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Gene Barry

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Gene Barry

American stage, screen, and television actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1919.

Countries: United States (86%), Canada (7%), California (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: California, Robert Stack, Buddy Ebsen

Linked to: Chatham Square School of Music, Jews, The Washington Post, CBS

 

Timeline


 

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Gene Barry was born in 1919 add something


1942

Barry chose his professional name in honor of John Barrymore and made his Broadway debut as Captain Paul Duval in the 1942 revival of Sigmund Romberg's "The New Moon" add something


1950

In 1950, Barry began appearing on TV with the "NBC Television Opera Theatre" add something


1951

In 1951, Barry was hired for his first movie, in the role of "Dr. Frank Addison" in "The Atomic City" , and in 1952, Barry was cast as "Dr. Clayton Forrester" in the science fiction film "The War of the Worlds" add something


1955

In 1955, he appeared on the CBS Television anthology series "Appointment with Adventure" add something

 

When the situation comedy "Our Miss Brooks" was given a change in format in 1955, Barry was cast in a recurring role as the physical-education teacher "Gene Talbot", the new romantic interest of series star Eve Arden add something


1958

Robert J. Wilke - He appeared as a dishonest fight promoter in the 1958 episode "The Fighter" of NBC's "Bat Masterson", having engaged in fisticuffs with Gene Barry, who played Masterson


1960

Jean Willes - She was one of the "four queens" pursuing Clark Gable in "The King and Four Queens" and appeared on several popular television shows in the 1960s and 1970s, such as "The Twilight Zone," "Bonanza", "Meet McGraw" with Frank Lovejoy, "The Munsters", "Perry Mason" with Raymond Burr, "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour", "Bat Masterson" with Gene Barry, "The Beverly Hillbillies" with Buddy Ebsen and Irene Ryan, and "Kojak" with Telly Savalas


1961

Marvin Miller (actor) - In 1961, Miller guest-starred as Johnny Kelso, with Erin O'Brien, in "The Marble Slab" episode of the Frederick Ziv-, United Artists-, and MGM-produced Bat Masterson, starring Gene Barry


1962

Barry returned to Broadway on two occasions - in 1962 in "The Perfect Setup", and in 1983 in the Broadway premiere of the musical "La Cage aux Folles" add something


1963

This series was telecast on ABC-TV from 1963 to 1965 add something

 

Gary Conway - His most notable credits include a co-starring role with Gene Barry in the detective series "Burke's Law" from 1963-1965


 

For his performance in it, Barry won the Golden Globe award for Best Actor in 1965 add something

 

Debra Paget - Her last performance in this medium came in a December 1965 episode of ABC's "Burke's Law", starring Gene Barry


1968

This series was shown by NBC from 1968 to 1971 add something

 

Peter Falk - In 1968, he starred with Gene Barry in a ninety-minute television pilot about a highly-skilled, laid-back detective

 

Cliff Potts - Potts was a regular supporting player during the first season of "The Name of the Game", a revolving 90-minute 1968 series about a publishing empire that featured Tony Franciosa, Gene Barry, and Robert Stack


1971

Robert Culp - In 1971, Culp, Peter Falk, Robert Wagner, and Darren McGavin each stepped in to take turns with Anthony Franciosa's rotation of NBC's series "The Name of the Game" after Franciosa was fired, alternating a lead role of the lavish 90-minute show about the magazine business with Gene Barry and Robert Stack


1972

In 1972, Barry starred in the ITV television series "The Adventurer", along with Barry Morse and Catherine Schell add something


1983

Jerry Herman - In 1983, Herman had his third mega-hit with "La Cage aux Folles" starring George Hearn and Gene Barry, which broke box-office records at the Palace Theatre and earned Herman yet another Tony Award for Best Musical


1994

In 1994, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs, California, Walk of Stars was dedicated to him add something


2003

His wife, Betty, had died earlier, in 2003, after 58 years of marriage add something


2005

Much later, Barry made a cameo appearance in Steven Spielberg's remake of "War of the Worlds" , along with his co-star Ann Robinson from the film of 1952 add something


Gene Barry died in 2009 add something

 

Barry died on December 9, 2009 at Sunrise Senior Living in Woodland Hills, California, at the age of 90 add something


2010

Farrah Fawcett - In March 2010, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences caused controversy when Fawcett was excluded from the "In Memoriam" montage at the 82nd Academy *awards ceremony, along with fellow television stars Bea Arthur, Gene Barry and Ed McMahon