Vincent Price Bio – Filmography, TV Shows and More

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When you go and examine the royal family of the horror, those actors and actresses that not only help to establish the genre but set the standards by which we judge it, Vincent Price would be at the top of the list. My memories of the Vincent Price echo back to the beginning days of my metamorphism into a horror fan and hardly would a Saturday afternoon go by without my weekly injection of such classic horror TV as “Creature Double Feature” or “Dr. Shock”. On many occasions, the “Kings of Horror” (Price, CushingLee, Lugosi, Chaney, and Karloff) would serve as guides propelling me down a path of never-ending nightmares and it was through them that the very essence of my addiction was born. For without them, I and probably even you would not be where we are today. Long live these “Masters of the Macabre”!!!! Here in this article find the details of Vincent Price Bio – Filmography TV Shows and More.

At the center of these wonderful memories and terrifying dreams was Vincent Price. Oh, the joy that was anticipation I felt when I watch one of his films. Although he more often than not played the villain, I never found myself rooting against him. He approached his craft much in the same way he approached his character with intelligence and charm, rather than force or fear. He was the thinking man’s epitome of evil and if life had dealt me a hand of walking on the dark side, I most certainly would have modeled myself after the abominable Dr. Phibes or Fredrick Loren in the “House on Haunted Hill“.

During the early to mid-’60s when Hammer ruled the horror scene with its’ classic remakes of “Frankenstein“, “Dracula“, and “The Mummy” over here in the States, Roger Corman, Samuel Arkoff, and AIP began dabbling in the works of Edgar Allen Poe. With Gothic horror at an all-time high, the trick was trying to find someone who could bring to life the power of Poe’s writing. It hadn’t been since the early years of Lugosi and Karloff that Hollywood felt secure and confident enough to undertake a journey into the world of Poe, so Price was brought to helm the leads in many of these classic retellings. For those looking for a dose of Poe ala Vincent Price, I highly recommend “The Fall of the House of Usher”, The Pit and the Pendulum”, “The Raven”, and the “Witchfinder General”.

Thereee probably aren’t any Price films I wouldn’t recommend to visitors of my site, although my foray into his full catalog of work is limited to the horror entries, but that more than enough tasty morsel to keep any budding Price fan busy for a while. Those looking for a place to starting point, whether you are a new fan or a golden oldie like myself, I would recommend each of the film pictured below (we do have full reviews of them, just click on the box cover), as well as, “The Tingler”, “Theater of Blood”, “The Fly”,”The House of Wax, and ” Witchfinder General (aka “The Conqueror Worm)”, just to name a few. So be on your way into the magical world of Vincent Price.

Vincent Price Biography

Vincent PriceVincent Leonard Price Jr. was born on May 27, 1911, in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of the National Candy Company’s president, and the youngest of four children. He was educated and spent his childhood in the city, going, for many years, to a school that his own mother had helped found. Unlike his other contemporaries, he was not immediately smitten with the idea of becoming an actor. Far from it; his original goal was to be an artist; however, he quickly learned that he had little talent in such a field, and concentrated then on becoming an art historian. A loner for much of his childhood, he often visited the St. Louis Museum and stared at the various works of art, inspiring him to hoard money, and he eventually built up a small private collection of minor sketches by the time he was a teenager. It was the beginning of a life-long love of the “world of man’s creation – art”. During these formative years, young Price also developed interests in everything from cooking to Native American culture. As he so aptly put it, “A man who limits his interests, limits his life.”

Since many of his family members had either attended the prestigious University of Yale or had married into Yale families, it was not surprising that the young Vincent Price ended up there as well. Graduating in 1933, he took a minor job teaching art appreciation, coaching dramatics, and, believe it or not, occasionally driving a bus at the Riverdale School in New York. Thereee, while playing one of the leads in a three-act production of “H.M.S. Pinafore”, he realized that his true calling in life would be the stage. Besides that, the teaching experience had taught him that – surprise – college had taught him very little! With a $900 tuition check from his parents, Price finally received a Masters Degree from the Courtauld Institute in London, slightly furthering his education.

