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Myron Healey

Myron HealeyAKA Myron Daniel Healey

Born: 8-Jun-1923
Birthplace: Petaluma, CA
Died: 21-Dec-2005
Location of death: Burbank, CA
Cause of death: Respiratory failure

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Prolific actor in Westerns

Military service: US Army Air Corps (WWII)

Wife: Dorothy Ann Pemberton (m. 1943, div. 1948, one child)
Wife: Elizabeth Mary D'Erric (m. 1966, div. 1966, one daughter)
Daughter: Mikel
Wife: Adair Jameson (m. 1971, div. 1972)

    Little Giants (14-Oct-1994)
    Pulse (4-Mar-1988)
    Ghost Fever (27-Mar-1987)
    V (1-May-1983)
    The Other Side of the Mountain Part II (10-Feb-1978) · Doctor in Bishop
    The Incredible Melting Man (Dec-1977) · Gen. Perry
    Which Way to the Front? (Jul-1970)
    The Cheyenne Social Club (12-Jun-1970)
    The Over-the-Hill Gang (7-Oct-1969)
    Journey to Shiloh (3-Jun-1968) · Sheriff Briggs
    He Rides Tall (26-Feb-1964)
    Cavalry Command (1-Dec-1963) · Lt. Worth
    Convicts 4 (15-Sep-1962) · Gunther
    Apache Territory (1-Sep-1958) · Webb
    Quantrill's Raiders (27-Apr-1958) · Jarrett
    Cole Younger, Gunfighter (30-Mar-1958) · Phil and Charlie Bennett
    Escape from Red Rock (Dec-1957)
    The Unearthly (28-Jun-1957)
    Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend (4-May-1957) · Rafe Sanders
    The Restless Breed (May-1957)
    Calling Homicide (30-Sep-1956)
    The Young Guns (12-Sep-1956) · Deputy Nix
    Dig That Uranium (25-Dec-1955) · Joe Hody
    Count Three and Pray (Oct-1955) · Floyd Miller
    Tennessee's Partner (21-Sep-1955) · Reynolds
    The Man from Bitter Ridge (12-Apr-1955)
    Jungle Moon Men (Apr-1955)
    Rage at Dawn (26-Mar-1955)
    Cattle Queen of Montana (Nov-1954)
    Rails Into Laramie (14-Apr-1954) · Con Winton
    Saginaw Trail (20-Sep-1953) · Miller Webb
    White Lightning (8-Mar-1953)
    Kansas Pacific (22-Feb-1953) · Morey
    Monsoon (Nov-1952)
    Apache War Smoke (25-Sep-1952) · Pike Curtis
    Fargo (7-Sep-1952)
    The Kid from Broken Gun (19-Aug-1952) · Kiefer
    Fort Osage (10-Feb-1952)
    The Longhorn (25-Nov-1951)
    The Big Night (13-Nov-1951) · Kennealy
    Elephant Stampede (28-Oct-1951) · Joe Collins
    Journey Into Light (28-Sep-1951)
    Hi-Jacked (7-Jul-1950)

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