January 04, 2019
Today, we are checking in with character actor Earl Holliman! He'll always be Cook from Forbidden Planet
for me. Holliman has had a tremendous career. Let's check in with him and find out what he's been doing these days.
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Michael Biehn: Most famous for his role as Kyle Reese in the movie "The Terminator", he's also appeared in "Aliens, "The Rock", "The Abyss", and other movies
McLean Stevenson: He played Lt. Col Henry Blake in the TV series "M*A*S*H" and starred in the series "Hello, Larry"
Danny Kaye: Starred in the movie "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" and the TV show "The Danny Kaye Show", worked for UNICEF after retiring from show business
(Answer at the bottom)
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September 11, 1928 in Delhi, Louisiana, USA
Henry Earl Holliman
CLAIM TO FAME:
Earl Holliman is an American actor known for his many character roles in films, mostly westerns and dramas, in the 1950s and 1960s. He won a Golden Globe Award for the film The Rainmaker (1956), Sci-fi classic Forbidden Planet (1956) and portrayed Sergeant Bill Crowley on the television police drama Police Woman throughout its 1974-1978 run.
Holliman never married and has no children.
He is also a vegan and is against the use of exploiting animals by using their furs for clothing.
During World War II, he lied about his age and enlisted in the U.S. Navy at 15. He was discharged a year later when his real age was discovered. Following his high school graduation he rejoined the Navy at 18 and was stationed in Norfolk, VA, where he became involved in the Norfolk Navy Theater and appeared in leading roles in several productions.
Holliman is also known for his work as an animal-rights activist, including more than 25 years as president of Actors and Others for Animals.
He is one of the few former Hollywood performers who, even in retirement, takes great care, thought, and pride in replying to every piece of fan mail he receives.
He is one of many notable names in the entertainment industry who have been cited in the short saying "There are five stages in the life of an actor" by Hollywood columnist Mike Connolly (e.g. "Who's Earl Holliman? Get me Earl Holliman. Get me a Earl Holliman Type. Get me a young Earl Holliman. Who's Earl Holliman?").
In 1998, he authored a short story for the book Chicken Soup for the Pet Lovers Soul, entitled "The Woman Who Took Chickens Under Her Wing" which was based on a real account of his experience with an animal rescuer.
Played the main character in the very first "Twilight Zone" episode to be telecast, "Where is Everybody?" (October 2, 1959).
He was chosen over Elvis Presley to play the role of Jim Curry in The Rainmaker (1956).
Out of all his movie roles, he cites The Rainmaker (1956) as being his personal favorite.
He is a staunch conservative Republican.
WHERE IS HE NOW:
Holliman appears to have unofficially retired from acting. He currently resides in Studio City, California, and grants occasional interviews.
