Franklin Cover was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Cover began his acting career in film, appearing in such titles as the Gregory Peck suspenseful mystery "Mirage" (1965), the George Peppard comedic adaptation "What's So Bad About Feeling Good?" (1968) and the Katharine Ross horror flick "The Stepford Wives" (1975). He had a part on the television special "Change at 125th Street" (CBS, 1973-74). He also starred in the TV movies "Short Walk to Daylight" (ABC, 1972-73) and "The Connection" (ABC, 1972-73). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the crime flick "Wall Street" (1987) with Michael Douglas and the action picture "Spy Trap" (1988) with Jason Kristofer. He also landed a role in the miniseries "A Woman Called Golda" (1981-82). His work around this time also included a part on the TV movie "The Day the Bubble Burst" (NBC, 1981-82). Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles on "Living Single" (1992-98), "ER" (NBC, 1994-2009) and "New York Daze" (Fox, 1995-96). He also was featured in the TV movie "A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Lethal Lifestyle" (NBC, 1993-94). Cover last appeared on "TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcoms 4" (Fox, 1999-2000). Cover passed away in February 2006 at the age of 78.