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Craig Curtis (I)

Actor | Miscellaneous Crew
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KNOWN FOR 
General Hospital (1963) | Death Wish 4: The Crackdown (1987) | The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (1972)
AGE RANGE *
Performs ages 58-70
GUILDS *
AEA | SAG-AFTRA
HAIR *
Blond(e) (Short)
EYES *
Blue
WEIGHT *
145 lbs
PHYSIQUE *
Average
WORK HISTORY *
Voice Over | Film | Theater | Commercial | Industrial | Television  Less
CITIZENSHIP *
United States (without valid passport) (Authorized to work in United States)
UNPAID WORK *
Not willing to work unpaid
VANITY URL *
http://www.imdb.me/craigcurtis
* Starred info submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume (has not been verified by IMDb).

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Past Film & Video (8 titles)YEARBUDGETU.S. GROSS
Past Television (23 titles)YEAREPISODE COUNT
  • Primary photo for The Fall GuyThe Fall Guy (TV Series) Fingerman (1 episode, 1983)  Less 1983 1
  • Primary photo for Emergency!Emergency! (TV Series) Driver of Overturned Truck (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1973 1
    • An English Visitor (Oct 13, 1973) Driver of Overturned Truck (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for O'Hara, U.S. TreasuryO'Hara, U.S. Treasury (TV Series) Actor (1 episode, 1972)  Less 1972 1
  • Primary photo for Adam-12Adam-12 (TV Series) Gerald Rogers / Frank Spohr (2 episodes, 1968–1970)  Less 1968–1970 2
  • Primary photo for GunsmokeGunsmoke (TV Series) Sonny (1 episode, 1968)  Less 1968 1
  • Primary photo for My Favorite MartianMy Favorite Martian (TV Series) Arnold O'Reilly (1 episode, 1966)  Less 1966 1
  • Primary photo for Combat!Combat! (TV Series) Pvt. Beecher (1 episode, 1966)  Less 1966 1
  • Primary photo for HankHank (TV Series) Randall (1 episode, 1965)  Less 1965 1
  • Primary photo for BonanzaBonanza (TV Series) Sport / Tully (2 episodes, 1962–1965)  Less 1962–1965 2
  • Primary photo for Paradise BayParadise Bay (TV Series) Chuck Lucas  Less 1965– 
  • Primary photo for Stoney BurkeStoney Burke (TV Series) Tommy (1 episode, 1963)  Less 1963 1
  • Primary photo for The Twilight ZoneThe Twilight Zone (TV Series) Sailor (1 episode, 1963)  Less 1963 1
  • Primary photo for General HospitalGeneral Hospital (TV Series) Eddie Weeks (1 episode, 1963)  Less 1963 1
    • Episode #1.1 (Apr 1, 1963) Eddie Weeks (credit only)  Less
  • Primary photo for Saints and SinnersSaints and Sinners (TV Series) Chickie Riordan (1 episode, 1962)  Less 1962 1
  • Primary photo for The Alfred Hitchcock HourThe Alfred Hitchcock Hour (TV Series) The Young Man (1 episode, 1962)  Less 1962 1
    • Bonfire (Dec 13, 1962) The Young Man  Less
  • Primary photo for Alfred Hitchcock PresentsAlfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series) Rook (1 episode, 1962)  Less 1962 1
  • Primary photo for The Clear HorizonThe Clear Horizon (TV Series) Greg Selby  Less 1960–1962
  • Primary photo for My Three SonsMy Three Sons (TV Series) Charlie Williams (1 episode, 1961)  Less 1961 1
  • Primary photo for OutlawsOutlaws (TV Series) Ben (1 episode, 1961)  Less 1961 1
  • Primary photo for RipcordRipcord (TV Series) Gordon Cox (1 episode, 1961)  Less 1961 1
  • Primary photo for TateTate (TV Series) Matty (1 episode, 1960)  Less 1960 1
  • Primary photo for Bourbon Street BeatBourbon Street Beat (TV Series) Ben Smith (1 episode, 1960)  Less 1960 1
  • Primary photo for 77 Sunset Strip77 Sunset Strip (TV Series) Joey (1 episode, 1960)  Less 1960 1

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Additional Credits (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)

