Scott Marlowe

Scott Marlowe spent his early career appearing as dysfunctional teenagers in '50s melodramas like "The Scarlet Hour" and "The Young Guns", which mixed a traditional western setting with a cast of disaffected youths who ... Read more »
Born: 06/23/1932

Filmography

Actor (23)

Test 2014 (Movie)

Frankie (Actor)

Lightning in a Bottle 1995 - 1996 (TV Show)

Actor

Chasers 1994 (Movie)

Fast Food Clown (Actor)

Valley of the Dolls 1993 - 1994 (TV Show)

Actor

Perfect Strangers 1990 - 1991 (Tv Show)

Actor

Thou Shalt Not Kill 1981 - 1982 (TV Show)

Actor

Mystique 1980 (Movie)

Ted Bartel (Actor)

Executive Suite 1976 - 1977 (TV Show)

Actor

Adams of Eagle Lake 1974 - 1975 (TV Show)

Actor

Journey Into Fear 1975 (Movie)

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Travis Logan, D.A. 1970 - 1971 (TV Show)

Actor

A Cold Wind in August 1961 (Movie)

Vito Perugino (Actor)

The Subterraneans 1960 (Movie)

Julien Alexander (Actor)

Riot in Juvenile Prison 1958 (Movie)

Eddie Bassett (Actor)

The Cool and the Crazy 1958 (Movie)

Bennie Saul (Actor)

Men in War 1957 (Movie)

Meredith (Actor)

The Restless Breed 1957 (Movie)

Allan (Actor)

The Scarlet Hour 1956 (Movie)

Vince (Actor)

Following Her Heart (TV Show)

Actor

Night Slaves (TV Show)

Actor

No Place Like Home (TV Show)

Actor

Seasons of the Heart (TV Show)

Actor

The Critical List (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Scott Marlowe spent his early career appearing as dysfunctional teenagers in '50s melodramas like "The Scarlet Hour" and "The Young Guns", which mixed a traditional western setting with a cast of disaffected youths who gravitate towards a life of crime. As he grew out of these roles, he became a familiar face on many TV westerns, portraying a naive Austrian nobleman in a memorable episode of "Have Gun - Will Travel", landing a role as outlaw John Wesley Hardin on the long-running serial "Bronco", and scoring minor roles on the award-winning series "Gunsmoke". In 1966, Marlowe began the first of many appearances on the government-approved political drama "The F.B.I.", which portrayed the agency as populated with decent, hard-working agents and became a critical and commercial success. Marlowe next joined the cast of the boardroom drama "Executive Suite", about the personal and political dealings of a powerful California corporation; after the show was canceled at the end of its first season, he embarked on a string of TV guest roles. He worked steadily through the '80s on shows like the cop drama "T.J. Hooker" and the family sitcom "Perfect Strangers", but he didn't land another regular role until he was cast as the powerful Michael Burke on the 1994 series "Valley of the Dolls", based on the best-selling Jacqueline Susann novel about the drugged and depressed lives of a group of New York City-based women.

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