2000 The Perfect Tenant...Arthur Michaels
2000 Chicken Soup for the Soul (TV Series)...Gramps
- Summer School (2000) ... Gramps
1999 Bad City Blues...Joe Gags
1997-1999 NightMan (TV Series)...Frank Dominus
- Keyes to the Kingdom of Hell (1999) ... Frank Dominus
- Double Double (1999) ... Frank Dominus
- The Ultraweb (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Amazing Grace (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Double Vision (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Devil in Disguise (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Hitchhiker (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Bad to the Bone (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Chrome II (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Nightwoman (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- House of Soul (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Do You Believe in Magic? (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- You Are Too Beautiful (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Constant Craving (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- Bad Moon Rising (1998) ... Frank Dominus
- That Ol' Gang of Mine (1997) ... Frank Dominus
- Lady in Red (1997) ... Frank Dominus
- Takin' It to the Streets (1997) ... Frank Dominus
- Chrome (1997) ... Frank Dominus
- Face to Face (1997) ... Frank Dominus
- Still of the Night (1997) ... Frank Dominus
- I Left My Heart (1997) ... Frank Dominus
- Whole Lotta Shakin'... (1997) ... Frank Dominus
- Pilot: Part 2 (1997) ... Frank Dominus
- Pilot: Part 1 (1997) ... Frank Dominus
1996-1999 Caroline in the City (TV Series)...Fred Duffy
- Caroline and the Big Move (1999) ... Fred Duffy
- Caroline and the Ancestral Home (1999) ... Fred Duffy
- Caroline and the Twenty-Eight-Pound Walleye (1996) ... Fred Duffy
1997 NightMan (TV Movie)...Frank Dominus
1996 Captain Planet and the Planeteers (TV Series)...Milton
- Never the Twain Shall Meet (1996) ... Milton (voice)
1991-1994 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)...Wayne Platte / Sheriff J.T. Tanner
- Roadkill (1994) ... Wayne Platte
- Who Killed J.B. Fletcher? (1991) ... Sheriff J.T. Tanner
1992-1993 Delta (TV Series)...Darden Towe
- Delta's Little Dilemma (1993) ... Darden Towe
- Roadtrip (1993) ... Darden Towe
- Red Hot Mama (1993) ... Darden Towe
- Amateur Night (1993) ... Darden Towe
- Mom Comes to Town (1993) ... Darden Towe
- The Agent (1993) ... Darden Towe
- A Christmas Tale (1992) ... Darden Towe
- Our D-I-V-O-R-C-E (1992) ... Darden Towe
- The Cabin and the Credit Card (1992) ... Darden Towe
- First Time Again (1992) ... Darden Towe
- The Bad Word (1992) ... Darden Towe
- White Women Can't Jump Either (1992) ... Darden Towe
- How Much Is That Darden in the Window? (1992) ... Darden Towe
- Shall We Dance? (1992) ... Darden Towe
- Sweet Dreams (1992) ... Darden Towe
- Delta Doesn't Get Discovered (1992) ... Darden Towe
- Climb That Mountain (1992) ... Darden Towe
1992 In the Heat of the Night (TV Series)...Dr. Lambert
- Last Rights (1992) ... Dr. Lambert
1991-1992 P.S.I. Luv U (TV Series)...Matthew Durning
- The Chameleon (1992) ... Matthew Durning
- A Bundle of Trouble (1992) ... Matthew Durning
- There Goes the Neighborhood (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- I'd Kill to Direct (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- Where There's a Will, There's a Dani (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- An Eye for an Eye (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- What's Up, Bugsy? (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- Unmarried... with Children (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- Diamonds Are a Girl's Worst Friend (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- No Thanks for the Memories (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- The Honeymooners (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- Smile, You're Dead (1991) ... Matthew Durning
- Pilot (1991) ... Matthew Durning
1990 Empty Nest (TV Series)...Mike Bradovitch
- Harry's Excellent Adventure (1990) ... Mike Bradovitch
1987 Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge (TV Movie)...Jake Flagg
1987 American Harvest (TV Movie)...Krab Hogan
1986 Shattered If Your Kid's on Drugs (TV Movie)...Kim's Father
1986 Hotel (TV Series)...Owen McDermott
- Separations (1986) ... Owen McDermott
1983 The Thorn Birds (TV Mini-Series)...Luddie Mueller
- Part 4 (1983) ... Luddie Mueller
- Part 3 (1983) ... Luddie Mueller
- Part 1 (1983) ... Luddie Mueller (credit only)
1982 Country Gold (TV Movie)...Wade Purcell
1981 Sharky's Machine...Hotchkins
1979-1980 CHiPs (TV Series)...Earl Holliman
- The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party: Part 2 (1980) ... Earl Holliman (uncredited)
- Roller Disco: Part 2 (1979) ... Earl Holliman (uncredited)
1980 Where the Ladies Go (TV Movie)...Buck
1979 The Solitary Man (TV Movie)...Dave Keyes
1979 Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff...Ed Eckles
1974-1978 Police Woman (TV Series)...Lt. Bill Crowley / Sgt. Bill Crowley
All 91 episodes
1977 Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn (TV Movie)...Ray Church
1974 Police Story (TV Series)...Sergeant Charlie Ryan
- Fingerprint (1974) ... Sergeant Charlie Ryan
1974 I Love You... Good-bye...Tom Chandler
1974 Cry Panic (TV Movie)...Sheriff Ross Cabot
1973 Trapped (TV Movie)...David Moore
1973 The Six Million Dollar Man: Wine, Women and War (TV Movie)...Harry Donner
1973 The Streets of San Francisco (TV Series)...Chris Conway
- The Stamp of Death (1973) ... Chris Conway
1966-1973 The F.B.I. (TV Series)...Frank / Drake Faron / Walker Carr / ...
