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Myron Healey (1923–2005)

American actor and occasional screenwriter. One of the most frequently seen heavies in films and television programs of the 1950s, his name is nevertheless well known only to buffs. Occasionally he played minor leads and sympathetic characters, but his stern good looks and rich deep voice made him a memorable villain, particularly in Westerns. See full bio »

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Alternate Names:

Michael Healey | Myron D. Healey | Michael Healy | Myron D. Healy | Myron Healy

Height:

6' 1" (1.85 m)
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There's much more leeway in playing a heavy, you can get more out of the role. With the existing dialogue, you get more of a chance to pull things out of it . . . character and personality. With a heavy, you just play it straight and it's just plain interesting, the fact that you're not a nice guy.

Trivia:

Remembered as being the man who gives Robert Horton 20 lashes with a bullwhip in the TV series episode Wagon Train: The Traitor (1961), broadcast 13 December 1961. See more »

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