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PostSubject: SHEILA LARKIN   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyTue Jul 24, 2012 5:28 pm

Sheila Larkin was born in February of 1944 in Brooklyn, New York. She is married to RW Goodwin, Executive Producer of the X Files. She has appeared in 63 titles since 1967 starting with Bonanza as Julie Larson in the episode “Showdown at Tahoe. She also appeared in The Virginian, Hawaii Five O, Gunsmoke, 7 episodes of Medical Center, Cannon, Police Story, Dallas and Adam 12 to name a few.
She was in 16 episodes of her Husband’s production of “The X-Files” as Margaret Scully.

She appeared in Highway To Heaven as Lauren Bryant in “A Special Love”.

One Episode of Little House
Sins of the Father in 1983
As Linda McAndrews

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In The X-Files as Margaret Scully 1994 - 2002
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X FILE EPISODES WITH SHEILA LARKIN
1.Beyond the Sea (7 January 1994) - Margaret Scully
2.Ascension (21 October 1994) - Margaret Scully
3.One Breath (11 November 1994) - Margaret Scully
4.The Blessing Way (22 September 1995) - Margaret Scully
5.Paper Clip (29 September 1995) - Margaret Scully
6.Wetwired (10 May 1996) - Margaret Scully
7.Memento Mori (9 February 1997) - Margaret Scully
8.Gethsemane (18 May 1997) - Margaret Scully
9.Redux II (9 November 1997) - Margaret Scully
10.Christmas Carol (7 December 1997) - Margaret Scully
11.Emily (14 December 1997) - Margaret Scully
12.Within (5 November 2000) - Margaret Scully (voice)
13.Deadalive (1 April 2001) - Margaret Scully
14.Essence (13 May 2001) - Margaret Scully
15.Nothing Important Happened Today (11 November 2001) - Margaret Scully
16.Provenance (3 March 2002) - Margaret Scully


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Amy, did you recognize her from the X-files? I don't remember her on Dallas, but I never thought anyone left the prairie. lol


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PostSubject: VICTOR IZAY   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyWed Jul 25, 2012 11:47 am

Victor Izay was born December 23, 1923 in Watertown, New York to Hungarian immigrants George and Helen Izay in the same year as Marcel Marceau, Harry Reasoner, Maria Callas, Norman Mailer and Henry Kissinger. His father was successful in real estate until the crash in 1929. The family was broke and they moved to Syracuse. To help make money for the family's expenses, the young boy had to endure a miserable paper route for four years delivering the morning Post-Standard in all weathers. He laughs about it now lamenting at not having had the sense to deliver the evening paper.

One of the first trips he took after getting out of the service was to Hollywood, California. His parents had moved there and he enrolled at Los Angeles City College where he was initially interested in radio however he found his way to the theatre department. Some of his classmates were Victor French and Vic Tayback--and they were The Three Vics. He also struck up friendships with Hugh O'Brien and Wayne Rogers. However, a diploma was not really what he wanted and so he lost interest in his college career. The young director/actor began traveling between Hollywood and Syracuse putting on shows. Roving the countryside in a '35 Chevy, he had no money, slept in his car by the side of the road, and ate the cans of beans that he would warm up on the manifold as he drove from town to town.

He did all aspects of production from writing publicity and scripts, gathering props, distributing tickets to making personal appearances: "I didn't stay in Hollywood and fret about becoming a movie star; I didn't go to New York City to dream of recognition  on the Broadway stage. Instead I elected to go to the provinces, the three thousand miles in between those two strongholds of theatre."

Over the years Vic was cast in literally hundreds of parts in the 1960s and 1970s. From I Spy to Peyton Place--from Little House on the Prairie to The Waltons, the roles came in bit by bit. There were some high points such as Billy Jack, a cult favorite filmed in New Mexico and starring Tom Laughlin and his wife Delores Taylor as a Native American ninja and teacher at an experimental alternative school and the trials of their students as they interact with racist townies. He had a recurring role in 12 episodes of  Gunsmoke as the character, Bull.

He  wrote and directed many plays for the next twenty five years in addition to narrating documentaries and doing commercial voice-overs. The last two movies he made, Employee of the Month and Wild Hogs were his most commercially successful films. They came at the very end of his career.

You may remember him as Justice Wilson who deputized The Regulators in "Young Guns". 1988

He acted in 69 titles from 1960 to 2008. They included The Streets of San Francisco,  Columbo, Marcus  Welby MD, Gunsmoke, Bonanza, The Billy Jack Movies and Rawhide to name a few.  He was in eleven episodes of  The Waltons as Dr. Matthew Vance.

Update: Victor Izay passed away in January of 2014 at the age of 90.....

