Carr, Paul 1934–

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CARR, Paul 1934


Full name, Paul Wallace Carr; born January 31, 1934, in New Orleans, LA; son of Edward Sidney (in publishing) and Elaine Grace Carr; married second wife, Meryl (an entrepreneur; divorced); children: (first marriage) Alexandra, Christina; (second marriage) Michael. Education: American Theatre Wing, graduated, 1953; studied music at Juilliard School. Politics: Democrat. Avocational Interests: Singing, playing guitar and saxophone, fencing, fishing, sailing, skiing, golf.

Career: Actor. Los Angeles Repertory Company, actor and producing director, c. 1990, then head of Play Committee; Video Playwrights, producer and writer; operator of a health food business. Also worked as a window dresser.

Awards, Honors: L.A. Weekly Award, best actor, 1987, for Manhattan Express; DramaLogue Award, 1995, for Assassins.


Television Appearances; Series:

Dr. Bill Horton, Days of Our Lives (also known as Days and DOOL ), NBC, 19651966.

Dr. Peter Taylor, General Hospital, ABC, 1969.

Dr. Paul Summers, The Doctors, NBC, c. 1976.

Alex Hawkins, Generations, NBC, 19891991.

Ben Cronin, Dangerous Women, syndicated, 1991.

Milton Stannis, General Hospital, ABC, 1994.

Appeared as Stan Marks, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y & R ), CBS.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Recoil, 1960.

Tyler Peters, Trial Run, NBC, 1969.

Police Headquarters, 1974.

Officer C. T. Foss, The Deadly Tower (also known as Sniper ), NBC, 1975.

Walter Fletcher, Adventures of the Queen, CBS, 1975.

Hanging by a Thread, NBC, 1979.

Confederate captain, The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch, ABC, 1982.

Father & Son: Dangerous Relations (also known as Dangerous Relations and On the Streets of L.A. ), NBC, 1993.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"Gang Up," Star Tonight, ABC, 1955.

"Box 704," Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1956.

"The Drowning of the Gun," West Point (also known as The West Point Story ), 1957.

Matinee Theater, NBC, 1957.

Jeff Calvert, "Young Gun," Have Gun Will Travel, CBS, 1958.

Sandy Martin, "Sisters of the Friendless," Peter Gunn, NBC, 1958.

Arnold Wilson, "The Conquerors," Wanted: Dead or Alive, CBS, 1959.

Branch Neely, "Shadows," Zane Grey Theater, CBS, 1959.

Danny Crago, "The Law and the Gun," Zane Grey Theater, CBS, 1959.

Deputy Billy Lordan, "A Matter of Life and Death," Law of the Plainsman, NBC, 1959.

Derek Hanaway, "Shivaree," The Rifleman, ABC, 1959.

Fred Harris, "Letter of the Law," The Rifleman, ABC, 1959.

Garth Healy, "The Woman," The Rifleman, ABC, 1959.

Gary Stevens, "The Tender Shoot," The Du Pont Show with June Allyson (also known as The June Allyson Show ), CBS, 1959.

Joey Hooker, "The Deal," Black Saddle, ABC, 1959.

Peter, "Reunion," Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond (also known as One Step Beyond ), ABC, 1959.

Al Parker, Johnny Ringo, CBS, 1959.

"The New Semaria Story," The Man from Blackhawk, ABC, 1959.

"Stranger in Town," Trackdown, CBS, 1959.

Billy John, "A Time for Hanging," Wrangler, NBC, 1960.

Captain Swanson, "Is There Another Civilization?," Men into Space, CBS, 1960.

Doug Carter, "Smoke Screen," The Rifleman, ABC, 1960.

Jud, "The Avengers," Wichita Town, NBC, 1960.

McNeil, "Death at Dawn," Bonanza, NBC, 1960.

Paul Reeves, "His Father's Footsteps," Lock Up, syndicated, 1960.

Stan Ritchie, "Bride and Seek," Surfside 6, ABC, 1960.

"Border Town," Johnny Ringo, CBS, 1960.

Cully Tate, "The Squaw," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1961.

Eddie Morgan, "The Chrome Coffin," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1961.

Eddie Novak, "Comeback," Cain's Hundred, NBC, 1961.

Jan Batory, "Walk Tall," Outlaws, NBC, 1961.

Jason Adams, "Incident at the Top of the World," Rawhide, CBS, 1961.

Lonnie, "Big Sam's Boy," The Tall Man, NBC, 1961.

