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Robert Culp was a popular leading actor best known for his work in television. He starred as Kelly Robinson in the popular espionage series I Spy with Bill Cosby from 1965 to 1968, earning three Emmy Award nominations for his acting on the series and one for scripting an episode. He later starred as government agent Bill Maxwell in the super-hero adventure series The Greatest American Hero with William Katt from 1981 to 1983.
Culp was born in Oakland, California, on August 16, 1930, and began his career on stage in New York City in the early 1950s. He was soon appearing frequently on television, and starred as Texas Ranger Hoby Gilman in the western series Trackdown from 1957 to 1959. He was also seen in episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Chevy Mystery Show, the 1960 Shirley Temple’s Storybook production of The House of the Seven Gables, several episodes of the science fiction anthology The Outer Limits »
While the announcement that Christopher Meloni is leaving Law & Order Svu after next season has clearly been the biggest piece of casting news facing this series, it's been shoved into the background recently due to a slew of guest-starring bookings.
We can also now confirm that veteran actresses Ann-Margret and former Jaclyn Smith will come on board the long-running series in the near future.
Executive producer Neal Baer tells TV Guide that Margret will portray "a star of commercials that were made in the '70s" and will be joined in the episode by Smith, who he adds will play "a retired cop who works with Benson and Stabler to solve an old crime."
Just call the episode "Charlie's Angels thirty years later," Baer joked. »
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