He made two appearances on Little House.
Marvin’s Garden – 1983 – As Dr. Jenkins
Look Back To Yesterday – 1983 – As Thomas Hall

Diagnosing Jenny In "Marvin's Garden" - 1983
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Getting Albert A Scholarship in "Look Back To Yesterday" - 1983
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PostSubject: JON LORMER   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyWed Jul 25, 2012 12:46 pm

John Lormer, born as Jonathan Lormier, in May of 1906 in Canton, Ohio, appeared in three separate roles in Star Trek: The Original Series: as Dr. Theodore Haskins, in "The Cage" (and "The Menagerie"); as Tamar in "The Return of the Archons"; and as the unnamed old man in "For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky." He also appeared (as Nathan Grantham) in the 1982 horror-comedy film Creepshow. In 1959 he appeared in Lawman as Harry Tate a newspaper editor, in "The Big Hat". In 1960 he played Harry Gillespie in the Rawhide episode "Incident of the Last Chance". Between 1960 and 1963 he was in four episodes of The Twilight Zone. In 1960 he played The Reverend in Execution. In 1961 he played "Man" in Dust and was credited as "John Lormer". In 1962 he played Strauss in The Last Rites Of Jeff Myrtlebank and Fletch Dilbeck on The Andy Griffith Show. In 1963 he played the Minister in Jess-Belle. In 1964, he played the part of Parnell Rigsby, a farmer who lost his wallet, in an episode of The Andy Griffith Show. And finally, he played Reverend Jimson's father in "The Renegade" and Tuscarora tribesman Yellow Knife in "The Flaming Rocks" which were episodes of Daniel Boone. In 1967 he appeared as Dr. Pierre Blanchard in the 4th season of the sci-fi TV show "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" in the episode named "Fatal Cargo".

Tall, emaciated-looking, white-haired character actor, who first acted on the New York stage in 1936 ('American Holiday','Murder in the Cathedral') and later taught drama, as well as directing plays at the American Theatre Wing (the organisation famous for creating the Tony Award). Lormer acted in early live TV shows and was often featured on screen in stern or dour roles.

157 titles from 1950 – 1987. Some of them included, Father Murphy, Highway To Heaven, Star Trek, The Dukes of Hazzard, Rhoda, Barney Miller, The Waltons, James at 16, Gunsmoke, My Three Sons and Ironside to name a few.
Was only a year older than Katharine Hepburn yet played her father in "Rooster Cogburn".

He died in March of 1986 of natural causes in Burbank, Ca. He was 79.

He Was In Two Episodes of Little House
"Marvin's Garden - 1983 - Jebodiah Thoms
"The Preacher Takes A Wife" - 1979 - Jeremy Tyler


Jebodiah Thoms in Marvin's Garden
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"You Don't Know What it's Like To Be Old and Alone".
As Jeremy Tyler Talking To Reverend Alden In
The Preacher Takes a Wife

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PostSubject: CHARLOTTE STEWART   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyWed Jul 25, 2012 2:13 pm

One of three children, Charlotte Stewart was born in Yuba City, California, USA on 27 February 1941. In the 1950s, she studied acting in Pasadena. Charlotte Stewart has also worked with controversial filmmaker David Lynch on two occasions, in the cult classic Eraserhead (1977) and the TV series "Twin Peaks" (1990). Charlotte Stewart was once married to actor Tim Considine. They met on the set of “My Three Sons” where she played Agnes Finley. She was billed as Charlotte Considine from 1967 to 1968. They were married in 1965 and divorced in 1969.

She married David Banks (whom she had met years before, when she studied the craft of acting) in 1992. She is also a cancer survivor.

She has appeared in 67 titles beginning in 1952. Some of her appearances include Bonanza as Lisa Campbell, The Cheyenne Social Club, The Waltons in the pilot episode, The Imposter, Tremors and Tremors 3 as Nancy Sterngood to name a few.  She played Peg Rosebrock in four episodes of Coach, Betty Briggs in seven episodes of Twin Peaks and Tamra Logan in 12 episodes of  The Young and The Restless. She also played Cindy in one episode of Highway To Heaven in 1985 in A Song For Jason.

She was in 45 episodes of Little House as Eva Beadle beginning with “Country Girls” in 1974 and ending with I’ll Be Waving As You Drive Away Part 2 in 1978.

First Appearance in "Country Girls"
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First Husband Tim Considine
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Charlotte Visiting Melissa _ Little House Musical

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PostSubject: CARL STEVEN   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyWed Jul 25, 2012 6:20 pm

Carl Steven (a.k.a. Carlo Steven Krakoff), born in November of 1974 in Glendale Ca., is the actor who played 9-year-old Spock in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. This was his first feature film appearance. Steven would again play the younger version of a Leonard Nimoy character in the 1991 made-for-television movie Never Forget, directed by Joseph Sargent.

