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Crane Jackson (1933–2002)


Crane Jackson (aka Daniel David Dreis) graduated from Florida State University studying Drama and Communications. He grew up in south Florida and became a radio DJ working in Sheveport (LA) and Washington (DC) following graduation. Catching the acting bug, he did several years of summer stock, then moved to NYC to work in various off-Broadway ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Octagon
The Octagon House Detective
(1980)
Punchline
Punchline Second Faculty Examiner
(1988)
Something Evil
Something Evil Neighbor
(1972)
In the Mood
In the Mood Reporter #2 in Front Yard
(1987)

Filmography

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 1988 Punchline
Second Faculty Examiner
 1987 In the Mood
Reporter #2 in Front Yard
 1982 Deadly Alliance
Giovanni
 1980 The Octagon
House Detective
 1979 The Ordeal of Patty Hearst (TV Movie)
Police Captain
 1979 Happy Days (TV Series)
Hank
- Married Strangers (1979) ... Hank
 1978 The Next Step Beyond (TV Series)
Doctor
- Drums at Midnight ... Doctor
 1977 Wonderbug (TV Series)
- Oil or Nothing (1977)
 1977 Fernwood Tonight (TV Series)
Congressman Robert Chambers
- Congressman Chambers (1977) ... Congressman Robert Chambers
 1977 A Sensitive, Passionate Man (TV Movie)
Lou
 1976 W.C. Fields and Me (uncredited)
 1975 Lepke
First Judge
 1974 Black Starlet
Bar Owner
 1974 The Magician (TV Series)
Dr. Reston
- The Illusion of the Deadly Conglomerate (1974) ... Dr. Reston
 1973 The Lie (TV Movie)
 1973 The Six Million Dollar Man (TV Movie)
Dr. No. 3 (uncredited)
 1972 Something Evil (TV Movie)
Neighbor
 1971 Mannix (TV Series)
Grimmon
- Round Trip to Nowhere (1971) ... Grimmon
 1961 The Young Savages
Minor Role (uncredited)
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Jackson founded Theater Rapport, an actors workshop and performance center in L.A., where he produced over 125 plays over the 30-year period 1972--2002.

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