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This is a list of character actors whose last name
ending in the letter H has appeared on The Rifleman — One Time Only.
Whether they have appeared one time only or 168 times, they are just as
important as the main characters and/or anyone else involved in The
Rifleman. This is just a small tribute to those great many characters
This section of character actors is dedicated to each & everyone one of
character actors that
They're among the most popular and
recognizable actors. They may not be A-list stars, but they do something
many actors don't. They worked all the time.
Harry Harvey Sr. as Toomey
in The Legacy.
He went to Hollywood in 1934
and had a career spanning almost fifty years, mostly in small
character parts. He has appeared in over 400 movies & TV Shows
He had a musical background
and began his entertainment career in 1918 with Gus Hill's
Honey Boy Minstrels. From there he went on to appear in
various minstrel and burlesque shows. This led to many roles in
Broadway shows. He went to Hollywood in 1934 and had a career
spanning almost fifty years, mostly in small character parts.
He appeared with Chuck
Connors several times ― Ride Beyond Vengeance (1966) and
different times ―
Yellow for Courage (1966) ―
Judge Not (1965) ―
He had a recurring role in the TV Series It's A Man's World
as Houghton Stott (1962-1963) and Man Without A Gun
(1957-1959) as Mayor
George Dixon ― The Roy Rogers Show (1957-1959) as Sheriff Blodgett.
He was born in1901 ~ Indian Territory, USA. [now Oklahoma, USA]
Death: November 27, 1985, Sylmar, California
Ron Hayes as Bruce in Six Years and a Day.
Jack Cooke's hired gun who was hired to get to
kill Doc Burrage.
Ron attended Stanford
University from 1949-1952 and graduated with a degree in foreign
relations. After graduating from Stanford, Ron spent a year and
a half as a Marine Lt. in Korea during the war. After the Korean
War, Ron settled in the San Jose, CA area and worked for KSJO
His acting career spans over thirty years with seventy-eight
credits to his name.
He later guest appeared with
Chuck Connors in Arrest and Trial (1963) and Standing
He started out appearing on The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial in 1957. From there his career took off appearing on
many of the TV Westerns such as Gunsmoke (1960-1970) ― Bonanza
(1960-1969) ― Destry (1964) ―
Rawhide (1959-1962) ― Wagon Train (1960-1964) ― Maverick
(1958-1959) ― Wanted Dead or
Alive (1959) ― Bat Masterson (1960-1961) ― Two Faces West
(1961). He was a regular on
The Rounders (1966-1967) as Ben Jones. He appeared in General
Hospital (1967) as Dr. Phil Brewer #2.
He was an activist in the environmental movement, worked for the
establishment of the first Earth Day, observed on April 22,
Born: February 26, 1929 in San Francisco, California
Died: October 1, 2004 (age 75) in Malibu, California
Bruce Haywood as Oliver,
the stagecoach driver in Sheer Terror.
Jim Hayward as Tucker in Tin Horn.
His first role was in
1949 in The Red Menace as a Ferris Wheel Operator. His
acting career spanned almost twenty years with one-hundred
and fifty-five credits to his name.
Jim Hayward played Tucker. He was the man playing cards who
sat to the right of Lucas in both games. He has guest
appeared in a lot of TV shows such as The Lone Ranger
The Roy Rogers Show (1953-1954)― Fury (1955) ― The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin
Tales of Wells Fargo (1957) ― The Untouchables
(1960-1961) to name a few.
His last appearance was in The Beverly
Born: September 8, 1900 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: July 12, 1981 (age 80) in Las Vegas, Nevada
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