Hugh John Krampe
University of California at Los Angeles
Kemper Military School
University of Cincinnati
Appeared on the TV series "Call of the Wild"
Reprised Earp in "Wyatt Earp Returns to Tombstone" (CBS)
Played Wyatt Earp again in "Luck of the Draw: The Gambler Returns" (NBC)
Returned to feature films after long absence in "Doing Time on Planet Earth"
Made TV-movie debut, "Wild Women"
Starred on Broadway in "Destry Rides Again"
Starred in "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp" (ABC)
Played Mitzi Gaynor's love interest in "There's No Business Like Show Business"
Made TV debut, "Fireside Theatre"
Broke into feature films with "Never Fear" and "The Return of Jesse James"
Joined Marine Corps; served as youngest drill instructor in Corp history
Returned to series TV in "Search"
Toured with national company of "Cactus Flower"
In 1955, he co-founded the Thalians, a show business philanthropic group and served as its president for its first three years.
O'Brian organized the Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation in 1958 and has since aided thousands of underprivileged boys.