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William Windom Actor
William Windom
William Windom 1972.JPG
Born(1923-09-28)September 28, 1923
DiedAugust 16, 2012(2012-08-16) (aged 88)
OccupationActor
Years active1950–2006
  • Carol Keyser
    (m. 1947; div. 1955)
  • Barbara Joyce
    (m. 1958; div. 1963)
  • Barbara Goetz
    (m. 1963; div. 1968)
  • Jacqulyn Hopkins
    (m. 1969; div. 1975)
    [1]
  • Patricia Tunder
    (m. 1975; his death 2012)
ChildrenRachel, Heather Juliet, Hope Teresa, Rebel Russell. Maggie Clare, Debora Clare[2]
Awards1970 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

William Windom (September 28, 1923 – August 16, 2012) was an American actor. He played a wide variety of roles in both film and television during a near 60-year career, but is perhaps best known for his role as cartoonist John Monroe in the short-lived comedy My World and Welcome to It (1969–1970) winning him a Primetime Emmy Award, and his recurring role as Dr. Seth Hazlitt starring alongside Angela Lansbury in Murder, She Wrote (1984-1996).

Windom was also known for his prolific work in television appearing in such shows as Star Trek, The Twilight Zone, Columbo, Gunsmoke, Mission: Impossible, Magnum, P.I., Newhart, and L.A. Law.

Windom also appeared in feature films such as the Academy Award-winning To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), The Detective (1968), and Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971) and in several John Hughes films, Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987), She's Having a Baby (1988), and Uncle Buck (1989), and Clint Eastwood's True Crime (1999).

Early life

Windom was born in New York City, the son of Isobel Wells (née Peckham) and Paul Windom, an architect.[3][4] He was the great-grandson of the United States Secretary of the Treasury of the same name, whom the actor physically resembled. He attended Williams College before enlisting in the U.S. Army. He participated in the Army Specialized Training Program where he studied at The Citadel, Antioch College and the University of Kentucky.[3]

Windom then became a paratrooper with Company B, 1st Battalion 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division. While stationed in Frankfurt during the Allied occupation of Germany he enrolled in Biarritz American University in France and became involved in drama.[3][5]

Career

Playbill: Windom Plays Thurber

During his early screen career in the 1950s, Windom appeared in TV series including Omnibus and Robert Montgomery Presents, and continued his guest-starring roles in series during the 1960s such as the Five Characters in Search of an Exit 1961 episode of The Twilight Zone, that he claimed was his West Coast television debut.

His first leading role in television came in the sitcom The Farmer's Daughter (1963–1966) - a series about a young Minnesota woman (played by Inger Stevens) who becomes the housekeeper for a widowed congressman (Windom) - which ran for three seasons.

Windom's first role in film was alongside Gregory Peck in the Oscar-winning To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) as Horace Gilmer - the prosecutor of Tom Robinson (Brock Peters) - to Peck's defence lawyer Atticus Finch.

He continued in American television appearances including The Donna Reed Show, Gunsmoke and Star Trek (playing Commodore Matt Decker, commander of the doomed USS Constellation in the popular 1967 episode "The Doomsday Machine", a role he would reprise nearly 40 years later for Star Trek: New Voyages). He played a recurring role (3 episodes) in "The Invaders" in 1967.

In 1968, Windom starred alongside Peter Falk and Gene Barry in the TV movie Prescription: Murder, the pilot for the TV series Columbo. He would guest star in another edition of the series (entitled "Short Fuse") in 1972.

Windom starred with Frank Sinatra in the film The Detective (1968), playing a homophobic killer, a role that received great reviews from The New York Times. The following year, he had the lead role as cartoonist John Monroe in the sitcom My World and Welcome to It. Although the series only aired for one season, he won the 1970 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.

After the cancellation of the series, Windom toured the country for a time in a one-man Thurber show. After the run was completed, he filmed the pilot for a new series Is There a Doctor in the House? with Rosemary Forsyth.[6] The pilot was written with both actors in mind for the two starring roles, and while it was well received by the critics and in viewership ratings in both its first run and a re-run in the summer of 1971, it was not picked up for a series.