In 1935 he made his first professional appearance at the Gate Theatre in London, playing a policeman and judge in the play “Chicago”. His acting work was making him much happier than teaching anyways, now. Soon after, he was cast in the role of Prince Albert in Laurence Houseman’s “Victoria Regina”. Positive reviews ensued, and Price was even mistaken for a European! The role soon brought him to the attention of his fellow citizens back home, when he was asked to re-create the role of Albert in New York in an American version starring actress Helen Hayes. It made Price an instant star. “Victoria Regina” ran for several years, and he spent his spare time during the play’s “recesses” on other stage work, and occasionally screen tests. He then briefly joined Orson Wells’ Mercury Theatre, although left the company soon after. Price also found time to romance actress Barbara O’Neill. However, it was not to be; O’Neill wouldn’t commit, so Vincent ended up marrying actress Edith Barrett in a large ceremony on April 23, 1938, who would turn out to be his first of three wives.

“House of Wax” (1953)“The Fly” (1958)“House on Haunted Hill” (1958)


After signing a contract with Universal, Price made his screen debut in 1938 in “Service De Luxe“. After that, he went on to a number of showy parts in movies like James Whale’s “Green Hell”, “Laura”, “The Song of Bernadette”, “Hudson’s Bay”, “The House of Seven Gables” and “Brigham Young – Frontiersman” through the decade. On August 30, 1940, he became the proud father of one Vincent Barrett Price. However, by 1944, he and Edith had become legally separated, and, after a brief reconciliation, they divorced in 1948. Only about a year later, he revealed that he was now married again, this time to costume designer Mary Grant. Together the two would found the Vincent Price Gallery on the campus of the East Los Angeles College in 1951. The gallery still operates even to this day and has done much to introduce it’s founders’ love of art to new generations.


“Return of the Fly” (1959)


“The Tingler” (1959)


“The Bat” (1959)

The 1950s brought Price to the attention of, of all things, the United States government and the House Committee on Un-American Activities. His affiliation with organizations that later turned out to have Communist influences, a snafu involving passports, and then the mysterious, unexplained dropping of him from a TV program called “Pantomime Quiz”, made him suspect to a scandal. He voluntarily requested a meeting with the FBI, where he firmly denied any knowledge or sympathy towards Communist parties or causes. The G-men found him to be candid and forthright and confirmed his denial of any wrongdoing.


“The Fall of the House of Usher” (1960)


The Pit & The Pendulum (1961)


“The Raven” (1963)

Throughout the decade he appeared in a variety of films, television programs and plays, including “The Ten Commandments”, but in 1953 he accepted a role that would change the course of his career – “House of Wax”, about the sculptor Jarrod, hideously deformed in an act of arson, returning from supposed death for revenge. The picture was a huge success, and he followed it up with “The Mad Magician” the same year. However, it wasn’t until later in the decade that he started making horror pictures in full-force. Beginning in 1958, he starred in five horror/sci-fi films in the space of just two years (in William Castle’s “House on Haunted Hill” and “The Tingler”, Fox’s “The Fly” and “Return of the Fly”, and “The Bat”). With that, he went on to star in the famous Edgar Alan Poe chillers of AIP, with such minor classics as “House of Usher”, “Pit and the Pendulum”, “The Raven” and “The Haunted Palace”, and in camp items like “Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs”. It was these films that stamped him as a “horror star”, even though he continued to accept a variety of different roles (of his total screen output, only about 30% is horror).


“The Comedy of Terrors” (1963)


“Tomb of Ligeia” (1965)


“Witchfinder General” (1968)

On April 27, 1962, Price was blessed with a second child – a girl by the name of Mary Victoria. The birth seemed to rejuvenate him, but the quality of his film work was beginning to deteriorate. His contract with AIP prohibited him from horror pictures with other companies, and the studio was increasingly casting him in disappointments like “War-Gods of the Deep”, “Cry of the Banshee” and “Madhouse”. Despite creating some of his most memorable roles as Dr. Phibes in “The Abominable Dr. Phibes“, Edward Lionheart in “Theater of Blood” and Matthew Hopkins in “The Conqueror Worm”, he was getting rather fed up with not only American-International but with Hollywood itself. After taking refuge in England briefly, and when it was revealed that he was madly in love with actress Coral Browne, Mary Grant sued for divorce and got it. Shortly thereafter, her ex-husband wed Coral at a county courthouse.


