Stacy Harris

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Stacy Harris
Stacy Harris Doorway to Danger.jpg
Harris as Doug Carter in Doorway to Danger, 1953.
Born(1918-07-26)July 26, 1918
Seattle, Washington, USA
DiedMarch 13, 1973(1973-03-13) (aged 54)
Los Angeles, California
OccupationActor
 
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Stacy Harris
Stacy Harris Doorway to Danger.jpg
Harris as Doug Carter in Doorway to Danger, 1953.
Born(1918-07-26)July 26, 1918
Seattle, Washington, USA
DiedMarch 13, 1973(1973-03-13) (aged 54)
Los Angeles, California
OccupationActor

Stacy Harris (July 26, 1918 — March 13, 1973) was an American actor with hundreds of film and television appearances.

Harris was best known for his role as agent Jim Taylor on ABC Radio's This is Your FBI and, later, for playing varied characters, often villains, on various programs produced by Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited, such as Dragnet, Noah's Ark, GE True, Adam-12, Emergency! and O'Hara, U.S. Treasury.

Harris guest starred in the religion anthology series, Crossroads. Thereafter, he appeared as Whit Lassiter in the 1958 episode "The Man Who Waited" of the NBC children's western series, Buckskin. He guest starred as Colonel Nicholson in the 1959 episode "A Night at Trapper's Landing" of the NBC western series, Riverboat, starring Darren McGavin.

Harris appeared too in three syndicated series, Whirlybirds, starring Kenneth Tobey, Sheriff of Cochise and U.S. Marshal, both with John Bromfield, and as the character Ed Miller in the episode "Mystery of the Black Stallion" of the western series, Frontier Doctor, starring Rex Allen. He was cast in two episodes of the David Janssen crime drama, Richard Diamond, Private Detective.

Harris in 1958 portrayed Max Bowen in "The Hemp Tree" and in 1959 as Abel Crowder in "Rough Track to Payday", episodes of the CBS western series, The Texan, starring Rory Calhoun.[1]

In 1960, Harris was cast as a drummer named Cramer in the episode "Fair Game" of the ABC western series, The Rebel, starring Nick Adams. Harris appeared in three episodes of CBS's Perry Mason, playing the role of murder victim Frank Curran in "The Case of the Married Moonlighter" (1958), Perry's client Frank Brooks in "The Case of the Lost Last Act" (1959), and murderer Frank Brigham in "The Case of the Crying Comedian" in 1961.

Harris died in 1973 at the age of fifty-four in Los Angeles, California.

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  1. ^ "The Texan". Classic Television Archive. Retrieved January 31, 2013. 

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