Blackburn, "Of This Time, of This Place," Alcoa Premiere, ABC, 1962.

Chuck Fuller, "Badge of Honor," General Electric Theater, CBS, 1962.

John Doe, "One for the Road," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1962.

Johnny Craft, "The All American Boy," The New Breed, ABC, 1962.

Johnny Kay, "Side by Side," Checkmate, CBS, 1962.

Luther Cannon, "Incident of the Wolvers," Rawhide, CBS, 1962.

Ralph Towers, "Twenty Aching Years," Sam Benedict, NBC, 1962.

Sean Riordan, "A Taste of Evil," Saints and Sinners, NBC, 1962.

Steve Prescott, "Time of the Traitor," Laramie, NBC, 1962.

"Charge a.k.a. Outpost," Outlaws, NBC, 1962.

"Incident at Pawnee Gun," Frontier Circus, CBS, 1962.

"Three Blind Mice: Parts 1 & 2," The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor (also known as The Detectives and Robert Taylor's Detectives ), NBC, 1962.

"To Climb Steep Hills" (some sources cite "To Climb Hills"), Straightaway, ABC, 1962.

Bill Blayne, "The Violent Ones," Laramie, NBC, 1963.

Ernie, "Nightmare at Northoak," The Fugitive, ABC, 1963.

Kane, "The Golden Door," The Virginian, NBC, 1963.

"A Distant Fury," The Virginian, NBC, 1963.

"To Hold Up a Mirror," The Gallant Men, ABC, 1963.

Bob Matthews, "Dark Corner," The Fugitive, ABC, 1964.

Clark, "Hail to the Chief," Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, ABC, 1964.

Clark, "Hot Line," Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, ABC, 1964.

Con Bolton, "The Case of the Tandem Target," Perry Mason, CBS, 1964.

Lieutenant Jesse Bishop, "Follow the Leader," Twelve O'Clock High, ABC, 1964.

Mark Hammerklein, "Incident at Deadhorse: Parts 1 & 2," Rawhide, CBS, 1964.

Ross Oliver, "The Day of the Twelve Candles," The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters, ABC, 1964.

Benson, "Terror on Dinosaur Island," Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, ABC, 1965.

Billy Claymoor, "The Debt," A Man Called Shenandoah, ABC, 1965.

Clark, "Cradle of the Deep," Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, ABC, 1965.

Clark, "Doomsday," Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, ABC, 1965.

Jud Gibbijohn, "Gold Mine," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1965.

Lieutenant Colonel Chick Heindorf, "The Loneliest Place in the World," Twelve O'Clock High, ABC, 1965.

Lieutenant Kleiner, "Flight from Norway," Convoy, NBC, 1965.

Paul Starke, "Peace, It's a Gasser," Burke's Law (also known as Amos Burke: Secret Agent ), ABC, 1965.

Blaine, "End of the World," The Time Tunnel, ABC, 1966.

Captain Lewis, "The Hollow Man," Twelve O'Clock High, ABC, 1966.

Kleinschmidt, "Hills Are for Heroes: Parts 1 & 2," Combat!, ABC, 1966.

Lieutenant Lee Kelso, "Where No Man Has Gone Before," Star Trek, NBC, 1966.

Paris, "Revenge of the Gods," The Time Tunnel, ABC, 1966.

Wade Harte, "Killer with a Badge," Felony Squad, ABC, 1966.

Billy Stearns, "The Innocent," The Invaders, ABC, 1967.

Clark, "No Escape from Death," Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, ABC, 1967.

Eddie Carter, "Seek, Stalk, and Destroy," The Green Hornet, ABC, 1967.

Frank Gilder, "What Are Your Intentions?," That Girl, ABC, 1967.

Joe Lennox, "The Counterfeit Cop," Felony Squad, ABC, 1967.

Joe Stevens, "Sue Ann," The Virginian, NBC, 1967.

Morgan Houston, "The Beast That Walks Like a Man," Cimarron Strip, CBS, 1967.

Pete Verig, "To Bear Witness," The Virginian, NBC, 1967.

Harry Higdon, "Officer Bobby," Ironside, NBC, 1968.

Photographer, "Framed," Land of the Giants, ABC, 1968.

Reeves, "Chase a Wild Horse," Lancer, CBS, 1968.

Whitley, "Log 161: And You Want Me to Get Married?," Adam12, NBC, 1968.

Dr. Zeped, "The Test Case," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1969.