“Scream and Scream Again” (1969)


“The Abominable Dr. Phibes” (1972)


“Theater of Blood” (1973)

In his later years, Price continued to act regularly, but he also found a new interest in rock ‘n’ roll, helping with music videos like Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”. Price himself was a big fan of “good” rock ‘n’ roll. He was also a chef on television for many years, and wrote and published quite a few books, including “Joe”, “The Michelangelo Bible”, “Drawings of Delacroix”, “The Come Into the Kitchen Cook Book” and “A Treasury of Great Recipes”. Even when diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease that would eventually help end his life, Price kept working. Coral Browne died in 1991 from breast cancer; her husband was so sick he couldn’t even attend the funeral service. Vincent Price, the “King of the Grand Guignol” finally succumbed to a combination of Parkinson’s and lung cancer on October 25, 1993. He was given a warm farewell at a memorial service nearly a month later, with hors d’oeuvres from his favorite restaurant and an emotional reminiscence from
friend Roddy McDowall and his ashes were scattered off the California coast.

Vincent Price Bio – Filmography

  • 100 Years of Horror (1996) (V) (archive footage) …. Interviewee
  • Arabian Knight (1995) (voice) …. Zigzag
  • Century of Cinema, A (1994) …. Himself (archive footage)
  • Heart of Justice, The (1992) (TV) …. Shaw
  • Edward Scissorhands (1990) …. The Inventor
  • Horror Hall of Fame, The (1990) (TV) …. Recipient
  • Catchfire (1989) …. Mr. Avoca
    • Backtrack (1991) (USA: TV title) (director’s cut)
    • Catchfire (1989) (Australia)
    • Do It the Hard Way (1989)
  • Don’t Scream It’s Only a Movie (1989)
  • Vincent Price (1988) …. Himself
  • Dead Heat (1988) …. Arthur P. Loudermilk
  • Strange But True Football Stories (1987) (TV) …. Narrator
  • Whales of August, The (1987) …. Mr. Maranov
  • Escapes (1986) (TV) …. Host
  • Offspring, The (1986) …. Julian White
    • From a Whisper to a Scream (1986)
  • Great Mouse Detective, The (1986) (voice) …. Professor Ratigan
    • Adventures of the Great Mouse Detective, The (1992) (reissue title)
    • Basil-The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
  • “13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, The” (1985) TV Series (voice) …. Vincent VanGhoul
  • Dracula, the Great Undead (1985) …. Host/narrator
  • Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz (1985) (TV) …. Himself
  • Pogo for President: ‘I Go Pogo’ (1984) (voice) …. The Deacon
    •  Go Pogo (1984)
    • I Go Pogo (1984)
    • Pogo for President (1984)
  • Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984) …. The Monk
  • House of the Long Shadows (1983) …. Lionel Grisbane
    • House of Long Shadows (1983)
  • Thriller (1983) (V) (voice) …. Voice of The Rap
    • Michael Jackson’s Thriller (1983) (V) (USA: complete title)
  • Your Choice for the Film Awards (1983) (TV) …. Host
  • “Faerie Tale Theater” (1982) TV Series …. Magic Mirror (Snow White), Narrator
  • Ruddigore (1982) (V) …. Sir Despard Murgatroyd
  • Vincent (1982) (voice) …. Narrator
  • Circus of the Stars #7 (1982) (TV) …. Ringmaster
  • Freddy the Freeloader’s Christmas Dinner (1981) (TV)
  • “Mystery!” (1980) TV Series …. Host (1980-1989)
  • Monster Club, The (1980) …. Eramus
  • Once Upon a Midnight Scary (1979) …. Host
  • Scavenger Hunt (1979) …. Milton Parker
  • “Time Express” (1979) TV Series …. Jason Winters
  • Days of Fury (1978) (voice) …. Narrator
  • Ringo (1978) (TV)
  • Strange Case of Alice Cooper, The (1978) (voice) …. Narrator
  • Butterfly Ball, The (1976) (voice) …. Narrator
  • Welcome to My Nightmare (1976) (voice) …. Spider’s Voice
  • Joys (1976) (TV) … Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope in ‘Joys’ (1976) (TV) (USA: complete title)
  • Journey Into Fear (1975) …. Dervos
    • Burn Out (1975)
  • Alice Cooper: The Nightmare (1975) (TV) …. The Spirit of the Nightmare
    • Nightmare, The (1975) (TV)
    • Welcome To My Nightmare (1975) (TV) (video title)
  • Black Day for Bluebeard (1974) (TV)
  • Devil’s Triangle, The (1974) (voice) …. Narrator
  • Madhouse (1974) …. Paul Toombes
    Deathday (1974)