- The Pay-Off (1973) ... Frank
- Dynasty of Hate (1971) ... Drake Faron
- The Quest (1970) ... Walker Carr
- Special Delivery (1966) ... Robert Charles Porter
1970-1973 The Magical World of Disney (TV Series)...Cal Winslow / Cal Finch
- The Boy and the Bronc Buster: Part 2 (1973) ... Cal Winslow
- The Boy and the Bronc Buster: Part 1 (1973) ... Cal Winslow
- Smoke: Part 2 (1970) ... Cal Finch
- Smoke: Part 1 (1970) ... Cal Finch
1971-1973 Medical Center (TV Series)...Brent / Dr. Ian Hayton
- Impact (1973) ... Brent
- Suspected (1971) ... Dr. Ian Hayton
1969-1973 Gunsmoke (TV Series)...Boone Shadler / Will Hackett / Will Smith
- Shadler (1973) ... Boone Shadler
- Hackett (1970) ... Will Hackett
- A Man Called 'Smith' (1969) ... Will Smith
1972 The Rookies (TV Series)...Easy Wyatt
- A Very Special Piece of Ground (1972) ... Easy Wyatt
1972 The Biscuit Eater...Harve McNeil
1971 Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series)...Wheat
- The Day They Hanged Kid Curry (1971) ... Wheat
- Alias Smith and Jones (1971) ... Wheat
1971 Cannon (TV Movie)...Magruder
1971/I Montserrat (TV Movie)...Luhan
1971 Ironside (TV Series)...Gordy Brokaw
- The Target (1971) ... Gordy Brokaw
1970 The Tribe (TV Movie)...DePayster
1970 It Takes a Thief (TV Series)...Major Arlin McCoy
- Situation Red (1970) ... Major Arlin McCoy
1970 Smoke (TV Movie)...Cal Finch
1969 Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series)...Father Hugh
- Neither Punch nor Judy (1969) ... Father Hugh
1969 The Desperate Mission (TV Movie)...Shad Clay
1968 Anzio...Platoon Sgt. Abe Stimmler
1968 The Power...Professor Talbot Scott
1968 Judd for the Defense (TV Series)...Sheriff Lonny Querido
- No Law Against Murder (1968) ... Sheriff Lonny Querido
1967 Custer (TV Series)...Dan Samuels
- Pursued (1967) ... Dan Samuels
1967 A Covenant with Death...Brian Talbot
1965 The Fugitive (TV Series)...Charley Judd
- The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1965) ... Charley Judd
1965 Slattery's People (TV Series)...Major Roger Dyne
- The Hero (1965) ... Major Roger Dyne
1965 The Virginian (TV Series)...Wiley
- Ring of Silence (1965) ... Wiley
1965 The Sons of Katie Elder...Matt Elder
1965 Dr. Kildare (TV Series)...Capt. Bob Hill
- Wings of Hope (1965) ... Capt. Bob Hill
1965 12 O'Clock High (TV Series)...Lt. Paul Stiger
- The Ticket (1965) ... Lt. Paul Stiger
1965 Bonanza (TV Series)...Sherman Clegg
- The Flannel-Mouth Gun (1965) ... Sherman Clegg
1964 The Great Adventure (TV Series)...Will Cross
- Teeth of the Lion (1964) ... Will Cross
1962-1963 Wide Country (TV Series)...Mitch Guthrie
All 28 episodes
1962 Checkmate (TV Series)...Jack Quentin
- The Bold and the Tough (1962) ... Jack Quentin
1962 General Electric Theater (TV Series)...David Seymour
- The Troubled Heart (1962) ... David Seymour