After a host of roles in film, TV movies and guest appearances in TV series during the 1970s and 1980s, Windom joined the series Murder, She Wrote in 1985 as Dr. Seth Hazlitt. His initial appearance was in October 1985. (He had previously appeared as a guest star playing another character in April 1985.) The producers enjoyed his work, and consequently invited him to return at the beginning of the second season to take on the role permanently. Windom briefly left the show in 1990 to work on the first television version of Parenthood (based on the 1989 film of the same name), playing the role of patriarch Frank Buckman (played by Jason Robards in the film and, later, Craig T. Nelson in the second TV version). The show was ultimately canceled after 12 episodes and Windom returned to Murder, She Wrote as a semi-regular for the remainder of the run of that series.[] In all, Windom appeared in 53 episodes of Murder, She Wrote, second only to the show's main star, Angela Lansbury.

Windom continued to appear in film and TV guest roles during the 1990s and 2000s, with appearances in the films Sommersby (1993), Miracle on 34th Street (1994), and Clint Eastwood's True Crime (1999), and episodes of series including Ally McBeal (2000) and The District (2001), before making his final acting appearance in the 2005 drama Yesterday's Dreams.

Personal life

William Windom claimed to have been "married more than once", because he thought admitting he was married 5 times made him sound fickle. He actually became an actor to meet girls and one friend said he "went through women like Kleenex".[7]

Bill married his first wife, Carol Keyser, in New York in August 1947. They worked together, and he also worked for her father selling insurance for 3 years. They divorced in December 1955. He didn't walk down the aisle again until 1958 with actress Barbara Joyce. They married in Edgartown, MA. She was a few years older than Bill. However, he soon moved to California and remained there for work. Bill said the marriage lasted just 3 years but the divorce was not finalized until 1963. A few weeks later, he married his third wife Barbara Clare. She was the granddaughter of MGM founder Louis B. Mayer and 11 years Bill's junior. Bill became stepfather to Barbara's two daughters from a previous marriage. His first child, Rachel, was born in 1964. Bill and Barbara agreed to divorce in 1968. In August 1969 he married his fourth wife Jacqulyn D. Hopkins, 19 years his junior. They had two daughters, Heather Juliet in 1970 and Hope Teresa in 1973.[8]

In 1974, Bill met Patricia (Fehrle) Tunder while shooting a TV movie; she was working for the production company. Almost a year later, he filed for divorce from Jacqulyn in July 1975.[9]

Bill and Patricia, 12 years his junior, married the end of 1975 on New Year's Eve.[10] In 1978 Bill welcomed his final child, a son named Rebel Russell.[11]

Windom was a tournament chess player and a life member of the USCF.[12]

Death

Windom died on August 16, 2012, at the age of 88 at his home in Woodacre, California from congestive heart failure.[3] He was survived by his wife, Patricia Tunder Windom, four of his children - Rachel, Heather Juliet, Hope Teresa and Rebel Russell - two stepdaughters, Maggie and Debora, three granddaughters and one grandson.[11]

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes
1962 To Kill a Mockingbird Horace Gilmer - Prosecutor Film debut
1963 Cattle King Harry Travers
1963 For Love or Money Sam Travis
1963 One Man's Way Rev. Clifford Peale
1964 The Americanization of Emily Captain Harry Spaulding
1967 Hour of the Gun Texas Jack Vermillion
1968 The Detective Colin MacIver
1968 The Angry Breed Vance Patton
1969 The Gypsy Moths V. John Brandon
1970 Brewster McCloud Weeks
1971 The Mephisto Waltz Dr. Roger West
1971 Escape from the Planet of the Apes The President
1971 Fools' Parade Roy K. Sizemore
1972 Now You See Him, Now You Don't Lufkin
1972 The Man Arthur Eaton
1975 Stevie, Samson and Delilah Narrator
1976 Echoes of a Summer Dr. Hallet
1978 Mean Dog Blues Victor Lacey
1978 Goodbye, Franklin High Clifford Armer
1981 Separate Ways Huey Block
1983 Last Plane Out James Caldwell
1984 Prince Jack Ferguson
1984 Grandview, U.S.A. Bob Cody
1985 Space Rage Gov. Torah
1985 Means and Ends Burt
1987 Funland Angus Perry
1987 Planes, Trains and Automobiles Bryant Uncredited
1987 Dead Aim McWhorter
1988 She's Having a Baby Russ Bainbridge
1989 Uncle Buck Mr. Hatfield (voice)
1991 Committed Dr. Magnus Quilly
1993 Sommersby Reverend Powell
1993 Once Upon a Forest Birds Uncredited
1994 Miracle on 34th Street C.F. Cole
1999 True Crime Neil
2000 The Thundering 8th Old Joe
2001 Early Bird Special Fred
2002 Raising Dead Chief Silton
2003 Dopamine Tom - Rand's Father
2003 Dismembered Police Capt. Hart
2005 Yesterday's Dreams Herb Radford Final film role

