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Ron Hayes

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Born Feb 26, 1929

Ronald G. Hayes was an American television actor who, as an activist in the environmental movement, worked for the establishment of the first Earth Day, observed on April 22, 1970. He was a member of the Sierra Club and a founder of the ecological interest group Wilderness World. In his acting career, Hayes appeared primarily on Westerns, but he also had starring or recurring roles in several series, including The Everglades, The Rounders, and Lassie.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1929 Birth Born on February 26, 1929.

TWENTIES

1952 23 Years Old Hayes was born to Sam Hayes and the former Marion de Rode Brune in San Francisco, California. Both parents were heavily involved in the theater and acting. Hayes graduated in 1952 from nearby Stanford University in Palo Alto with a degree in foreign relations. … Read More
1957 28 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1957, Hayes moved with his wife, Joan, and their three children, Vanessa (born 1952), Peter, and Heidi, to Hollywood to launch an acting career.

THIRTIES

1960 31 Years Old …  From 1960-1964, Hayes appeared as different characters in eight episodes of Wagon Train.
1961 32 Years Old In the 1961-1962 season, Hayes appeared in all 38 episodes as Lincoln Vail, officer of Florida's Everglades County Patrol, in the half-hour syndicated adventure series The Everglades.
1964 35 Years Old In 1964, he appeared once on John Gavin's Destry as Jethro Jellico in "Blood Brother-in-law".
1965 36 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1965, he appeared as Jamie Brewster in the episode "A Long Way Home" of Robert Horton's ABC series A Man Called Shenandoah.
1966 37 Years Old From 1966, Hayes co-starred as Ben Jones in M-G-M's short-lived ABC comedy-Western series The Rounders about cowpokes on a Texas cattle ranch, with Chill Wills as rancher Jim Ed Love and Patrick Wayne, a son of John Wayne, in the role of Howdy Lewis. … Read More
1967 38 Years Old In 1967, Hayes appeared twice as George Moran on NBC in the "Gallegher" episodes of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color, with Roger Mobley in the title role. … Read More
1968 39 Years Old Hayes remained in demand for appearances on television westerns, having guest starred twice in 1968-1969 on NBC's The High Chaparral in the episodes "Threshold of Courage" and "A Fella Called Kilroy". … Read More

FORTIES

1969 40 Years Old From 1969-1972, after Robert Bray, as Forest Ranger Corey Stuart, had departed the series, Hayes appeared seven times on CBS's Lassie, six of those in 1971-1972 in the role of rancher Garth Holden. … Read More

FIFTIES

1979 50 Years Old In 1979, Hayes portrayed a Sheriff Pinter in Arness's ABC series How the West Was Won. … Read More
1980 51 Years Old His last recurring work was as Hank Johnson in 1980-1981 in six episodes of CBS's prime time soap opera Dallas.
1983 54 Years Old Thereafter, in 1983, he appeared as Tim Coulton in "Children of Jamestown" of NBC's The A-Team starring George Peppard. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

2004 76 Years Old Died on October 1, 2004.
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