Saturday, February 14, 2015

Updated List of Actors 80 Plus Who are Still Alive Part 1

For part 1 I’m consolidating my previous list and pruning those who have passed on. Part 2 will be new additions.

Originally 175 names (3 posts of 50 names, 1 of 25, 2 inadvertent duplicates). 133 names left, so the vast majority of them are still around

UPDATE August 2015: Deleted 14 names, folded in 98 names from two subsequent posts of 50 each, leaving 216

1.     Richard Anderson (b. 1928): Oscar Goldman on The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman
2.     Jack Angel (b. 1930): Hawkman/Flash/Samurai in Super Friends cartoons, King Zarkon in Volton: Defender of the Universe, Wet Suit in GI Joe, Ultra Magnus in Transformers
3.     Alan Arkin (b. 1934):  John Yossarian in Catch-22; Lester Siegel in Argo
4.     Edward Asner (b. 1929): Lou Grant on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Lou Grant
5.     John Astin (b. 1930): Gomez Addams in the Addams Family
6.     Carroll Baker (b. 1931): Baby Doll Meighan in Baby Doll; Veronica in The Greatest Story Ever Told
7.     Kenny Baker (b. 1934): R2-D2 in Star Wars movies
8.     Tom Baker (b. 1934): The Doctor on Doctor Who
9.     Brigette Bardot (b. 1934): Juliete Hardy in And God Created Woman; Babette in Babette Goes to War
10.  Honor Blackman (b. 1928): Cathy Gale in The Avengers, Pussy Galore in Goldfinge
11.  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
12.  Barbara Barrie (b. 1931): Elizabeth Miller on Barney Miller, Helen Keane on Suddenly Susan
13.  Terence Bayler (b. 1930) MacDuff in the 1971 Tragedy of Macbeth
14.  Len Birman (b. 1932): Rocket Robin Hood on Rocket Robin Hood; Simon Mills in first Captain America TV movie
15.  Claire Bloom (b. 1931): Hera in Clash of the Titans
16.  John Bluthal (b. 1929): Professor Pacoli in The Fifth Element; Karl Harris in Dark City
17.  Pat Boone (b. 1934): best known as singer, has also acted, e.g. Angel at the Tomb in The Greatest Story Ever Told
18.  Stan Boreson (b. 1925): host of King’s Klubhouse
19.  Wilford Brimley (b. 1934): Ben Luckett in Cocoon; Harold Smith in Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins; Gus Witherspoon on Our House
20.  Conrad Brooks (b. 1931): regular in Ed Wood films including Patrolman Jamie in Plan 9 from Outer Space
21.  Martin Brooks (b. 1925): second Dr. Rudy Wells on The Six Million Dollar Man
22.  Pat Crawford Brown (b. 1929): Ida Greenberg on Desperate Housewives
23.  Carol Burnett (b. 1933): various roles on The Carol Burnett Show
24.  Ellen Burstyn (b. 1932): Ellen Brewer on The Ellen Burstyn Show; Barbara Bush in W
25.  Edd Byrnes (b. 1933): Kookie on 77 Sunset Strip
26.  Michael Caine (b. 1933): Harry Palmer in The Ipcress File, etc; Wilbur Larch in The Cider House Rules; Alfred Pennyworth in Batman Begins, etc
27.  Joseph Campanella (b. 1927): Curt Connors in the 1990s Spider-Man cartoon series
28.  Leslie Caron (b. 1931) Gigi in Gigi
29.  Pat Carroll (b. 1927): Bunny Halper in Make Room for Daddy, Esther Hall ibn Legends of the Superheroes, Ursula in The Little Mermaid
30.  Fidel Castro (b. 1926): best known as President of Cuba, has had bit parts in movies e.g. Holiday in Mexico
31.  George Chakiris (b. 1934): Professor Peterson on Superboy
32.  Richard Chamberlain (b. 1934): James Kildare on Dr. Kildaire; John Blackthorne on Shogun; Allan Quatermain in Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold
33.  Carol Channing (b. 1921): Carol Honeycutt on The Carol Channing Show; Muzzy Van Hossmere in Thoroughly Modern Millie
34.  Maria Charles (b. 1929): Mrs. Reaper in Hot Fuzz
35.  William Christopher (b. 1932): Francis Mulcahy on MASH
36.  Dominic Chianese (b. 1931): Johnny Ola in The Godfather Part II, Corrado Soprano in The Sopranos
37.  Roy Clark (b. 1933): fictionalized version of self on Hee Haw, Cousin Roy on Beverly Hillbillies
38.  Phyllis Coates (b. 1927): First Lois Lane on The Adventures of Superman
39.  Bill Cobbs (b. 1934): Elmer Greentree on The Others; Reginald in Night at the Museum
40.  Dabney Coleman (b. 1932): Merle Jeeter on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman; Joseph Prang ion Young Doctors in Love; Bill Bittinger on Buffalo Bill
41.  Joan Collins (b. 1933): Alexis Colby on Dynasty
42.  Sean Connery (b. 1930): First big screen/1960s James Bond
43.  Tim Conway (b. 1933): Charles Parker on McHale’s Navy; various roles in The Carol Burnett Show
44.  Irwin Corey (b. 1914) Judge Gabriel in Stuck on You
45.  Roger Corman (b. 1926); best known as a Director/Producer; has also acted e.g. Antonio Sordi in Blood Bath
46.  Adrienne Corri (b. 1930): Mrs. Alexander in A Clockwork Orange
47.  Bernard Cribbins (b. 1928): Carlton Towers in 1967 Casino Royale, Wilfrid Mott in 2000s Doctor Who series
48.  Jon Cypher (b. 1932): Chief Fletcher on Hill Street Blues, Marcus C. Craig on Major Dad, Spellbinder on Batman Beyond
49.  Bill Dana (b. 1924): Jose Jimenez in The Bill Dana Show, Jonathan Levinson Siegle in the Nude Bomb (Get Smart movie)
50.  William Daniels (b. 1927): Mark Craig on St. Elsewhere, KITT on Knight Rider
51.  Doris Day (b. 1924): 1950s actress e.g. Calamity Jane in Calamity Jane
52.  Judi Dench (b. 1934): M in 1990s-2010s James Bond movies; Jean Hardcastle on As Time Goes By
53.  Angie Dickinson (b. 1931): Suzanne Anderson in Police Woman
54.  Paul Dooley (b. 1928): Wimpy in Popeye; John Shirley on Grace Under Fire
55.  Kirk Douglas (b. 1916): 1950s-70s movie star (Spartacus, etc)
56.  Olympia Dukakis (b. 1931): Clairee Belcher in Steel Magnolias; Anna Madrigal on the three Tales of the City mini-series
57.  Donnie Dunagan (b. 1934): Young Bambi in Bambi
58.  Johnny Duncan (b. 1923): Dick Grayson in the serial Batman and Robin
59.  Robert Duvall (b. 1931): Frank Burns in the movie MASH, Tom Hagen in Godfather I-II
60.  Clint Eastwood (b. 1930): The Man with No Name in the Dollars Trilogy, Harry Callahan in the Dirty Harry movies
61.  Barbara Eden (b. 1931) Jeannie on I Dream of Jeannie, Stella Johnson on Harper Valley PTA
62.  Al Fann (b. 1925): Swarm on Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, Alvin Burke on He’s the Mayor, Will Stratton on Bodies of Evidence
63.  Jamie Farr (b. 1934): Maxwell Q. Klinger on MASH, Sheik in Cannonball Run I-II
64.  Gabriele Ferzetti (b. 1925): Marc-Ange Draco on On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
65.  Louise Fletcher (b. 1934): Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
66.  June Foray (b. 1917): The second Granny in Tweety & Sylvester cartoons, Rocket J. Squirrel in The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show
67.  Don Francks (b. 1932): Walter on Nikita
68.  Zsa Zsa Gabor (b. 1917): Huston in 1952 Moulin Rouge, Minerva in Batman TV series
69.  Clu Gulager (b. 1928): Burt in The Return of the Living Dead; Bartender in the Feast movies
70.  Richard Gautier (b. 1931): Hymie the Robot on Get Smart
