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Ray Danton (Raymond Kaplan)

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Biography

New York City, New York, USA
Handsome and smooth natured leading man who often played oily individuals, Ray Danton was born in New York and dramatically trained at Carnegie Tech. First debuted on-screen as a moody Native American in Chief Crazy Horse (1955) and regularly guest-starred in many 1950s TV shows including Playhouse 90 (1956), Wagon Train (1957), and 77 Sunset Strip (1958)...often as a gunslinger or a slippery criminal. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Off-screen Reporter

Somebody Up There Likes Me 1956

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Character: Stan Hess

The Beat Generation 1959

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Character: Bay Husack

Ice Palace 1960

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Character: Capt. Frank

The Longest Day 1962

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Character: Magnus Repp

The Dick Powell Theatre 1961

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Character: Vincent Carver

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 1964

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Character: Fred Linden

The Chapman Report 1962

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Character: Jess Malloy

Arrest and Trial 1963

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Character: Joe Melcor

Night Gallery 1969

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Character: Johnny Manetti

77 Sunset Strip 1958

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Character: Chuck Mason

McCloud 1970

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Character: Victor Pappas

Banyon 1971

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Character: Josh Ferris

The Young Lawyers 1969

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Character: Secretary Raymon Ortega

It Takes a Thief 1968

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Character: Reed Clayton

The Big Valley 1965

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Character: Four Thumbs

Empire 1962

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Directing

Writing

Character: Chuck Mason

McCloud 1970

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