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This is a list of character actors whose last name
ending in the letter L 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.
Morris Lippert as Danny in
He is one
of the boys with Mark that was making fun of The Gaucho.
Morris just turned 62….and lives in Phoenix Arizona. He is married and
no children. He has been in the floor covering business for the last 35
years and still has family in California where he grew up.
When he was young he wanted a job, so instead of a paper route he rode
his sister’s bike to the studio, got an agent…and the rest is history!
He was in the Donna Reed Show, and a couple other shows, and did a movie
with Danny Kaye and a pilot for television with Sherry Lewis….never got
picked up….so ended his career at probably 12. He had red hair and
freckles….and is still adorable!
Thanks Debra, Morris' wife for this
info on her hubby (2006).
Morris' wife got in touch with me in 2006 his information has been
updated on IMDB. His TV Show appearances are: The Donna Reed Show
(1959) ― The Millionaire (1958) ― The Real McCoys
(1958) ― Maverick (1958) ― The Loretta Young Show
(1957) ― The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet (1957).
He appeared in the 1958 movie Merry Andrew as a schoolboy.
March 4, 1945 in
Los Angeles, California
Perry Lopez as Manolo Argentez in
His career spanned over forty
years with seventy-one credits.
He is best remembered for his
role as Lou Escobar in the 1974 picture Chinatown and its
sequel The Two Jakes(1990). His other memorable screen
credits include: Mister Roberts (1955) ― McLintock!
(1963) ― Che! (1969) Kelly's Heroes ― Battle
Cry (1970) ― Creature from the Black Lagoon (1970).
Some of his television appearances include: The Time Tunnel
― Star Trek ― The Wild, Wild West ― Mannix
― The Mod Squad .
Born: Julios Caesar Lopez
July 22, 1929 in New York City, New York
Died: February 14, 2008 (age 78) in Beverly Hills, California
Was of Puerto Rican descent.
Jack Lowell as on of the townsfolk in
Matter of Faith
as one of the townsfolk.
James Luisi as Chuley Carr in
He was the one
who had the duel with Pennebroke.
He attended St. Francis College, American Academy of Dramatic
Arts on a basketball scholarship and later played pro ball with
the Baltimore Bullets for two years.
Before becoming an actor, he played for the National Basketball
Association's Baltimore Bullets, 1953-1954.
He served in the Army during the Korean War.
His career spans forty years
with one-hundred and six credits.
He is known for portraying hard-boiled detectives and gangsters.
He was a regular on Santa Barbara (1987-1988) ― Knots
Landing as Lieutenant Gilbert Garcia (1987) ― James Luisi
was Lt. Marciano in Renegades (1983) ― Lt. Doug
Chapman (1976-1980) in The Rockford
He also appeared in two Rockford Files made for TV
Movies as Lt. Doug Chapman: The Rockford Files: Friends and
Foul Play (1996) ― The Rockford Files: If the Frame Fits...
Luisi also appeared two soap
operas: Days of Our Lives (1965) and Another World (1964).
I best remember
him in Murphy's Law (1986) as Ed Reineke with Charles Bronson - he was a cop gone
Born: November 2, 1928, East Harlem, New York
City, New York
Died: June 7, 2002, Los Angeles, California
One Timer Only ― Index Page
This is a list of character
actors who have appeared on The Rifleman — one time only
Actors Index Page
Have you ever been watching TV or a movie and
wondered who is that guy?
around The McCain Ranch