Steven was briefly a regular performer on the series Webster during the 1986-87 season and on the family drama Out of This World during the 1987-88 season. He also was on Simon & Simon (in the 1984 episode "The Wrong Stuff" with Gary Lockwood), Matt Houston (playing a young version of the title character in the 1984 episode "Blood Ties"), Trapper John, M.D. (on which Madge Sinclair was a regular),Diff'rent Strokes, Growing Pains, Punky Brewster (three episodes of Joey Deaton), Mr. Belvedere (with Star Trek: Voyager guest star Willie Garson), and Weird Science (four episodes as Matthew, including one with Daniel Riordan).

He appeared opposite Ray Buktenica in two TV movies: Wait Till Your Mother Gets Home! (1983, with James Gregory) and Heart of a Champion: The Ray Mancini Story (1985). He also appeared with Andrew Robinson, Chad Allen, and Biff Yeager in the 1985 TV movie Not My Kid and with Christopher Plummer, Zach Galligan, Kelsey Grammer, and Herta Ware in the 1986 mini-series 'Crossings.

His film credits following Star Trek III are comprised of 1985's Teen Wolf (featuring Gregory Itzin), 1989's Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (with Matt Frewer), and 1990's Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael (with Heidi Swedberg). He was nominated for three Best Young Actor awards in 1986,1987 and 1988.

Carl Steven died nearly a year ago on July 31, 2011 at age 36 (heroin overdose). His death occurred in Tucson, Arizona.

The following is a message left on the web from a friend of Carl’s.
“Carl Steven was a real family loving husband and new father and a talented actor and singer, musician. In his early young man years he got hooked on oxycontin after minor surgery. I knew him well. He meant no harm. Drugs makes you go crazy.
As such, ends a good man’s life chasing the pain free Happy Pill.
He leaves two brothers, also actors, his wife and son, his mom and dad.
RIP Carl”


His first role was on Little House in 1981
He Played Jess Miles – Elmer’s Brother
“For The Love Of Nancy” Seated at Right
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In "Honey I Shrunk The Kids" - 1989
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And Some People Still Wonder Why Michael Wrote "Home Again".............

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How sad...so terribly sad. Drugs take so many. : (
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PostSubject: ELMORE VINCENT   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyThu Jul 26, 2012 10:16 am

Elmore Vincent exemplifies the reason that I decided to profile the extras on Little House. He was a gentleman that no one would recognize when they heard his name, has no biographical info on the net and never made any headlines in Hollywood. He was just a good actor that enriched every story he ever appeared in.

Elmore was born in June of 1908 in Tom Green County, Texas. He appeared in 25 titles beginning in 1936 and his last appearances were on Little House. He played bit parts in The Lone Ranger, Highway Patrol, Sky King, The Real McCoys, The FBI Story, and the Dukes of Hazzard as Doc Appleby.

He also appeared in Father Murphy as a bum in the episode "John Michael Murphy R.I.P."

He died in March of 2000 in Los Angeles, Ca. at the age of 91.

He appeared in six episodes of Little House
The last appearances of his acting career. He was 74 years old at the time

1.The Werewolf of Walnut Grove (7 January 1980) - Old Man
2.Wave of the Future (7 December 1981) - Ernest
3.Welcome to Olesonville (11 October 1982) - Floyd
4.Love (29 November 1982) - Floyd
5.A Child with No Name (14 February 1983) - Floyd
6.For the Love of Blanche (7 March 1983) - Old Man

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Laura Getting Some Hair For Albert's Werewolf Stunt From Elmore
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I just saw him in A Child with no Name, a very good character actor. There are many that add to shows, without them, it wouldn't be as good. I'm glad you give the a voice.
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PostSubject: DIANE SHALET   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyThu Jul 26, 2012 2:45 pm

Diane Shalet, born in February of 1935 in New York City, was an accomplished writer and actor. She was published in short story anthologies. One of her books, Grief In a Sunny Climate, was well received by reviewers. In addition to her dual acting and writing career, Ms. Shalet was a highly regarded acting teacher.

She taught acting at UCLA with Robert Lewis for 14 years.

Made her Broadway debut at the Lincoln Center Repertory Theatre's production of "After the Fall" in 1964.

Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Actors Branch).

She was perhaps best known for her recurring role as Ms. Hawkins in the drama Matlock. Also, she made a guest appearance on The Monkees' TV show in the season two episode "The Fairy Tale," as The Fairy of The Locket (January 8, 1968). Ms. Shalet made over 200 guest appearances on episodic television shows. They include 2 episodes of Bonanza, Born Free, Cagney & Lacy, All in the Family, Gunsmoke, Mannix, and two episodes of The Waltons as Eula Pendleton.

