Kent McCord
Actor
Kent McCord
Kent McCord is an American actor best known for his role as Officer Jim Reed on the television series Adam-12.
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5 Things to Know About Arlington's Newest 'Gourmet-Food Place'
Arlington Patch - almost 5 years
1.) NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: The Savory Plate opened its doors two-and-a-half months ago at 1346 Massachusetts Ave. in Arlington Heights, the former home of V3 Multisport. Converting the sporting-goods store’s stockroom into a kitchen wasn’t easy, according to Savory Plate’s president, Ken McCord, but so far, so good. “We’ve gotten a great reception from the community,” he said recently. “We’re really happy here.” 2.) THE BASICS: The Savory Plate primarily sells carry-out or prepared foods, with international flavors, cooked from scratch, although it does have seating for eating in (both a lunch and dinner menu), frozen foods and self-catering options as well. “Basically what we sell is gourmet comfort food,” McCord said. The store is open seven days a week – 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Monday to Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday. 3.) IT’S A FAMILY AFFAIR: McCord, a retired picture-frame wholesaler, and his wife Jennifer, who live in New Castle, N.H., run the business side of things ...
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Membership First won't run vs. Howard, Aquino - Variety
Google News - over 5 years
The moderates prevailed in the next two elections with Melissa Gilbert topping Valerie Harper in 2001 and Kent McCord in 2003 followed by Rosenberg winning the next two elections as Membership First gained control of the board room
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The SAG-AFTRA Merger Attempt: Why is it Happening Now? (exclusive analysis) - Hollywood Reporter
Google News - over 5 years
The architects of the 2002 and 2003 “no” votes were a Hollywood-based group that became known as MembershipFirst, whose key leaders included Jolliffe and Kent McCord. Energized by its success, MF ran a slate of candidates in the 2005 SAG elections,
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Eye Spy: Galactica 1980 - ATV Today
Google News - over 5 years
Instead we have pretty much carbon copies of Apollo and Starbuck in the form of Troy (Kent McCord) and Dillon (Barry Van Dyke) with only Adama (Lorene Green) and Boomer (Herb Jefferson Jr.) returning. Sadly for Galactica 1980 it filled the void left by
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Park dedication honors a 'cop's cop' - Shore News Today
Google News - over 5 years
John Ferraro of Trinity Parish, Cynthia McCord and Kent McCord, Jeanette Cianci, Scott Cianci, current Longport Police Chief Vince Pacentrelli, Officer Christopher Ricciotti, Mayor Nicholas Russo and Officer Stephen Cianci. By SUZANNE MARINO LONGPORT
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Park to be dedicated to Cianci - Shore News Today
Google News - over 5 years
Chief Cianci was also post commander for American Legion Post 469 and a member of the Longport Planning/Zoning Board. A special guest, Kent McCord of the “Adam 12” TV series, who once met Cianci will be on hand to help dedicate the park to the Longport
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Orlando's new police chief made his mark through the ranks - Sun-Sentinel
Google News - almost 6 years
As a teen, Rooney watched the police show, "Adam-12", and was fascinated with the work of fictional Los Angeles police officers Pete Malloy and Jim Reed. "I loved that show," Rooney said, adding that he once got the autograph of actor Kent McCord,
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Screen Actors Reject New Rules on Ownership of Talent Agencies
NYTimes - almost 15 years
The membership of the Screen Actors Guild rejected one of the most contentious referendums in the union's 69-year history tonight, setting the stage for a showdown between the union and the talent agencies that represent the actors. The referendum, which was rejected by 54.5 percent of the votes cast, would have allowed advertising agencies or
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Review/Film; A Lust for the (Supposedly) Lifeless
NYTimes - over 23 years
Q. When your girlfriend develops long metal claws, glass spikes sticking out of her shoulders and a craving for human flesh, what time is it? A. Time to get a new girlfriend. Or at least it ought to be for Curt Reynolds (J. Trevor Edmond) once his beloved Julie (Mindy Clarke) begins exhibiting these and other telltale signs of trouble. But "Return
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TV Weekend; A Way With Killers
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: In case anybody was wondering, ''Unsub,'' the uneuphonious title of the hourlong crime series that starts tonight at 10 on NBC, is short for ''unknown subject.'' The ''unsub'' in question this week is a serial killer whose behavior invites the skills of the Behavioral Science Lab, a super-special unit of the Justice Department (it says in the
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TV Notes
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: Spring Changes for NBC Spring Changes for NBC The entertainment division of NBC has completed its spring lineup, and three hours of the network's top-ranked prime-time schedule are to change. First, the bad news for fans of ''Baby Boom'' and ''Tattinger's'': The two Wednesday night programs have been suspended. ''Tattinger's,'' the hourlong
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IT'S RACE WEEKEND AT LIME ROCK
NYTimes - over 31 years
FOR Louis C. Rettenmeier, a 27-year-old Danbury mechanic, motor vehicles are an 80-hour-a-week business. Lloyd J. Franklin, 34, of Niantic, makes his living on the road, driving a tractor-trailer. For Blair Dupont, 29, a Bristol insurance and real-estate agent, and Bill Throop, 40, an assistant superintendent of schools who lives in Washington
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'AIRPLANE II: SEQUEL' FOCUSES ON LUNAR SHUTTLE
