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Mark Dempsey (I) (1936–1994)

Mark Dempsey was born on January 29, 1936 in West Hollywood, California, USA as Herbert Lee Dempsey. He was an actor, known for Oh! Calcutta! (1972), Valley of the Dragons (1961) and Palm Springs Weekend (1963). He died on April 5, 1994 in Seattle, Washington, USA. See full bio »

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Oh! Calcutta!
Oh! Calcutta! Alfred / Dr. Jaspers / Various Roles
Valley of the Dragons
To Cross the Rubicon
To Cross the Rubicon Alan Broadmore


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 1993 Northern Exposure (TV Series)
- Northern Lights (1993) ... Jim
 1991 To Cross the Rubicon
Alan Broadmore
 1989 Bergerac (TV Series)
- The Other Woman (1989) ... Barman
 1983 The Prodigal
Doyle Fredericks
 1978 Potter's Picture Palace (TV Series)
Desmond Bagshaw
- One of Our Spaceships Is Missing (1978) ... Desmond Bagshaw
 1972 Oh! Calcutta!
Alfred / Dr. Jaspers / Various Roles
 1967 Star Trek (TV Series)
Air Force Captain
- Tomorrow Is Yesterday (1967) ... Air Force Captain
 1964 Perry Mason (TV Series)
Norman Ames
- The Case of the Capering Camera (1964) ... Norman Ames
 1963 77 Sunset Strip (TV Series)
Sam Nilson / Ralph Ames / 'Tuck' Turner
- By His Own Verdict (1963) ... Sam Nilson
- The Heartbeat Caper (1963) ... Ralph Ames
- Flight 307 (1963) ... 'Tuck' Turner
 1963 Palm Springs Weekend
 1963 Hawaiian Eye (TV Series)
Van Stewart
- Boar Hunt (1963) ... Van Stewart
 1962 G.E. True (TV Series)
Ernie Adams
- The Last Day (1962) ... Ernie Adams
 1961 Valley of the Dragons

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At the time of his death on April 4, 1994 (in Seattle) he was working on a book, "Lost Theatres of Washington State." The extensive research materials he assembled for this project are now in the collection of the Museum of History & Industry in Seattle. See more »

Alternate Names:

Herbert L. Dempsey

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