She was married to fellow actor Michael Strong, and was the founder of Manhattan's Actors and Writers Lab.

Diane Shalet died on February 23, 2006 — her 71st birthday in Palm Springs, Ca.

She Was In One Episode of Little House as Mrs. Barton
Leslie’s Mother in “Dearest Albert, I’ll Miss You” - 1980


Talking To Albert
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PostSubject: DAN PRIEST   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyThu Jul 26, 2012 3:22 pm

Dan Priest was born in February of 1924 in Altus, Oklahoma. His acting career started in 1963 and lasted until his last performance in Beverly Hills 90210 in 1995. During his 32 year career he appeared in Murder She Wrote, Dynasty, The Dukes of Hazzard, Dallas, two episodes of the Waltons, and Hawk to name a few.

He appeared on Little House more than any program he acted in during his career. He was in six episodes.

Michael must have liked him when it came to trains, because that was all he was connected with in every episode.

He passed away in April of 2004 at the age of 80 in Los Angeles, Ca.

1.Dance with Me (22 January 1979) - Dispatcher
2.Mortal Mission (12 March 1979) - Stationmaster
3.Author! Author! (26 November 1979) - Stationmaster
4.Dearest Albert, I'll Miss You (17 November 1980) - Conductor
5.The In-laws (24 November 1980) - Conductor
6.The Lost Ones: Part 1 (4 May 1981) - Conductor


Busting Albert For Sneaking On The Train
in "Dearest Albert I'll Miss You"

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PostSubject: GEORGE MCDANIEL   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyThu Jul 26, 2012 4:19 pm

George McDaniel was born in St. Louis, Missouri in June of 1942. He is married to actress Melora Marshall, step-daughter of Will Geer. They have three children.

He performs in theatre as well as episodic television and has been an actor in television since 1973.

Some of his appearances include "General Hospital" (Niven: 1982), "Falcon Crest" (Alan Caldwell: 1984), "All My Children" (James Beardsley: 2009-2010). "Love, American Style", "Hill Street Blues", "Three's Company", "Dallas", "Knight Rider", "The Dukes of Hazzard", "Cagney & Lacey", "Crazy Like a Fox", "The A-Team", "Hunter", "Magnum, P.I.", "Mama's Family", "L.A. Law", "Saved by the Bell", "Beverly Hills, 90210", "ER", "The West Wing", "Law & Order: SVU", "Law & Order", "Law & Order: CI."

McDaniel has appeared on the big screen in Ole, Lionheart, and This Is Spinal Tap.

He has appeared on stage in Broadway's Big River (Special Ensemble Tony Honor) and Off-Broadway in Biography and Going Down Swinging. He has toured in White Christmas, Annie Get Your Gun, Showboat, Big River, and the U.S. premiere of Ragtime and has acted extensively in regional theater.

Most recently he has appeared in eight episodes of “All My Children” as James Beardsley.

He Was On One Episode of Little House As Alvin Cooper
Jame's and Cassandra’s Father
The Lost Ones – Part 1 - 1981

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PostSubject: M.E. LOREE   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyThu Jul 26, 2012 4:47 pm

M.E. Loree was born in January of 1945. She acted in eleven television shows and movies from 1980 to 2008. She appeared in 3 episodes of Hill Street Blues, Falcon Crest, Dynasty, Alien Nation, Doogie Howser, M.D., Cagney and Lacey, and The Incredible Shrinking Woman. Her last role was in 2008 in Rez Bomb (Movie).

She Was In Two Episodes of Little House

Love (1982)… Woman on Stagecoach
The Lost Ones: Part 1 (1981)… Sarah Cooper

Jame's and Cassandra's Mother - Sarah Cooper
In "The Lost Ones" Part 1

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Opening Scene of "Love" - 1982
Woman in Stagecoach

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Carl Steven (a.k.a. Carlo Steven Krakoff), born in November of 1974 in Glendale Ca., is the actor who played 9-year-old Spock in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. This was his first feature film appearance. Steven would again play the younger version of a Leonard Nimoy character in the 1991 made-for-television movie Never Forget, directed by Joseph Sargent.

Steven was briefly a regular performer on the series Webster during the 1986-87 season and on the family drama Out of This World during the 1987-88 season. He also was on Simon & Simon (in the 1984 episode "The Wrong Stuff" with Gary Lockwood), Matt Houston (playing a young version of the title character in the 1984 episode "Blood Ties"), Trapper John, M.D. (on which Madge Sinclair was a regular),Diff'rent Strokes, Growing Pains, Punky Brewster (three episodes of Joey Deaton), Mr. Belvedere (with Star Trek: Voyager guest star Willie Garson), and Weird Science (four episodes as Matthew, including one with Daniel Riordan).