NYTimes - about 34 years
SEVERAL weeks ago, Jim Abrahams, David Zucker and Jerry Zucker, the three men who wrote and directed the original ''Airplane,'' sent out reminders to the press that they had nothing to do with ''Airplane II: The Sequel,'' which opens today at Loew's State and Orpheum Theaters. They need not have bothered. Though the new film has many of the same
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SCREEN ACTORS DECIDE NOT TO BACK POLITICIANS
NYTimes - over 34 years
The board of the Screen Actors Guild voted 60 to 9 Monday night to continue the guild's traditional policy of not endorsing political candidates. The vote could be seen as a defeat for the guild's president, Edward Asner, who became embroiled in controversy last February when he headed a group of actors who sent $25,000 to buy medical supplies for
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BATTLING IT OUT IN HOLLYWOOD; by Sally Ogle Davis
NYTimes - almost 35 years
Sally Ogle Davis is a Los Angeles based writer. The day is almost over and in his CBS Studio Center office-dressing room on the edge of the San Fernando Valley, Ed Asner has spent most of it trying not to talk. For the 52-year-old actor, it's an unnatural act, but silence, or as close to it as he can manage, is the Screen Actors Guild president's
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SCREEN ACTORS PANEL STANDS BY ASNER
NYTimes - almost 35 years
While 100 members of the Screen Actors Guild picketed outside guild headquarters Wednesday night, the guild's board of directors passed a resolution reaffirming the right of Edward Asner, the guild's president, ''to speak out on political and/or public issues'' as an individual citizen and concluded that he had done nothing ''improper.'' Mr. Asner
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ASNER VOTED PRESIDENT OF SCREEN ACTORS GUILD
NYTimes - over 35 years
Edward Asner, seven-time Emmy Award-winning star of the ''Lou Grant'' television series, has been elected president of the Screen Actors Guild, despite charges that he lacked the time and background necessary to head the 50,000-member union. Mr. Asner, who has never held guild office, defeated the incumbent president, William Schallert, 9,689 votes
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Kent McCord
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2003
    Age 60
    In 2003, he ran for President of the Screen Actors Guild but lost to Melissa Gilbert by a margin of 42% to her 50%.
    More Details Hide Details McCord regularly played a judge in the CBS television military courtroom drama JAG throughout most of its run. McCord recently (Oct 2010) retired as a Reserve Police Officer from the Los Angeles School Police Department. He had attained the rank of Lieutenant before retiring.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1999
    Age 56
    In 1999 he was introduced to a new generation of fans as a semi-regular guest star on the science fiction television cult hit, Farscape.
    More Details Hide Details He played two versions (one human and one alien appearing in the physical form of the human) of the same character, Jack Crichton.
  • 1994
    Age 51
    From 1994 through 1995, McCord played the recurring role of Scott Keller on seaQuest DSV.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1990
    Age 47
    In 1990 McCord appeared in the film Predator 2 as Captain Pilgrim.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1982
    Age 39
    Also in 1982, McCord had a role as Dave Unger, a navigator on the "Lunar Shuttle" Mayflower in that year's big summer comedy Airplane II: The Sequel, McCord's only known comedy role.
    More Details Hide Details McCord re-teamed with Martin Milner, his co-star in "Adam-12", in the cable TV-movie Nashville Beat (1990), originally shown on the now defunct The Nashville Network. In this story that McCord partially wrote, he played an LAPD detective who teams up with his old partner (Milner) in Nashville.
    He was then pegged to play Jack Webb's partner (his Officer Jim Reed character from "Adam-12"), in another revival of Dragnet, but the project ended with Webb's death in 1982.
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  • 1980
    Age 37
    He served as 1st National Vice President and served on the National Board of Directors In 1980, McCord played the lead character Troy on the short-lived series Galactica 1980.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1972
    Age 29
    In 1972, McCord was elected to the National Board of Directors of the Screen Actors Guild and served on the Board for eleven years.
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  • 1968
    Age 25
    The popular show ran on NBC from 1968 to 1975 and made McCord a household name.
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    After working in a variety of secondary roles, he got his big break in 1968 when he was given a lead role next to Martin Milner as rookie LAPD police officer James A. "Jim" Reed on Adam-12, a police drama television series created by Jack Webb.
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  • 1967
    Age 24
    In Jack Webb's Dragnet 1967, he made a guest appearance as a novice undercover officer Paul Culver.
    More Details Hide Details Also as a uniformed officer in episode 2, "The Big Explosion", credited as Kent McWhirter.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1962
    Age 19
    McCord was born Kent Franklin McWhirter in Los Angeles, California. Using the stage name Kent McCord, he first appeared on television in 1962 on ABC's The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet.
    More Details Hide Details He became a close friend of Ricky Nelson and made a total of twelve appearances on the program over the next few years. He also landed small parts in three Elvis Presley films. He also appeared as a motorcycle courier in a McHale's Navy episode entiled "Monkey Business 007" under the name Kent McWhirter.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1942
    Born
    Born on September 26, 1942.
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