Movie)

Gas Station Attendant (Actor)

Junior Bonner 1972 (Movie)

Bartender (Actor)

Man and Boy 1972 (Movie)

Atkins (Actor)

Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid 1972 (Movie)


The Delphi Bureau 1971 - 1972 (TV Show)


This Is a Hijack 1972 (Movie)

Sheriff Gordon (Actor)

Tom Sawyer 1972 (Movie)

Clayton (Actor)

Evel Knievel 1971 (Movie)

Turquoise Smith (Actor)

Support Your Local Gunfighter 1971 (Movie)


The Getaway 1971 (Movie)

Laughlin (Actor)

The Murdocks and the McClays 1970 - 1971 (TV Show)


Wild in the Sky 1971 (Movie)

Officer Roddenberry (Actor)

A Man Called Horse 1970 (Movie)

Joe (Actor)

Black Jack 1970 (Movie)

Roddenberry (Actor)

The Flim-Flam Man 1969 - 1970 (TV Show)


The Liberation of L.B. Jones 1970 (Movie)

Mayor (Actor)

Death of a Gunfighter 1969 (Movie)

Doc Adams (Actor)

The Learning Tree 1969 (Movie)

Spikey (Actor)

The Reivers 1969 (Movie)

Dr Peabody (Actor)

The Undefeated 1969 (Movie)

McCartney (Actor)

The Wild Bunch 1969 (Movie)

Mayor Wainscoat (Actor)

The Wild Country 1969 (Movie)


Tick, Tick, Tick 1969 (Movie)

Junior (Actor)

Bandolero! 1968 (Movie)

Attendant (Actor)

The Andy Griffith Show 1960 - 1968 (TV Show)


The Shakiest Gun in the West 1968 (Movie)

Pop McGovern (Actor)

Bonnie and Clyde 1967 (Movie)

Ivan Moss (Actor)

Don't Make Waves 1967 (Movie)

Electrician (Actor)

Hazel 1961 - 1966 (TV Show)


The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin 1966 (Movie)

Timekeeper (Actor)

Major Dundee 1965 (Movie)

Priam (Actor)

The Cincinnati Kid 1965 (Movie)

Dealer (Actor)

The Hallelujah Trail 1964 (Movie)

Clayton Howell (Actor)

The Roy Rogers Show 1951 - 1964 (TV Show)


Spencer's Mountain 1963 (Movie)

Percy Cook (Actor)

Sweet Bird of Youth 1962 (Movie)

Dan Hatcher (Actor)

Parrish 1961 (Movie)

Teet Howie (Actor)

Home From the Hill 1960 (Movie)

Bob Skaggs (Actor)

A Hole in the Head 1958 (Movie)

Fred (Actor)

No Time For Sergeants 1958 (Movie)

Draft Board Man (Actor)

The Fastest Gun Alive 1956 (Movie)


You Can't Run Away From It 1956 (Movie)

Joe (Actor)

I Died a Thousand Times 1955 (Movie)

Ed (Actor)

Tall Man Riding 1955 (Movie)


A Star Is Born 1954 (Movie)

Driver (Actor)

Riding Shotgun 1954 (Movie)

Eddie (Actor)

The Bounty Hunter 1954 (Movie)

Danvers (Actor)

Them 1954 (Movie)

Watchman (Actor)

What's Buzzin' Cousin? 1942 (Movie)

Jed (Actor)

You Can't Take It With You 1938 (Movie)


Brock's Last Case (TV Show)


Conagher (TV Show)


Cowboy Canteen (Movie)


Great Day (TV Show)


Once Upon a Texas Train (TV Show)


One Man's Law (Movie)

Nevady (Actor)

Ride a Northbound Horse (TV Show)


Riding High (Movie)

Joe (Actor)

Road Show (TV Show)


Shootout in a One-Dog Town (TV Show)


Silver Trails (Movie)

Cannonball (Actor)

Something For a Lonely Man (TV Show)


Taming of the West (Movie)

Cannonball (Actor)

The Outlaws (Movie)

L.D. Sloane (Actor)

The Story of Will Rogers (Movie)

Actor (Actor)


Omnipresent, much-loved character actor, a fixture of Westerns for over 60 years. Taylor began in vaudeville playing the harmonica and the xylophone, and the latter talent came in handy when he made his film debut as the untalented xylophone-playing Ed Carmichael, one of a family of zanies peopling Frank Capra's adaptation of the George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart farce, "You Can't Take It With You" (1938). Although he can be spotted in that same year's delightful Ginger Rogers-Fred Astaire musical "Carefree" (1938), Taylor soon began hitting the dusty trail in "The Taming of the West" (1939), "The Man from Tumbleweeds" (1940), "Sagebrush Heroes" (1944) and dozens of others during the 1940s. He proved himself one of the best things to happen to fine "B" Westerns as he played comic sidekick first to Bill Elliott, then to Charles Starrett and later to Russell Hayden.


Faydean Taylor


Florence Dean


Buck Taylor

born in 1938

Cooper Taylor



Classen High School

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma



Returned to features after nearly seven years to play a role in "Back to the Future III"


Billed as "Walter Dub Taylor" in the feature crime drama, "Crime Wave", directed by Andre de Toth


Made feature film debut in Frank Capra's film version of the George S Kaufman-Moss Hart farce, "You Can't Take It With You"


Was under contract to Columbia Pictures

Played recurring role of Ben on "The Andy Griffith Show" in the 1960s

Played a variety of roles on the long-running "The Roy Rogers Show" on TV in the 1950s (date approximate)

Played recurring role of Mitch Brady, one of the title heroine's suitors on the TV sitcom, "Hazel" in the early 1960s

Played recurring role of Toothless Tim Teal on the NBC western series, "Bret Maverick"

Played Ed Hewley on the first season of the NBC-TV sitcom, "Please Don't Eat the Daisies"

Played the harmonica and the xylophone in vaudeville

Raised in Augusta, Georgia, and Greenville, South Carolina