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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

Roger Bowen died at the age of 64 and was born on May 25, 1932.
He is known for his role as Dr. Austin Chaffee in the show The Brian Keith Show.
He is 6' 4" (1.93 m) tall and was born in Attleboro, Massachusetts (USA). Roger Bowen died on February 16, 1996 (Heart Attack)

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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