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Bogert, William 1936–

Bogert, William 1936–

(Bill Bogert)

PERSONAL

Born January 25, 1936, in New York, NY.

Career:

Actor.

CREDITS

Film Appearances:

Television anchorman, Dog Day Afternoon, Warner Bros., 1975.

Parks, The Front, Columbia, 1976.

(As Bill Bogert) Insurance doctor, Fire Sale, 1977.

Lawson, Heaven Can Wait, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1978.

Dancing man, The Last Married Couple in America, Universal, 1980.

Television moderator, Hero at Large, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1980.

Mr. Lightman, WarGames, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983.

(As Bill Bogert) Timmy Shaughnessy, Whatever It Takes, 1986.

Roger Weidermeyer, Stewardess School, Columbia, 1986.

A. J. (Al) Brown, Walk Like a Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1987.

Harrington, A Perfect Murder, Warner Bros., 1998.

Dad, Backseat, 2005.

The Flying Scissors, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Les Carlisle, The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1981-83.

Brandon Brindle, Small Wonder, syndicated, 1986-89.

(As Bill Bogert) Kent Wallace, himself, and wrap-up announcer, Chappelle's Show, Comedy Central, 2003-2004.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

William Bellamy (chapter 11), Centennial, NBC, 1978.

Favorite Son (also known as Target: Favorite Son), NBC, 1988.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Ernie, The Death of Ritchie (also known as Richie), NBC, 1977.

Silvers, Kill Me If You Can (also known as The Caryl Chessman Story), NBC, 1977.

Parson, Ziegfield: The Man and His Women, NBC, 1978.

Major Holloway, Sergeant Matlovich vs. the U.S. Air Force, NBC, 1978.

Lustus, A Fire in the Sky, NBC, 1978.

Friendly Fire, ABC, 1979.

Rapist, Better Late Than Never, NBC, 1979.

Russell Birdwell, The Scarlett O'Hara War (also known as Moviola: The Scarlett O'Hara War), NBC, 1980.

Alfred Lawson, Charlie and the Great Balloon Chase (also known as Charlie's Balloon), 1981.

Prosecution judge, I Want to Live, ABC, 1983.

Stevens, Carpool, CBS, 1983.

Dr. Oscar Reback, Take My Daughters, Please, NBC, 1988.

Roger Leopold, Ask Me Again, PBS, 1989.

Randall Thurston, Columbo: Strange Bedfellows, ABC, 1995.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Lawson, This Is Kate Bennett … (movie), ABC, 1982.

Cashmam, Work With Me, CBS, 1999.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Mr. Small, "The Contest Kid and the Big Prize," ABC Weekend Specials, ABC, 1978.

Mr. Small, "The Contest Kid Strikes Again," ABC Weekend Specials, ABC, 1979.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Doctor, "My Son, the Genius," Mary Tyler Moore (also known as The Mary Tyler Moore Show), CBS, 1976.

"Banker's Hours," Police Woman, NBC, 1977.

Samuel Garner, "The Committee," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1977.

Steven Sherwin, "Affair of the Heart," McMillan & Wife (also known as McMillan), NBC, 1977.

(As Bill Bogert) Becker, "The Runaways," Baretta, ABC, 1977.

Baxter, "The Sky Is Falling," Baretta, ABC, 1977.

Stevenson, Mulligan's Stew, 1977.

"I Quit," Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1977.

Colin, "Takeover," Lou Grant, 1977.

Dr. Elliot, Forever Fernwood, syndicated, 1977.

Korchak, "Rape," Barney Miller, ABC, 1978.

Bank teller, "Take the Money," One Day at a Time, CBS, 1978.

James Broderick, "Come As You Aren't," Taxi, ABC, 1978.

Timothy Hooper, "Sighting 4021: The Superstition Mountain Incident," Project U.F.O. (also known as Project Blue Book), NBC, 1978.

Frank Miller, "Florence's Union," The Jeffersons, CBS, 1978.

K. Ross, "Mode of Death," Quincy M.E. (also known as Quincy), NBC, 1979.

Roger Prescott, "Yessir, That's Our Baby," M*A*S*H, CBS, 1979.

Jeff Parker, The Facts of Life, NBC, 1979.

Joseph Callahan, Susan's employer, Miss Winslow and Son, CBS, 1979.

Frank Miller, "Louise Takes a Stand," Quincy M.E. (also known as Quincy), CBS, 1980.

Mr. Parker, "Molly's Holiday," The Facts of Life, NBC, 1980.

Captain Maurice Allen, "Depressing News," M*A*S*H, CBS, 1980.

