Roger Bowen

Mostly Credited As: Roger Bowen
Birth Name: Roger Bowen
Date Of Birth: May 25, 1932 (Age 63)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Attleboro, Massachusetts
Date Of Death: February 16, 1996
Cause Of Death: Heart Attack
Height: 6' 4" (1.93 m)

Roger Bowen

TV Appearances

Main cast 
At Ease (1983)As: Col. Clapp
The Brian Keith Show (1972)As: Dr. Austin Chaffee (S02)
Arnie (1970)As: Hamilton Majors Jr.
Episode Cast Credits 

Little House on the Prairie (1974) (1974) 
  Wave of the Future 08x10: (Dec/07/1981) As Advertising Man 
  Little Women 03x14: (Jan/24/1977) As Samuel Mason 

The Ropers (1979) 
  Friends and Neighbors 01x02: (Mar/20/1979) As James 

Alice (1976) (1976) 
  The Fourth Time Around 03x15: (Jan/21/1979) As (unknown) 

What's Happening!! (1976) 
  Charge 03x07: (Nov/23/1978) As Robert Glover 

Charlie's Angels (1976) (1976) 
  Haunted Angels 03x07: (Oct/25/1978) As Reverend Green 

All in the Family (1971) 
  Archie and the KKK (1) 08x10: (Nov/27/1977) As Mitch 

Quincy, M.E. (1976) 
  A Dead Man's Truth 03x03: (Sep/30/1977) As Bar Owner 
  Who's Who in Neverland? 01x02: (Oct/10/1976) As Babitch (final credit with "AND") 

The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (1977) 
  Wipe Out 01x11: (Apr/24/1977) As Mr Engals 

Barney Miller (1975) 
  The Arsonist 02x06: (Oct/16/1975) As Lindquist 

Emergency! (1972) 
  The Inspection 05x05: (Oct/11/1975) As Felix Schell 

Temperatures Rising (1972) 
  Gorilla My Dreams 01x26: (Mar/27/1973) As Dr. Lippincott 

The Paul Lynde Show (1972) 
  Out of Bounds 01x20: (Jan/31/1973) As Sam Perkins 

Nanny and the Professor (1970) 
  Nanny and the Smoke-Filled Room 01x15: (Apr/29/1970) As Joe Walters 

Bracken's World (1969) 
  Don't You Cry for Susannah 01x04: (Oct/10/1969) As Chris, [Co-Guest Stars]
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Roger Bowen is doubtless best remembered for his portrayal of hapless Lieutenant Colonel Henry Blake in Robert Altman's 1970 film M*A*S*H. He died just one day after McLean Stevenson, who picked up the role when the film was adapted for television in 1972.

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