Albert Salmi

Born Mar 11, 1928

Albert Salmi was an American actor.

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1928 Birth Born on March 11, 1928.


1955 27 Years Old In 1955, Salmi starred as Bo Decker in the play Bus Stop on Broadway, and also performed in the touring production of the play.
His performance was praised by critics and Salmi was offered the chance to reprise the role in the 1956 film Bus Stop starring Marilyn Monroe. … Read More
1957 29 Years Old Their only child, Catherine Ann "Cas" Salmi, was born on March 30, 1957; Catherine died in 1995 of heart disease at the age of 38.


1961 33 Years Old Salmi and Garner separated in 1961 and divorced on March 13, 1963.
1963 35 Years Old In 1963, he portrayed John Day and Rivers in the episode "Incident of the Pale Rider" on CBS's Rawhide.
1964 36 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1964–65 he appeared with Fess Parker as "Yadkin" in the first season of the Daniel Boone TV series. … Read More
1967 39 Years Old He appeared in a 1967 episode of Gunsmoke as a killer who comes to an ironic end. … Read More


1968 40 Years Old A high point of Salmi's career came in 1968, when he was cast in the Arthur Miller play The Price.


1983 55 Years Old The family moved from Los Angeles to Spokane, Washington in 1983, where Salmi went into semiretirement, only taking the occasional acting role. … Read More


In early February 1990, Albert and Roberta Salmi separated. He moved into a nearby condominium, while Roberta Salmi remained in the family home. She filed for divorce on February 6, 1990. … Read More
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