George Dolenz
George Dolenz
George Dolenz was an American film actor born in Trieste, in the city's Slovene community.
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  • 1963
    Age 55
    Dolenz died of a heart attack in 1963, aged 55.
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  • 1958
    Age 50
    On April 21, 1958, Dolenz played Count Peter Von Gilsa in the episode "The Outlander" of the NBC western television series The Restless Gun.
    More Details Hide Details Gloria Talbott plays Sophie Wilmer, a young woman who inherits her father's saloon and hotel in Prairie City, Kansas, a town temporarily under the control of unruly former Confederates from Texas. Dolenz's character is Sophie's romantic interest and a former soldier from Europe who speaks out against the former Confederates, led by a former army officer. John Payne's character, Vint Bonner, arrives in town to guarantee the peace. Bonner's concluding narration notes that while many wander for years seeking their place in life, Sophie and Peter had found theirs. Dolenz, who was of Slovene descent, married the actress Janelle Johnson. They had four children: actor and singer Micky Dolenz (George Michael Dolenz) of the 1960s musical group The Monkees; Gemma "Coco" Dolenz; Gina Dolenz; and Debbie Dolenz.
  • 1908
    Age 0
    Born on January 5, 1908.
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