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Glen Taylor (II)

Glen Taylor is an actor, known for Death Valley Days (1952), The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (1952) and Goodyear Theatre (1957). See full bio »

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Death Valley Days
Yankee Confederate (S9, Ep6)
Thu, Aug 25 4:36 PM PDT on STZENW (607)

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Known For

Death Valley Days Colonel Adrian
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet Professor / Eddie Johnson / Instructor / Mr. Asher / Mr. Edwards / Principal / Professor Fairchild / Professor Higgins
Meet the Press Self - U.S. Senator from Idaho


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 1958-1961 The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (TV Series)
Professor / Professor Higgins / Mr. Asher / ...
- Rick's Broken Arm (1961) ... Professor
- Professor's Experiment (1960) ... Professor Higgins (as Glenn Taylor)
- Rick's English Literature Class (1960) ... Professor
- Rick Gets Even (1959) ... Mr. Asher
- The Exploding Book (1959) ... Professor Fairchild (as Glenn Taylor)
 1960 Death Valley Days (TV Series)
Colonel Adrian
- Yankee Confederate (1960) ... Colonel Adrian
 1959 Goodyear Theatre (TV Series)
- A Good Name (1959)
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 1948 Meet the Press (TV Series)
Self - U.S. Senator from Idaho
- Senator Glen H. Taylor (1948) ... Self - U.S. Senator from Idaho

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Glenn Taylor

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