Pat Hingle

Mostly Credited As: Pat Hingle
Birth Name: Martin Patterson Hingle
Date Of Birth: July 19, 1924 (Age 84)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Miami, Florida
Date Of Death: January 03, 2009
Cause Of Death: Blood Cancer
Height: 5' 10" (1.77 m)

Pat Hingle

TV Appearances

Main cast 
The Court (2002)As: Chief Justice Townsend
The Shining (1997)As: Pete Watson
Blue Skies (1988) (1988)As: Henry Cobb
Stone (1980)As: Chief Paulton
Episode Cast Credits 

Dawson's Creek (1998) 
  Eastern Standard Time 04x18: (Apr/18/2001) As Irv, [Special Guest Stars]

Hallmark Hall Of Fame (1951) 
  The Runaway 50x02: (Dec/10/2000) As Avery 
  All The Way Home 21x02: (Dec/01/1971) As Ralph Follet 

Homicide: Life on the Street (1993) 
  Red, Red Wine 07x05: (Nov/06/1998) As Wally Flynn 

American Gothic (1995) 
  Inhumanitas 01x10: (Jan/17/1996) As Father Tilden 

Cheers (1982) 
  The Last Picture Show 11x18: (Feb/25/1993) As Gus O'Malley 

Murder, She Wrote (1984) 
  Thicker Than Water 08x04: (Oct/06/1991) As Zack Franklin 
  O'Malley's Luck 06x18: (Mar/25/1990) As Lt. James O'Malley 
  Unfinished Business 03x03: (Oct/12/1986) As Bernard Kale 

Island Son (1989) 
  Everyday People 01x09: (Nov/14/1989) As Algren 

The Equalizer (1985) 
  Prisoners of Conscience 04x17: (Apr/27/1989) As Waldo Jarrell 

War and Remembrance (1988) 
  Part II 01x02: (Nov/15/1988) As Admiral William F. "Bull" Halsey 

Matlock (1986) 
  Santa Claus 01x13: (Dec/09/1986) As Tom McCabe 

Amazing Stories (1985) 
  Santa '85 01x11: (Dec/15/1985) As Sheriff Horace Smivey 

Hot Pursuit (1984) (1984) 
  Twilight Home 01x11: (Jul/26/1985) As Unknown 

Magnum, P.I. (1980) 
  The Legacy of Garwood Huddle 05x04: (Oct/18/1984) As Garwood Huddle 

Simon & Simon (1981) 
  Betty Grable Flies Again 03x10: (Dec/08/1983) As 'Irish' Dan Kelly 

St. Elsewhere (1982) 
  Brothers 01x17: (Mar/15/1983) As Walter Schaeffer 

Hart to Hart (1979) 
  From the Depths of My Hart 03x10: (Jan/05/1982) As Duffy/Robert Ambrose 

Trapper John, M.D. (1979) 
  King of the Road 02x16: (May/03/1981) As Hub Wendover 

M*A*S*H (1972) 
  April Fools 08x25: (Mar/24/1980) As Colonel Daniel Webster Tucker 

Vega$ (1978) 
  Runaway 02x04: (Oct/24/1979) As Caleb Tucker 

Barnaby Jones (1973) 
  Child of Love, Child of Vengeance (2) 07x23: (Mar/22/1979) As Wesley Garrison / George Garrety 
  Child of Love, Child of Vengeance (1) 07x22: (Mar/15/1979) As Wesley Garrison / George Garrety 
  Dead Heat 04x15: (Jan/01/1976) As Ray Dixon 

Kingston: Confidential (1977) 
  Eight Columns Across the Top 01x02: (Mar/30/1977) As Senator Randolph 

Hawaii Five-O (1968) (1968) 
  To Kill a Mind 09x21: (Mar/17/1977) As Dr Grant Ormsbee 
  Man on Fire 09x05: (Oct/21/1976) As Dr Grant Ormsbee 
  The Defector 08x08: (Oct/24/1975) As Dr Grant Ormsbee 

The Streets of San Francisco (1972) 
  Castle of Fear 05x10: (Dec/23/1976) As Alfred C. "Al" Mossman 
  Web of Lies 04x09: (Nov/06/1975) As Burt Morris 

Barbary Coast (1975) 
  Funny Money 01x01: (Sep/08/1975) As Emory Van Cleve 

McCloud (1970) 
  Sharks! 05x08: (Feb/23/1975) As Lieutenant Easton 

Medical Center (US) (1969) 
  Midwife 06x12: (Dec/02/1974) As Maxwell Grant 
  Crossroads 02x24: (Mar/10/1971) As Dr. Farring 
  The Deceived 01x14: (Jan/07/1970) As Tom Hoagley 