He appeared opposite Ray Buktenica in two TV movies: Wait Till Your Mother Gets Home! (1983, with James Gregory) and Heart of a Champion: The Ray Mancini Story (1985). He also appeared with Andrew Robinson, Chad Allen, and Biff Yeager in the 1985 TV movie Not My Kid and with Christopher Plummer, Zach Galligan, Kelsey Grammer, and Herta Ware in the 1986 mini-series 'Crossings.

His film credits following Star Trek III are comprised of 1985's Teen Wolf (featuring Gregory Itzin), 1989's Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (with Matt Frewer), and 1990's Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael (with Heidi Swedberg). He was nominated for three Best Young Actor awards in 1986,1987 and 1988.

Carl Steven died nearly a year ago on July 31, 2011 at age 36 (heroin overdose). His death occurred in Tucson, Arizona.

The following is a message left on the web from a friend of Carl’s.
“Carl Steven was a real family loving husband and new father and a talented actor and singer, musician. In his early young man years he got hooked on oxycontin after minor surgery. I knew him well. He meant no harm. Drugs makes you go crazy.
As such, ends a good man’s life chasing the pain free Happy Pill.
He leaves two brothers, also actors, his wife and son, his mom and dad.
RIP Carl”


His first role was on Little House in 1981
He Played Jess Miles – Elmer’s Brother
“For The Love Of Nancy” Seated at Right
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In "Honey I Shrunk The Kids" - 1989
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And Some People Still Wonder Why Michael Wrote "Home Again".............


What a sad story...I'm shaking all over after reading it...Drugs are so awful! And you have people who even aids they are good and they must be freed! banghead banghead

Vanesa.


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PostSubject: ERIC CHRISTMAS   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyFri Jul 27, 2012 9:54 am

Eric Christmas, born in March of 1916, in London, England trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, gained experience in English repertory theatre in 1936, and had a principal role in the London production of Noel Coward's "Bitter Sweet" in the 1930s. During the Second World War, he was a member of Royal Air Force production units and performed in the RAF's Gang Show. After moving to Canada in 1948, he started a long association with television comedians Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster, playing the character Madam Hooperdink. His own show "Christmas is Coming" toured Canada in the 1950s. He was artistic director at the Ottawa Repertory Company in 1954 and ran the Peterborough Summer Theatre that year. He began a long association with Canada's Stratford Festival in 1957, performing in 12 seasons and 21 Shakespearean productions until 1970. It was Christmas and a group of veteran actors like William Hutt, Tony Van Bridge, Jean Gascon, Douglas Rain, Amelia Hall, and Mervyn Blake (among others) who helped define Stratford in its early years. His final appearance at Stratford was 1987, when he played Dogberry in "Much Ado About Nothing." Christmas also had associations over the years with the Canadian Players, San Diego's Globe Theatre, and the drama department at the University of California at San Diego. He and his first wife had three children (Robin, Holly, Kailee), six grandchildren.

He was also the father of Stephen Christmas, born in London, England, February 12, 1947. Haemophilia B was first diagnosed in Stephen when he was five, and the disease was first named Christmas disease after the boy. Stephen was treated with blood transfusions and other blood products throughout his life, and eventually was infected with HIV, which killed him in December 1993 at the age of 46.

Eric Christmas died in July of 2000 in Camarillo, California at the age of 84. He was in 113 productions between 1938 and 1998 in a career that spanned sixty years. Some of his appearances included Ally McBeal, High Anxiety, Days of Our Lives, Roseanne, Empty Nest, Bonanza, The Virginian, Cheers and Matlock to name a few. He was also in the movie “Porkys” in a hilarious role as the school principle, Mr. Carter.

He Was On One Little House Episode
A Very Touching Story Opposite Vera Miles
“The Last Summer” – 1983 - As Dewey
That’s Him At The Window

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Victor Mohica was born in July of 1933 in New York City, New York. He acted in 59 titles between 1960 and 1994. Some of them were Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, Adam 12, Hill Street Blues, Murder She Wrote, Whiz Kids with Matt Labyorteaux, Barnaby Jones, Police Story, Cannon, The Rookies and The Streets of San Francisco to name a few.

He was the star of Johnny Firecloud, a movie made for the big screen in 1975. Also had a part in the movie Final Countdown with Kirk Douglas in 1980.

Update: Victor Mohica died October 18th, 2019 in Sanford, Florida. He was 86 years old.

