James Patterson (I) (1932–1972)


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James Patterson was born on June 29, 1932 in Derry, Pennsylvania, USA. He was an actor, known for In the Heat of the Night (1967), Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972) and Play of the Week (1959). He was married to Rochelle Oliver. He died on August 19, 1972 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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(1967)
(1972)
Play of the Week Lexy / Ragnar Brovik
(1960-1961)

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 1972 Silent Night, Bloody Night
Jeffrey Butler
 1971 A Fable
The Husband
 1969 Mission: Impossible (TV Series)
Victor Laszlo / Johnny Costa
- The Double Circle (1969) ... Victor Laszlo
- The System (1969) ... Johnny Costa
 1969 Castle Keep
Elk
 1968 Bonanza (TV Series)
Charles Ball
- A World Full of Cannibals (1968) ... Charles Ball
 1968 Hawaii Five-O (TV Series)
Dave Barca
- The Ways of Love (1968) ... Dave Barca
 1967 The Winter's Tale (TV Movie)
Polixenes
 1967 In the Heat of the Night
Mr. Purdy
 1967 Flipper (TV Series)
Scott Emson
- A Dolphin in Time (1967) ... Scott Emson
 1966 The Felony Squad (TV Series)
Peter Holland
- The Immaculate Killer (1966) ... Peter Holland
 1965 The Big Valley (TV Series)
Jamie Drumm
- The Young Marauders (1965) ... Jamie Drumm
 1965 Slattery's People (TV Series)
Adam Marsten
 1964 Lilith
Dr. Lavrier
 1964 Brenner (TV Series)
Bert
- Point of Law (1964) ... Bert
 1962-1964 The Defenders (TV Series)
Minister / Don Franks / Barney LeMay
- Survival (1964) ... Minister
- Loophole (1963) ... Don Franks
- The Unwanted (1962) ... Barney LeMay
 1964 East Side/West Side (TV Series)
Fred Cameron
- Don't Grow Old (1964) ... Fred Cameron
 1962-1963 Naked City (TV Series)
Phil North / Carver
- Stop the Parade! A Baby Is Crying! (1963) ... Phil North
- Strike a Statue (1962) ... Carver
 1963 Stoney Burke (TV Series)
Mark Wheeler
- Joby (1963) ... Mark Wheeler
 1963 The DuPont Show of the Week (TV Series)
Bob Crane
- Two Faces of Treason (1963) ... Bob Crane
 1962 Alcoa Premiere (TV Series)
Barnaby Evans
- The Contenders (1962) ... Barnaby Evans
 1961 Route 66 (TV Series)
Paul Guin
- A Bridge Across Five Days (1961) ... Paul Guin
 1961 Look Up and Live (TV Series documentary)
Oreste
- The Flies (1961) ... Oreste
 1961 'Way Out (TV Series)
Nighttime Harry
- Dissolve to Black (1961) ... Nighttime Harry
 1960-1961 Play of the Week (TV Series)
Lexy / Ragnar Brovik
- A Cool Wind Over the Living (1961) ... Lexy
- The Master Builder (1960) ... Ragnar Brovik
 1959-1961 The DuPont Show of the Month (TV Series)
Anselmo
- I, Don Quixote (1959) ... Anselmo
 1960 The Witness (TV Series)
- Bugsy Siegel (1960)
 1960 Buick-Electra Playhouse (TV Series)
Spy
- The Fifth Column (1960) ... Spy
 1960 The Robert Herridge Theater (TV Series)
Timmy
 1959 Deadline (TV Series)
Alfred Stagg
- The Case of the Stranger (1959) ... Alfred Stagg
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He acted in Anthony Creighton and Bernard Miller's play, "Tomorrow - With Pictures!", at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Irene Dailey, Conrad Phillips, James Villiers, Brian Hayes, Phyllis Montefiore and Max Kohlhase in the cast.

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Rochelle Oliver  (his death)  (1 child)
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Received the 1968 Tony Award as Best Featured Actor in a Play for his role in Harold Pinter's "The Birthday Party".

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