FilmCOMPANY/DIRECTOR
  • Delirium * – Dr. Montgomery Kevin Castro/Castro Films
  • Sunrise at Campobello * – Newsboy - uncredited Vincent Donahue/Warner
  • Passing Through * – Lead Bob Wilson Jr./Wilson Prod.
  • A Time for Killing, a/k/a The Long Ride Home - Harry Dean Stanton * – Bagnef Phil Karlson/Columbia
  • Never Love a Stranger - Steve McQueen * – a punk - uncredited Robert Stevens
  • The New Interns - George Segal * – Mac John Rich/Columbia
  • Death Wish 4: The Crackdown - Charles Bronson * – White's Chauffer J. Lee Thompson/Cannon
  • 13 West Street - Alan Ladd * – young man - uncredited Philip Leacock/Columbia
  • The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid - Robert Duval, Cliff Robertson * – Chadwell Philip Kaufman/Universal
TelevisionCOMPANY/DIRECTOR
  • Bonanza, Gallagher's Sons * – Tully NBC
  • Adam 12, Log 91, You're Not the First Guy's Had the Problem * – Frank Spohr Alan Crosland, Jr., NBC
  • Adam 12, Log 124, Airport * – Gerald Rogers Alan Crosland, Jr./ NBC
  • Bonanza, The Reluctant Rebel * – Sport NBC
  • Emergency! An English Visitor * – Nick Alan Crosland, Jr./NBC
  • Gunsmoke, Deadman Law * – Sonny Gunner Helstrom/CBS
  • Tate, The Reckoning * – Matty NBC
  • Outlaws, The Little Colonel * – Ben NBC
  • Ripcord, Airborne * – Gordon Cox Syndicated ZIV
  • My Favorite Martian, Horse and Buggy Martin * – Arnold O'Reilly CBS
  • Hank, My Fair Co-ed * – Randall NBC
  • My Three Sons, The Ugly Duckling * – Charlie Willard ABC
  • The Fall Guy, Eight Ball * – Fingerman ABC
  • General Hospital * – Eddie Weeks, original cast - regular lead role - 2 years James Young/ABC
  • The Clear Horizon * – Greg Selby - original cast - regular lead role - 1 year Hal Cooper/Joe Behar/CBS
  • Paradise Bay * – re-occurring series regular - Chuck Lucas Dick Darley
  • The Young Marrieds * – re-occurring series regular Dick Dunn/ABC
  • 77 Sunset Strip, Stranger Than Fiction * – Joey ABC
  • Bourbon Street Beat, Deadly Persuasion * – Ben Smith ABC
  • The Twilight Zone, The New Exhibit * – Sailor CBS
  • Family Medical Center * – guest star Ralph Edwards
  • The Legend of Jesse James * – re-occurring role Christopher Jones Series/Don Siegel/20th Century Fox
  • Saints and Sinners, A Taste of Evil * – Chickie Riordan Nick Adams series/NBC
  • Stoney Burke, Kincaid, Dick Clark - pilot * – Tommy Jack Lord series/Leonard Horn/ABC
  • O'Hara/U.S. Treasury - David Janssen * – Operation Mr. Felix - prize fighter Alan Crosland, Jr.
  • Deadline / NYC * – killer - guest lead Don Richardson
  • Armstrong Circle Theatre / NYC * – punk, killer Caro Jones Casting/live
  • Tallahasse 7000 / NYC * – cop killer - lead role Walter Matthau series
  • The Verdict Is Yours / NYC * – re-occurring lead role LIam Dunn/CBS live
  • Alfred Hitchcock Presents-The Woman Who Wanted To Live - Charles Bronson * – Rook Alan Crosland, Jr./NBC
  • True Story / NYC - Martin Balsam * – French exchange student Wes Kenny/live
  • Combat! Ask Me No Questions - Vic Morrow * – Pvt. Beecher Alan Crosland, Jr./ABC
  • Peyton Place - Ryan O'Neal, Micky Dolenz * – re-occurring role Walter Doniger/Ted Post-20th Century Fox
TheaterCOMPANY/DIRECTOR
  • Sunrise at Campobello * – James Roosevelt National Company/Vincent Donehue
  • Twelve Angry Men * – Juror #5 Rita Hayworth Theatre/Walter Koenig
  • The Night of Broken Glass * – Inspector Marquette World Premier/Jay Kacin
  • The Goddess * – Young Man NYC Actors Studio Project / Andreas Voutsinas

Prior Job Titles (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)

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Additional Resume Info (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)

UPLOADED RESUME
  • * EARLY LIFE

    Curtis was first introduced to show business as a 14-year-old runaway with the circus. He traveled throughout the country by train as a roustabout with Ringling Brothers, Clyde Beatty and Rudy Brothers circuses. His initial experience as an actor was ‘spider boy’ in a side show. Circus life was rough for roustabouts and laborers, especially for a young kid, so he practiced with a bull whip daily, and took on a tough-guy attitude, that later prepared him for ‘bad-boy’ actor roles. He next traveled the race track circuit and worked with thoroughbred horses. He already had an affinity for horses, having learned to ride bareback growing up in the Adirondack Mountains. Curtis then moved to New York City, where he modeled for a major modeling agency, which booked him for commercials and photographic assignments, portraying him as a young all-American teenager.

    While in New York City, Curtis sold his life story about his circus and race track experiences to help pay his way through New York acting schools. He studied with Herbert Berghoff, Lee Strasberg [private class], the Neighborhood Playhouse, Mary Welsh, John Stix and Don Richardson. Later, he moved to Hollywood, California, and studied acting with Robert Gist, Charles Conrad, Eric Morris, Nick Colosanto, Alfred Ryder and Stella Adler.

* Starred info submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume (has not been verified by IMDb).
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