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Gordon Oas-Heim (1926–2015)

Gordon Oas-Heim was born on September 16, 1926 in Caribou, Minnesota, USA. He was an actor, known for Color Me Blood Red (1965), Bad (1977) and Moonshine Mountain (1964). He died on June 5, 2015 in Woodland Hills, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1987 Warm Hearts, Cold Feet (TV Movie)
Reporter #1
 1987 New Monkees (TV Series)
Manford, the Butler
- Weather the Storm (1987) ... Manford, the Butler
- Meet the Pope (1987) ... Manford, the Butler
- Minister Bob ... Manford, the Butler
- Test Tube Tube ... Manford, the Butler
- Don't Touch That Dial ... Manford, the Butler
 1982 Quincy M.E. (TV Series)
2nd Reporter
- Science for Sale (1982) ... 2nd Reporter
 1981 CHiPs (TV Series)
- Suicide Stunt (1981) ... Garfield
 1981 Dallas (TV Series)
- Ewing vs. Ewing (1981)
 1979 Diff'rent Strokes (TV Series)
Mr. Hanlon
- Hot Watch (1979) ... Mr. Hanlon
 1979 You Can't Go Home Again (TV Movie)
 1978 The Greek Tycoon
Government official
 1977 Bad
Mr. Aiken
 1966 Nashville Rebel
Wesley Lang
 1965 Color Me Blood Red
Adam Sorg (as Don Joseph)
 1964 Moonshine Mountain
Sheriff Asa Potter (as Adam Sorg)

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Was in the ensemble in the stage adaptation of Brendan Behan's memoir "Borstal Boy," directed by Eugene O'Sullivan at the Academy Playhouse (later Academy Festival Theatre) in Lake Forest, IL. Others in the cast were Mark Lamos, Danny Sewell, James D. O'Reilly, Gary Houston, Gary Koppel, Will Cleary, Terry Lomax, Paul Jott, ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Don Joseph | Gordon Oas-Heaim | Adam Sorg

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He was nominated for a 1974 Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance in Clifford Odets' play, "Awake and Sing" at the Academy Festival Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.

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