Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Roger C. Carmel Biography (c. 1932-1986)
Born 1932; died of an apparent drug overdose in Hollywood, CA, November 11, 1986.
CTFT learned that Roger C. Carmel was the voice of "Smokey the Bear," in television advertisements for fire prevention.
- Death Details
- November 11, 1986
- Hollywood, California, United States
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- Roger Buell, Mothers-in-Law, NBC, 1967-68.
- Lawrence Brody, Fitz and Bones, NBC, 1981.
- Naked City, ABC.
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS and ABC.
- Route 66, CBS.
- The Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS.
- I Spy, NBC.
- Batman, ABC.
- Harcourt Fenton Mudd, Star Trek, NBC.
- The Defenders, CBS.
- Hart to Hart, ABC.
- All in the Family, CBS.
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM APPEARANCES
- The Greatest Show Earth, 1952.
- North by Northwest, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), 1959.
- Goodbye Charlie, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1964.
- A House Is Not a Home, Embassy, 1964.
- The Silencers, Columbia, 1966.
- Gambit, Universal, 1966.
- Alvarez, Columbia, 1966.
- The Venetian Affair, MGM, 1967.
- Skullduggery, Universal, 1970.
- Breezy, Universal, 1973.
- Hardly Working, 1981.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Broadway: A Man for All Seasons; Half a Sixpence; Rhinoceros; Caligula; Purlie Victorious; Once There Was a Russian.
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