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Charles Welch (I) (1921–2004)

Charles Welch was born on February 2, 1921 in New Britain, Connecticut, USA. He was an actor, known for Gone Are the Days! (1963), Bad (1977) and Little Moon of Alban (1958). He died on July 16, 2004 in Oceanside, Long Island, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1994 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Father Francis
- Episode #1.7436 (1994) ... Father Francis
 1977 Bad
Blind Newsdealer
 1976 Kojak (TV Series)
Dugan
 1969 Some Kind of a Nut
Chuck - Bartender (uncredited)
 1966 Hawk (TV Series)
Microfilm Clerk
- The Man Who Owned Everyone (1966) ... Microfilm Clerk
 1966 A Fine Madness
Panhandler (uncredited)
 1965 Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV Series)
Joe Taylor
- Russian Roulette (1965) ... Joe Taylor (as Charles Welsh)
 1964 Little Moon of Alban (II) (TV Movie)
British Soldier
 1964 The Patty Duke Show (TV Series)
Postman
- The Wedding Anniversary Caper (1964) ... Postman (as Charles C. Welch)
 1964 Route 66 (TV Series)
Jake
- Is It True There Are Poxies at the Bottom of Landfair Lake? (1964) ... Jake (as Charles C. Welch)
 1963 Gone Are the Days!
Sheriff
 1958 Stage Struck
Joe Adams (uncredited)
 1958 Little Moon of Alban (TV Movie)
British Soldier
 1951 Out There (TV Series)
- Outer Limit (1951)
 1951 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
- Wintertime (1951)
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Alternate Names:

Charles C. Welch | Charles Welsh
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Began career in New York and appeared on Broadway, often in musicals, in "Make a Million," "Could 7," "Donnybrook," "Golden Boy," "Breakfast at Tiffany's," and "Shenandoah." See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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