Alvy Moore Biography ((?)-)



Born in 1925, in Vincennes, IN; died May 4, 1997, in Palm Desert, CA. Actor.Moore was a veteran actor who hit the big time in 1965 when he landed a roleplaying Hank Kimball on Green Acres, which starred Eddie Albert and Eva Gaborand ran on CBS until 1971. Moore studied drama at Indiana State Teachers College then served in the U.S. Marine Corps in World War II and fought at Iwo Jima. After the war he returned to acting at the Pasadena Playhouse and performed in the plays Inherit the Wind and Mr. Roberts, a tour production starringHenry Fonda. Moore's early film work included Okinawa (1952), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), The Wackiest Ship in the Army (1961), and The Devil's Bedroom (1964). While he continued his film work, Moore also appeared in guest roles on more than thirty television shows, including The Dick Van Dyke Show, Newhart, Hill Street Blues, Fantasy Island, Little House on the Prairie, How the West Was Won, The Beverly Hillbillies, Daniel Boone, Evening Shade, and Frasier. His other film appearances include The Specialist (1975), A Boy and His Dog (1975), Mortuary (1983), and Intruder (1989). Moore also appeared in the 1990 television movie Return to Green Acres, again playing the role of Kimball.

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