Pete Duel (1940–1971)


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Born on 24 February 1940 in Rochester, New York, Pete Duel moved to West Hollywood in 1963 following a tour with the National Road Company's "Take Her, She's Mine". After landing small guest spots on various TV series, Pete was cast in a recurring role alongside Sally Field on Gidget (1965) in 1965. The series only lasted one season but Pete was ... See full bio »

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Alias Smith and Jones Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith)
(1971-1972)
Gidget John Cooper
(1965-1966)
The Scarecrow Richard Talbot
(1972)
Love on a Rooftop David Willis
(1966-1967)

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 1971-1972 Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series)
Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith)
- The Men That Corrupted Hadleyburg (1972) ... Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith)
- The Man Who Broke the Bank at Red Gap (1972) ... Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith)
- The McCreedy Bust: Going, Going, Gone (1972) ... Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith)
- 21 Days to Tenstrike (1972) ... Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith)
- Miracle at Santa Marta (1971) ... Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith)
 1972 The Scarecrow (TV Movie)
Richard Talbot
 1971 How to Steal an Airplane (TV Movie)
Sam Rollins
 1968-1971 The Name of the Game (TV Series)
Ted Sands / Andrei Chernin
- The Savage Eye (1971) ... Ted Sands
- The White Birch (1968) ... Andrei Chernin (as Peter Deuel)
 1970-1971 The Psychiatrist (TV Series)
Casey T. Poe
- In Death's Other Kingdom (1971) ... Casey T. Poe
- God Bless the Children (Pilot) (1970) ... Casey T. Poe
 1969-1971 Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series)
Roger Nastili / Lew Sawyer
- A Passing of Torches (1971) ... Roger Nastili
- A Matter of Humanities (1969) ... Lew Sawyer (as Peter Deuel)
 1970 The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (TV Series)
Jerry Purdue
- Trial of a PFC (1970) ... Jerry Purdue
 1970 The Young Lawyers (TV Series)
Dom Acosta
- The Glass Prison (1970) ... Dom Acosta
 1970 Cannon for Cordoba
Andy Rice
 1970 The Interns (TV Series)
Fred Chalmers
- The Price of Life (1970) ... Fred Chalmers
 1970 Matt Lincoln (TV Series)
Father Nicholas Burrell
- Nick (1970) ... Father Nicholas Burrell
 1970 Insight (TV Series)
Pupil
- A Woman of Principle (1970) ... Pupil (as Peter Duel)
 1970 The Young Country (TV Movie)
Honest John Smith
 1969 Generation
Walter Owen
 1968-1969 The Virginian (TV Series)
Denny Todd / Jim Dewey aka Thomas Baker
- The Price of Love (1969) ... Denny Todd (as Peter Deuel)
- The Good-Hearted Badman (1968) ... Jim Dewey aka Thomas Baker (as Peter Deuel)
 1968 The Hell with Heroes
Mike Brewer (as Peter Deuel)
 1968 Ironside (TV Series)
Jonathan Dix
- Perfect Crime (1968) ... Jonathan Dix (as Peter Deuel)
 1965-1967 The F.B.I. (TV Series)
Mike James / Wayne Everett Powell
- False Witness (1967) ... Mike James (as Peter Deuel)
- Slow March Up a Steep Hill (1965) ... Wayne Everett Powell (as Pete Deuel)
 1966-1967 Love on a Rooftop (TV Series)
David Willis
- Murder in Apartment D (1967) ... David Willis (as Peter Deuel)
- Debt of Gratitude (1967) ... David Willis (as Peter Deuel)
- One Too Many Cooks (1967) ... David Willis (as Peter Deuel)
- Stork on a Rooftop (1967) ... David Willis (as Peter Deuel)
- The Letter Bug (1967) ... David Willis (as Peter Deuel)
 1965-1966 Gidget (TV Series)
John Cooper
- Don't Defrost the Alligator (1966) ... John Cooper (as Peter Deuel)
- I Have This Friend Who... (1966) ... John Cooper (as Peter Deuel)
- Ask Helpful Hannah (1966) ... John Cooper (as Peter Deuel)
- One More for the Road (1966) ... John Cooper (as Peter Deuel)
- Independence: Gidget Style (1966) ... John Cooper (as Peter Deuel)
 1966 W.I.A. Wounded in Action
Pvt. Myers
 1965 Diamond Jim: Skulduggery in Samantha (TV Movie)
Wild Youth (as Peter E. Deuel)
 1964-1965 12 O'Clock High (TV Series)
Lt. Ditchik / Lt. Jake Benning
- The Hero (1965) ... Lt. Ditchik (as Peter E. Deuel)
- Appointment at Liege (1964) ... Lt. Jake Benning (as Peter E. Deuel)
 1965 The Fugitive (TV Series)
Buzzy
- Fun and Games and Party Favors (1965) ... Buzzy (as Peter E. Deuel)
 1964 Espionage Target: You (Short)
Pete Karras (uncredited)
 1964 Mickey (TV Series)
Crazy Hips McNish
- One More Kiss (1964) ... Crazy Hips McNish (as Peter E. Deuel)
 1964 Gomer Pyle: USMC (TV Series)
1st Man
- Gomer and the Dragon Lady (1964) ... 1st Man (as Peter Deuel)
 1964 Combat! (TV Series)
Szigeti
- Vendetta (1964) ... Szigeti (as Peter Deuel)
 1963 Channing (TV Series)
Josh Drake
- The Last Testament of Buddy Crown (1963) ... Josh Drake (as Peter E. Deuel)
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Alternate Names:

Peter E. Deuel | Peter Deuel | Pete Deuel | Peter Duel

Height:

5' 10½" (1.79 m)

Parents:

Dr. Ellsworth Shaut "Bob" Deuel | Lillian Marcella (Ellstrom) Deuel

Relatives:

Geoffrey Deuel (sibling) | See more »
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[on doing a weekly TV series] It's a big fat drag to any actor with interest in his work. It's the ultimate trap. See more »

Trivia:

Was named the "Most Promising Male Star" of 1966 in Quigley Publications' "Television Almanac". See more »

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