Culp, Robert 1930–

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Culp, Robert 1930–

(Robert M. Culp)


Full name, Robert Martin Culp; born August 16, 1930, in Berkeley (some sources cite Oakland), CA; some sources cite parents' names as Crozie Culp and Bethel Collins; married Elayne Wilner (some sources cite name as Elayne Carroll), September 23, 1951 (divorced); married Nancy Ashe (divorced, c. 1967; some sources cite 1966); married France Nuyen (an actress), December 9, 1967 (divorced, c. 1969; some sources cite 1970); married Sheila Sullivan (an actress), December 25, 1971 (divorced, 1981); married Candace Faulkner, December 31, 1981 (some sources cite 1991); children: (with Ashe) Joshua, Jason (an actor), Joseph (an actor), Rachel; (with Faulkner) Samantha Hallie. Education: Attended College of the Pacific, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, and San Francisco State College (now San Francisco State University); studied at Herbert Berghof Studios (now HB Studio).


Manager—Hillard Elkins, Elkins Entertainment, 8306 Wilshire Blvd., PMB 3643, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.


Actor, director, and writer. Involved with various causes.

Awards, Honors:

Obie Award, best actor, Village Voice, c. 1956, for He Who Gets Slapped; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding continued performance by an actor in a leading role in a dramatic series, 1965, 1966, 1967, and 1968, and outstanding writing achievement in drama, 1967, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best male television star, 1967, all for I Spy; Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), member of honorary committee.


Television Appearances; Series:

Hoby Gilman, Trackdown, CBS, 1957-59.

Kelly Robinson, I Spy (also known as Danny Doyle), NBC, 1965-68.

William "Bill" Maxwell, The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1981-83.

Host, Could It Be a Miracle?, syndicated, beginning c. 1996.

Warren, Everybody Loves Raymond (also known as Raymond, Alla aelskar Raymond, Alle elsker Raymond, Alle lieben Raymond, Kaikki rakastavat Raymondia, Svi vole Raymonda, Todo el mundo quiere a Raymond, Tothom estima en Raymond, Tout le monde aime Raymond, and Tutti amano Raymond), CBS, between 1996 and 2004.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Chester "Chet" Loomis, "Sammy, the Way-Out Seal" (also known as "Sammy"), Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (also known as Disneyland, Disneylandia, Disney's Wonderful World, The Disney Sunday Movie, The Magical World of Disney, Walt Disney, Walt Disney Presents, The Wonderful World of Disney, and The World of Disney), NBC, 1962.

From Sea to Shining Sea, syndicated, 1974-75.

Anthony Broadhurst, Women in White, NBC, 1979.

Lyle Pettijohn, Roots: The Next Generations (also known as Racines 2, Raices: Las siguientes generaciones, and Roots—Die naechsten Generationen), ABC, 1979.

General Erwin Rommel, The Key to Rebecca (also known as Ken Follett's "The Key to Rebecca"), Operation Prime Time, 1985.

General Walter Davies, Voyage of Terror: The Achille Lauro Affair (also known as Voyage of Terror and Die Entfuehrung der Achille Lauro), syndicated, 1990.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Harry Pace, The Hanged Man, NBC, 1964.

Ben Taylor, See the Man Run (also known as The Second Face), ABC, 1971.

Investigator Brimmer, Columbo: Death Lends a Hand, NBC, 1971.

Paul Hanlon, Columbo: The Most Crucial Game, NBC, 1972.

Dr. Bart Keppel, Columbo: Double Exposure, NBC, 1973.

Dr. Jim Kiler, Outrage! (also known as One Angry Man), ABC, 1973.

Dr. Robert Jones, A Cold Night's Death (also known as The Chill Factor), ABC, 1973.

Jack Halsey, Strange Homecoming, NBC, 1974.

Steve Bell, Houston, We've Got a Problem, ABC, 1974.

Harry Freeman, A Cry for Help (also known as End of the Line), ABC, 1975.

Steve Brannigan (some sources cite Steve Banning), Flood!, NBC, 1976.

