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Luke Halpin

Luke Austin Halpin was born in Astoria, Queens, New York, the youngest of three children of Helen Joan (Szczepanski) and Eugene A. Halpin. His father was of Irish and German descent, and his maternal grandparents were Polish. Luke's acting career started when a music teacher encouraged him to try out acting. Luke turned out to be a natural; his ... See full bio »

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 1996 Flipper
Bounty Fisherman #3
 1993 Extralarge: Diamonds (TV Movie)
 1993 Key West (TV Series)
Crocodile Chuck
- Compadres (1993) ... Crocodile Chuck
 1993 Matinee
Man in Crowd
 1986 Aladdin
Basketball trainer (uncredited)
 1986 Miami Vice (TV Series)
Det. Frankel
- Forgive Us Our Debts (1986) ... Det. Frankel (uncredited)
 1985 Trinity: Good Guys and Bad Guys
Leader of the Thieves in the Bus
 1981 Nobody's Perfekt
 1981 Eyes of a Stranger
Tape Editor
 1980 Angel City (TV Movie)
Gas Station Attendant
 1980 The Ordeal of Dr. Mudd (TV Movie)
 1979 Hot Stuff
Holdup Man #2
 1979 Mr. No Legs
Ken Wilson
 1977 Shock Waves
 1976 Mako: The Jaws of Death
3rd Patrolman
 1975 Caribe (TV Series)
Eric Bates
- School for Killers (1975) ... Eric Bates
 1974 Salty (TV Series)
- Hostage (1974)
 1972 Primus (TV Series)
- Death Tide (1972) ... Greg
 1969 Bracken's World (TV Series)
Ben Cabot Jr.
- All the Beautiful Young Girls (1969) ... Ben Cabot Jr.
 1968 Death Valley Days (TV Series)
Sandy King
- A Mule... Like the Army's Mule (1968) ... Sandy King
 1968 Judd for the Defense (TV Series)
Kenny Carter
- The Worst of Both Worlds (1968) ... Kenny Carter
 1963 East Side/West Side (TV Series)
Teenager in the street
- No Wings at All (1963) ... Teenager in the street
 1962 Naked City (TV Series)
Kid #2
 1962 Everglades (TV Series)
Cappy Royal
- Curtains for Kocomo (1962) ... Cappy Royal
 1962 The Defenders (TV Series)
Paul Haber
- The Tarnished Cross (1962) ... Paul Haber
 1961 Route 66 (TV Series)
Bobby Krassek
- Welcome to Amity (1961) ... Bobby Krassek
 1961 Play of the Week (TV Series)
The Boy
- Waiting for Godot (1961) ... The Boy
- Black Monday (1961)
 1960 Peter Pan (TV Special)
Second Twin
 1960 The Robert Herridge Theater (TV Series)
- The Stone Boy (1960) ... Arnold
 1960 The Stone Boy (TV Movie)
 1958 Young Dr. Malone (TV Series)
Pete Ferris (1960)
 1958 Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates (TV Movie)
 1958 Harbormaster (TV Series)
Peter Nelson
- Pirate's Curse (1958) ... Peter Nelson
 1957 Annie Get Your Gun (TV Movie)
Little Jake Oakley
 1955-1957 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Frank Clarke / Johnny / Brucie
- A Matter of Guilt (1957) ... Frank Clarke
- My Son Johnny (1956) ... Johnny
- Miracle at Potter's Farm (1955) ... Brucie
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Stage Play: Take Me Along. Musical comedy. Book by Joseph Stein and Robert Russell. Based on the play "Ah, Wilderness" by Eugene O'Neill. Music by Bob Merrill. Lyrics by Bob Merrill. Musical Director: Lehman Engel. Vocal arrangements by Lehman Engel. Ballet and incidental music by Laurence Rosenthal. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. ... See more »


5' 10" (1.78 m)

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After the success of the first movie "Flipper", Luke was cast in the lead role in the sequel "Flipper's New Adventure" which was filmed into early 1964 but released in summer that year just before the debut of Season 1 of the Flipper TV series. Producer Ivan Tors had already negotiated the TV series with NBC during the filming of FNA but needed to submit a pilot episode. The pilot was filmed ... See more »


Known for his mop of beach blond hair that would fall on his face and he'd flip back See more »

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