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1949 Repertory Theatre Tybalt 2 episodes
1950 Lights Out Performer Episode: The Heart of Jonathan O'Rourke
1950 Masterpiece Playhouse King Richard III Episode: "Richard III"
1951-57 Robert Montgomery Presents Various Roles 4 episodes
1955 Omnibus Various 2 episodes
1958 Dial M for Murder Max Halliday Television Movie
1960 Play of the Week Bob Episode: "Seven Time Monday"
1960 Guestward, Ho! Performer Episode: "The Christmas Spirit"
1961-62 Surfside 6 Shrewdie/Robby Brooks 2 episodes
1961-62 The Donna Reed Show Ed Perkins/David 2 episodes
1961 The Twilight Zone The Major Episode: "Five Characters in Search of an Exit"
1961-72 Gunsmoke Lee Sharkey/Hill/Ira Spratt 3 episodes
1961 Armstrong Circle Theatre Performer Episode: "Black Market Babies"
1961 The Detectives Sutter Episode: "Tobey's Place"
1961 The New Breed Warren Giles Episode: "The Compulsion to Confess"
1961 Checkmate Peter Morell Episode: "Through a Dark Glass"
1961 Cheyenne Dennis Carter Episode: "Legacy of the Lost"
1961 Ben Casey Dr. Owen Episode: "The Sweet Kiss of Madness"
1962-63 77 Sunset Strip Various Roles 2 episodes
1962 The Gertrude Berg Show Ernie Episode: "Goodbye Mr. Howell"
1962 Bus Stop Ed Henderson Episode: "The Ordeal of Kevin Brooke"
1962 Follow the Sun Meredith St. John Episode: "A Ghost in Her Gazebo"
1962 Thriller Lou Walters Episode: "Man of Mystery"
1962 Kraft Mystery Theater Fuller Episode: "In Close Pursuit"
1962 The Gallant Men Jake Episode: Pilot
1962 The Lucy Show Henry Taylor Episode: "Lucy Digs Up a Date"
1962 Seven Times Monday Bob Television Movie
1962 Stoney Burke Reese Ludlow Episode: "A Matter of Pride"
1963-66 The Farmer's Daughter Congressman Glen Morley 101 episodes
1963 Combat! Captain Lew Anders Episode: "Off Limits"
1963 The Twilight Zone Dr. Wallman Episode: "Miniature"
1963 Empire Lawrence Rowan Episode: "Hidden Asset"
1966 The F.B.I. Anton Christopher Episode: "The Assassin"
1966 Twelve O'Clock High Lt. Co. Bill Christy Episode: "Gauntlet of Fire"
1966 The Wild Wild West Ben Victor Episode: "The Night of the Flying Pie Plate"
1966 Iron Horse Colin McCrory Episode: "Town Full of Fear"
1967 Mission: Impossible Deputy Premier Milos Pavel Episode: "The Train"
1967 Run for Your Life Ralph Wilson Episode: "The List of Alice McKenna"
1967 The F.B.I. David Spiers Episode: "By Force and Violence"
1967 The Fugitive Professor Fritz Simpson Episode: "The Ivy Maze"
1967 Bob Hope Presents:
The Chrysler Theatre
Performer Episode: "Wipeout"
1967 Mission: Impossible Alex Cresnic Episode: "The Widow"
1967 Star Trek Commodore Matt Decker Episode: "The Doomsday Machine"
1967 The Invaders Maj. Rick Graves Episode: "Doomsday Minus One"
1967 Custer Clark Samson Episode: "Under Fire"
1967 Gentle Ben James Harkness Episode: "Jennifer"
1967 Dundee and the Culhane Robert Campbell Episode: "The Thy Brother's Keeper Brief"
1967 The Invaders Michael Tressider Episode: "Summit Meeting"
1967 Judd, for the Defense Ira Creighton Episode: "Commitment"
1968-70 The Name of the Game Charlie/D.M. Episode: 2 episodes
1968-72 Ironside Eldon Chase/Judge Van Buren Episode: 2 episodes
1968 Mannix Calvin Norris Episode: "The Girl in the Frame"
1968 The F.B.I. Howard Converse Episode: "The Nightmare"
1968 Columbo Burt Gordon Episode: Prescription: Murder
1968 Bonanza Marshal Passmore Episode: "Star Crossed"
1969 The Virginian Joss Cardine Episode: "Halfway Back from Hell"
1969-70 My World and Welcome to It John Monroe 26 episodes
1969 Mannix Nils Sanderson Episode: "Shadow of a Man"