William Sebastian, Spectre, NBC, 1977.

Sergeant Nichols, Last of the Good Guys, CBS, 1978.

Charles Huston, "Word Games," Mrs. Columbo (also known as Kate Columbo, Kate Loves a Mystery, and Kate the Detective), NBC, 1979.

T. L. Munn, Hot Rod (also known as Rebel of the Road), ABC, 1979.

Frank McGuire, The Night the City Screamed, ABC, 1980.

Henry Farnum, The Dream Merchants, syndicated, 1980.

Lou Corbin, Killjoy (also known as Who Murdered Joy Morgan?), CBS, 1981.

Steve Nevins, Thou Shalt Not Kill, NBC, 1982.

Dave Fleming, Her Life as a Man, NBC, 1984.

Richard Trainor, The Calendar Girl Murders (also known as Insatiable, Victimised, and Victimized), ABC, 1984.

General Edward "Ed" Woods, Combat High (also known as Combat Academy), NBC, 1986.

Lester McInally, The Blue Lightning, CBS, 1986.

Lieutenant Frank Mason, The Gladiator, ABC, 1986.

Billy Bob Claiborne, What Price Victory (also known as Hail Alma Mater and The Price of Victory), ABC, 1988.

Jordan Rowe, "Columbo Goes to College" (also known as "Columbo"), The ABC Sunday Night Movie, ABC, 1990.

Richard Stuart, Perry Mason: The Case of the Defiant Daughter (also known as Perry Mason: The Case of the Deadly Deal), NBC, 1990.

Dr. Bordinay, Murderous Vision, USA Network, 1991.

Kelly Robinson, I Spy Returns (also known as The Return of I Spy), CBS, 1994.

Actor playing Noble Hart, "Greed," Favorite Deadly Sins (also known as National Lampoon's "Favorite Deadly Sins"), Showtime, 1995.

McClean, Mercenary, HBO and Cinemax, 1997.

Father Patrick, Wanted, Cinemax, 2000.

Senator William Parker "Gabe" Gable, Running Mates (also known as Washington Slept Here), TNT, 2000.

Television Appearances; Specials:

The Wonderful World of Burlesque II, NBC, 1966.

Narrator, Operation Breadbasket (documentary), ABC, c. 1969.

Give Me Liberty, syndicated, 1975.

Himself, The Making of "Goldengirl," 1979.

Himself, Circus of the Stars VII (also known as Circus of the Stars 7), CBS, 1982.

Himself, NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration (also known as NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration), NBC, 1986.

The Golden Globes 50th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1994.

Voice, In Search of the Oregon Trail, PBS, 1996.

Host, Canned Ham: Spyography-Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, Comedy Central, 1997.

Himself, Big Guns Talk: The Story of the Western, TNT, 1997.

Host, Canned Ham: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Comedy Central, 1999.

Host, Comedy Central's "Canned Ham": The Dr. Evil Story (also known as Canned Ham: The Dr. Evil Story, The Dr. Evil Story, and Spyography: The Dr. Evil Story), Comedy Central, 1999.

Narrator, Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1, American Movie Classics, 1999.

Host, Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 2, American Movie Classics, 1999.

Himself, Outer Limits Farewell Tribute, 2000.

National Memorial Day Concert, PBS, 2000.

Narrator, Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood, American Movie Classics, 2001.

Host, Reel Comedy: Austin Powers in Goldmember, Comedy Central, 2002.

Himself, NBC 75th Anniversary Special (also known as NBC 75th Anniversary Celebration), NBC, 2002.

Himself, Playboy: Inside the Playboy Mansion (also known as Inside the Playboy Mansion), Arts and Entertainment, 2002.

Himself, Steve McQueen: The Essence of Cool, TNT and TCM, 2005.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations:

Saturn Awards, 1981.

The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (also known as The 10th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts), CBS, 1988.

Presenter, Thirteenth Annual Genesis Awards, Animal Planet, 1999.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"The Death of Socrates (399 B.C.)," You Are There, CBS, 1953.

