|General Wooden (Tom Dahlgren) - first appeared in "Runaway Train"
|Mr. Norris (Joseph Dean Vachon) - appeared in "Malpractice"
|Mrs. Norris (Michelle Joyner) - appeared in "Malpractice".
She is the mother of twin boys that played
baby Katy Adderly in the episode "Chimera"
from the TV show "The X Files".
|Judge Webster (Stacy Keach, Sr.) - first appeared in "Malpractice".
He was the father of Stacy Keach and James
Keach and father-in-law of Jane Seymour.
He was the past president of the Rotary Club
and a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He received
a BS from Northwestern University in 1935.
He was the producer/director of NBC Radio's
"Tales of the Texas Rangers" (1950-1952)
and created, produced and directed the western
series "Tales of the Texas Rangers on
radio and TV. Once a drama teacher before
moving to Hollywood in the 40s to direct
at the Pasadena Playhouse, he was a dialogue
coach for Universal in his early film career.
|Gilda St. Clair (Barbara Mandrell) - appeared in "All That Glitters".
She has had duet hits with
performers David Houston
Time" (1970) and "I
Love You, I
Love You" (1974))
and Lee Greenwood
("To Me" (1984)).
Her most famous hit was 1978's "Sleeping
Single in a Double Bed," spending three
weeks at No. 1 on Billboard magazine's country
singles chart. Other No. 1 Billboard hits
included "(If Loving You is Wrong) I
Don't Want to be Right" (1979); "Years"
(1980); "I Was Country When Country
Wasn't Cool" (1981, duet with George
Jones); "'Til You're Gone" (1982);
and "One of a Kind, Pair of Fools"
(1983). In 1998, she retired from singing/performing
to concentrate on an acting career.
|Max Henderson (Fred Applegate) - appeared in "All That Glitters".
Fred grew up in New Jersey, and has always
acted. His career is evenly devided between
TV and Stage, and a couple of movies.
|Teresa Morales (Michelle Bonilla) - first appeared in "Los Americanos"
and played Teresa for the remainder of season
five, but Alex Meneses replaced her in season
|Guillermo Morales (F. J. Rios) - appeared in "Los Americanos".
He was the first character to speak Spanish
in an episode of Star Trek.
|Welland Smith (Alan Brooks) - first appeared in "Last Dance"
|Art McKendrick (Clu Gulager) - appeared in "Last Dance". Father,
John Gulager, was a Broadway actor-vaudevillian
and worked with George M. Cohan. He got his
nickname from his father for the clu-clu
birds who were nesting at the Gulager home
at the time Clu was born. Clu and Miriam
have two sons: John was born in 1958, and
Tom was born in 1965. He started out in experimental
theatre in Paris under the guidance of actor
Jean-Louis Barraultm, then signed with Universal
in the 60s as a contract player and revitalized
his career in the 80s in scores of horror
flicks that took advantage of his ever-growing
wild-eyed, eccentricities. He was in the
Marines, stationed at Camp Pendleton from
1946 to 1948.
|Strong River (Pato Hoffman) - appeared in "Right
|Lucius Slicker (Ray Walston) - appeared in "Remember Me".
Born in New Orleans, Ray Walston started
his acting career as a spear carrier with
a local stock company. When the family moved
to Houston, Walston's father wanted to teach
him the oil business, but Walston instead
joined a traveling repertory company (selling
tickets as well as acting). He went on to
associate with Margo Jones at the Houston
Civic Theater for six years, then spent three
seasons with the Cleveland Playhouse before
arriving in New York in 1945. He has won
a Tony for his performance as the Devil in
Broadway's "Damn Yankees", two
Emmys for television's "Picket Fences",
and become a household name playing the extraterrestrial
Uncle Martin on TV's "My Favorite Martian."
|Elias Burch (Willie Nelson) - first appeared in "Legend".
His character of Billy "Catch"
Pooler in the 1997 movie "Gone Fishin'"
was inspired by a real person, Loren "Totch"
Brown of Chokoloskee, Florida. He was inducted
into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1993.
In addition to being a successful country
singer, he is also a songwriter and wrote
hits for many other singers, including "Crazy"
for Patsy Cline. He was a member of Ray Price's
Cherokee Cowboys during the fifties, and
attended Baylor University for one year.
|Jed Stearate (Julian Neil) - appeared in "Legend"
|Preston A. Lodge, II (Jon Cypher) - appeared in "The Tempest"
|Danforth (Fredrick Coffin) - appeared in "The Dam". He is
the son of actress, Winnie Collins.
|Uncle Teddy (David Ogden Stiers) - appeared in "Farewell Appearance".
