2 wins & 1 nomination.
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... Dr. McCoy (voice, credit only)
Dr. McCoy / Dr. Leonard McCoy
Death Valley Days
Elliott Webster / Martin - Prisoner / Clint Rogers / ...
Dr. David Ingram
Tully / Dr. Michael Jons / Captain Moss Johnson
Jack / Bart Collins
Bob Harcourt Jr. / H. Norbert Willis
Bent Carr / Sam White
Shep Harlow / Frank Briggs
Eddie Robbins / Philip Conroy
Tom Dooley / Ed Crow / Brock Childers / ...
Curley Burne (as De Forest Kelley)
Police Sgt. Miller / Detective
Detective Lt. Johnny Wright
Deputy Don Reason
Captain Smithwick / Corporal
You Are There
Soldier / Al Hammill / Maj. Bremen / ...
Alfred / Ted Lance
Edward Clary (as DeForest Kelly)
Bob Vogelin / Lloyd Allen
The Lone Ranger
Doctor Barnes / Sheriff / Bob Kittredge
- Gold Train
... Sheriff (as De Forest Kelley)
Dr. Sherman (uncredited)
Lt. Glenson (uncredited)
(mid-1970s) Album: Appears on Gene Roddenberry
's LP "Inside Star Trek" on which he is interviewed by Roddenberry.
2 Print Biographies |
9 Interviews |
3 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
6 Magazine Cover Photos |
De Forest Kelley | De Forrest Kelley | DeForrest Kelley | Deforest Kelley | De Kelley | DeForest Kelly
5' 10½" (1.79 m)
Did You Know?
[on why he chose to play Dr. McCoy instead of Mr. Spock on Star Trek
(1966)] I wouldn't have been anywhere near Leonard Nimoy
. He's marvelous.
When Star Trek
(1966) first aired, he had - unlike most of his co-stars - already been a professional actor for more than 20 years (although he did not look that at the time, he was more than a decade older than most of the cast).
Catchphrase: "I'm a Doctor, not a..." said whenever McCoy was forced to do something he was unfamiliar with.