"1984," Studio One, CBS, 1953.

Clint, "Nick and Letty," Playwrights '56 (also known as The Playwright Hour), NBC, 1956.

Corporal Neville, "Operation Three Rs," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), CBS, 1956.

Professor Teeling, "The Chevigny Man," Star Tonight, ABC, 1956.

"The Bridey Murphy Story," The Big Story, NBC, 1956.

"The Funny Heart," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), CBS, 1956.

Clarence, "A Man Greatly Beloved," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1957.

Hoby Gilman, "Badge of Honor," Zane Grey Theater (also known as Dick Powell's "Zane Grey Theater" and The Westerners), CBS, 1957, pilot for the series Trackdown.

Himself, "The Airport," The Jack Benny Program (also known as The Jack Benny Show), CBS, 1957.

"Longing for to Go," Robert Montgomery Presents (also known as Lucky Strike Theatre, Montgomery's "Summer Stock," and The Robert Montgomery Summer Theater), NBC, 1957.

"The Man Who Couldn't Say No," Kraft Television Theatre (also known as Kraft Mystery Theatre and Kraft Theatre), NBC, 1957.

Lamp unto My Feet, CBS, 1957.

"Flint and Fire," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), CBS, 1958.

Himself, The Ed Sullivan Show (also known as Toast of the Town), CBS, 1958.

Abel, "Dead Man's Walk," The Kraft Mystery Show (also known as The Chevy Mystery Show and Sunday Mystery Hour), NBC, 1960.

Captain Masters, "The Patsy," General Electric Theater (also known as G.E. Theater), CBS, 1960.

Clay Horne, "Cave-In," Johnny Ringo (also known as The Westerners), CBS, 1960.

Colly Vane, "The Hero," The Rifleman, ABC, 1960.

Holgrave, "The House of the Seven Gables," The Shirley Temple Theatre (also known as Shirley Temple's "Storybook"), NBC, 1960.

Sam Applegate, "Calico Bait," Zane Grey Theater (also known as Dick Powell's "Zane Grey Theater" and The Westerners), CBS, 1960.

Sam Yadkin, "Thirty a Month," Outlaws, NBC, 1960.

Shad Hudson, "Morning Incident," Zane Grey Theater (also known as Dick Powell's "Zane Grey Theater" and The Westerners), CBS, 1960.

Shep Prescott, "Line Camp," The Westerner (also known as The Westerners), NBC, 1960.

Stuart Douglas, "So Dim the Light," The June Allyson Show (also known as The DuPont Show Starring June Allyson and The DuPont Show with June Allyson), CBS, 1960.

Tom Sandee (bounty hunter), "The Bounty Hunter," Tate, NBC, 1960.

Archie Bishop, "Josephine Little: Adventures in Happiness" (also known as "Adventures on Happiness Street"), The Barbara Stanwyck Show, NBC, 1961.

Craig Kern, "Incident at the Top of the World," Rawhide, CBS, 1961.

Ed Payson, "Broken Ballad," Bonanza (also known as Ponderosa), NBC, 1961.

Finletter, "The Guerrillas," The Americans, NBC, 1961.

Herbert Sanders, "Bad Apple," The Detectives (also known as The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor, The Detectives, Starring Robert Taylor, and Robert Taylor's "Detectives"), ABC, 1961.

Meeker, "To Wear a Badge," Target: The Corruptors, ABC, 1961.

Steven Gray, "The Specialist," Hennessey, CBS, 1961.

Thomas Burdue/Jesse Stuart, "Alias Jesse Stuart," Death Valley Days (also known as Call of the West, The Pioneers, Trails West, and Western Star Theater), syndicated, 1961.

"The Floater," 87th Precinct, NBC, 1961.

Himself, Here's Hollywood, NBC, 1961.

Baylor Crowfoot, "The Baylor Crowfoot Story," Wagon Train (also known as Major Adams, Trail Master), NBC, 1962.

Dave Foley, "The Man from Salinas," The Rifleman, ABC, 1962.