He Was in The Pilot Episode of Little House
As Soldat Du Chene - 1974

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John Steadman, born in July of 1909 in Greenville, South Carolina was a former radio personality who became a character actor when he retired after 30 years in radio. He began his acting career in 1970 and his last role was in 1990, both on television where he appeared many times. He also appeared in film where he usually had bit parts. He is probably best remembered as "Pop" in The Longest Yard with Burt Reynolds and directed by Robert Aldrich. He appeared with Reynolds in White Lightning as "Skeeter" and in Gator as "Ned McKlusky", "Gator's" father (that role played by Dabbs Greer in "White Lightning"). He also appeared in Emperor of the North (1973) and The Frisco Kid (1979), both directed by Aldrich. He had roles in two Cheech and Chong movies, Cheech & Chong's Next Movie (1980) and Things Are Tough All Over (1982).

He died in July of 1993 in Montrose, Ca. at the age of 83.

He appeared in 53 productions between 1970 and 1990 in a twenty year career. Some of them were The Outlaws, The A Team, St. Elsewhere, Simon and Simon, The Waltons, Barnaby Jones, Bonanza, The Quest and the movies The Choirboys, The Hills Have Eyes and The Grissom Gang.

He was a great character actor!

He Appeared in Two Little House Episodes

Little House on the Prairie – Pilot – 1974
Fredrick Holbrook – Carolyn’s Father
The Odyssey – 1979 - Jasper


Pilot as John Holbrook - Saying Goodbye to Carolyn Leaving the Big Woods
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Ivy Bethune, born in June of 1918, in Sevastopol, Russia,  is on the National Council of Actor's Equity, the local board of AFTRA, and heads several committees at the Screen Actor's Guild.

Miss Bethune is best known as "Miss Tuttle", a regular role, on "Father Murphy" (1981) 9 episodes , and for her 1987 recurring role of "Abigail" on "General Hospital" (1963).

Widowed twice, she is a passionate animal activist.

Her daughter, Zina Bethune, actress and ballet dancer, was killed at the age of 66 trying to help what turned to be a dead animal in Los Angeles. She was struck by an automobile.

Stately Russian-born character actress whose career has spanned over half a century - beginning with a regular role on radio's "Superman".

Performed in many of Southern California's theatre and repertory houses, including South Coast Repertory Co., La Mirada Theatre, Westwood Playhouse, Coronet Theatre, Theatre West, and, Colony Theatre. She appeared in "The World of Ray Bradbury" at the Colony, and other Bradbury shows such as "The Martian Chronicles", "Fahrenheit 451" and "Dandelion Wine".

She was in a total of 56 titles on television from 1949 thru 2010. They included Star Trek, Turner and Hooch, Back To The Future, CHiPs, Barney Miller, The Waltons in “The Children’s Carol”  as the Landlady, Charlies Angels, and Mannix to name a few.

Currently 94 years old and still very active.  

Update: Bethune died of natural causes on July 19, 2019, at age 101 in Woodland Hills, California.

One Little House Episode
“Plaque” – 1975
Alice Harper

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Anthony Zerbe was born in Long Beach, Ca. in May of 1936. He has kept busy in Hollywood and on stage since the late 1960s, often playing villainous or untrustworthy characters, with his narrow gaze and unsettling smirk. Zerbe was born May 20, 1936 in Long Beach, and served a stint in the United States Air Force before heading off to New York to study drama under noted acting coach Stella Adler. He made his screen debut as Dutchie, one of Charlton Heston's fellow cowhands in the western Will Penny (1968), played a miner in The Molly Maguires (1970), was a post-apocalyptic, lunatic messiah in The Omega Man (1971), hustled a naive Paul Newman in The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972), played a leper colony leader in Papillon (1973) and a former lawman gone bad in Rooster Cogburn (1975).

Zerbe also starred alongside David Janssen in the television series "Harry O" (1973) as the urbane, nattily dressed Lieutenant K.C. Trench, Janssen's sometime nemesis, for which he picked up an Emmy Award. Definitely in strong demand for sinister roles, Zerbe played a crazed scientist in the corny KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park (1978) (TV), was an arrogant father in The Dead Zone (1983), made a great General Ulysses S. Grant in "North and South, Book II" (1986), starred in the military drama Opposing Force (1986) and suffered a grisly demise in an airlock full of money in the James Bond thriller Licence to Kill (1989). Most recently, Zerbe has been seen as Councillor Hamann in The Matrix Reloaded (2003) and The Matrix Revolutions (2003).

In addition to his extensive television and film appearances, Zerbe has appeared in Broadway productions including "The Little Foxes", "Terra Nova" and "Solomon's Child". He was in residence for five summer seasons at The Old Globe Theatre playing several key Shakespearean characters to strong critical acclaim. He has also held residencies at the Theatre of the Living Arts in Philadelphia, the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., and the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston. In 2003, he toured across several states with Roscoe Lee Browne in their production of "Behind the Broken Words", a performance of 20th-century poetry, comedy and drama.

Often plays sinister villains or untrustworthy characters

He went to college with Kris Kristofferson.