The Six Million Dollar Man (1974) 
  Pilot Error 02x03: (Sep/27/1974) As Senator Hill 

The F.B.I. (1965) 
  Memory of a Legend 08x24: (Mar/11/1973) As Gus Benderson 

The Rookies (1972) 
  Life Robbery (a.k.a) Tribute to a Veteran 01x21: (Feb/26/1973) As Al Harris 

Hec Ramsey (1972) 
  The Mystery of Chalk Hill 01x05: (Feb/18/1973) As Deputy Marshal Charlie Hollister 

Kung Fu (1972) 
  The Soul is the Warrior 01x06: (Feb/08/1973) As Sheriff Thoms 

Ironside (1967) 
  Find a Victim 05x19: (Jan/13/1972) As Lou Karns 

The Man and the City (1971) 
  The City (Jan/12/1972) As Ira Groom 

Gunsmoke (1955) 
  Drago 17x11: (Nov/22/1971) As Dr. John Chapman 
  My Brother's Keeper 17x10: (Nov/15/1971) As Dr. John Chapman 
  Lijah 17x09: (Nov/08/1971) As Dr. John Chapman 
  Lynott 17x08: (Nov/01/1971) As Dr. John Chapman 

The Bold Ones: The Senator (1970) 
  A Clear and Present Danger (Mar/21/1970) As Salem Chase ("And"), [Special Guest Stars]

Lancer (1968) 
  A Scarecrow at Hacket's 02x11: (Dec/16/1969) As Absolem Weir 

Bonanza (1959) 
  The Silence at Stillwater 11x03: (Sep/28/1969) As Sheriff Austin 

The High Chaparral (1967) 
  Threshold of Courage 01x28: (Mar/31/1968) As Finley Carr 

The Felony Squad (1966) 
  Killing, Country Style 02x17: (Dec/28/1967) As Sheriff Cable 

The Invaders (1967) 
  The Prophet 02x11: (Nov/14/1967) As Brother Avery 

Run for Your Life (1965) 
  The Company of Scoundrels 03x06: (Oct/18/1967) As Frederick Huffschmidt 

Cimarron Strip (1967) 
  Broken Wing 01x03: (Sep/21/1967) As Mike McQueen 

Judd for the Defense (1967) 
  Tempest in a Texas Town 01x01: (Sep/08/1967) As Ed Tanner 

Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre (1963) 
  To Sleep, Perchance to Scream 04x25: (May/10/1967) As Martin Carlyle 

Mission: Impossible (1966) (1966) 
  The Confession 01x22: (Feb/25/1967) As R.J. McMillan 

CBS Playhouse (1966) 
  The Glass Menagerie 01x01: (Dec/08/1966) As Jim O'Connor 

A Man Called Shenandoah (1965) 
  Plunder 01x25: (Mar/07/1966) As Tenney 

The Loner (US) (1965) 
  The Mourners for Johnny Sharp (2) 01x22: (Feb/12/1966) As Bob Pierson 
  The Mourners for Johnny Sharp (1) 01x21: (Feb/05/1966) As Bob Pierson 

The Andy Griffith Show (1960) 
  Wyatt Earp Rides Again 06x20: (Jan/31/1966) As Fred Gibson 

The Fugitive (1963) (1963) 
  Nicest Fella You'd Ever Want to Meet 02x18: (Jan/19/1965) As Sheriff Joe Bob Sims 
  Search in a Windy City 01x19: (Feb/04/1964) As Mike Decker 

Daniel Boone (1964) (1964) 
  The Returning 01x14: (Jan/14/1965) As Will Carey, [Special Guest Stars]

Rawhide (1959) 
  The Book 07x14: (Jan/08/1965) As Pop Stark 

Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963) 
  The Name of the Game 01x10: (Dec/26/1963) As Ed Caldwell 

Route 66 (1960) (1960) 
  Build Your Houses With Their Backs to the Sea 04x05: (Oct/25/1963) As Thayer Faxon 
  Burning for Burning 02x13: (Dec/29/1961) As Frank 

Dr. Kildare (1961) 
  The Heart, an Imperfect Machine 03x04: (Oct/17/1963) As Dr. Edward Swader 
  The Witch Doctor 01x23: (Mar/08/1962) As Jason 

