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Buddy Farmer

Buddy Farmer is an actor, known for M*A*S*H (1972), Wanted: Dead or Alive (1987) and Brothers in Arms (1988). See full bio »
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M*A*S*H M.P.
Brothers in Arms
The Fall Guy
The Fall Guy Ed Catcher


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 1997 Profiler (TV Series)
- Shattered Silence (1997) ... Kronenberg
 1989 Designing Women (TV Series)
D.B. LeBoot
- Stand and Fight (1989) ... D.B. LeBoot
 1984 Finder of Lost Loves (TV Series)
Tracker Number Two
- White Lies (1984) ... Tracker Number Two
 1984 Matt Houston (TV Series)
- Vanished (1984) ... Commander
 1983 Voyagers! (TV Series)
Stagehand #1
- Destiny's Choice (1983) ... Stagehand #1
 1983/II Happy Endings (TV Movie)
Moving Man
 1983 The Powers of Matthew Star (TV Series)
Henchman #1
- 36 Hours (1983) ... Henchman #1
 1983 Dallas (TV Series)
- Requiem (1983)
 1982 The Fall Guy (TV Series)
Ed Catcher
- Mighty Myron (1982) ... Ed Catcher
 1982 M*A*S*H (TV Series)
- Foreign Affairs (1982) ... M.P.
 1982 Lou Grant (TV Series)
Danny Evanston
- Obituary (1982) ... Danny Evanston
 1981 Mr. Merlin (TV Series)
The Policeman
- Pilot (1981) ... The Policeman
 1981 Stand by Your Man (TV Movie)
 1981 Fallen Angel (TV Movie)
 1981 Walking Tall (TV Series)
- Company Town (1981) ... Miner
 1980 The Last Song (TV Movie)
 1979 Death Car on the Freeway (TV Movie) (as Buddy H. Farmer)
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