Wednesday, January 4, 2012

50 Still Living Actors Age 80 and Older Part 3

Here are more actors still alive at age 80 or older as of January 2012. I’ve fudged a bit and included a few game show hosts, as long as they have at least a tiny bit of acting experience.

Previous lists: 

1.      Michael Ansara (b. 1922): Cochice in Broken Arrow, Kang in various Star Trek shows, Kane in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Victor Fries in Batman: The Animated Series
2.      John Astin (b. 1930): Gomez Addams in the Addams Family
3.      Bob Barker (b. 1923): while mainly known as a game show host (The Price is Right, Truth or Consequences), has done some acting e.g. Ben on Something So Right
4.      Sid Caesar (b. 1922): lead in Your Show of Shows, Coach Calhoun in Grease I-II
5.      Pat Carroll (b. 1927): Bunny Halper in Make Room for Daddy, Esther Hall ibn Legends of the Superheroes, Ursula in The Little Mermaid
6.      Dominic Chianese (b. 1931): Johnny Ola in The Godfather Part II, Corrado Soprano in The Sopranos
7.      Bernard Cribbins (b. 1928): Carlton Towers in 1967 Casino Royale, Wilfrid Mott in 2000s Doctor Who series
8.      Bill Dana (b. 1924): Jose Jimenez in The Bill Dana Show, Jonathan Levinson Siegle in the Nude Bomb (Get Smart movie)
9.      Angie Dickinson (b. 1931): Suzanne Anderson in Police Woman
10.  Charles Durning (b. 1923): Doc Hopper in The Muppet Movie, Waring Hudsucker in The Hudsucker Proxy
11.  Robert Duvall (b. 1931): Frank Burns in the movie MASH, Tom Hagen in The Godfather I-II
12.  Zsa Zsa Gabor (b. 1917): Huston in 1952 Moulin Rouge, Minerva in Batman TV series
13.  David Graham (b. 1930): various Doctor Who characters (e.g. one of the original Dalek voices), Parker etc. in Thunderbirds
14.  Monty Hall (b. 1921): While mainly known as MC of Let’s Make a Deal, guest acted in various 1970s shows
15.  Pat Harrington Jr. (b. 1929): Dwayne F. Schneider in One Day at a Time, the Inspector in the Inspector cartoons that appeared on The Pink Panther Show
16.  David Hedison (b. 1927): Felix Leiter in Live and Let Die plus Licence to Kill
17.  Jack Hedley (b. 1930): Sir Timothy Havelock and his parrot in For Your Eyes Only
18.  Buck Henry (b. 1930): Lt. Colonel Korn in Catch-22, Charles Lindbergh/Howard/etc.  n Saturday Night Live
19.  Gloria Henry (b. 1923): Alice Mitchell in Dennis the Menace
20.  Geoffrey Holder (b. 1930): Baron Samedi in Live and Let Die, Punjab in Annie
21.  Hal Holbrook (b. 1925) Deep Throat in All the President’s Men, Evan Evans in Evening Shade
22.  Ian Holm (b. 1931): Ash in Alien, Sam Musabini in Chariots of Fire. Vito Cornelius in The Fifth Element, Bilbo Baggins in the Lord of the Rings series
23.  Louis Jourdan (b. 1921): Kamal Khan in Octopussy
24.  Bert Kwouk (b. 1930): Cato in the first Pink Panther movie series, Mr. Ling in Goldfinger
25.  Robert Loggia (b. 1930): Elfego Baga in Disneyland, Frank Lopez in Scarface, MacMillan in Big
26.  Herbert Lom (b. 1917): Charles Dreyfus in the original Pink Panther movie series
27.  Michael Lonsdale (b. 1931): Sir Hugo Draz in Moonraker
28.  Peter Marshall (b. 1926): Hollywood Squares host; various guest roles in the 1970s-1980s
29.  Alec McCowen (b. 1925): Q/Algy in Never Say Never Again
30.  Rita Moreno (b. 1931): Anita in West Side Story, Millie the Helper/Pandora/Otto etc. in The Electric Company, Peter Marie Reimondo in Oz
31.  Tim O’Connor (b. 1927): Elias Huer in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
32.  Geoffrey Palmer (b. 1927): Judge in A Fish Called Wanda, Admiral Roebuck in Tomorrow Never Dies
33.  Christopher Plummer (b. 1929): Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, General Chang in Star Trek VI – The Undiscovered Territory, Abraham Van Helsing in Dracula 2000
34.  Della Reese (b. 1931): Della Rogers in Chico and the Man, Tess in Touched by an Angel
35.  Joe Robinson (b. 1927): Peter Franks in Diamonds are Forever
36.  Mickey Rooney (b. 1920): Andy Hardy in various films, Henry Dailey in Tehe Adventures of the Black Stallion
37.  Barbara Rush (b. 1927): Nova Clavicle in 1960s Batman, Marsha Russell in Peyton Place, Eudora Weldon in Flamingo Road
38.  William Russell (b. 1924): Sir Lancelot in The Adventures of Sir Lancelot, Ian Chesterton in the earliest Doctor Who episodes
39.  Eva Marie Saint (b. 1924): Wilma Deering in 1950s Buck Rogers, Edie Doyle in On the Waterfront, Martha Kent in Superman Returns
40.  Lou Scheimer  (b. 1928): N’kima in Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle; Bat-Mite etc. on The New Adventures of Batman; Orko etc. on He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
41.  Henry Silva (b. 1928): Chunjin in the Manchurian Candidate (1961). Influence in Dick Tracy, Bane in Batman: The Animated Series
42.  Harry Dean Stanton (b. 1926): Brett in Alien, Bud in Repo Man, Saul/Paul of Tarsus in The Last Temptation of Christ
43.  Malachi Thorne (b. 1928): The Keeper in Star Trek pilot The Cage, False Face in 1960s Batman, Prime Minister Malachi in Babylon 5
44.  Rip Torn (b. 1931): Nathan Bryce in The Man Who Fell to Earth, Artie on The Larry Sanders Show
45.  Dick Van Patten (b. 1928): Tom Bradford in Eight is Enough
46.  Max von Sydow (b. 1929): Antonius Block in The Seventh Seal, Jesus in The Greatest Story Ever Told, Father Merrin in The Exorcist, Ming the Merciless in Flash Gordon, Ernst Stavro  Blofeld in Never Say Never Again
47.  Eli Wallach (b. 1915): Tucon in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 3rd Mr. Freeze in the 1960’s Batman series
48.  Douglas Wilmer (b. 1920): Sherlock Holmes in the Sherlock Holmes TV series, Sir Denis Nayland Smith in two Fu Manchu movies, Jim Fanning in Octopussy
49.  Peter Wyngarde (b. 1928): Jason King in Department S and Jason King, Klytus in Flash Gordon
50.  Alan Young (b. 1919): Wilbur Post in Mister Ed, Scrooge McDuck in various Disney films/shows

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