    • Madhouse of Dr. Fear, The (1974)
    • Revenge of Dr. Death, The (1974)
  • Percy’s Progress (1974) …. Stavos Mammonian
    •  It’s Not the Size That Counts (1974) (USA)
  • Theatre of Blood (1973) …. Edward Lionheart
    • Much Ado About Murder (1973)
    • Theater of Blood (1973) (USA)
  • Columbo: Lovely But Lethal (1973) (TV) …. David Lang
  • Aries Computer, The (1972)
  • Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972) …. Dr. Anton Phibes
  • Evening with Edgar Allan Poe, An (1972) …. Narrator
  • “Hilarious House of Frightenstein, The” (1971) TV Series …. The Narrator
  • Abominable Dr. Phibes, The (1971) …. Dr. Anton Phibes
    • Curse of Dr. Phibes, The (1971)
    • Dr. Phibes (2000) (USA: promotional title)
  • Here Comes Peter Cottontail (1971) (TV) (voice) …. Irontail
  • What’s a Nice Girl Like You…? (1971) (TV) …. William Spevin
  • Cry of the Banshee (1970) …. Lord Edward Whitman
  • “Hollywood Squares, The” (1966) TV Series …. Semiregular (1970-1976)
  • Oblong Box, The (1969) …. Sir Julian Markham
    • Dance, Mephisto (1969)
    • Edgar Allan Poe’s The Oblong Box (1969)
  • Scream and Scream Again (1969) …. Dr. Browning
    • Screamer (1969)
  • Heiress, The (1969) (TV) …. Dr. Austin Sloper
    • Play of the Month: The Heiress (1969) (TV) (UK)
  • Trouble with Girls, The (1969) …. Mr. Morality
  • Chautauqua, The (1969)
    • Trouble with Girls (and How to Get Into It), The (1969)
  • More Dead Than Alive (1969) …. Dan Ruffalo
  • Matthew Hopkins: Witchfinder General (1968) …. Matthew Hopkins
    • Conqueror Worm, The (1968) (USA)
    • Edgar Allan Poe’s Conqueror Worm (1968)
    • Witchfinder-General (1968) (UK: video title)
  • Tre passi nel delirio (1968) (English version) …. Narrator
    • Histoires extraordinaires (1968) (France)
    • Spirits of the Dead (1968) (USA)
    • Tales of Mystery (1968)
    • Tales of Mystery and Imagination (1968) (UK)
    • Trois histoires extraordinaires d’Edgar Poe (1968)
  • Casa de las mil mu�ecas, La (1967) …. Felix Manderville
    • Haus der tausend Freuden, Das (1967) (West Germany)
    • House of 1,000 Dolls (1967) (USA)… House of a Thousand Pleasures (1967)
  • Jackals, The (1967) (unreleased) …. Oupa the Prospector
  • Spie vengono dal semifreddo (1966) …. Dr. Goldfoot
    • Dr. Goldfoot and the ‘S’ Bombs (1966)
    • Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs (1966) (USA)
    • r. Goldfoot and the Love Bomb (1966)
    • r. Goldfoot and the Sex Bombs (1966)
    • Spies Come from Half-Cold (1966)
    • Spy Came from the Semi-Cold, The (1966) (International: English title: literal title)
    • Two Mafia Guys from the FBI (1966) (International: English title: literal title)
  • City Under the Sea (1965) …. The Captain
    • City in the Sea (1965) (USA)
    • War Gods of the Deep (1965) (USA)
  • Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965) …. Dr. Goldfoot
    • Dr. G and the Bikini Machine (1965) (UK)
  • Tomb of Ligeia, The (1965) …. Verden Fell
    • Last Tomb of Ligeia (1965)
    • Ligeia (1965)
    • Tomb of the Cat (1965)
  • Masque of the Red Death, The (1964) …. Prospero
  • Ultimo uomo della Terra, L’ (1964) …. Robert Morgan
    • Last Man on Earth, The (1964) (USA)
    • Naked Terror (1964)
    • Night Creatures, The (1964)
    • Night People (1964)
    • Vento di morte (1964)
    • Wind of Death (1964)
  • Beach Party (1963) (uncredited) …. Big Daddy
  • Chagall (1963) (voice) …. Narrator
    • Marc Chagall (1963)
  • Comedy of Terrors, The (1963) …. Waldo Trumbull
    • Graveside Story, The (1963)
  • Haunted Palace, The (1963) …. Charles Dexter Ward (Joseph Curwen)
    • Edgar Allan Poe’s The Haunted Palace (1963) (USA: promotional title)
    • Haunted Village, The (1963)
  • Raven, The (1963) …. Dr. Erasmus Craven
  • Tab, I (1963) (voice) …. Narrator
    • Taboos of the World (1963)
  • Twice-Told Tales (1963) …. Alex Medbourne/Rappaccini/Gerald Pyncheon
    • Corpse-Makers, The (1963)
    • Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Twice-Told Tales (1963)
    • Nights of Terror (1963)
  • Diary of a Madman (1963) …. Simon Cordier
  • Confessions of an Opium Eater (1962) …. Gilbert De Quincey
    • Evils of Chinatown (1962) (UK)
    • Souls for Sale (1962) (USA: reissue title)
  • Convicts 4 (1962) …. Carl Carmer
    • Convicts 4 (1962) (USA)
    • Reprieve (1962)
  • Tales of Terror (1962) …. Fortunato/Valdemar/Locke
    • Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Terror (1962) (USA)
    • Poe’s Tales of Terror (1962)
  • Tower of London (1962) …. Richard of Gloucester
  • Gordon, il pirata nero (1961) …. Romero
    • Black Buccaneer, The (1961) (UK)
    • Black Pirate (1961)
    • Pirate Warrior (1961)
    • Rage of the Buccaneers (1961) (USA)
  • Naked Terror (1961) (voice) …. Narrator
  • Nefertiti, regina del Nilo (1961) …. Benakon
    • Nefertiti, Queen of the Nile (1961)
    • Queen of the Nile (1961)
  • Pit and the Pendulum (1961) …. Don Nicholas Medina
    • Pit and the Pendulum, The (1961) (USA)
  • Master of the World (1961) …. Robur
  • “Chevy Mystery Show, The” (1960) TV Series …. Host
    • “Sunday Mystery Hour” (1961) (USA: rerun title)
  • House of Usher (1960) …. Roderick Usher
    • Fall of the House of Usher, The (1960) (UK) (USA)
  • Three Musketeers, The (1960) (TV)
  • Bat, The (1959) …. Dr. Malcolm Wells
  • Big Circus, The (1959) …. Hans Hagenfeld
  • Tingler, The (1959) …. Dr. Warren Chapin
  • Return of the Fly (1959) …. Franois Delambre
  • House on Haunted Hill (1958) …. Frederick Loren
  • Fly, The (1958) …. Franois Delambre ‘
  • “E.S.P.” (1958) TV Series …. Host
  • Story of Mankind, The (1957) …. The Devil
