Guy Stockwell

Although he's not as well known as his younger brother, Dean, who starred in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet ," among other notable films, Guy Stockwell acted in dozens of films and television shows in a career that spanned ... Read more »
Born: 11/16/1934

Filmography

Actor (31)

Grotesque 1990 (Movie)

Orville Kruger (Actor)

Santa Sangre 1990 (Movie)

Orgo (Actor)

Mick and Frankie 1988 - 1989 (TV Show)

Actor

Murder, She Wrote 1986 - 1989 (Tv Show)

Actor

Quantum Leap 1988 - 1989 (Tv Show)

Actor

Scene of the Crime 1984 - 1985 (TV Show)

Actor

Forty Days of Musa Dagh 1982 (Movie)

Simon Tomassian (Actor)

Ark II 1976 - 1977 (TV Show)

Actor

Airport 1975 1974 (Movie)

Colonel Moss (Actor)

Return to Peyton Place 1971 - 1974 (TV Show)

Actor

It's Alive 1973 (Movie)

Clayton (Actor)

The Gatling Gun 1972 (Movie)

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In Enemy Country 1968 (Movie)

Lieutenant Colonel Philip Braden (Actor)

Banning 1967 (Movie)

Jonathan Linus (Actor)

Tobruk 1967 (Movie)

Lt Max Mohnfeld (Actor)

And Now Miguel 1966 (Movie)

Perez (Actor)

Beau Geste 1966 (Movie)

Beau (Actor)

King's Pirate 1966 (Movie)

John Avery (Actor)

Blindfold 1965 (Movie)

Fitzpatrick (Actor)

The Plainsman 1965 (Movie)

Buffalo Bill Cody (Actor)

The Richard Boone Show 1963 - 1965 (TV Show)

Actor

The War Lord 1964 (Movie)

Draco (Actor)

Thriller 1960 - 1962 (TV Show)

Actor

Please Don't Eat the Daisies 1960 (Movie)

Young Man (Actor)

The Beat Generation 1959 (Movie)

Detective (Actor)

Columbo Goes to College (TV Show)

Actor

Hell Town (TV Show)

Actor

The Sound of Anger (TV Show)

Actor

Unspeakable Acts (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Although he's not as well known as his younger brother, Dean, who starred in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet ," among other notable films, Guy Stockwell acted in dozens of films and television shows in a career that spanned five decades. After doing uncredited work for television in the late 1950s, Stockwell received his big break in 1961, landing a recurring role on the outdoor action series "Adventures in Paradise." He played the role of the first mate, Chris Parker, for one season, before being hired by Universal Studios as a contract player in 1965. From there, Stockwell starred in the historical epics "The War Lord" and "Tobruk ." He played Buffalo Bill Cody in 1966's "The Plainsman," but his contract with Universal ended in 1968. As a result, Stockwell gravitated towards television. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s he guest-starred on cop dramas like "CHiPs " and "T.J. Hooker ," before making his final onscreen appearance as a club owner on the crime series "Columbo" in 1990.

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