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Billy Chapin (I) (1943–2016)


Billy Chapin was born on December 28, 1943 in Los Angeles, California, USA as William McClellan Chapin. He was an actor, known for The Night of the Hunter (1955), Tobor the Great (1954) and Violent Saturday (1955). He died on December 2, 2016 in the USA. See full bio »

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(age 72) in USA

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(1955)
Tobor the Great Brian Roberts
(1954)
Violent Saturday Steve Martin
(1955)
Naked Alibi Petey
(1954)

Filmography

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 1956-1959 Fury (TV Series)
Vic Rockwell / Louis Baxter Jr. / Lewis Baxter
- The Rocketeers (1959) ... Vic Rockwell
- The Test (1956) ... Louis Baxter Jr.
- The Boy Scout Story (1956) ... Lewis Baxter
 1959 Leave It to Beaver (TV Series)
Pete Fletcher
- The Grass Is Always Greener (1959) ... Pete Fletcher
 1958 The Californians (TV Series)
Joey
- The Marshal (1958) ... Joey
 1958 The Adventures of McGraw (TV Series)
Tommy Cassady
- Friend of the Court (1958) ... Tommy Cassady
 1954-1957 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Buddy / Gaston / Jeremy
- Old Witch, Old Witch (1957) ... Buddy
- The Last Confession (1955) ... Gaston
- Pick of the Litter (1954) ... Jeremy
 1957 Panic! (TV Series)
Tommy Williams
- The Boy (1957) ... Tommy Williams
 1957 Zane Grey Theater (TV Series)
Billy Morrison
- Black Creek Encounter (1957) ... Billy Morrison
 1957 The Ford Television Theatre (TV Series)
Billy Curran
- Ringside Seat (1957) ... Billy Curran
 1956 Crossroads (TV Series)
Jerry
- Tenement Saint (1956) ... Jerry
 1956 Tension at Table Rock
Jody Burrows
 1956 Climax! (TV Series)
Billy
- A Trophy for Howard Davenport (1956) ... Billy
 1956 TV Reader's Digest (TV Series)
Christopher Kent
- Lost, Strayed, and Lonely (1956) ... Christopher Kent
 1956 Ford Star Jubilee (TV Series)
 1955 My Friend Flicka (TV Series)
Billy Rawlins
- Silver Saddle (1955) ... Billy Rawlins
 1955 The Millionaire (TV Series)
Tommy Bryan
- The Tom Bryan Story (1955) ... Tommy Bryan
 1955 General Electric Theater (TV Series)
Jeff Wheeler
- Outpost at Home (1955) ... Jeff Wheeler
 1955 Cheyenne (TV Series)
Tommy Scott
- Julesburg (1955) ... Tommy Scott
 1955 Celebrity Playhouse (TV Series)
- Day of the Trial (1955)
 1955 The Night of the Hunter
John Harper
 1955 Violent Saturday
Steve Martin
 1955 A Man Called Peter
Peter John Marshall
 1955 Stage 7 (TV Series)
Todd Jennings
- The Greatest Man in the World (1955) ... Todd Jennings
 1954 There's No Business Like Show Business
Steve - Age 10 (uncredited)
 1954 Naked Alibi
Petey
 1954 Waterfront (TV Series)
Teddy / Teddy Herrick
- Cap'n Long John (1954) ... Teddy
- Sunken Treasure (1954) ... Teddy Herrick
 1954 Tobor the Great
Brian Roberts
 1954 The Loretta Young Show (TV Series)
Robbie Thorne
- The New York Story (1954) ... Robbie Thorne
 1953-1954 Dragnet (TV Series)
Richard Kessler / Joseph Heffernan
- The Big Children (1954) ... Richard Kessler
- The Big Little Jesus (1953) ... Joseph Heffernan
 1953 Topper (TV Series)
Timmy Welch
- The Kid (1953) ... Timmy Welch
 1953 The Kid from Left Field
Christie Cooper
 1953 Affair with a Stranger
Timmy
 1952 Chevron Theatre (TV Series)
- Right to Hate (1952)
 1952 Celanese Theatre (TV Series)
Pud
- On Borrowed Time (1952) ... Pud
 1946 The Cockeyed Miracle
Boy (uncredited)
 1944 Casanova Brown
The Brown's Baby Girl (uncredited)
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Was on stage already as a toddler and made his theatrical debut properly in the 1951 play "Three Wishes for Jamie" on Broadway. For this performance he won the N.Y. Drama Critics Award as the most promising young actor of the year. See more »

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