  • Vagabond King, The (1956) …. Narrator (uncredited)
  • Serenade (1956) …. Charles Winthrop
  • Ten Commandments, The (1956) …. B
  • While the City Sleeps (1956) …. Walter Kyne
  • Story of Colonel Drake, The (1955) …. Colonel Drake
  • Son of Sinbad (1955) …. Omar Khayyam
    • Nights in a Harem (1955)
  • Mad Magician, The (1954) …. Don Gallico/Gallico the Great
  • Dangerous Mission (1954) …. Paul Adams
    • Rangers of the North (1954) (USA)
  • Casanova’s Big Night (1954) (uncredited) …. Casanova
    • Mr. Casanova (1954) (USA)
  • House of Wax (1953) …. Professor Henry Jarrod
  • Pictura (1952) …. Narrator
  • Water, Water Every Hare (1952) (voice) (uncredited) …. Evil Scientist
  • Las Vegas Story, The (1952) …. Lloyd Rollins
  • His Kind of Woman (1951) …. Mark Cardigan
  • Adventures of Captain Fabian (1951) …. George Brissac
    • New Orleans Adventure (1951)…
    • Taverne de New Orlans, La (1951) (France)
  • Baron of Arizona, The (1950) …. James Addison Reavis/Brother Anthony
  • Champagne for Caesar (1950) …. Burnbridge Waters
  • Curtain Call at Cactus Creek (1950) …. Tracy Holland
    • Take the Stage (1950) (UK)
  • Christmas Carol, The (1949) (TV) …. Host/Narrator
  • Bribe, The (1949) …. Carwood
  • Bagdad (1949) …. Pasha Ali Nadim
  • Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) (uncredited) (voice) …. Invisible Man
    •  Abbott and Costello Meet the Ghosts (1948) (UK)
    • Brain of Frankenstein, The (1948)
    • Meet the Ghosts (1948)
  • Rogues’ Regiment (1948) …. Mark Van Ratten
  • Up in Central Park (1948) …. Boss Tweed
  • Three Musketeers, The (1948) …. Cardinal Richelieu
  • “Pantomime Quiz” (1947) TV Series
  • Long Night, The (1947) …. Maximilian
  • Moss Rose (1947) …. Inspector Clinner
  • Web, The (1947) …. Andrew Colby
  • Shock (1946) …. Dr. Cross
  • Dragonwyck (1946) …. Nicholas Van Ryn
  • Leave Her to Heaven (1945) …. Russell Quinton
  • Royal Scandal, A (1945) …. Marquis de Fleury
    • Czarina (1945) (UK)
  • Eve of St. Mark, The (1944) …. Private Francis Marion
  • Keys of the Kingdom, The (1944) …. The Rev. Angus Mealey
  • Laura (1944) …. Shelby Carpenter
  • Wilson (1944) …. William Gibbs McAdoo
  • Song of Bernadette, The (1943) …. Vital Dutour, Imperial Prosecutor
  • Brigham Young – Frontiersman (1940) …. Joseph Smith
    • Brigham Young (1940)
    • Brigham Young – Frontiersman (1940) (UK)
  • Hudson’s Bay (1940) …. King Charles II
  • Green Hell (1940) …. David Richardson
  • Invisible Man Returns, The (1940) …. Geoffrey Radcliffe
  • House of the Seven Gables, The (1940) …. Clifford Pyncheon
  • Tower of London (1939) …. Duke of Clarence
  • Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex, The (1939) …. Sir Walter Raleigh
    • Elizabeth and Essex (1939)
    • Elizabeth the Queen (1939) (USA: TV title)
  • Service de Luxe (1938) …. Robert Wade 