1969-74 Hawaii Five-O Ossie Connors/Harlan Henderson 2 episodes
1969-76 Medical Center Raymond Hanson/Nick McCrae/Dr. Nolan/Dr. Gillette/Crail 5 episodes
1969 The Mod Squad Fred Williams Episode: "Hello Mother, My Name Is Julie"
1969 Lancer Claude Buttermere Episode: "The Great Humbug"
1969 The Outcasts Lafe Partman Episode: "The Stalking Devil"
1969 The Outsider Bernard Christie Episode: "Service for One"
1969 CBS Playhouse Art Richardson Episode: "Shadow Game"
1969 My Friend Tony Performer Episode: "The Shortest Courtship"
1970-72 Love, American Style Charlie/Harrison/Hubert 3 episodes
1970-76 Insight God/Mr.Clark/Todd 3 episodes
1970 House on Greenapple Road Paul Durstine Television movie
1970 The Forty-Eight Hour Mile Bernard Christie Television movie
1971 The Virginian Foster Bonham Episode: "The Politician"
1971 That Girl Joseph Nelson Episode: "That Script"
1971 Mission: Impossible Stu Gorman Episode: "Blues"
1971 Big Fish, Little Fish William Baker Television Movie
1971 Assault on the Wayne Captain Frank Reardon Television Movie
1971 Alias Smith and Jones Jeremiah Daley Episode: "Wrong Train to Brimstone"
1971 Men at Law Dr. Simon Branby Episode: "Let the Dier Beware"
1971 Is There a Doctor in the House? Dr. Tim Newly Television Movie
1971 All in the Family Eddie Frazier Episode: "Success Story"
1971 Escape Dr. Henry Walding Television Movie
1971 Cannon Harry Kendrix Episode: "Death Chain"
1971 A Taste of Evil Harold Jennings Television Movie
1971 Marriage: Year One Warren Duden Television Movie
1971 Cade's County Frank Leonard Episode: "Violent Echo"
1971 Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Sam Mason Episode: "Ask Me Again Tomorrow"
1971 Night Gallery Randy Lane Episode: "They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar"
1971 The Man and the City Congressman Ralph Lawson Episode: "The Deadly Fountain"
1971 The Waltons Charlie Snead Episode: "The Homecoming: A Christmas Story"
1972-76 The Streets of San Francisco Russ Rankin/John Kovic/Msgr. Carruthers 3 episodes
1972 Columbo Everett Logan Episode: "Short Fuse"
1972 Second Chance Stan Petryk Television Movie
1972 The Jimmy Stewart Show Carruthers Episode: "Old School Ties"
1972 The New Healers Mr. Farrigan Television Movie
1972 Banacek Harry Wexler Episode: "Projet Phoenix"
1972 Ghost Story Charlie Pender Episode: "The Summer House"
1972 The Rookies Frank Queenlin Episode: "Time Is the Fire"
1972 A Great American Tragedy Rob Stewart Television Movie
1972 Pursuit Robert Phillips Television Movie
1973-74 The Girl with Something Extra Stuart Kline 3 episodes
1973 The Partridge Family Uncle Erwin Episode: "Bedknobs and Drumsticks"
1973 Mission: Impossible Paul Mitchell Episode: "The Fighter"
1973 The Girls of Huntington House Sam Duton Television Movie
1973 Winesburg, Ohio Dr. Reefy Television Movie
1973 The Delphi Bureau Broker Episode: "The Terror Broker Project"
1973 Dr. Simon Locke/Police Surgeon Woodward Episode: "Losers, Weepers"
1973 Tenafly Weyburn Episode: "The Cash and Carry Caper"
1973 Griff Christopher Woods Episode: "The Last Ballad"
1973 Hawkins Joe Hamilton Episode: "A Life for a Life"
1974-75 Petrocelli Alan Brewster/Alex Mayberry 2 episodes
1974-77 McMillan & Wife Whalen/Ted Hoffenstein 2 episodes
1974-77 Police Woman Ted Adrian/Silky Chamberlain 2 episodes
1974 Chopper One Marklund Episode: "The Drop"
1974 Murder in the First Person Singular Alfred Emerson Television Movie
1974 The Day the Earth Moved Judge Tom Backsler Television Movie
1975-81 Barney Miller George Webber/Voice of Cellmate Episode: 3 episodes