“I think one year I was responsible for 163 screen deaths. That was a pretty good year for me, although it seems better than it actually was at a glance; 72 of those deaths were accounted for in one show.I've never really been serious about my villainy. I don't have a master plan. I suppose my philosophy is: Every villain has a mother. For every cold-blooded killer on your screen, there's a little old lady somewhere who calls him sonny.”
He was in 111 titles, mostly television, from 1963 thru 2009.

One Two Part Episode of Little House
The Wild Boy: Part 2 (1982)… Doctor Joshua McQueen
The Wild Boy: Part 1 (1982)… Doctor Joshua McQueen

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PostSubject: HARRIS YULIN   David's Little House Star Profiles and Trivia - Page 23 EmptyFri Aug 03, 2012 9:34 am

I have put off profiling Harris Yulin simply because of the character he played on Little House. I despised the character, which really means that Harris Yulin is a darn good actor

Harris  Yulin was born November 5th, 1937 in  Los Angeles, California. He was married to Gwen Welles until her death in 1993.

He is the the possessor of an intriguingly solemn, autocratic-looking mug, and his glowering intensity usually invites suspicion, scorn or skepticism... or all three. Yulin began appearing in films and TV in mid-life (1970), and a high percentage of his work earned standout notices, if not awards and outright stardom. He started impressively enough in Terry Southern's thoroughly bizarre film adaptation of John Barth's novel End of the Road (1970) amid a dream ensemble cast that included Stacy Keach, James Earl Jones, Dorothy Tristan, and James Coco. He then formed a strong acting bond with Keach, again playing best friend Wyatt Earp to Keach's Doc Holliday in an offbeat, revisionist version of their OK Corral story in 'Doc' (1971) that also co-starred Faye Dunaway. While strong supporting turns in The Midnight Man (1974), Night Moves (1975), Scarface (1983), Woody Allen's Another Woman (1988), Narrow Margin (1990), and Clear and Present Danger (1994) kept his name alive on the larger screen, his career found a stronger focus on TV. Over time, he played a number of flashy historical figures on the quality small screen, including Machine Gun Kelly (George Kelly), J. Edgar Hoover, Senator Joseph McCarthy, Israeli General Forman, Jesse James, George Marshall, Leonardo DaVinci and even the Bard himself.

Yulin's first prominent film role was in the Brian De Palma film Scarface (1983) as Mel Bernstein.

In 1989, he played the role of loud and obnoxious Judge Stephen Wexler in Ghostbusters II
He appeared in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, in the episode "Duet". During the second season of 24 he played the Director of the National Security Agency Roger Stanton. He was nominated for a 1996 Emmy for his portrayal of crime boss Jerome Belasco in the television series Frasier. In the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer he played Quentin Travers, head of the Watchers' Council. Yulin also appeared in Season 3 of Entourage in the episode "Return of the King" as studio head Arthur Gadoff.

In 2009, Yulin performed in The People Speak, a documentary feature film that uses dramatic and musical performances of the letters, diaries, and speeches of everyday Americans, based on historian Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States.
He is the the possessor of an intriguingly solemn, autocratic-looking mug, and his glowering intensity usually invites suspicion, scorn or skepticism... or all three. Yulin began appearing in films and TV in mid-life (1970), and a high percentage of his work earned standout notices, if not awards and outright stardom. He started impressively enough in Terry Southern's thoroughly bizarre film adaptation of John Barth's novel End of the Road (1970) amid a dream ensemble cast that included Stacy Keach, James Earl Jones, Dorothy Tristan, and James Coco. He then formed a strong acting bond with Keach, again playing best friend Wyatt Earp to Keach's Doc Holliday in an offbeat, revisionist version of their OK Corral story in 'Doc' (1971) that also co-starred Faye Dunaway. While strong supporting turns in The Midnight Man (1974), Night Moves (1975), Scarface (1983), Woody Allen's Another Woman (1988), Narrow Margin (1990), and Clear and Present Danger (1994) kept his name alive on the larger screen, his career found a stronger focus on TV. Over time, he played a number of flashy historical figures on the quality small screen, including Machine Gun Kelly (George Kelly), J. Edgar Hoover, Senator Joseph McCarthy, Israeli General Forman, Jesse James, George Marshall, Leonardo DaVinci and even the Bard himself.

He has been in 117 titles since 1970 and is still very much active today.