1962 Alcoa Premiere (TV Series)...Mitch Guthrie
- Second Chance (1962) ... Mitch Guthrie
1962 Bus Stop (TV Series)...Allan Stumbo
- The Stubborn Stumbos (1962) ... Allan Stumbo
1961 Summer and Smoke...Archie Kramer
1961 Westinghouse Presents: The Dispossessed (TV Movie)...Webster
1961 The Dick Powell Theatre (TV Series)...Paul Williams
- Killer in the House (1961) ... Paul Williams
1961 Armored Command...Mike
1959-1960 Hotel de Paree (TV Series)...Sundance
All 32 episodes
1960 Visit to a Small Planet...Conrad
1959 The Twilight Zone (TV Series)...Mike Ferris
- Where Is Everybody? (1959) ... Mike Ferris
1959 Last Train from Gun Hill...Rick Belden
1959 The Trap...Tippy Anderson
1958 Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (TV Series)...Les Tranier
- Silent Thunder (1958) ... Les Tranier
1957-1958 Playhouse 90 (TV Series)...Robin Tripp / Capt. Volodney
- The Return of Ansel Gibbs (1958) ... Robin Tripp
- The Dark Side of the Earth (1957) ... Capt. Volodney
1958 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)...Wayne Pilgrim
- The Lady Died at Midnight (1958) ... Wayne Pilgrim
1958 Hot Spell...John Henry 'Buddy' Duval Jr.
1958 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)...American airman
- The Sea Is Boiling Hot (1958) ... American airman
- The Battle for Wednesday Night (1958)
1957 Don't Go Near the Water...Adam Garrett
1957 Trooper Hook...Jeff Bennett
1957 Matinee Theatre (TV Series)...Tom Cotterell
- The Man with the Pointed Toes (1957) ... Tom Cotterell
1957 Gunfight at the O.K. Corral...Charles Bassett
1956 The Rainmaker...Jim Curry
1956 Giant...'Bob' Dace
1956 The Burning Hills...Mort Bayliss
1956 Forbidden Planet...Cook
1955 I Died a Thousand Times...Red
1955 The Big Combo...Mingo
1954 The Bridges at Toko-Ri...Nestor Gamidge
1954 Broken Lance...Denny Devereaux
1954 Tennessee Champ...Happy Jackfield
1953 East of Sumatra...Cupid (as Henry Earl Holliman)
1953 Devil's Canyon...Joe
1953 Scared Stiff...Elevator Operator (uncredited)
1953 The Girls of Pleasure Island...Marine (uncredited)
1953 Destination Gobi...Frank Swenson (uncredited)
1952 Pony Soldier...Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Michael Biehn - ALIVE
McLean Stevenson - DEAD (Heart attack)
Born: 11/14/1927 Died: 02/15/1996
Danny Kaye - DEAD (Hepatitis)
Born: 01/18/1913 Died: 03/03/1987
WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...
Ramakant Achrekar, 87, Indian cricket coach.
Bob Einstein, 76, American actor (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Ocean's Thirteen) and writer (Super Dave Osborne), cancer.
Geoffrey Langlands, 101, British army officer and educator.
Gene Okerlund, 76, American professional wrestling announcer (AWA, WWE, WCW).
Ed Corney, 85, American bodybuilder.
Feis Ecktuh, 32, Dutch rapper, shot.
Dean Ford, 72, Scottish singer (Marmalade).
