Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Chris Owen to Bernadette Peters
Gregg Palmer Biography (1927-)
Born Palmer Lee, January 25, 1927, in San Francisco, CA.
- Birth Details
- January 25, 1927
- San Francisco, California, United States
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM APPEARANCES
- Attendant, My Friend Irma Goes West, Paramount, 1950.
- (as Palmer Lee) Grat Dalton, The Cimarron Kid, Universal, 1951.
- (as Palmer Lee) William Norton, Francis Goes to West Point, Universal, 1952.
- (as Palmer Lee) tank lieutenant, Red Ball Express, Universal, 1952.
- (as Palmer Lee) Marty Smith, The Raiders (also known as Riders of Vengeance), Universal, 1952.
- (as Palmer Lee) Farouk, Son of Ali Baba, Universal, 1952.
- (as Palmer Lee) Johnny Evans, Sally and Saint Anne, Universal, 1952.
- (as Palmer Lee) Joe Bent, The Battle at Apache Pass, Universal, 1952.
- (as Palmer Lee) Captain White, Back at the Front (also known as Willie and Joe Back at the Front), Universal, 1952.
- (as Palmer Lee) Chet Dunne, It Happens Every Thursday, Universal, 1953.
- (as Palmer Lee) Chalmers, Column South, Universal, 1953.
- (as Palmer Lee) Oaman, The Veils of Bagdad, Universal, 1953.
- (as Palmer Lee) Hal Jessup, The Redhead from Wyoming, Universal, 1953.
- Cameron, The All-American (also known as The Winning Way), Universal, 1953.
- Tom Masterson, Magnificent Obsession, Universal, 1954.
- Tom Bradley, Playgirl, Universal, 1954.
- Captain Burnett, Taza, Son of Cochise, Universal, 1954.
- Lieutenant Manning, To Hell and Back, Universal, 1955.
- Jed Grant, The Creature Walks among Us, Universal, 1956.
- Dink, Hilda Crane, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1956.
- Pat Orvello, Footsteps in the Night, Allied Artists, 1957.
- Kimo, From Hell It Came, Allied Artists, 1957.
- Captain James Tenslip, Revolt at Fort Laramie, United Artists, 1957.
- Jeff Clark, Zombies of Mora Tau, Columbia, 1957.
- Piggy, The Female Animal, Universal, 1958.
- Captain Dexter, Thundering Jets, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1958.
- John Mapes, The Rebel Set (also known as Beatsville), Allied Artists, 1959.
- Bart Connors, The Sad Horse, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1959.
- Reed Taylor, The Cat Burglar, United Artists, 1961.
- Brad Santley, Gun Fight, United Artists, 1961.
- Lieutenant Fisher, The Most Dangerous Man Alive, Columbia, 1961.
- Piper, Forty Pounds of Trouble, Universal, 1962.
- Swedish commentator, The Prize, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), 1963.
- gambler, Advance to the Rear (also known as Company of Cowards?), MGM, 1964.
- Donovan, The Quick Gun, Columbia, 1964.
- Union guard, Shenandoah, Universal, 1965.
- Rodenbush, The Rare Breed, Universal, 1966.
- special officer, If He Hollers, Let Him Go, Cinerama, 1968.
- Parker, The Undefeated, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969.
- Riker, Chisum, Warner Brothers, 1970.
- Berger, The McKenzie Break, United Artists, 1970.
- John Goodfellow, Big Jake, National General, 1971.
- Hurricane Kid, La vita, a volte e molto dura, vera provvidenza? (also known as Life Is Tough Enough, Eh Providence?), Euro International, 1972.
- burly man, The Shootist, Paramount, 1976.
- Jeff, Hot Lead and Cold Feet, Buena Vista, 1978.
- Sergeant Hacksaw, The Man with Bogart's Face (also known as Sam Marlow, Private Eye), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980.
- Ross, Scream (also known as The Outing), Cal-Com Releasing, 1981.
- Also appeared in The Golden Blade, Universal, 1953; Five Guns to Tombstone, United Artists, 1961.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- Harry, Run Buddy Run, CBS, 1966-67.
- MINI-SERIES Bull Run colonel, The Blue and the Gray, CBS, 1982.
- Payne, Go West, Young Girl!, ABC, 1978.
- Szabo, Mongo's Back in Town, CBS, 1971.
- Slatter, True Grit (A Further Adventure), ABC, 1978.
- Also The Daughters of Joshua Cabe, ABC, 1976; Beggarman, Thief, NBC, 1979.
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