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Jesse Pearson (I) (1930–1979)


Jesse Pearson was born on August 18, 1930 in Seminole, Oklahoma, USA as Bobby Wayne Pearson. He was an actor, known for Bye Bye Birdie (1963), Advance to the Rear (1964) and The Norseman (1978). He died on December 5, 1979 in Monroe, Louisiana, USA. See full bio »

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 1978 The Norseman
Narrator (voice, as Jess Pearson)
 1964-1970 Death Valley Days (TV Series)
Jess Ivy / Frank Ball / Henry / ...
- The Mezcla Man (1970) ... Jess Ivy (as Jess Pearson)
- The World's Greatest Swimming Horse (1968) ... Frank Ball (as Jess Pearson)
- Courtship of Carrie Huntington (1966) ... Henry (as Jess Pearson)
- The Rider (1965) ... Jim Barnes (as Jess Pearson)
- The Last Stagecoach Robbery (1964) ... Joe
 1969 Bonanza (TV Series)
Ed
- Mrs. Wharton and the Lesser Breeds (1969) ... Ed (as Jess Pearson)
 1969 The Guns of Will Sonnett (TV Series)
Lieutenant Elder
- Join the Army (1969) ... Lieutenant Elder
 1966 The Road West (TV Series)
Neil Brubaker
- This Dry and Thirsty Land (1966) ... Neil Brubaker (as Jess Pearson)
 1965 12 O'Clock High (TV Series)
Sgt. Coleridge
- Mutiny at Ten Thousand Feet (1965) ... Sgt. Coleridge (as Jess Pearson)
 1964 The Beverly Hillbillies (TV Series)
Johnny Poke
- The Widow Poke Arrives (1964) ... Johnny Poke (voice)
- Teenage Idol (1964) ... Johnny Poke
 1964 Advance to the Rear
Cpl. Silas Geary
 1964 McHale's Navy (TV Series)
Harley Hatfield
- The Rage of Taratupa (1964) ... Harley Hatfield
 1964 The Great Adventure (TV Series)
Tom Jethro
- Teeth of the Lion (1964) ... Tom Jethro
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Other Works:

Album: Narrator of Rod McKuen's "The Sea" LP as recorded by the San Sebastian Strings,

Alternate Names:

A. Fabritzi | Jess Pearson | Jess E. Peer
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Wrote and directed the adult movies The Legend of Lady Blue (1978) and _Pro-Ball Cheerleader (1979)_. See more »

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