Starred in a sitcom pilot for CBS called "Rome, Sweet Rome" where he played an innocent American living in the Eternal City.
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5' 9" (1.75 m)
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[on receiving the script for The Incredible Hulk
(1978) pilot] I didn't even like the title. I wanted to make fun of it because of its name. I told my agent, "You've got to be kidding!" when he suggested I might be interested in it. He said, "Read it!" and so I took it home and thanks to his intelligence, I did read it. Right away I knew this could be done in the style of the monster pictures or ...
was the primary guest star on the very first episode of The Incredible Hulk
(1978). Through much of the 1980s, Bill Bixby and Susan Sullivan were considered the king or queen, respectively, of quality television movies, series and mini-series of that period.
Every one of his characters had a likable, mild-mannered personality.