Vincent Price TV guest appearances

  • “Critic, The” (1994) playing “Judge”(voice) (uncredited) in episode: “Day at the Races and a Night at the Opera, A” (episode # 1.11) 7/6/1994
  • “Tiny oon Adventures” (1990) playing “Narrator”(voice) in episode: “How Sweetie It Is” 2/19/1991
  • “Faerie Tale Theater” (1982) playing “Narrator” in episode: “Boy Who Left Home to Find Out About the Shivers, The” (episode # 3.7) 9/17/1984
  • “Love Boat, The” (1977) playing “The Amazing Alonzo” in episode: “Ship of Ghouls” 10/28/1978
  • “Love Boat, The” (1977) in episode: “Ship of Ghouls” 10/28/1978
  • “Bionic Woman, The” (1976) playing “Manfred/Cyrus Carstairs” in episode: “Black Magic” (episode # 2.9) 11/10/1976
  • “Ellery Queen” (1975) playing “Director Michael Raynor” in episode: “Adventure of the Sinister Scenario, The” (episode # 1.17) 2/8/1976
  • “Muppet Show, The” (1976) playing “Himself”(episode # 1.19) 1976
  • “M*A*S*H” (1972) playing “Himself” in episode: “House Arrest” (episode # 3.18) 2/4/1975
  • “Front Page Challenge” (1957) playing “Guest” 1973
  • “Brady Bunch, The” (1969) playing “Professor Whitehead” in episode: “Tiki Caves, The” (episode # 4.3) 10/6/1972
  • “Night Gallery” (1970) playing “Carnby” in episode: “Return of the Sorcerer, The” (episode # 3.1) 9/24/1972
  • “Night Gallery” (1970) playing “Professor” in episode: “Class of 99, The” (episode # 2.7) 9/22/1971
  • “Here’s Lucy” (1968) playing “Himself” in episode: “Lucy Cuts Vincent Price” (episode # 3.1) 11/9/1970
  • “Get Smart” (1965) playing “Dr. Pym” in episode: “Is This Trip Necessary?” (episode # 5.12) 12/12/1969
  • “Batman” (1966/II) playing “Egghead” in episode: “Ogg Couple, The” (episode # 3.15) 12/21/1967
  • “Batman” (1966/II) playing “Egghead” in episode: “How to Hatch a Dinosaur” (episode # 3.9) 11/9/1967
  • “Batman” (1966/II) playing “Egghead” in episode: “Ogg and I, The” (episode # 3.8) 11/2/1967
  • “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea” (1964) playing “Professor Multiple” in episode: “Deadly Dolls, The” (episode # 4.2) 10/1/1967
  • “F Troop” (1965) playing “Count Sfoza” in episode: “V is For Vampire” (episode # 2.22) 2/2/1967
  • “Batman” (1966/II) playing “Egghead” in episode: “Yegg Foes in Gotham, The” (episode # 2.14) 10/20/1966
  • “Batman” (1966/II) playing “Egghead” in episode: “Egg Grows in Gotham, An” (episode # 2.13) 10/19/1966
  • “Man from U.N.C.L.E., The” (1964) playing “Victor Marton” in episode: “Foxes and Hounds Affair, The” 10/8/1965
  • “Daniel Boone” (1964) playing “Dr. Morton” “United States Steel Hour, The” (1953) in episode: “Shame the Devil” 12/14/1960
  • “Adventures in Paradise” (1959) in episode: “Color of Venom, The” (episode # 1.20) 2/8/1960
  • “Riverboat” (1959) playing “Otto Justin” in episode: “Witness No Evil” (episode # 1.8) 11/1/1959
  • “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” (1955) playing “Charles Courtney” in episode: “Perfect Crime, The” (episode # 3.3) 10/20/1957
  • “Playhouse 90” (1956) in episode: “Forbidden Area” 10/4/1956
  • “Science Fiction Theatre” (1955) playing “Gary Williams” in episode: “One Thousand Eyes” (episode # 2.60) 9/7/1956
  • “Alcoa Hour, The” (1955) in episode: “Sister” (episode # 1.20) 7/22/1956
  • “Steve Allen Show, The” (1956) playing “Himself” 6/24/1956
  • “Science Fiction Theatre” (1955) playing “Dr. Philip Redmond” in episode: “Operation Flypaper” (episode # 1.38) 2/3/1956
  • “$64,000 Challenge, The” (1956) playing “Himself” “Red Skelton Show, The” (1951)


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