71.  George Gaynes (b. 1917): Eric Lassard in the Police Academy movies
72.  Eunice Gayson (b. 1928): Sylvia Trench in the first two James Bond films
73.  David Graham (b. 1930): various Doctor Who characters (e.g. one of the original Dalek voices), Parker etc. in Thunderbirds
74.  Lee Grant (b. 1925): Stella Chernak on Peyton Place
75.  Lorna Gray (b. 1917): Gail Richards in the Captain America serial
76.  Joel Grey (b. 1932): Chiun in Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins; Lemuel Idzik on Oz
77.  Robert Guillaume (b. 1927): Benson Du Bois on Soap and Benson, Isaac Jaffe on Sports Night
78.  Gene Hackman (b. 1930): Buck Barrow in Bonnie and Clyde, Popeye Doyle in the French Connection I-II, Lex Luthor in Superman I-II/IV
79.  Barbara Hale (b. 1922): Della Street on Perry Mason
80.  Monty Hall (b. 1921): While mainly known as MC of Let’s Make a Deal, guest acted in various 1970s shows
81.  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
82.  Rosemary Harris (b. 1927): May Parker in the first Spider-Man movie series
83.  Rolf Harris (b. 1930): best known as singer but has acted e.g. Narrator on Olive the Ostrich
84.  Jonathan Haze (b. 1929): Seymour Krelboyne in The Little Shop of Horrors
85.  David Hedison (b. 1927): Felix Leiter in Live and Let Die plus Licence to Kill
86.  Jack Hedley (b. 1930): Sir Timothy Havelock and his parrot in For Your Eyes Only
87.  Tippi Hedren (b. 1930): Melanie Daniels in The Birds
88.  Hugh Hefner (b. 1926) Magazine mogul, has played himself in many movies
89.  Katherine Helmond (b. 1928): Jessica Tate on Soap, Mona Riobinson on Who’s the Boss?, Doris Sherman on Coach
90.  Florence Henderson (b. 1934): Carol Brady on The Brady Bunch
91.  Buck Henry (b. 1930): Lt. Colonel Korn in Catch-22, Charles Lindbergh/Howard/etc.  on Saturday Night Live
92.  Gloria Henry (b. 1923): Alice Mitchell in Dennis the Menace
93.  Richard Herd (b. 1932): Dennis Sheridan on TJ Hooker; Walt in Planes, Trains & Automobiles
94.  John Hillerman (b. 1932): Higgins on Magnum PI
95.  Patricia Hitchcock (b. 1928): Caroline in Psycho
96.  Hal Holbrook (b. 1925) Deep Throat in All the President’s Men, Evan Evans in Evening Shade
97.  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
98.  James Hong (b. 1929): Hannibal Chew in Blade Runner, David Lo Pan in Big Trouble in Little China, Mr. Ping in the Kung Fu Panda series
99.  Barry Humphries (b. 1934): Dame Edna Everage in various talk shows
100.  Michael Jackson (b. 1934): not to be confused with the singer; Ganthet in two animated Green Lantern movies; Alfred Pennyworth in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1-2
101.  Clifton James (b. 1921): J.W. Pepper in the first two Roger Moore James Bond films
102.  Conrad Janis (b. 1928): Fred McConnell on Mork & Mindy
103.  Arte Johnson (b. 1929): German Soldier on Laugh-In
104.  James Earle Jones (b. 1931): Darth Vader (voice) in original Star Wars trilogy, Thulsa Doom in Conan the Barbarian
105.  Shirley Jones (b. 1934): Shirley Renfrew Partridge on The Partridge Family
106.  Jackie Joseph (b. 1933): Audrey Fulquard in The Little Shop of Horrors
107.  Marvin Kaplan (b. 1927): Alfred Prinzmetal on Meet Millie, Choo Choo on Top Cat, UIrwin in It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World, Henry on Alice
108.  James Karen (b. 1923): 1980s movies including Return of the Living Dead (I) and Part II
109.  George Kennedy (b. 1925): Joe Patroni in the Airport movies, Ed Hocken in the Naked Gun movies
