Barry Coe (I) (1934–2019)


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Barry Coe was born on November 26, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Barry Clark Heacock. He was an actor, known for Jaws 2 (1978), Peyton Place (1957) and The 300 Spartans (1962). He was married to Jorunn Kristiansen. He died on July 16, 2019 in Palm Desert, California. See full bio »

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Jaws 2 Andrews
(1978)
Peyton Place Rodney Harrington
(1957)
(1962)
A Private's Affair Jerry Morgan
(1959)

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 1978 Jaws 2
Andrews
 1977 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)
Harvey's Father
- The Pinballs (1977) ... Harvey's Father
 1977 MacArthur
Television Reporter
 1976 Arthur Hailey's the Moneychangers (TV Mini Series)
TV Newsman
- Part IV (1976) ... TV Newsman
 1975 The Mary Tyler Moore Show (TV Series)
Steve
- Murray in Love (1975) ... Steve
 1973 Doctor Death: Seeker of Souls
Fred Saunders
 1972 One Minute Before Death
Joseph Hudson
 1971 The Seven Minutes
Court Clerk (uncredited)
 1971 Mission: Impossible (TV Series)
Bob Willard
- The Missile (1971) ... Bob Willard
 1970 Bracken's World (TV Series)
Assistant Director
- Will Freddy's Real Father Please Stand Up? (1970) ... Assistant Director
- Infinity (1970) ... Assistant Director
- Hey, Gringo... Hey, Pocho (1970) ... Assistant Director
- Together Again, for the Last Time (1970) ... Assistant Director
- Jenny, Who Bombs Buildings (1970) ... Assistant Director
 1966 Fantastic Voyage
Communications Aide
 1966 The Cat
Walt Kilby
 1966 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (TV Series)
Balter
- The Monster's Web (1966) ... Balter
 1965 A Letter to Nancy
Pastor Bob Allen
 1963 General Hospital (TV Series)
Joel Stratton #1 (1974)
 1962 Bonanza (TV Series)
Clay Stafford
- The First Born (1962) ... Clay Stafford
 1962 The 300 Spartans
Phylon
 1961-1962 Follow the Sun (TV Series)
Ben Gregory
- Chalk One Up for Johnny (1962) ... Ben Gregory
- Run, Clown, Run (1962) ... Ben Gregory
- Not Aunt Charlotte! (1962) ... Ben Gregory
- A Ghost in Her Gazebo (1962) ... Ben Gregory (credit only)
- The Inhuman Equation (1962) ... Ben Gregory
 1960 The Wizard of Baghdad
Prince Husan
 1960 One Foot in Hell
Stu Christian
 1959 But Not for Me
Gordon Reynolds
 1959 A Private's Affair
Jerry Morgan
 1958 The Bravados
Tom
 1958 Thundering Jets
Capt. 'Cotton' Davis
 1957 Peyton Place
Rodney Harrington
 1955-1957 The 20th Century-Fox Hour (TV Series)
Pappy Creighton / John Apley
- Deep Water (1957) ... Pappy Creighton
- The Late George Apley (1955) ... John Apley
 1956 Love Me Tender
Mr. Davis
 1956 Cheyenne (TV Series)
Train Passenger
- The Last Train West (1956) ... Train Passenger (uncredited)
 1956 D-Day the Sixth of June
Helmsman (uncredited)
 1956 On the Threshold of Space
Communications Officer
 1955 How to Be Very, Very Popular
Student (uncredited)
 1955 House of Bamboo
Captain Hanson's Aide (uncredited)
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His father Francis Elmer "Frank" Heacock, a writer and publicist for Warner Brothers, was killed in an auto accident in North Hollywood, CA, April 5, 1940. See more »

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