Joan Guinjoan, 87, Spanish composer and pianist.
Paul Neville, 78, Australian politician, MP (1993-2013).
José Antonio Pujante [es], 54, Spanish politician, heart attack.
Raymond Ramazani Baya, 75, Congolese politician, Foreign Minister (2004-2007) and Ambassador to France (1990-1996).
Tyler Trent, 20, American college football fan (Purdue University), osteosarcoma.
María Teresa Uribe, 78, Colombian sociologist.
Leona Mahoney Benoit, 105, American peace activist.
Etty Fraser, 87, Brazilian actress (Beto Rockfeller, Durval Discos, Cristina Wants to Get Married), heart failure.
Kader Khan, 81, Afghan-born Indian-Canadian actor (Daag, Family: Ties of Blood, Tevar) and screenwriter, complications from progressive supranuclear palsy.
Mark Killilea Jnr, 79, Irish politician.
Elazar Mordechai Koenig, 73, Israeli Orthodox rabbi.
Loknath, 91, Indian actor (Bangaarada Manushya).
Warren MacKenzie, 94, American potter.
Gennaro Papa, 93, Italian politician, Deputy (1961-1963, 1968-1976).
Manuel Ponga Santamarta [es], 82, Spanish politician, Mayor of Avilés (1979-1988), cancer.
Simon Britto Rodrigues, 64, Indian politician, MLA (2006-2011), heart attack.
István Seregély, 87, Hungarian Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Eger (1987-2007).
Antônio Salvador Sucar, 79, Brazilian basketball player, world champion (1963) and Olympic bronze medalist (1960, 1964).
Gülriz Sururi, 89, Turkish actress and author.
Peter Thompson, 76, English footballer (Liverpool, Bolton Wanderers, national team).
Nils Utsi, 75, Norwegian Sámi actor (Pathfinder).
Bill Watson, 87, Australian Test cricketer.
Cameron M. Alexander, 86, American Baptist minister.
Vasily Cherdintsev [ru], 91, Russian agricultural worker.
Karel Engel, 78, Czech Olympic wrestler (1972).
Cesáreo Estébanez [es], 77, Spanish actor (Farmacia de guardia, Escenas de Matrimonio, The Night of the Sunflowers).
Claude Gingras, 87, Canadian journalist and music critic (La Presse).
Marc Hauser, 66, American photographer.
Dick Helling, 68, Dutch footballer (Ajax, SC Telstar, FC Volendam).
Edgar Hilsenrath, 92, German writer (The Nazi and the Barber, The Story of the Last Thought), complications from pneumonia.
Don Lusk, 105, American animator and director (Pinocchio, 101 Dalmatians, Peanuts).
Ron Reiffel, 86, Australian rules footballer (Richmond).
Anthony Revell, 83, British Royal Navy medical officer, Surgeon-General of the British Armed Services (1994-1997), cancer.
Mrinal Sen, 95, Indian film director (Bhuvan Shome, Mrigayaa, Khandhar), heart attack.
Héctor Timerman, 65, Argentine journalist and politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs (2010-2015), liver cancer.
Blandine Verlet, 76, French harpsichordist.
David Cavanagh, British music writer and journalist.
Agneta Eckemyr, 68, Swedish actress (The Kentucky Fried Movie, The Island at the Top of the World, Christopher's House), complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Yehoshua Glazer, 91, Israeli footballer (Maccabi Tel Aviv, national team).
Judith Rich Harris, 80, American psychology researcher and author (The Nurture Assumption).
Syed Jahangir, 83, Bangladeshi painter.
Ringo Lam, 63, Hong Kong film director (Aces Go Places IV, City on Fire, Maximum Risk), heart attack.
Rosenda Monteros, 83, Mexican actress (A Woman's Devotion, The Magnificent Seven, Tiara Tahiti).
Aldo Parisot, 100, Brazilian-born American cellist.