110.  David Ketchum (b. 1928): Agent 13 on Get Smart
111.  Bernie Kopell (b. 1933) Siegfried on Get Smart, Adam Bricker on Love Boat
112.  Bert Kwouk (b. 1930): Cato in the first Pink Panther movie series, Mr. Ling in Goldfinger
113.  Jake LaMotta (1921): best known as boxer but various acting role, e.g. Rocco in Confessions of a Psycho Cat
114.  Martin Landau (b. 1928): John Koenig on Space: 1999
115.  Angela Lansbury (b. 1925): Jessica Fletcher on Murder She Wrote
116.  Jack Larson (b. 1928): Jimmy Olsen in The Adventures of Superman
117.  Piper Laurie (b. 1932): Aunt Em in Return to Oz, Catherine Martell on Twin Peaks
118.  Cloris Leachman (b. 1926): Phyllis Lindstrom on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Phyllis
119.  Norman Lear (b. 1922): best known as Writer (All in the Family, The Jeffersons), has done a small amount of acting, e.g. Benjamin Franklin on South Park
120.  Stan Lee (b. 1922): cameos in various Marvel Comics movies
121.  Herschell Gordon Lewis (b. 1929) which best known as a Director (Blood Feast, Two Thousand Maniacs), has also acted, e.g. Fred Sandy in Smash Cut
122.  Jerry Lewis (b. 1926): numerous comedies with and without Dean Martin, including The Nutty Professor
123.  Hal Linden (b. 1931): Barney Miller on Barney Miller
124.  June Lockhart (b. 1925): Ruth Martin on Lassie, Maureen Robinson on Lost in Space
125.  Robert Loggia (b. 1930): Elfego Baga in Disneyland, Frank Lopez in Scarface, MacMillan in Big
126.  Michael Lonsdale (b. 1931): Sir Hugo Drax in Moonraker
127.  Sophia Loren (b. 1934): Dulcinea in Man of La Mancha; Teresa Leoni in Verdict
128.  Tina Louise (b. 1934): Ginger Grant on Gilligan’s Island
129.  Gavin MacLeod (b. 1930): Murray Slaughter on the Mary Tyler Moore Show,  Merrill Stubing on The Love Boat
130.  Shirley Maclaine (b. 1934): Aurora Greenway in Terms of Endearment; Ouiser Boudreaux ibn Steel Magnolias
131.  Diana Maddox (b. 1926): Mera, Queen Vassa in The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure Peter Marshall (b. 1926): Hollywood Squares host; various guest roles in the 1970s-1980s
132.  Robert Mandan (b. 1932): Chester Tate on Soap; Lawrence Fielding on Private Benjamin
133.  Jean Marsh (b. 1934): Rose in Upstairs, Downstairs; Roz Keith on 9 to 5; Sara Kingdom on Doctor Who
134.  Wink Martindale (b. 1933): while mainly known as a game show host (Tic Tac Dough), has done some acting, e.g. Hercules
135.  Chuck McCann (b. 1934): The Thing on 1990s Fantastic Four cartoon series
136.  Alec McCowen (b. 1925): Q/Algy in Never Say Never Again
137.  Bob McGrath (b. 1932): Bob on Sesame Street
138.  Ted V. Mikels (b. 1929): while best known as Director (Astro-Zombies movies), has also acted, e.g. Leo in Ten Violent Women
139.  Dick Miller (b. 1928): Walter Paisley in Chopping Mall; Fosnight in the 1990s Flash series; Uncle Willy in Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight
140.  Donald Moffat (b. 1930): Rem on Logan’s Run (series); Garry in The Thing; Edgar Halcyon on Tales of the City
141.  Al Molinaro (b. 1919): Al Delvecchio on Happy Days
142.  Roger Moore (b. 1927) Simon Templar on The Saint, 1970s-80s James Bond
143.  Rita Moreno (b. 1931): Anita in West Side Story, Millie the Helper/Pandora/Otto etc. in The Electric Company, Peter Marie Reimondo in Oz
144.  Bob Newhart (b. 1929): Bob Hartley on The Bob Newhart Show, Dick Loudon on Newhart
145.  Marion Ross (b. 1928): Marion Cunningham on Happy Days