1975 The Abduction of Saint Anne Ted Morrisey Television Movie
1975 Lucas Tanner Ed Michaelson Episode: "Shattered"
1975 Journey from Darkness Dr. Cavaliere Television Movie
1975 Mannix George Kane Episode: "Hardball"
1975 S.W.A.T. Ross Collins Episode: "A Coven of Killers"
1975 Guilty or Innocent:
The Sam Sheppard Murder Case
Walt Adamson Television Movie
1975 Doctors' Hospital Dr. Ralph Keyes Episode: "Surgeon, Heal Thyself"
1976 Bridger Daniel Webster Television Movie
1976 Doc Dr. Pike Episode: "Come Scrub with Me"
1976 Richie Brockelman:
The Missing 24 Hours
Arthur Springfield Television Movie
1976 The Bionic Woman Warfield Episode: "Black Magic"
1976 Gibbsville Charles Paxton Episode: "Saturday Night"
1976 The Feather and Father Gang General Northrup Episode: "Two-Star Killer"
1976 Once an Eagle Gen. Duke K Pulleyne Miniseries
1976 The Tony Randall Show Hamilton Kiss Episode: "Case: Money vs. Stature"
1977 Seventh Avenue John Meyers Miniseries
1977 Hunter Josef Patel Episode: "The Lysenko Syndrome"
1977 Quincy, M.E. Arthur Brandeis Episode: "The Hot Dog Murder"
1977 Family Howard Stone Episode: "An Endangered Species"
1977 The Wonderful World of Disney Phil Wainwright Episode: "The Bluegrass Special"
1977 The Oregon Trail Packy 2 episodes
1977 Kojak K.C. Milano Episode: "Once More from Birdland"
1978 Hunters of the Reef Panama Cassidy Television Movie
1978 W.E.B. Performer Episode: "Walk a Velvet Tightrope"
1979-82 Trapper John, M.D. Harry Duvall/Theodore Rankin 2 episodes
1979-83 The Love Boat Bill Kelly/Harold Wallingford 3 episodes
1979 Brothers and Sisters Larry Krandall Miniseries
1979 Blind Ambition Richard Kleindienst Miniseries
1980 Portrait of a Rebel:
The Remarkable Mrs. Sanger
Soldini Television Movie
1980 Landon Landon & Landon Ben Landon Television series
1980 Dallas Amos Krebbs 2 episodes
1981 Walking Tall Matthew Whittaker Episode: "The Protectors of the People"
1981 The Incredible Hulk Sgt. Jack Keeler Episode: "East Winds"
1981 Foul Play Franklin Mills Episode: "Play It Again Tuck"
1981 One Day at a Time Mr. Tiller Episode: "Caveat Emptor"
1981 Leave 'em Laughing Smiley Jenkins Television Movie
1981 Side Show Byron Gage Television Movie
1981 Flamingo Road Charlie Banks Episode: "The Stranger"
1982-83 Matt Houston Dr. Walter Belkamp 2 episodes
1982 Fantasy Island Bill Ackland Episode: "Daddy's Little Girl/The Whistle"
1982 Desperate Lives Dr. Jarvis Television Movie
1982 The Rules of Marriage George Olsen Television Movie
1982 Hart to Hart Charles Baines Episode: "With This Hart, I Thee Wed"
1983 The Greatest American Hero Henry Williams Episode: "Live at Eleven"
1983 The A-Team Al Massey Episode: "Mexican Slayride"
1983 Mama's Family Woody Miller Episode: "Mama's Boyfriend"
1983 The Tom Swift and
Linda Craig Mystery Hour
Bronco Mallory Television Movie
1983 The Facts of Life Pete Dawson Episode: "Store Games"
1983 Lottery! Arthur Episode: "Boston: False Illusion"
1983 Automan Judge Alexander Farnsworth Season One - Episode: 2
1984 St. Elsewhere Charlie Halloran Episode: "In Sickness and in Health"
1984 Simon & Simon Dr. Lloyd - Chief of Surgery Episode: "Under the Knife"
1984 Why Me? General Television Movie
1984 The Yellow Rose Mayor Virgil Mapes 1 episode
1984 Pigs vs. Freaks/Off Sides Mayor Malcolm Wallwood Television Movie
1984 Velvet Official Television Movie
1984 Hot Pursuit Performer Episode: "Twilight Home"
1984 Hunter Comm. Larry Crenshaw Episode: "The Hot Grounder"
1985-96 Murder, She Wrote Sam Breen/Dr. Seth Hazlitt Recurring Role; 53 episodes
