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Roy Goldman (II) (1932–2009)

Roy Goldman was born on March 3, 1932 in New York, USA as Roy Morris Goldman. He was an actor, known for M*A*S*H (1972), To Be or Not to Be (1983) and Sherlock Holmes in New York (1976). He was married to Lois D Heinrich. He died on September 1, 2009 in Santa Monica, California, USA. See full bio »

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M*A*S*H Roy Goldman / Corpsman / Bartender / Corpsmans / Enlisted Man / Man in Jeep / Orderly / Snapshooting Corpsman / Tray Dropper
To Be or Not to Be
Sherlock Holmes in New York
At Long Last Love
At Long Last Love Blocking the View Dancer


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 1973-1983 M*A*S*H (TV Series)
Roy Goldman / Corpsman / Bartender / ...
- Sons and Bowlers (1982) ... Roy Goldman (uncredited)
 1976 Sherlock Holmes in New York (TV Movie)
Workman #2
 1975 At Long Last Love
Blocking the View Dancer
 1965-1971 Hogan's Heroes (TV Series)
POW / German Camp Guard
- Hogan's Double Life (1971) ... POW (uncredited)
- It's Dynamite (1970) ... POW (uncredited)
- Cuisine à la Stalag 13 (1970) ... POW (uncredited)
- The Sergeant's Analyst (1970) ... POW (uncredited)
- Is There a Traitor in the House? (1969) ... POW (uncredited)

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Roy Goldman appeared in the opening title montage of Hogan's Heroes, essentially making him part of the cast of every episode. See more »

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