Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Logan Ramsey Biography (1921-2000)
Full name, Logan Carlisle Ramsey, Jr.; born March 21, 1921, in Long Beach, CA; son of Logan Carlisle (a navy officer) and Harriet Lillian (Kilmartin) Ramsey; married Anne Mobley (an actress), June 26, 1954. Addresses: Office: 12923 Killion St., Van Nuys, CA 91401.
- actor, director
- Birth Details
- March 21, 1921
- Long Beach, California, United States
- Death Details
- June 26, 2000
- Los Angeles, California
Credits; Film Appearances
- Television director, A Face in the Crowd, Warner Brothers, 1957.
- George Hale, The Hoodlum Priest, United Artists (UA), 1961.
Something Wild, UA, 1961.
- Doc, Banning, Universal, 1967.
- Officer Faye Lapid, Head, Columbia, 1968.
- Mr. Simmons, Childish Things, Filmworld, 1969.
- Detective Jelinek, Pendulum, Columbia, 1969.
- Walter Clapp, The Reivers, National General, 1969.
- La Follette, The Traveling Executioner, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970.
- Babe Duggers, Jump, Cannon, 1971.
- Scott, The Sporting Club, Avco Embassy, 1971.
- Detective West, What's the Matter with Helen?, UA, 1971.
Glass Houses, Columbia, 1972.
- Uncle Albert, Outside In (also known as Red, White, and Busted), Robbins International, 1972.
- Doctor, Some Call It Loving, CineGlobe, 1973.
- John Witter, Walking Tall, Cinerama, 1973.
- Dentist, Busting, UA, 1974.
- John Witter, Walking Tall, Part II, American International, 1975.
- Deputy coroner, Cornbread, Earl and Me, American International, 1975.
- Commissioner, Farewell, My Lovely, Avco Embassy, 1975.
- Coley, Treasure of Matecumbe, Buena Vista, 1976.
- John Witter, Final Chapter--Walking Tall, American International,1977.
- Edmund Oberlin, Mean Dog Blues, American International, 1978.
- Luther Quince, Any Which Way You Can, Warner Brothers, 1980.
- Mayor Neville, Joysticks (also known as Video Madness), Jensen Farley, 1983.
- George, Say Yes, Cinetel, 1986.
- Jim Bob Collins, Pass the Ammo, New Century-Vista, 1988.
- Man in shelter, Scrooged, Paramount, 1988.
- Xavier Rhodes, gravedigger, Dr. Hackenstein, Vista Street, 1988.
- Top Drone, Meet the Hollowheads, Moviestore, 1989.
- General Brehon Somervell, Fat Man and Little Boy, Paramount, 1989.
- Also appeared in Fury on Wheels, 1971.
Credits; Television Appearances; Movies
- Holmes, The Devil and Miss Sarah, ABC, 1971.
- Walter Beal, Beg, Borrow ... or Steal, ABC, 1973.
- Raymond Bleisch, The Law, NBC, 1974.
- Thurston Carson, Attack on Terror: The FBI Versus the Ku Klux Klan, CBS, 1975.
- Riley, The Last Day, NBC, 1975.
- Dr. Emil Schaeffer, Testimony of Two Men, syndicated, 1977.
- J. Edgar Hoover, Blind Ambition, CBS, 1979.
- Captain Sweeney, Damien: The Leper Priest, NBC, 1980.
- Leonard Gray, The Ladies, NBC, 1987.
Credits; Television Appearances; Series
- Warden Wilbur Poindexter, On the Rocks, ABC, 1975-76.
Credits; Television Appearances; Pilots
- Toby Loomis, The Rookies, ABC, 1972.
- Wilson, Letters from Three Lovers, ABC, 1973.
- Dale, Conspiracy of Terror, NBC, 1975.
- J. T. Dashwood, Little Women, NBC, 1978.
- Flannagan, Lassie: The New Beginning, ABC, 1978.
- Museum curator, The Monkey Mission, NBC, 1981.
Credits; Other Television Appearances
- Christy, "The Devil's Disciple," Hallmark Hall of Fame (special),NBC, 1955.
- Andy, "The Joke and the Valley," Hallmark Hall of Fame (special),NBC, 1961.
- D. L. Lewis, Roots: The Next Generations (miniseries), ABC, 1979.
- Congressman Ike LaCouture, The Winds of War (miniseries), 1983.
- Len Kunkle, The Best Times (special), NBC, 1985.
- Appeared on episodes of Edge of Night,
Route 66, and TheDefenders, all CBS, and Naked City, ABC.
Credits; Stage Appearances
- (Broadway debut) Christy, The Devil's Disciple, City Center Theatre, then Royale Theatre, both New York City, 1950.
- Willy Pentridge, The High Ground, 48th Street Theatre, New York City, 1951.
- Lionel, In the Summer House, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1953.
- Second God, The Good Woman of Setzuan, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1956.
- George Scudder, Sweet Bird of Youth, Martin Beck Theatre, New YorkCity, 1959.
- Argan, 'Toinette, Theatre Marquee, New York City, 1961.
- Schnozz, Marathon 33, American National Theatre and Academy, New York City, 1963.
- Tavern keeper, My Kinsman, Major Molineux, American Place Theatre,New York City, 1964.
The Last Days of Lincoln, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1965.
- Willy Kane, The Great Indoors, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1966.
A Meeting by the River, Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland, OH, 1971-72.
Wild Air, Los Angeles Actors Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1979-80.
- Made stage debut as Bardolph in Henry IV, Part 1 with the HedgerowTheatre Repertory Company; also appeared as Christy, The Devil's Disciple, Valere, The Physician in Spite of Himself, Eben, Family Portrait, witch doctor, The Emperor Jones, Malcolm, Macbeth, andin Arms and the Man, all with the Hedgerow Theatre Company, 1940-43;appeared in productions for the South Coast Repertory Theatre, Costa Mesa, CA, 1979-80; also appeared as Wolf, Liliom, the tycoon, Midnight at Eight, and the Egyptian, Daughters of Atreus.
Credits; Stage Work
- Director, The Seagulls of 1933, Sherman Oaks Playhouse, Los Angeles, CA, 1975.*
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