Knowledge Identifier: +Scott_Brady
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1924.
Countries: United States (69%), California (15%), India (8%)
Linked to: United States Navy, University of Southern California, American Broadcasting Company, CBS
From 1955 to 1959, Brady appeared five times on still another anthology series, CBS's "Schlitz Playhouse", with the roles of Reno Cromwell in "Night of the Big Swamp" and Calvin Penny in "Papa Said No." It was the "Schlitz Playhouse" episode "The Salted Mine" that became the pilot for Brady's own western television series, "Shotgun Slade", which aired seventy-eight episodes in syndication from 1959 to 1961
In 1958, he played the lead role of Sergeant Matt Blake to Clint Eastwood's third billing as Keith Williams in "Ambush at Cimarron Pass", a film which Eastwood is quoted as having called "probably the lousiest western ever made
Roscoe Ates - In 1960, he was cast as Fenton in the episode "Hot Ice Cream" of Charles Bronson's ABC series "Man with a Camera", as Lou Nugget in "The Fabulous Fiddle" of Scott Brady's syndicated "Shotgun Slade", and as Deputy Boak in "The Missing Queen" of Andrew Duggan's ABC crime drama "Bourbon Street Beat", set in New Orleans
Floyd Gibbons - In "The Floyd Gibbons Story", a 1962 episode of "The Untouchables", Gibbons was portrayed by Scott Brady
In 1967, Brady guest starred on Carl Betz's ABC legal drama, "Judd, for the Defense"