Simon Ricketts, 50, British journalist (The Guardian), cancer.
Mike Taylor, Canadian musician (Walk off the Earth).
Vernon Tyson, 89, American United Methodist minister.
Ted Urness, 81, Canadian football player (Saskatchewan Roughriders).
Devaki Amma, 97, Indian actress.
Abdelmalek Benhabyles, 97, Algerian politician, acting President (1992).
Iaia Fiastri, 84, Italian screenwriter (Basta guardarla, Bianco, rosso e..., When Women Lost Their Tails).
Elisa Frota Pessoa, 97, Brazilian experimental physicist, pneumonia.
Toshiko Fujita, 68, Japanese voice actress (Digimon Adventure, Fist of the North Star), breast cancer.
Santiago García Aracil, 78, Spanish Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Jaén (1988-2004) and Archbishop of Mérida-Badajoz (2004-2015).
Peter Hill-Wood, 82, British businessman and football executive (Arsenal).
Seydou Badian Kouyaté, 90, Malian writer and politician, lyricist of national anthem "Le Mali".
Georges Loinger, 108, French resistance fighter.
Edgar Maalouf, 83, Lebanese military officer and politician, MP (2005-2013).
Attila Miklósházy, 87, Hungarian-born Canadian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of the Hungarian Emigrants (1989-2006).
Robert Edward Mulvee, 88, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Providence (1997-2005) and Wilmington (1985-1995).
Amos Oz, 79, Israeli author (My Michael, A Perfect Peace, A Tale of Love and Darkness) and journalist, cancer.
Bre Payton, 26, American conservative writer (The Federalist), complications from meningitis and swine flu.
Francisco Pérez Abellán [es], 64, Spanish criminologist and investigative journalist (Cuarto milenio).
Ray Sawyer, 81, American singer (Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show).
Shehu Shagari, 93, Nigerian politician, President (1979-1983).
Tom Weisner, 69, American politician, mayor of Aurora, Illinois (2005-2016), cancer.
Dame June Whitfield, 93, English actress (Terry and June, Last of the Summer Wine, Absolutely Fabulous).
Oliver Wright, 71, Jamaican Olympic boxer (1968, 1972), heart attack.
Yevgeni Zimin, 71, Russian Hall of Fame ice hockey player, Olympic champion (1968, 1972).
Juan Bautista Agüero, 83, Paraguayan footballer (Sevilla, Real Madrid, national team).
Chris Burrous, 43, American television news anchor (KTLA, WPIX, KMAX).
Joe Camacho, 90, American baseball coach (Texas Rangers).
Jim Davis, 77, American basketball player (Atlanta Hawks, Houston Rockets, Detroit Pistons), cancer.
Giorgio Degola, 95, Italian politician, Senator (1976-1987).
Jean Dumontier, 83, Canadian architect, cancer.
Brian Jordan, 86, English footballer (Rotherham United, York City).
Robert Kerman, 71, American actor (Debbie Does Dallas, Cannibal Holocaust, Cannibal Ferox).
Miúcha, 81, Brazilian singer and composer, respiratory failure.
Cheenu Mohan, 62, Indian actor, heart attack.
Richard Arvin Overton, 112, American supercentenarian, nation's oldest living World War II veteran, complications from pneumonia.
Tadeusz Pieronek, 84, Polish Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Sosnowiec (1992-1998) and Rector of Pontifical Academy of Theology (1998-2004).
Dian Pramana Poetra [id], 57, Indonesian musician.
Sir Fenton Ramsahoye, 89, Guyanese politician, Attorney General (1961-1964), MP (1961-1973).
Børge Ring, 97, Danish animator (Anna & Bella, Heavy Metal, We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story), Oscar winner (1985).
Bumper Tormohlen, 81, American basketball player (Atlanta Hawks).
Warren Wells, 76, American football player (Detroit Lions, Oakland Raiders), heart failure.