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Date of Birth 6 November 1924Michigan City, Indiana, USA
Date of Death 8 November 1993Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth NameCharles Richard Cathcart

Mini Bio (1)

Dick Cathcart was born on November 6, 1924 in Michigan City, Indiana, USA as Charles Richard Cathcart. He was an actor, known for Dragnet (1954), -30- (1959) and Pete Kelly's Blues (1955). He was married to Peggy Lennon and Pamela Drake. He died on November 8, 1993 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Spouse (2)

Peggy Lennon (24 May 1964 - 8 November 1993) (his death) (6 children)
Pamela Drake (28 October 1951 - ?) (annulled) (3 children)

Trivia (2)

Brother-in-law of Dianne Lennon, Kathy Lennon and Janet Lennon.
Jazz trumpeter, originally with the big band of Ray McKinley. Worked in Hollywood during the 50's, notably dubbing for star Jack Webb in "Pete Kelley's Blues" (both the 1952 radio series and the 1955 motion picture). He also dubbed for William Reynolds in the subsequent TV series.

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