Hank Shannon, "The Swinger," Cain's Hundred, NBC, 1962.

Kurt Yoder, "The Plush Jungle," Cain's Hundred, NBC, 1962.

Allen Leighton, "The Architects of Fear," The Outer Limits, ABC, 1963.

Guest panelist, "P.T. 109 Cast" (also known as "P.T. Boat 109 Cast"), Pantomime Quiz (also known as Mike Stokey's "Pantomime Quiz" and Stump the Stars), CBS, 1963.

Harry Lawrence, "Good-Bye, George," The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, CBS, 1963.

Jared Mace, "Where the Hawk Is Wheeling," Empire (also known as Big G and Redigo), NBC, 1963.

Matt Hendricks, "Face of Fear," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1963.

Paul Cameron, "Corpus Earthling," The Outer Limits, ABC, 1963.

Richard Calder, "The Highest of Prizes," Naked City, ABC, 1963.

Sergeant John Metcalf, "Hill 256," Combat!, ABC, 1963.

Captain Shark, "The Shark Affair," The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (also known as Ian Fleming's "Solo," Mr. Solo, Napoleon Solo, Solo, and 0011 Napoleon Solo), NBC, 1964.

Charles "Charlie" Orwell, "The Black Stallion," The Virginian (also known as The Men from Shiloh), NBC, 1964.

Eric Morgan, "Autumn without Red Leaves," Ben Casey, ABC, 1964.

Joe Costa, "Hung High," Gunsmoke (also known as Gun Law and Marshal Dillon), CBS, 1964.

Neil Herrick, "The Sound of One Hand Clapping," Ben Casey, ABC, 1964.

Peter Furgatch, "A Slow Fade to Black" (also known as "The Movie Maker"), Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater (also known as The Chrysler Theater and Universal Star Time), NBC, 1964.

Sam Houston, "The Testing of Sam Houston," The Great Adventure, CBS, 1964.

Trent, "Demon with a Glass Hand," The Outer Limits, ABC, 1964.

Dr. Jesse Hartwood, "Do You Trust Our Doctor?," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965.

Frank Menlow, "The Tender Twigs," Mr. Novak, NBC, 1965.

Himself, Dream Girl of '67, ABC, 1967.

Himself, Personality, NBC, 1967.

Himself, The Hollywood Squares, NBC, multiple episodes, 1967-69.

(Uncredited) Waiter, "Die, Spy," Get Smart, NBC, 1968.

Guest performer, Rowan & Martin's "Laugh-In" (also known as Laugh-In), NBC, 1968 (multiple episodes).

Himself, The Merv Griffin Show, syndicated, 1968.

Dramatic reader, The Hollywood Palace, ABC, 1969.

Paul Tyler, "Cynthia Is Alive and Living in Avalon," The Name of the Game, NBC, 1970.

Paul Tyler, "Little Bear Died Running," The Name of the Game, NBC, 1970.

Himself, The Mike Douglas Show, syndicated, 1972.

Marshal Cunningham, "The Enforcers," Shaft, CBS, 1973.

"The Lie," CBS Playhouse 90, CBS, 1973.

Himself, Match Game '73 (also known as Match Game), CBS, 1973.

Detective John Darrin, "Year of the Dragon: Parts 1 & 2," Police Story, NBC, 1975.

Himself, Celebrity Bowling, syndicated, 1975.

Himself, V.I.P.-Schaukel, 1975.

Himself, "Film '76 Episode 15," The Film Programme (also known as Film '76), BBC, 1976.

Joshua, "The Story of Joshua" (also known as "Joshua and the Battle of Jericho"), The Greatest Heroes of the Bible, NBC, 1978.

"D. H. Lawrence: A Restless Spirit," Anyone for Tennyson?, PBS, 1978.

Sergeant Price, "A Cry for Justice," Police Story, NBC, 1979.

"The Seduction Squad," A Man Called Sloane, NBC, 1979.

Major Ross Lathan, "Target Gopher/The Major's Wife/Strange Honeymoon/The Oilman Cometh," The Love Boat, ABC, 1980.

Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's "Saturday Night," Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live '80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1982.

Arthur Farnell, "School for Scandal," Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC, 1984.

"Richard Block," An American Portrait, CBS, 1985.

Norman Amberson, "Murder by Appointment Only," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986.

Paul Fitzgerald, "Child's Play," Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Hotel"), ABC, 1986.

Daniel Kingsford, "Glass People," Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Hotel"), ABC, 1987.

Harrison Gregg, "The Man That Got Away," Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1987.

Robert Irwin, "The Power Brokers: Parts 1 & 2," Matlock, NBC, 1987.

Ronald James, "Parents' Day," Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1987.

Scott Kelly, "Bald and Beautiful," The Cosby Show, NBC, 1987.

Hoey Babcock, "Member of the Club," Doctor Doctor, CBS, 1989.

Jason, "Gambling Jag," Who's the Boss?, ABC, 1989.

John Hathaway, "The Long Years," The Ray Bradbury Theater (also known as The Bradbury Trilogy, Mystery Theatre, Ray Bradbury Theater, Le monde fantastique de Ray Bradbury, and Ray Bradbury presente), USA Network, 1990.

Simon, "Like the Beep Beep Beep of the Tom Tom," The Golden Girls (also known as Golden Girls, Miami Nice, Bnot Zahav, Cuori senza eta, Las chicas de oro, Les craquantes, Los anos dorados, Oereglanyok, Pantertanter, and Tyttoekullat), NBC, 1990.

(In archive footage) William "Bill" Maxwell, "La audiencia tenia un precio," Locos por la tele, Television Espanola (TVE, Spain), 1990.

Harrison Gregg, "We'll Meet Again," Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1991.

Elias "Doc Eli" Jackson, "The Great American Medicine Show," Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1993.

Ace Galvin, "The Wrong Stuff," Wings, NBC, 1994.

Cornelius Farnsworth, "O Western Wind" (also known as "O Western Wind: Part 1"), Lonesome Dove: The Series, CTV (Canada) and syndicated, 1994.

Cornelius Farnsworth, "Down Come Rain" (also known as "Down Come Rain: Part 2"), Lonesome Dove: The Series, CTV (Canada) and syndicated, 1994.

Cornelius Farnsworth, "When Wilt Thou Blow" (also known as "When Wilt Thou Blow: Part 3"), Lonesome Dove: The Series, CTV (Canada) and syndicated, 1994.

Stewart Babcock, "Ode to Barbara Joan (a.k.a. Daddy Dearest)," The Nanny, CBS, 1994.

Hiram Waters, "Who Killed the Sweet Smell of Success?, " Burke's Law, CBS, 1995.

Lyle Pike, "Trust No One," Walker, Texas Ranger (also known as Walker), CBS, 1995.

Mr. Darryl, "Lucky Leon," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1995.

Mr. Darryl, "Top Copy," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1995.

Voice of Halcyon Renard, "Golem," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1995.

Voice of Halcyon Renard, "The Gathering: Parts 1 & 2," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1996.

Voice of Halcyon Renard, "Outfoxed," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1996.

Narrator, Sex and the Silver Screen, Showtime, c. 1996.

(Uncredited) Crazed terrorist, "Why Spy?," Spy Game, ABC, 1997.

Dane Travis, "Discards," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1997.

Mark Bishop, "Cold Warriors," Viper, syndicated, 1997.

(Uncredited) Himself, "Judgement in LA: D-Girl," Law & Order (also known as Law & Order Prime), NBC, 1997.

Frank, "Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner," Holding the Baby, Fox, 1998.

King Vog, "Red Sonja," Conan (also known as Conan the Adventurer), syndicated, 1998.

Kelly Robinson, "My Spy," Cosby, CBS, 1999.

Benjamin Quinn, "Devoted Attachment," Chicago Hope, CBS, 2000.

Himself, "African Americans in Television," Inside TV Land (also known as Inside TV Land: African Americans in Television), TV Land, 2002.

