American Television Actor, 1930s Birth Introduction: Jon Cypher, Bill Cobbs, Diana Sands, Bob Mcgrath, David Newell, Sue Ane Langdon
General Books, 2010 - 242 pages
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Jon Cypher, John Gabriel, Mary Ann Mobley, Diana Sands, Sue Ane Langdon, Jack Colvin, Blackie Dammett, David Newell, Salome Jens, Jack Riley, Mark Margolis, Bernie Kopell, Barbara Montgomery, Marla Adams, Arlene Martel, Roger C. Carmel, Michael Hawkins, Lindsay Crosby, Kathryn Hays, Peter Palmer, Paul Mantee, David Froman, Charles Dierkop, Cathryn Damon, Hal Williams, Jack Dodson, Robert Mandan, Billie Hayes, Nancy Malone, Alex Cord, David Bailey, Ronnie Claire Edwards, Michael Storm, Gilbert Lani Kauhi, Brandon Maggart, Lawrence Pressman, Howard Platt, Mark Slade, Chris Robinson, Roger Perry, Deanna Lund, Otis Young, Mary Jo Catlett, Charles Kimbrough, Frank Buxton, Richard Libertini, Robert Lee Minor, Kim Winona, Carl Wright, Joan Weldon, Aneta Corsaut, Elmarie Wendel, John Bartholomew Tucker, John Bliss, Maeve McGuire, Paddi Edwards, Eldon Quick, Lynn Hamilton, Edward Mallory, John Karlen, Ricki Wertz, Bob Dishy, Carol Arthur, Allen Case, Oliver Clark, Ron Feinberg, Patricia Bruder, Michael Stroka, Richard De Angelis, Carl Held, Hope Holiday, Scoey Mitchell, Monte Landis, Kwan Hi Lim, John Clarke, Joe E. Tata, Barbara Bostock, Narda Onyx, Diane Shalet, Ron Tomme, Ren Enr quez, Mary Doyle, Nathaniel Taylor, Linden Chiles, Stewart Moss, William Beckley, Bobby Clark, Judy Farrell, Maggi Parker, Seth Sakai, Catherine Higgins, Edward Knight, Russ McCubbin, Robert Rodan. Excerpt: Jon Cypher (born January 13, 1932) is an American actor. Born in New York City, Cypher graduated from Erasmus Hall High School in 1949 and Brooklyn College in 1953. He made his television debut as the Prince in the original 1957 production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella opposite Julie Andrews in the title role. He is particularly remembered as Chief of Police Fletcher Daniels in Hill Street Blues, a role he played throughout the life...
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