Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Arthur Marks to John McEnery
Strother Martin Biography (1919-1980)
Born March 26, 1919, in Kokomo, IN; died of a heart attack, August 1, 1980; wife's name, Helen.
- Birth Details
- March 26, 1919
- Kokomo, Indiana, United States
Credits; Film Appearances
- Shortly McGirk, Rhubarb, Paramount, 1951.
- Copilot, Storm over Tibet (also known as Mask of the Himalayas), Columbia, 1952.
- Copilot, The Magnetic Monster, United Artists (UA), 1953.
- Young marine, South Sea Woman, Warner Bros., 1953.
- Scotty, Drum Beat, Warner Bros., 1954.
- Stillman, The Big Knife, UA, 1955.
- Harvey Wallace, Kiss Me Deadly, UA, 1955.
- Airman, Strategic Air Command, Paramount, 1955.
- Dan O'Hirons, Target Zero, Warner Bros., 1955.
- Sergeant Ingersol, Attack!, UA, 1956.
- Thorny, The Black Whip, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1956.
- Petey, Black Patch, Warner Bros., 1957.
- Pokey, Copper Sky, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1957.
- Virgil, The Horse Soldiers, UA, 1959.
- Thurm, The Shaggy Dog, Buena Vista, 1959.
- Ben Stocker, The Wild and the Innocent, Universal, 1959.
- Parson, The Deadly Companions (also known as Trigger Happy), Pathe/American, 1961.
- Dog Boy, Sanctuary, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1961.
- Floyd, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Paramount, 1962.
- Agard, McLintock!, UA, 1963.
- Charlie Reeder, Showdown (also known as The Iron Collar), Universal, 1963.
- Fiddler, Invitation to a Gunfighter, UA, 1964.
- Mr. Clyde, Brainstorm, Warner Bros., 1965.
- Engineer, Shenandoah (also known as Fields of Honor), Universal, 1965.
- Jeb Ross, The Sons of Katie Elder, Paramount, 1965.
- Trumbull, An Eye for an Eye, Embassy, 1966.
- Claude, Harper (also known as The Moving Target), Warner Bros., 1966.
- Captain, Cool Hand Luke, Warner Bros., 1967.
- Lovick, The Flim-Flam Man (also known as One Born Every Minute), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967.
- Percy Garris, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Twentieth Century-Fox,1969.
- Colonel G. Stonehill, True Grit, Paramount, 1969.
- Coffer, The Wild Bunch, Warner Bros., 1969.
- Bowen, The Ballad of Cable Hogue, Warner Bros., 1970.
- Don Duncan, The Brotherhood of Satan, Columbia, 1971.
- Lee Cottrill, Fools' Parade (also known as Dynamite Man from Glory Jail),Columbia, 1971.
- Rufus Clemens, Hannie Caulder, Paramount, 1971.
- John Cloyd, Red Sky at Morning, Universal, 1971.
- Garrett, Pocket Money, National General, 1972.
- Dr. Carl Stoner, Ssssssss (also known as Ssssnake), Universal, 1973.
- Poe, Hard Times (also known as The Streetfighter), Columbia, 1975.
- McCoy, Rooster Cogburn, Universal, 1975.
- Billy, The Great Scout and Cathouse Thursday (also known as Wildcat), American International, 1976.
- Joe McGrath, Slap Shot, Universal, 1977.
- Dr. Kling, The End, UA, 1978.
- Mr. Stoner, Up in Smoke, Paramount, 1978.
- Riley, The Champ, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1979.
- Louis Monk, Love and Bullets, Associated Film, 1979.
- Selwyn, Nightwing, Columbia, 1979.
- Parody Jones, The Villain (also known as Cactus Jack), Columbia, 1979.
- George Westinghouse, Tajna Nikole Tesle (also known as The Secret of Nikola Tesla), Zagreb-Kinematografi, 1980.
- "The Weasel," Hotwire, 1980.
Credits; Television Appearances; Series
- Aaron Donager, Hotel De Paree, CBS, 1959-60.
- R. J. Hawkins, Hawkins, CBS, 1973-74.
Credits; Television Appearances; Pilots
- R. J. Hawkins, Hawkins on Murder (also known as Death and the Maiden), CBS, 1973.
- LeRoy Atkins (guest), One of Our Own (pilot for the series Doctors Hospital), NBC, 1975.
Credits; Television Appearances; Movies
- Pinky Pincus, Steel Cowboy, NBC, 1978.
- J. D. Ashcroft, Better Late Than Never, NBC, 1979.
Credits; Television Appearances; Specials
- Mitzi and a Hundred Guys, CBS, 1975.
- Billy, The Ransom of Red Chief, 1977.
- Old Hollander, Stubby Pringle's Christmas, NBC, 1978.
- Steve Martin's "The Winds of Whoopie," NBC, 1983.
Credits; Major Tours
- Kit Carson, The Time of Your Life, U.S. cities, 1972.
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