Douglas Dick

About Douglas Dick

Who is it?: Actor, Writer
Birth Day: November 20, 1920
Birth Place:  Charleston, West Virginia, United States
Died On: December 19, 2015(2015-12-19) (aged 95)\nLos Angeles, California
Birth Sign: Sagittarius
Occupation: Actor, Psychologist
Years active: 1946–1971
Spouse(s): Ronnie Cowan Dick (divorced 1960) Peggy Chantler Dick (married 1963–2001, her death)

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Douglas Dick was bornon November 20, 1920 in  Charleston, West Virginia, United States, is Actor, Writer. Douglas Dick was born on November 20, 1920 in Charleston, West Virginia, USA as Douglas Harvey Dick. He was an actor and writer, known for Rope (1948), The Second Hundred Years (1967) and Bewitched (1964). He was married to Peggy Chantler Dick and Rhoda (Ronnie) Marion Noyer. He died on December 19, 2015 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
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💰 Net worth: $9 Million

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Biography/Timeline

1946

Dick's film debut was in The Searching Wind (1946). Producer Hal B. Wallis met Dick in a Broadway agent's office as Dick was waiting for an interview. Wallis had Dick make a screen test in New York City. The test, along with those of five other prospects, was shown to 300 women employees of Wallis' studio. Dick was the clear favorite when the women were polled, and his role in The Searching Wind was the result. His best known film role is Kenneth Lawrence in the Alfred Hitchcock film classic Rope (1948). Among his other notable films are The Red Badge of Courage (1951) and Something to Live For (1952).

1954

On television, Douglas Dick is best known for his role as Carl Herrick in the television series, Waterfront (1954–1955).

1957

Dick appeared once on Jim Davis' syndicated adventure series, Rescue 8. Additionally, he made two appearances on Lloyd Bridges' syndicated adventure series, Sea Hunt. He made seven guest appearances on Perry Mason throughout the duration of the CBS series from 1957 to 1966. In 1959, he played Fred Bushmiller in the title role in "The Case of the Watery Witness." In the 1962 episode, "The Case of the Glamorous Ghost," he played Walter Richey, a hotel clerk and the murderer. He played murderer Ned Chase in the 1963 episode, "The Case of the Elusive Element." He made his final appearance in 1965 as Ted Harberson in "The Case of the Wrathful Wraith."

1960

Dick married twice: first to Ronnie Cowan until their 1960 divorce, and second to television Screenwriter Peggy Chantler from 1963 until her death in 2001. Dick retired from acting and became a Psychologist in 1971.

2015

Dick died December 19, 2015, at his home in Los Angeles, California. He was 95.