Appeared in One Little House Episode
Child of Pain – 1975 – As John Stewart

Alcoholic and Child Beater
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Sean Anthony Frye was born in Hollywood in September of 1966 to an American actor and an Irish native. Pushed into child labor (commercial television) at age 6, Frye was already studying with Mr. Lee Strasberg at The Actors Studio in Hollywood by age 9. Frye was eventually spotted in a Crest toothpaste commercial by director Ted Kotcheff and landed the role (sight unseen) of son Billy in the 1977 film "Fun with Dick and Jane." Father Virgil Frye (1930-2012) met caterer Sondra Peluce on the set of one of Frye's commercial television film shoots for M&M Candies, and his sister (actress, Soleil Moon Frye) was born soon thereafter. Frye "introduced" Soleil to his talent agency Herb Tannen & Associates and sister Soleil went on to much greater success. Sean Frye co-starred in long running stage productions of "The Petrified Man" opposite Marian Mercer, La MaMa Theater's "Skyjack '76, Entebbe" (Drama Critics Circle Award winner), and the madcap comedy "Crazy Marriage." Frye co-starred as Elizabeth Montgomery's son in two consecutive TV productions ("The Awakening Land" and "Act of Violence") and also portrayed Melissa Gilbert's very first love interest on "Little House on the Prairie." Best remembered as co-star Steve in the blockbuster classic "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" (1982), Frye was a world traveler by age 14. Briefly married to Rita Trinidad in 1987, Frye retired from the film industry in 1988, entering into social work following the death of two very close friends. In 1993 Frye met his spouse (retired army veteran Michael Alexander) when Alexander issued Frye a parking ticket in West Hollywood. The couple adopted their infant son (and center of their universe), Logan Frye Alexander, in 2003 and proceeded to live happily ever after.
Film
• Fun with Dick and Jane (1977) as Billy
• Loose Shoes (1980) as Bobby the S.T.O.P.-I.T. Poster Boy
• E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) as Steve
• For Keeps? (1988) as Wee Willy
Television
• Emergency! (1 episode, 1974) as Boy
• A Special Olivia Newton-John (1976) as Nigel
• A Circle of Children (1977) as Sean
• The Awakening Land (2 episodes, 1978) as Resolve Wheeler
• Little House on the Prairie (1 episode, 1979) as Jason
• Act of Violence (1979) as Jamie
• ABC Afterschool Specials (1 episode, 1985) as Punk Boyfriend
• Toughlove (1985) as Tim
Beyond acting, Frye was wardrobe consultant on the 1983 film Valley Girl.


One Little House on the Prairie Episode
Dance with Me -1979 - Jason

Asking Laura To Dance
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In E.T. - Going Home Scene - Sean As Steve - Right of C. Thomas Howell In One of The Greatest
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Frank DeKova, born in March of 1910, in New York City, parlayed a sinister scowl, piercing eyes and an all-around menacing attitude into a long career of playing icy triggermen, rampaging Indian chiefs, brutal Mexican army officers and the like. Therefore it would probably surprise most who know his work to discover that he was at one time a schoolteacher. DeKova gave up teaching for the stage, and played in many Shakespearean productions before getting work on Broadway. One of his first starring roles was in the classic detective play "Detective Story", which got him noticed and brought to Hollywood. He debuted in Viva Zapata! (1952) as the devious Mexican colonel who sets up Zapata's assassination. For the next several years he played an assortment of gangsters, killers, gunfighters and Indians--with time out to play a prehistoric patriarch in Roger Corman's Teenage Cave Man (1958)--and did much television work, including a standout job as a Mafia hitman assigned to kill Elliot Ness in "The Untouchables" (1959). The role for which he will be most remembered, however, is probably the one that was his most atypical: the scheming, somewhat untrustworthy but very funny Hekawi Chief Wild Eagle, the partner to Forrest Tucker's Sgt. O'Rourke in O'Rourke's various schemes to make money, in the western comedy series "F Troop" (1965). He showed a previously unknown talent for comedy and managed to steal most of the scenes he was in from such veterans as Tucker and Larry Storch. He died in his sleep in 1981 in Sepulveda, Ca. at the age of 71.

From 1950 thru 1982 he appeared in 139 productions.

He Was in Two Little House Episodes 3 Years Prior To His Death
The Halloween Dream – 1979 – Chief Kilowatt
The Craftsman – 1979 – Mr. Brower

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Ivan Wideman was born in February of 1967 in California. He acted on two programs and retired at
the ripe old age of 15.

Taxi and seven episodes of Little House

Taxi - Get Me Through the Holidays (16 December 1982) - Joey the mook (uncredited)

Little House Episodes
As Long as We're Together: Part 2 (18 September 1978) - Thomas
The Winoka Warriors (25 September 1978) - Thomas
The Man Inside (2 October 1978) - Thomas
There's No Place Like Home: Part 2 (16 October 1978) - Thomas
The Wedding (6 November 1978) - Thomas
Blind Journey: Part 1 (27 November 1978) - Thomas
Blind Journey: Part 2 (4 December 1978) - Thomas

Blind Journey - Part One - Adam With Thomas
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