Himself, "Isaakland," The Chris Isaak Show, Showtime, 2002.

Jeffrey Grissom, "The Man Who Never Was," The Dead Zone (also known as The Dark Half, Dead Zone, Stephen King's "Dead Zone," La morta zona, La zona morta, La zona muerta, and Zona smrti), USA Network, 2003.

Himself, "Natalie Wood: Child of Hollywood," Biography (also known as A&E Biography: Natalie Wood), Arts and Entertainment, 2003.

(In archive footage) "Ice Bullet, Exploding Toilet, Who Gets Wetter?," MythBusters, The Discovery Channel, 2003.

Himself, Hollywood Squares (also known as H2 and H2: Hollywood Squares), syndicated, 2004.

Voice of William "Bill" Maxwell, "Yancy the Yo-Yo Boy," Robot Chicken (animated), Cartoon Network, 2007.

(In archive footage) William "Bill" Maxwell, La tele de tu vida, Television Espanola (TVE, Spain), 2007.

Appeared in other programs, including Accused, ABC; The Dick Powell Show, NBC; and The Kaiser Aluminum Hour, NBC. Also appeared in "Al Tells the Truth," an unaired episode of The Famous Teddy Z, CBS.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Hoby Gilman, Trackdown, CBS, 1957, broadcast as "Badge of Honor," an episode of Zane Grey Theater (also known as Dick Powell's "Zane Grey Theater" and The Westerners).

Now Is Tomorrow, 1958.

Modern knight-errant, Tigero, 1961.

Kelly Robinson, "So Long, Patrick Henry," I Spy (also known as Danny Doyle), NBC, 1965.

Colonel, "Married Alive," On Stage, syndicated and NBC, 1970.

William "Bill" Maxwell, "The Greatest American Hero," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1981.

Winston Goodhue, Brothers-in-Law, ABC, 1985.

Max Greene, Early Bird, NBC, 2005.

Television Work; Specials:

Director and producer, Operation Breadbasket (documentary), ABC, c. 1969.

Television Director; Episodic:

"Court of the Lion," I Spy (also known as Danny Doyle), NBC, 1966.

"Lilacs, Mr. Maxwell," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1982.

"Vanity, Says the Preacher," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1983.

Film Appearances:

Ensign George "Barney" Ross, PT 109, Warner Bros., 1963.

Russ Wilson, Sunday in New York, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1963.

Dr. Jim Hanlon, Rhino!, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1964.

James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok, The Raiders (also known as The Plainsmen), Universal, 1964.

Bob Sanders, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, Columbia, 1969.

John Blake, A Name for Evil (also known as The Face of Evil, The Grove, and There Is a Name for Evil), Cinerama, 1970.

Thomas Luther Price, Hannie Caulder (also known as Ana Caulder and Colt pour trois salopards), Paramount, 1971.

Frank Boggs, Hickey & Boggs, United Artists, 1972.

Calvin Bryson (some sources cite role as Calvin Bronson), The Castaway Cowboy, Buena Vista, 1974.

Sly Wells, Inside Out (also known as The Golden Heist, Hitler's Gold, and Ein Genialer Bluff), Warner Bros., 1975.

Frank Sirrianni, Breaking Point, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976.

Jack Colby, The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday (also known as Wildcat), American International Pictures, 1976.

Jonas Bracken, Sky Riders, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976.

Steve Esselton, Goldengirl (also known as Golden-Girl and Golden Girl), Avco-Embassy, 1979.

Paul Everest, "Success Wanters," National Lampoon Goes to the Movies (also known as National Lampoon's "Movie Madness"), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1981.

Mayor Tyler, Turk 182! (also known as Turk 182), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985.

Daryl Pearson, Big Bad Mama II, Concorde Pictures, 1987.

Gregor, Pucker Up and Bark Like a Dog, Cinema Group International, 1989.

Lieutenant Connolly, Silent Night Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out! (also known as Blind Terror), Quiet Films, 1989.