The Twilight Zone (1959) 
  The Incredible World of Horace Ford 04x15: (Apr/18/1963) As Horace Ford 

The Untouchables (1959) (1959) 
  Junk Man 04x20: (Jan/26/1963) As Barney Howe/Barney Retzik, [Special Guest Stars]
  The Case Against Eliot Ness 03x23: (May/10/1962) As Mitchell Grandin, [Special Guest Stars]

Cain's Hundred (1961) 
  The Fixer 01x12: (Dec/12/1961) As Sheriff Sam Cortner 

Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955) (1955) 
  Night of the Execution 03x13: (Dec/29/1957) As Warren Selvey 

Studio One (1948) 
  The Human Barrier 09x42: (Jul/29/1957) As Major Bergman 
  A Child is Waiting 09x22: (Mar/11/1957) As Dr. Clark 
  An Almanac on Liberty 07x08: (Nov/08/1954) As Hank 

Kraft Television Theatre (1947) (1947) 
  No Warning 10x18: (Jan/16/1957) As guest star 

The Philco Television Playhouse (1948) 
  This Land is Mine 08x10: (Jan/15/1956) As guest star 
  The Trees 08x07: (Dec/04/1955) As guest star 
  Black Frost 07x21: (Jun/26/1955) As guest star 

Suspense (US) (1949) 
  The Last Stand 06x48: (Aug/03/1954) As guest star 
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He and Michael Gough (who played Alfred) were the only two actors to appear in all four of the first Warner Bros. "Batman" movies.

He appeared in a substantial supporting role in Stephen King's only directing cinema job "Maximum Overdrive" (also writing the screenplay from his own short story). King later casted him in another for his TV mini-series "Stephen King's The Shining."

Won the 2005 North Carolina Distinguished Filmmaker Award for his forty-five years in the business of professional acting.

He served in the Navy during WWII.

Was nominated for Broadway's 1958 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Dramatic Actor for "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs."

Mr. Christopher Adam Keyser, one of the brainchildren--along with Amy Lippman--of life-sized domestic family drama on FOX has been behind-the-scenes mastermind. While the man himself is not as known as someone like Aaron Spelling, his work has certainly made a mark.

Keyser became involved in theater during his last two years at Harvard College, appearing in a damned considerable number of theatrical productions. He went on to Harvard Law School, from which he graduated with honors and received offers of employment from prestigious New York City law firms. During law school, however, Keyser's focus started to become more directed towards screen-writing; while there he met future writing partner... the one-and-only Amy Lippman. The kind of marriage that would move the world--or better yet, Hollywood.

Keyser graduated Harvard Law School in 1985, and he and Lippman took off to the Big Apple to try their hands writing for television. In 1988, they moved to Los Angeles; because of their legal backgrounds they wrote teleplays for L.A. Law and Equal Justice. They finally had the honor of writing and producing the hit-show "Sisters" and "Eddie Dodd" from 1991-1996.

They established themselves as a real ace team in the TV business. The two hit big pay-dirt with the enormously successful Party of Five, a prime-time family-oriented soap-opera which was incredibly popular with young teenage girls and young gay men. The show featured the Salingers, a family suddenly orphaned when their parents are killed by a drunken man behind the wheel and the eldest son becomes the head of the family, the eldest daughter wants to write professionally, the youngest daughter is a musical prodigy who sleeps around (all over the house!) and their valiant efforts to keep the family together and the family restaurant business afloat. The show (and the entire family) deals with relationships and friction, romance, school, work, growing-up, life-and-death.

In 1996, the show took home the Golden Globe award for "Best Drama Series." Keyser himself (along with Lipman) were the received the Humanitarias Prize (a mini-glass statuette and $15,000) for the episode "Thanksgiving," where the leads wound up confronting the mysterious drunk driver that was responsible for their parent's deaths. Lacey Chalbert took home some YoungStar Awards. The one and only Neve Campbell (who got her breakout role on the show) has referred to the show as "The most realistic show on television."

Eventually, the show's actors were discovered and big offers came pouring in and eventually the show came to an end. Campbell and Jennifer Love Hewitt went on to do movies, Chalbert currently juggles film and TV, Matthew Fox went onto other hit TV shows.... And the team of Keyser/Lippman are still developing TV programs such as "Significant Others" and Time of Your Life, a spin-off of "Party of Five" starring Love Hewitt's character Sarah leaving San Francico in favor of New York and searching for the biological family she never even knew she had.

Keyser resides in Los Angeles with his wife, who is also an attorney, and their two children.

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