Ben Cooper

Born Sep 30, 1933

Ben Cooper is a retired American actor of film and television, who won a Golden Boot Award in 2005 for his work in Westerns.

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1933 Birth Born on September 30, 1933.


1952 18 Years Old Cooper's earliest credited screen appearance was as an eighteen-year-old in 1952–1953 on the Armstrong Circle Theatre, then on NBC, in the two episodes"The Commandant's Clock" and "Changing Dream." … Read More


1959 25 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1959, he guest starred on CBS's The Millionaire fantasy drama as William Williams in the episode "Millionaire Alicia Osante."
1960 26 Years Old In 1960, he starred on Don Durant's CBS series Johnny Ringo, a spinoff of Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater, on which Cooper appeared five times between 1956 and 1960. … Read More
1962 28 Years Old …  In 1962, Cooper appeared in two episodes of NBC's Laramie as Sandy Catlin in "The Runt" and as Johnny Hartley in "Gun Duel."


1965 31 Years Old Cooper appeared three times on CBS's Gunsmoke: as Breck Taylor in the two 1965 episodes "Breckinridge" and "Two Tall Men" and as Pitt Campbell in "Apprentice Doc" in 1961. … Read More
1967 33 Years Old In 1967, Cooper appeared as Lieutenant Drake in the film Red Tomahawk.
1969 35 Years Old In 1969, he starred in the syndicated series Death Valley Days as Jason Tugwell in the episode "Biscuits and Billy the Kid."
1970 36 Years Old In 1970, Cooper appeared as another "Jason" in the episode "With Love, Bullets, and Valentines" of the long-running NBC series The Virginian starring James Drury and Doug McClure.
1971 37 Years Old In 1971, Cooper appeared in the role of "Colorado" in the James Garner film Support Your Local Gunfighter.


1974 40 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1974, Cooper guest starred as Goodnight in the episode "The Cenotaph: Part 2" of ABC's Kung Fu starring David Carradine. … Read More
1975 41 Years Old In 1975, he appeared as Hank in the two-parter "The Sky's the Limit" on NBC's Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color.
1979 45 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1979, he appeared as Waverly in NBC"s B.J. and the Bear starring Greg Evigan.


1985 51 Years Old Among Cooper's last television roles were as Mr. Parrish in two 1985 episodes, "Dead Ends" and "Terms of Estrangement," of CBS's prime time soap opera Dallas and as a bureaucrat in the Dallas spinoff, Knots Landing in the 1986 episode "His Brother's Keeper."
1986 52 Years Old He appeared too in 1986 as J. Howard Tucker in the episode "Gibbon Take" of the NBC legal drama L.A. Law.


1996 62 Years Old Cooper's last film roles were as in Lightning Jack (1994) and in the 1996 television production, Joan Crawford: Always the Star. … Read More
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