1985 Highway to Heaven Rev. David Stevens Episode: "A Child of God"
1985 Surviving: A Family in Crisis Dr. Madsen Television Movie
1985 Hotel Uncle Ray Episode: "Anniversary"
1985 Hardcastle and McCormick James Maxwell Episode: "Surprise on Seagull Beach"
1985 Dirty Work Cmdr. Leevanhoek Television Movie
1985 The Jetsons Flashlight Sentry Episode: "Elroy in Wonderland"
1985 Airwolf Lou Stappleford Episode: "Eagles"
1985 Knight Rider Wayne Altfield Episode: "Knight Racer"
1986 Magnum, P.I. Captain James T. Lyle Episode: "All Thieves on Deck"
1986 Comedy Factory Herb Medlock Episode: "Moscow Bureau"
1986 There Must Be a Pony Lee Hertzig Television Movie
1987 Mathnet Judge Herman Hoffman Episode: "The Trial of George Frankly"
1987 Square One Television Judge Hoffman 3 episodes
1987 Newhart Lew Brooney Episode: "Good-Bye & Good Riddance, Mr. Chips"
1987 Sky Commanders 'Cutter' Kling (voice) 2 episodes
1987 Dennis the Menace Mr. George Wilson Television Movie
1989 Have Faith Alex Episode: "Letters from Home"
1990-91 Parenthood Frank Buckman 12 episodes
1990 His & Hers Doug's Father Episode: "Just Plain Bill"
1990 The Return of Tom Sawyer
and Huckleberry Finn
Judge Thatcher Television Movie
1990 Amen Nick St. Nicholas 2 episodes
1991 Babes Darryl Kloner
Episode: "All Bumbed Out"
1991 The Fanelli Boys Ernie 2 episodes
1991 Chance of a Lifetime Dr. Edelman Television Movie
1992 L.A. Law Charles Flanagan Episode: "Diet, Diet My Darling"
1992 Batman: The Animated Series Ethan Clark (voice) Episode: "Prophecy of Doom"
1992 Goof Troop Uncle Bob Episode: "Major Goof"
1992 Camp Candy voice Episode: "When It Rains...It Snows"
1993-94 Sonic the Hedgehog Uncle Chuck (voice) 25 episodes
1993 Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman Hamilton Cobb Television Movie
1994 Murphy Brown Ross Bowen Episode: "Be Carfeul What You Wish For"
1995 Burke's Law Dale Montrose Episode: "Who Killed the Tennis Ace?"
1996 Fugitive X: Innocent Target Uncle Billy Television Movie
1998 Boy Meets World Ned Episode: "Ain't College Great?"
1999 Judging Amy Prof. Barnett Episode: "Prof. Barnett"
1999 Chicken Soup for the Soul Judge Episode: "Rescued"
2000 Ally McBeal Henderson Porter Episode: "The Man with the Bag"
2001 Providence Harold Joyce Episode: "The Invisible Man"
2001 The District Harlan Kirby Sr. Episode: "Bulldog's Ghost"
2002 JAG Fmr. Chief of Naval Operations Episode: "Need to Know"
2004 Star Trek: New Voyages Commodore Matt Decker Episode: "In Harm's Way"

Theatre

Year Title Role Venue
1946 King Henry VIII Earl of Surrey International Theatre, Broadway
1946 What Every Woman Knows Ensemble
1946 John Gabriel Borkman Erhart Borkman
1946 Androcles and the Lion Retiarius
1947 Yellow Jack McClelland
1947 Alice in Wonderland The White Rabbit Majestic Theatre, Broadway
Boston Opera House
1953 A Girl Can Tell David Royale Theatre, Broadway
1954 Mademoiselle Colombe Edouard Longacre Theatre, Broadway
1955 The Grand Prize John Condon Mitchell Plymouth Theatre, Broadway
1956 Fallen Angels Frederick Starbuck Playhouse Theatre, Broadway
1956 Double in Hearts Asst. Stage Manager John Golden Theatre, Broadway
1957 The Greatest Man Alive Hospital Aide Ethel Barrymore Theatre, Broadway
1960 Viva Madison Avenue! Jim Leary Longacre Theatre, Broadway

Awards and Nominations

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  4. ^ William Windom Biography (1923-)
  5. ^ The 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR) Trooper Pictures during World War II
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