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Jeffrey Silver was born on February 25, 1937 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He is an actor, known for The Young Stranger (1957), The Outsider (1961) and The Charles Farrell Show (1956). See full bio »
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 1961 The Outsider
 1960 Father Knows Best (TV Series)
- Bud, the Speculator (1960) ... Eddie (as Jeff Silver)
 1959 Bachelor Father (TV Series)
Randy Maybrook
- Kelly: The Golddigger (1959) ... Randy Maybrook (as Jeff Silver)
 1956-1958 The Bob Cummings Show (TV Series)
Jimmy Lloyd
- Bob Becomes a Stage Uncle (1958) ... Jimmy Lloyd (as Jeff Silver)
- Chuck at College (1957) ... Jimmy Lloyd
- The Double Date (1956) ... Jimmy Lloyd (as Jeff Silver)
- The Beautiful Psychologist (1956) ... Jimmy Lloyd (as Jeff Silver)
- The Wolf Who Came to Dinner (1956) ... Jimmy Lloyd (as Jeff Silver)
 1957 The Young Stranger
Jerry Doyle
 1956 Dr. Christian (TV Series)
- The Thin Line (1956)
 1956 The Charles Farrell Show (TV Series)
- The Soft Touch (1956) ... Rodney
- Hamburger Heaven (1956) ... Rodney
- The Cactus Casanova (1956) ... Rodney
- Fashion Show (1956) ... Rodney
- Love and Marriage (1956) ... Rodney
 1956 The Young Guns
Burro (uncredited)
 1956 Studio 57 (TV Series)
- The Baxter Boy (1956) ... (as Jeff Silver)
 1956 Gunsmoke (TV Series)
- Yorky (1956) ... Yorky (as Jeff Silver)
 1956 Captain Z-Ro (TV Series)
- Hernando Cortez (1956) ... (uncredited)
 1955 The People's Choice (TV Series)
- Nature Study (1955) ... Don (as Jeff Silver)
 1955 Cheyenne (TV Series)
Stew Davis
- Mountain Fortress (1955) ... Stew Davis (as Jeff Silver)
 1953-1955 The Loretta Young Show (TV Series)
Eugene / Newsboy
- Reunion (1955) ... Eugene (as Jeff Silver)
- Prisoner at One O'Clock (1953) ... Newsboy
 1955 Climax! (TV Series)
- Deal a Blow (1955) ... Jerry (as Jeff Silver)
 1955 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Supporting Player
- Skelton Goes Back to School (1955) ... Supporting Player
 1955 Waterfront (TV Series)
Harry Baker Jr.
- Sea Explorers (1955) ... Harry Baker Jr. (as Jeff Silver)
 1954 Dragnet (TV Series)
Gene Graff
- The Big Kid (1954) ... Gene Graff (as Jeff Silver)
- The Big Youngster (1954) ... (as Jeff Silver)
 1954 Meet Corliss Archer (TV Series)
- Harry Gives Advice (1954) ... Morton (as Jeff Silver)
 1953 Your Favorite Story (TV Series)
- Vice Versa (1953) ... (as Jeff Silver)
 1953 Space Patrol (TV Series)
- Space Mail Robbery (1953) ... Rudy
 1953 Peter Pan
Lost Boy (voice, uncredited)
 1950-1951 The Bigelow Theatre (TV Series)
- T.K.O. (1951)
- Papa Romani (1950)
 1950 The Silver Theatre (TV Series)
- Papa Romani (1950) ... (as Jeff Silver)

Personal Details

Other Works:

He was the last boy to play the part of "Alexander Bumstead" on the radio program, "Blondie", from 1948 through 1950. He also played the part of Fannie Brice's boyfriend on the "Baby Snooks" radio program and the part of "Butch" of the Beverly Hills Beavers on the "Jack Benny Show."

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He made his professional radio debut in Cleveland on NBC in "The Ohio Story." He later arrived in Hollywood in August of 1948. See more »

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