David Ogden Stiers began his career in San
Francisco at the Actors' Workshop and went
on to work with John Houseman's Acting Company
in New York on such productions as "The
Beggar's Opera", "Measure for Measure",
"The Hostage" and the hit musical
"The Magic Show". His other theatre
work includes performances with the Committee
Revue and Theatre, the California Shakespeare
Festival (where he played leads in the classics)
and at the Pasadena Playhouse in "Love
Letters" with Meredith Baxter. In addition
to his long-running role in "M*A*S*H,"
Stiers' work on television also includes
the mini-series "North and South",
Parts I and II; "First Modern Olympics"
and roles in such productions as "Anatomy
of an Illness", "The Bad Seed",
"Hoover", "The Final Days",
"Father Damien" and "Mrs.
Delafield Wants to Marry".
|Rose (Stephanie Niznik) - appeared in "The Most Fatal Disease"
Schneider) - first appeared in "Between
Friends". John Richard Schneider was born April
8, 1960 in Mt. Kisco, New York. His parents divorced
when he was two. John began acting at the age of eight
and was in many plays in New York. He and his mother
moved to Atlanta, Georgia, when he was fourteen. He
got involved in the local theater and was in many local
productions. He had a small part in Smokey and the Bandit
(1977) starring Burt Reynolds. His
big break came when he won the role of Bo Duke on "The
Dukes of Hazzard" (1979) on CBS from 1979-1985.
He auditioned for the role pretending he was a genuine
country boy. He had a week's growth of beard and held
a beer can claiming he was from Snellville, Georgia.
He later became a very successful country singer and
had several hit songs including "I've Been Around
Enough To Know" and "Country Girls".
He has since opened Faith Works Productions in San Antonio,
Texas, and his most recent role is that of Jonathan
Kent in the hit TV series, Smallville.
|Brent Currier (James Keach) - appeared in "Hostage". His
ex-wife, Holly Collins, is Judy Collin's
sister. He is the son of Stacy Keach Sr.,
brother of Stacy Keach, father of Kalen Keach,
and husband to Jane Seymour, whom he met
on the set of Sunstroke (1992). Together,
they have six children, including twin boys,
John Stacy and Kristopher Steven (1995).
|Houston Currier (David Carradine) - appeared in "Hostage". Carradine
is the eldest son of the legendary character
actor John Carradine, and now presides over
an acting family that includes brothers Keith
Carradine, Robert Carradine and 'Michael
Bowen' as well as his daughter Kansas Carradine
and nieces Ever Carradine and Martha Plimpton. He was born in Hollywood and educated at
San Francisco State College where he studied
music theory and composition. It was while
writing music for the Drama Department's
annual revues that he discovered his own
passion for the stage, joining a Shakespearian
repertory company and learning his craft
on his feet. After a two-year stint in the
Army, he found work in New York as a commercial
artist and later found fame on Broadway in
'The Deputy' and 'The Royal Hunt of The Sun'
opposite Christopher Plummer. With that experience
he returned to Hollywood, landing the short-lived
TV series "Shane" (1966) before
being tapped to star opposite Barbara Hershey
in Martin Scorsese's first Hollywood film,
Boxcar Bertha (1972). The iconic "Kung
Fu" (1972) followed, catapulting Carradine
to superstardom for the next three years,
until he left the series to pursue his film
|Walt Whitman (Donald Moffat) - appeared in "The Body Electric".
He was born in Plymouth, Devon, England in
|Samantha Bing (Holli Coleman) - appeared in "Before
|Walks in the Night (Michael Greyeyes) - first appeared in "Moment of Truth".
He completed his Master's Degree in Fine
Arts at the School of Theatre and Dance at
Kent State University and graduated at the
top of his class in May 2003. He is a graduate
of The National Ballet School in 1984, he
went on to apprentice with The National Ballet
of Canada before joining the company as a
full Corps de Ballet member in 1987. After
three years, he left the National Ballet
to join the company of choreographer Eliot
Feld in New York City. He retired from dancing
in 1994. He is Plains Cree. His father is
from the Muskeg Lake First Nation and his
mother is from the Sweetgrass First Nation,
both located in Saskatchewan, Canada.
|Sargeant Terrancy McKay (David Beecroft) - first appeared in "Moment of Truth".
He is the brother of Greg Beecroft, and married
to Leslie Greer. Together, they have one