Fox, "Raid," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1980.

Langston Birch, "Bye Bye Birdie," Alice, CBS, 1981.

"Bye, Bye American Spy," House Calls, CBS, 1981.

Mr. Melton, "The Harder They Fall," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1981.

Minister, "Marcy's Wedding," Benson, ABC, 1981.

Salesman, "The Magic Camera/Mata Hari/Valerie," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982.

Osgood Hotchkiss, "Soldiers of Misfortune," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1982.

Carillo, "Some Like It Hot-Wired," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1982.

Alan Tepperman, "Muffy's Bat Mitzvah," Square Pegs, CBS, 1982.

"South Side Story," Trapper John M.D., CBS, 1983.

Hunt, "Supernurse," Trapper John M.D., CBS, 1983.

"Bones of Contention," Bring 'Em Back Alive, CBS, 1983.

Wendell Kanter, "Too Close to Hart," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1983.

"The Affair," Condo, ABC, 1983.

Phillip Barbanell, "Reconcilable Differences," Knots Landing, CBS, 1984.

Mr. Buncan, "The Little Hotel That Could," Benson, ABC, 1984.

"The Geronimo Machine," Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1985.

"It's Only a Show," The Paper Chase, Showtime, 1985.

Brandon Bendl, Small Wonder, syndicated, 1985.

Harold Jessup, "My Father's House," The Colbys (also known as Dynasty II: The Colbys), ABC, 1986.

Harold Jessup, "The Outcast," The Colbys (also known as Dynasty II: The Colbys), ABC, 1986.

Dean Derensky, "Research and Destroy," Trapper John M.D., CBS, 1986.

Mr. Wallingford, "The Rat Pack," Matlock, NBC, 1987.

Klopf, "All This and a Gold Card Too," Leg Work, CBS, 1987.

Preacher, "Swingers," The Wonder Years, ABC, 1988.

Prosecutor Evans, "A Slight Case of Murder (1)," Amen, NBC, 1988.

Mr. Merkin, "Ben's First Kiss," Growing Pains, ABC, 1988.

Mr. Wiggins, "The Debate," Mr. Belvedere, 1989.

Doctor number one, "Man of the Year," Empty Nest, NBC, 1989.

Jules Simon, "The Wages of Love," Law & Order, NBC, 1991.

Rearden, "Sweeps," Law & Order, NBC, 1993.

Doctor, "Otherwise Engaged," Melrose Place, Fox, 1994.

Dean Sumner, "Body & Soul & Dick," 3rd Rock from the Sun (also known as 3rd Rock and Life As We Know It), NBC, 1996.

The priest, "Grand Illusion," Spin City, ABC, 1996.

"Crisis," Profiler, NBC, 1997.

Man, "What I Really Want to Do Is Direct," Fired Up, NBC, 1998.

Professor Alren Howard, "Haven," Law & Order, NBC, 1999.

Jerry MacAllister, "Second Chances," Ed, NBC, 2003.

Alvin Hartmann, "Floater," Law & Order, NBC, 2003.

Mr. Simmons, "Queer as Hope," Hope & Faith, ABC, 2004.

College dean, "Unto the Breach," Gilmore Girls, The WB, 2007.

Also appeared as Deputy District Attorney Caster, "Throwaway," The Blue Knight, CBS; Karl Miller, "Diamond Volcano," Salvage 1, ABC.

Television Director; Episodic:

Directed episodes of Alice, CBS.

Stage Appearances:

A boy, The Country Wife, Renata Theatre, New York City, 1957.

Haberdasher, The Taming of the Shrew, Belvedere Theatre, New York City, 1960.

Nuns, citizens, attendants, gentlemen, soldiers, Measure for Measure, Belvedere Theatre, 1960.

Earl of Warwick, King Henry V, Belvedere Theatre, 1960.

Richard Rich, A Man for All Seasons, American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA), New York City, 1963.

Understudy Horatio, then Horatio, Hamlet, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1964.

Dumaine and understudy King Ferdinand, Love's Labor's Lost, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1965.

Harvey, Cactus Flower, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1965-68, then Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1968.

Understudy Andy Hobart and Norman Cornell, The Star-Spangled Girl, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1966-67.

Linden, A Gun Play, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1971.

Charlie Revere, The Kildeer, Joseph Papp Public Theatre, 1974.

The Freedom of the City, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1974.

Brick Brock, "Yanks," and Mr. Bapp, "Rubbers," Rubbers/Yanks 3 Detroit 0 Top of the Seventh, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1975.

Neil's Garden, Rattlestick Theatre, New York City, 2001.

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