Mr. Phillips, Timebomb, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe, 1991.

Narrator, That's Action (documentary), Action International Pictures, 1991.

President of the United States, The Pelican Brief, Warner Bros., 1993.

Himself, Warren Oates: Across the Border (documentary), 1993.

Charles Garry, Panther (also known as A fekete parduc, Les black panthers, Mustat pantterit, and Panteras negras), Gramercy Pictures, 1995.

General Guardino, Xtro 3: Watch the Skies (also known as Xtro: Watch the Skies, X-Tro 3, and XTRO 3: Watch the Skies), Dorian/New Films International, 1995.

Businessperson, Spy Hard (also known as Agent zero zero, Agent 00, Live and Let Spy, Agent 00—Mit der Lizenz zum Totlachen, Ciplak casus, Dragam add az eleted, Duro de espiar, Duro para espiar, Espiacomo puderes!, Espia como puedas, L'agent secret se decouvre, Mit der Lizenz zum Totlachen, Spia e lascia spiare, Spy Hard—Helt utan haemningar, Spy Hard—lupa laeikyttaeae, Szklanka po lapkach, and Tajni agent 000), Buena Vista, 1996.

Donald Bickhart, Most Wanted (also known as America's Most Wanted), New Line Cinema, 1997.

Karl Thomassen, Unconditional Love, Horne Entertainment, 1999.

The chief, Hunger, Hunger Productions/Market Street Productions, 2000.

Judge McNamara, NewsBreak, Rojak Films, 2000.

Judge Winston, Dark Summer (also known as The Innocents), Santelmo Entertainment/Sceneries International, 2000.

Michael Reilly, Farewell, My Love, Win's Entertainment, 2001.

Isaac, Blind Eye, 2003.

The colonel, The Almost Guys, 2004, Karma Films, 2006.

Grandpa, Santa's Slay, Lions Gate Films, 2005.

Film Director:

Hickey & Boggs, United Artists, 1972.

Stage Appearances:

(As Robert M. Culp) Alan Draper, The Prescott Proposals, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1953-54.

He, He Who Gets Slapped, Actors' Playhouse, New York City, 1956.

Ivan Gorodoulin, Diary of a Scoundrel, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1956.

Pete, A Clearing in the Woods, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1957.



(Narrator) Eminem, "Guilty Conscience," Eminem: E, 2000.

Himself, Sex at 24 Frames per Second (documentary; also known as Playboy Presents "Sex at 24 Frames per Second: The Ultimate Journey through Sex in Cinema"), Playboy Entertainment Group, 2003.

Music Videos:

(Narrator) Eminem with Dr. Dre, "Guilty Conscience," 1999.

Video Games:

Voice of Reed Hawke, Voyeur, 1994.

Voice of Dr. Wallace Breen, Half-Life 2, Sierra Studios, 2004.

Voice of Dr. Wallace Breen, Half-Life 2: Episode One, Electronic Arts, 2006.

Voice of Dr. Wallace Breen, Half-Life 2: Episode Two, Electronic Arts, 2007.


Teleplays; Specials:

Operation Breadbasket (documentary), ABC, c. 1969.

Teleplays; Awards Presentations:

(With S. C. Dacy) Saturn Awards, 1981.

Teleplays; Episodic:

"Back to Crawford," Trackdown, NBC, 1959.

"The Swinger," Cain's Hundred, NBC, 1962.

"Waste: Parts 1 & 2," The Rifleman, ABC, 1962.

I Spy (also known as Danny Doyle), NBC, multiple episodes, 1965-68.

"Lilacs, Mr. Maxwell," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1982.

"Vanity, Says the Preacher," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1983.

Teleplays; Pilots:

"So Long, Patrick Henry," I Spy (also known as Danny Doyle), NBC, 1965.

Author of the pilot Summer Soldiers and other pilots.

Short Fiction:

Author of published short stories.



Starlog, January, 1982, pp. 16-19, 64; February, 1982, pp. 44-48, 64.

TV Guide, November 8, 1997, pp. 24-27.