Frank Hodges, "The Stranger," The Virginian, NBC, 1969.

Larry, "The Sunday Drivers," The Mod Squad, ABC, 1969.

Norman, "Leadside," Get Smart, NBC, 1969.

Pete Neal, "MerryGoRound for Murder," Mannix, CBS, 1969.

Professor Ray Pinter, "Log 73: I'm Still a Cop," Adam12, NBC, 1969.

Ben Simmons, "Sunburst," Mannix, CBS, 1970.

Jerry Tolan, "Incident in the Desert," The F.B.I., ABC, 1970.

Maxon, "The Wrong Time, the Wrong Place," Ironside, NBC, 1970.

Toomey (some sources cite Tommy) Walsh, "The Payoff," Hawaii Five0, CBS, 1970.

"The Judge," The Silent Force, ABC, 1970.

"See the Eagles Dying," The Mod Squad, ABC, 1970.

"Suicide Squad," The Young Rebels, NBC, 1970.

"Too Many Victims," Ironside, NBC, 1970.

Hank Henderson, "Something to Get Hung About," Alias Smith and Jones, ABC, 1971.

Howard Barkley, "Operation: Deadhead," O'Hara, United States Treasury, CBS, 1971.

Kidnapper, "A Choice of Evils," Mannix, CBS, 1971.

Detective Sergeant Tulley, "Nightmare Trip," Ironside, NBC, 1972.

Gerald Barker, "Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Murder," Ironside, NBC, 1972.

"Love and the Christmas Punch," Love, American Style, ABC, 1972.

"The Thunder Makers," The Mod Squad, ABC, 1972.

Arnie Samples, "Three Hours to Kill," The Rookies, ABC, 1973.

Harry, "Target in the Mirror," Cannon, CBS, 1973.

Lucas Kagel, "Line of Fire," Police Story, NBC, 1973.

Red Dietz, "The Gang's All Here," Mannix, CBS, 1973.

Tavel, "Out of the Night," Mannix, CBS, 1973.

"The Case of the Ominous Oath," The New Perry Mason, CBS, 1973.

"Legion of Demons," Ghost Story (also known as Circle of Fear ), NBC, 1973.

Harrelson, "The Ragged Edge," Mannix, CBS, 1974.

Officer Brinkley, "Lone Wolf," Police Story, NBC, 1974.

Officer Paul Cord, "Population: Zero," The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1974.

Paul Cooper, "A Covenant with Evil," Petrocelli, NBC, 1974.

Ray, "Kiss and Kill," Medical Center, CBS, 1974.

"The Carnival Story," The Manhunter, CBS, 1974.

"Hot Beef," The Chase, NBC, 1974.

Movin' On, NBC, 1974.

George Roswell, "Beware the Dog," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1975.

Louis "Lou" King, "No Place to Hide," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975.

Sergeant Andrew "Andy" Wilson, "The Four Pound Brick," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1975.

Sergeant Leeper, "Officer Dooley," Police Story, NBC, 1975.

Timberlake, "The Bionic Woman: Parts 1 & 2" (pilot for the series The Bionic Woman ), The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1975.

"Terror Ship," S.W.A.T., ABC, 1975.

Lieutenant Braden, "The Adventure of the Sinister Scenario," Ellery Queen, NBC, 1976.

"Death out of a Blue Sky," Rafferty, CBS, 1977.

Dr. Weiss, "The Last Six Hours," Quincy, M.E. (also known as Quincy ), NBC, 1978.

Ganz, "The Kirkwood Haunting," The Amazing SpiderMan, CBS, 1978.

Jeff Levane, "The Empty Frame," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978.

Reverend Michael Essex, "Just a Matter of Time," The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1978.

"A Good Clean Bust with Sequel Rights," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978.

"The CopyWriter/The Figure Skater," Time Express, CBS, 1979.

"The Story of Esther," Great Stories from the Bible, 1979.

Vega$, ABC, 1979.

Alan Grable, "Equinox," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1980.

"The Straw Man," Hagen, CBS, 1980.

"Trauma," Hagen, CBS, 1980.

Lieutenant Devlin, "The Guardians," Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, NBC, 1981.

Lobo, NBC, 1981.

Ned Ganziano, "The Face of Fear," Quincy, M.E. (also known as Quincy ), NBC, 1982.

Ted Prince, "Changing of the Guard," Dallas, CBS, 1982.

Ted Prince, "Hit and Run," Dallas, CBS, 1982.