146.  Jim Nabors (b. 1930): Gomer Pyle on The Andy Griffith Show and Gomer Pyle: USMC
147.  Joe Negri (b. 1926): Handyman Negri on MisteRogers' Neighborhood
148.  Noel Neill (b. 1920): Second Lois Lane on The Adventures of Superman (also in the earlier Superman serials)
149.  Willie Nelson (b. 1933): mostly known as singer but has acted e.g. Wendell in The Electric Horseman
150.  Julie Newmar (b. 1933) Catwoman on 1960s Batman series
151.  Nichelle Nichols (b. 1932): Nyota Uhura on Star Trek
152.  James Noble (b. 1922): Eugene Gatling on Benson
153.  Kim Novak (b. 1933): Madeline Elster in Vertigo; Kit Marlowe on Falcon Crest
154.  Tim O’Connor (b. 1927): Elias Huer on Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
155.  Maureen O’Hara (b. 1920): Esmerelda in The Hunchback of Notre Dame Louisa Frederici Cody in Buffalo Bill
156.  Alan Oppenheimer (b. 1930): third Dr. Rudy Wells on The Six Million Dollar Man
157.  Geoffrey Palmer (b. 1927): Judge in A Fish Called Wanda, Admiral Roebuck in Tomorrow Never Dies
158.  Estelle Parsons (b. 1927): Blanche in Bonnie and Clyde; Mrs. Trueheart in Dick Tracy; Beverly Harris on Roseanne
159.  Regis Philbin (b. 1931): while best known as talk show and game show host (Who Wants to Be a Millionnaire?), has also acted a fair bit, e.g. Shrek 3-4
160.  Gordon Pinsent (b. 1930): Duff McArdle on Power Play
161.  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
162.  Priscilla Pointer (b. 1924): Rebecca Barnes Wentworth on Dallas; Mrs. Beaumont in Blue Velvet; Nora Allen on 1990s Flash series
163.  Sidney Poitier (b. 1927): Virgil Tibbs in In the Heat of the Night and sequels
164.  Roman Polanski (b. 1933): mostly known as director, but has acted including Alfred in The Fearless Vampire Killers
165.  Charlotte Rae (b. 1926): Edna Garrett on Diff’rent Strokes and The Facts of Life
166.  Joyce Randolph (b. 1924): Trixie Norton on The Honeymooners
167.  Nancy Reagan (b. 1921): best on as First Lady, played Herself on an episode of Diff’rent Strokes
168.  Della Reese (b. 1931): Della Rogers in Chico and the Man, Tess in Touched by an Angel
169.  Carl Reiner (b. 1922): Alan Brady on The Dick Van Dyke Show
170.  Don Rickles (b. 1926): famous insult comedian; also in The Dirty Dozen
171.  Doris Roberts (b. 1930): Mildred Krebs in Remington Steele, Marie Barone in Everybody Loves Raymond
172.  Joe Robinson (b. 1927): Peter Franks in Diamonds are Forever
173.  Wayne Rogers (b. 1933): John McIntyre on MASH, Charley Michaels on House Calls
174.  Barbara Rush (b. 1927): Nova Clavicle in 1960s Batman, Marsha Russell in Peyton Place, Eudora Weldon in Flamingo Road
175.  William Russell (b. 1924): Sir Lancelot in The Adventures of Sir Lancelot, Ian Chesterton in the earliest Doctor Who episodes
176.  Andrew Sachs (b. 1930): Manuel on Fawlty Towers
177.  Eva Marie Saint (b. 1924): Wilma Deering in 1950s Buck Rogers, Edie Doyle in On the Waterfront, Martha Kent in Superman Returns
178.  Prunella Scales (b. 1932): Sybil Fawlty on Fawlty Towers
179.  William Schallert (b. 1922): Mr. Leander on The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Martin Lane on The Patty Duke Show, Retired Man on Legends of the Superheroes
180.  George Segal (b. 1934): Dick Harper in Fun with Dick and Jane; Buddy Arnett in Me Myself and I
181.  Gene Shalit (b. 1925); mostly known film critic for Today, has gone a small amount of acting (an episode of The Critic and SpongeBob SquarePants)
