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Russell Nype

Russell Nype was born on April 26, 1924 in Zion, Illinois, USA. He is an actor, known for Fantasy Island (1977), Murder, She Wrote (1984) and Love Story (1970). See full bio »
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Known For

Fantasy Island
Fantasy Island Donald McKenzie / Joe Ogden
(1981-1982)
Murder, She Wrote
Murder, She Wrote Rev. Henry Fordyce
(1989)
Love Story
Love Story Dean Thompson
(1970)
Dorothy
Dorothy Burton Foley
(1979)

Filmography

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 1991 Who's the Boss? (TV Series)
Mr. Baker
- This Sold House (1991) ... Mr. Baker
 1989 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Rev. Henry Fordyce
- Fire Burn, Cauldron Bubble (1989) ... Rev. Henry Fordyce
 1989 The Cosby Show (TV Series)
Mr. Traugett
- Mrs. Huxtable Goes to Kindergarten (1989) ... Mr. Traugett
 1985 The Stuff
Richards
 1983 Balboa
Senator Highsmith
 1982 One Day at a Time (TV Series)
Mr. Kenton
- Pride and Privacy: Part 2 (1982) ... Mr. Kenton
 1981-1982 Fantasy Island (TV Series)
Joe Ogden / Donald McKenzie
- My Late Lover/Sanctuary (1981) ... Donald McKenzie
 1982 Morning's at Seven (TV Movie)
David Crampton
 1980 Can't Stop the Music
Richard Montgomery
 1979 Dorothy (TV Series)
Burton Foley
- Give My Regrets to Broadway (1979) ... Burton Foley
- Lies and Whispers (1979) ... Burton Foley
- Hard Hearted Hamlet (1979) ... Burton Foley
- The Bookworm Turns (1979) ... Burton Foley
 1970 Love Story
Dean Thompson
 1968 Kiss Me Kate (TV Movie)
 1964 Look Up and Live (TV Series)
Basil
- Utopia, Ltd. (1964) ... Basil
 1961 Frontiers of Faith (TV Series)
 1961 The DuPont Show with June Allyson (TV Series)
Andrew Harwell
- The Man Who Wanted Everything Perfect (1961) ... Andrew Harwell (as Russell H. Nype)
 1961 The Aquanauts (TV Series)
Norvel Jones
- The Tidal Wave Adventure (1961) ... Norvel Jones
 1960 Startime (TV Series)
Steve Boyle
- The Greatest Man Alive (1960) ... Steve Boyle
 1959 Omnibus (TV Series)
 1955 Appointment with Adventure (TV Series)
- The Big Mistake (1955)
 1955 One Touch of Venus (TV Movie)
Rodney Hatch
 1953 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
 1951 Faith Baldwin Romance Theatre (TV Series)
- Black Sheep (1951)
- I'm Not for You (1951)
 1949 Tonight on Broadway (TV Series)
- Regina (1949)
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Stage Play: Hello, Dolly! Musical comedy. Book by Michael Stewart. Music by Jerry Herman. Lyrics by Jerry Herman. Suggested by "The Matchmaker" by Thornton Wilder. Musical Director: Shepard Coleman. Vocal arrangements by Shepard Coleman. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Dance and incidental music arranged by Peter Howard. ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Russell H. Nype
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In 1962, he was signed to star in a TV series about a Maine minister called "Boone Bay Harbor". Although at least one script and 26 plot outlines for the proposed series were written, the proposed pilot for the series was never filmed. See more »

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