Ted Prince, "Mama Dearest," Dallas, CBS, 1982.

Ted Prince, "Where There's a Will," Dallas, CBS, 1982.

Simon Sayes, "One Way Express," Airwolf, CBS, 1984.

"McLaughlin's Flame," Jessie, ABC, 1984.

John, Falcon Crest, CBS, 1985.

Elliot, "Rustler's Moon," Dalton's Code of Vengeance, NBC, 1986.

Ted Rubin, "When I Look Back on All the Things," Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC, 1986.

Mr. Raney, "Normal People," Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1987.

Alan Marshall, "Birth 101," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1992.

Businessperson, "Family Secrets," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992.

The doctor, "Internet Love Story," USA High, USA Network, 1997.

Father Bouchard, Passions, NBC, 2003.

Appeared as Xorah in "Stargate," an unaired episode of Logan's Run, CBS.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Tracey Blue, Russell, 1961.

Hammond, Columbo: Ransom for a Dead Man, NBC, 1971.

Eddie Owens, The Lives of Jenny Dolan, NBC, 1975.

Timberlake, The Bionic Woman (also known as The Six Million Dollar Man: The Bionic Woman; originally aired on the series The Six Million Dollar Man ), ABC, 1975.

Television Appearances; Other:

Shep Barrenger, A Man for Hanging, 1973.

Pat O'Byrne, Scruples (miniseries), CBS, 1980.

Himself, Spotlight on Paul Carr (special), 2002.

Film Appearances:

(Uncredited) Young man, The Wrong Man, Warner Bros., 1956.

Bradley, The Young Don't Cry, Columbia, 1957.

Pete Porter, Jamboree (also known as Disc Jockey Jamboree ), Warner Bros., 1957.

Jock Wiley (some sources cite Jack Wiley), Posse from Hell, Universal, 1961.

Arthur Werbel, Captain Newman, M.D., Universal, 1963.

Kelly, Ben, Cinerama, 1972.

Monk, The Dirt Gang, American International Pictures, 1972.

Brute Corps, General Film, 1972.

Chris, Executive Action, National General, 1973.

Detective Mark, The Severed Arm, Reel Media International, 1973.

Dr. Kipling, The Bat People (also known as It Lives by Night and It's Alive ), American International Pictures, 1974.

Seago, Truck Stop Women, Bingo Video, 1974.

Mark, Sisters of Death, Reel Media International, 1978.

Commander Craig, The Killing at Outpost Zeta, 1980.

Warren Nicholson, Raise the Titanic, Associated Film Distribution, 1980.

Fry cook, Eat a Bowl of Tea, Columbia, 1989.

Track, Under the Boardwalk, New World, 1989.

Second IXL oil executive, Solar Crisis (also known as Kuraishisu nijugoju nen ), Trimark Pictures, 1990.

Tom Michaelson, Night Eyes (also known as Hidden View and Hidden Vision ), Armitraj Company/Baldwin Entertainment, 1990.

Mike Kramer, Scorned (also known as A Woman Scorned ), Prism Pictures, 1994.

Voice, Blood: The Last Vampire (animated), Manga Entertainment, 2001.

Film Work:

Associate producer, The Dirt Gang, American International Pictures, 1972.

Stage Appearances:

Sergeant O'Hare, Time Limit!, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1956.

Michael, Manhattan Express, Theatre East, California, c. 1986.

Sam Byck, Assassins, Los Angeles Repertory Company, Los Angeles, c. 1994.

Appeared as the husband, Slivovitz, and in The Biko Inquest and Celebration, all Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles; as Fedot, The Chemmy Circle, Arena Stage, Washington, DC; as the title role, Claudius, and Laertes in productions of Hamlet; as Franco, To Clothe the Naked; as Geoffry, Absurd Person Singular; as Giovanni, 'Tis Pity She's a Whore; as Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream; as Thomas Melville, The Trial of the Catonsville Nine; as Vershinin, Three Sisters; and in A la Creole, New Orleans Community Theatre, New Orleans, LA; appeared in several other plays, including productions at Equity Library Theatres, Los Angeles and New York City, and in other productions in New Orleans, LA.

Major Tours:

Larkin, Six Degrees of Separation, U.S. cities, 1990.

Appeared as Shepard Henderson, Bell, Book, and Candle, U.S. cities.

Stage Work:

Producing director, Los Angeles Repertory Company; director of a production celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the United Nations; producer of plays released on video.



Wrote plays released on video.



Starlog, June, 1990.