David Doyle Biography (1925-1997)

Full name, David Fitzgerald Doyle; born December 1, 1925, in Omaha, NE; diedof a heart attack, February 26, 1997, in Los Angeles, CA. Actor. Doyle is best remembered as John Bosley from the television series Charlie's Angels. Doyle began acting professionally after spending several years with the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City. He made his Broadway debut in Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? in the 1950s. His other stage credits include South Pacificand I Was Dancing, a play he appeared in during the 1950s and directed in the1990s. In 1964, Doyle made his screen debut in Act One. He appeared in otherfilms such as Coogan's Bluff, Paper Lion, and Capricorn One. In addition toappearing in Charlie's Angels, Doyle appeared in several other television series. Among them are Murder, She Wrote, Bridget Loves Bernie, and Sweet Surrender. In later years, his voice was heard on the Rug Rats. He also made guestappearances on Love Boat, Fantasy Island, and M*A*S*H.

Birth Details
December 1, 1925
Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Death Details
February 26, 1997
Los Angeles, California, United States

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