182.  William Shatner (b.1930): James T. Kirk on Star Trek, Thomas Jefferson Hooker on T.J. Hooker
183.  James Sikking (b. 1934): Howard Hunter on Hill Street Blues; David Howser on Doogie Howser, M.D.
184.  Henry Silva (b. 1928): Chunjin in the Manchurian Candidate (1961). Influence in Dick Tracy, Bane in Batman: The Animated Series
185.  Joseph Sirola (b. 1929): Doctor Doom in 1967 Fantastic 4 cartoon, Dominick in The Magician, Harrison Fynch in Wonder Woman, Sal Wolf in Wolf
186.  Tom Skerritt (b. 1933): Duke Forrest in MASH movie; Jimmy Brock on Picket Fences
187.  Maggie Smith (b. 1934): Diana Barrie in California Suite; Thetis in Clash of the Titans; Minerva McGonagall in Harry Potter movies; Violet Crawley on Downton Abbey
188.  Paul Soles (b. 1930): Peter Parker on the first animated Spider-Man series
189.  Caroll Spinney (b. 1933): Big Bird on Sesame Street
190.  Harry Dean Stanton (b. 1926): Brett in Alien, Bud in Repo Man, Saul/Paul of Tarsus in The Last Temptation of Christ
191.  Jerry Stiller (b. 1927): Maury Ballstein in Zoolander; Arthur Spooner on The King of Queens
192.  Larry Storch (b. 1923): Randolph Agarn in F Troop, Joker in the Batman/Superman Hour
193.  Inga Swenson (b. 1932): Gretchen Wilomena Kraus on Benson
194.  Nita Talbot (b. 1930): Anastasia Hardy in the 1990s Spider-Man cartoon series
195.   Russ Tamblyn (b. 1934): Anchor in Satan’s Sadists; Rico in Dracula vs. Frankenstein; Lawrence Jacoby on Twin  Peaks
196.  Rip Torn (b. 1931): Nathan Bryce in The Man Who Fell to Earth, Artie on The Larry Sanders Show
197.  Joe Turkel (b. 1927): Lloyd the Bartender in The Shining; Eldon Tyrell in Blade Runner
198.  Abe Vigoda (b. 1920): Phil Fish on both Barney Miller and Fish
199.  Mamie Van Doren (b. 1931): Gwen Dulaine in High School Confidential
200.  Dick Van Dyke (b. 1925): Rob Petrie on The Dick Van Dyke Show, Dr. Mark Sloan on Diagnosis: Murder
201.  Peter Vaughan (b. 1923): Mr. Helpmann in Brazil
202.  Robert Vaughn (b. 1932): Napoleon Solo on The Man from UNCLE; Hunt Stockwell on The A-Team
203.  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
204.  Robert Wagner (b. 1930): Jonathan Hart on Hart to Hart
205.  Janet Waldo (b. 1924): Penelope Pitsop on Wacky Races and The Perils of Penelope Pitstop, Josie McCoy on Josie and the Pussycats, Judy Jetson on The Jetsons
206.  Jimmy Weldon (b. 1923): Yakky Doodle Duck in Yakky Doodle Duck, Solomon Grundy in Challenge of the Superfriends
207.  Adam West (b. 1928): Bruce Wayne in the 1960s Batman series
208.  Betty White (b. 1922): Sue Anne Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls
209.  Chris Wiggins (b. 1931): Thor in The Marvel Super Heroes 1966 cartoons, Jack Marshak in Friday the 13th: The Series
210.  Gene Wilder (b. 1933): Leo Bloom in The Producers; Willy Wonka in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory; Dr. Frankenstein in Young Frankenstein
211.  Fred Willard (b. 1933): Jerry Hubbard on America 2 Night, Buck Laughlin in Best in Show; Real People co-host
212.  Van Williams (b. 1934): Britt “The Green Hornet” Reid on The Green Hornet
213.  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
214.  William Woodson (b. 1917): Narrator of Dick Tracy, The Invaders, Super Friends cartoons etc.; J. Jonah Jameson in the 1981-82 Spider-Man cartoon
215.  Peter Wyngarde (b. 1928): Jason King in Department S and Jason King, Klytus in Flash Gordon 
216. Alan Young (b. 1919): Wilbur Post in Mister Ed, Scrooge McDuck in various Disney films/shows

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