Grant Williams

Grant Williams as  Lieutenant Paul Tyler in Bonanza: Escape to Ponderosa
1930 - 1985

Grant Williams  American Actor

Age
54
Zodiac

Grant Williams (August 18, 1931 - July 28, 1985) was an American film actor and operatic tenor. He is best remembered for his portrayal of Scott Carey in the science fiction film The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)....

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First Name Grant
Last Name Williams
Full Name at Birth John Grant Williams
Age 54 (age at death) years
Birthday 18th August, 1930
Birthplace New York, New York
Died 28th July, 1985
Place of Death Los Angeles, CA
Cause of Death Peritonitis
Build Slim
Zodiac Sign Leo
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
University Queens College, in Flushing, Queens, New York, University of Illinois, Illinois, City College of New York in New York City
Occupation Text Actor
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame The Incredible Shrinking Man
Year(s) Active 1954-1976
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Partner Comparison

NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Grant Williams54 LeoActor
American
Anne Helm77 VirgoActress
Canadian
Wanda Hendrix52 ScorpioActress
American
Martha Hyer89 LeoActress
American

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Doomsday Machine1976Maj. Kurt MasonMovie
Brain of Blood1971BobMovie
How's Your Love Life?1971Paul MillerMovie
My Friend Tony1969TV Show
The Outcasts1968John MasonTV Show
Dragnet 19671967Father BarnesTV Show
The F.B.I.1965SAC Kirby GreeneTV Show
The Munsters1964Dick PrinceTV Show
PT 1091963Lt. Alvin ClusterMovie
The Outer Limits1963Maj. Douglas McKinnonTV Show
The Couch1962Charles CampbellMovie
Susan Slade1961Conn WhiteMovie
The Leech Woman1960Neil FosterMovie
Surfside 61960Frank Anders, Keith MinterTV Show
The Roaring 20's1960George LawrenceTV Show
13 Fighting Men1960Capt. John ForrestMovie
The Iron Horseman1960Movie
Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond1959Bill QuentinTV Show
Bonanza1959Albert 'Patch' Saunders, Lt. Paul TylerTV Show
Hawaiian Eye1959Greg MacKenzieTV Show
Mr. Lucky1959ConradTV Show
Lone Texan1959Greg BanisterMovie
Man with a Camera1958Maj. Sandy DicksonTV Show
Shirley Temple Theatre1958King JulioTV Show
Yancy Derringer1958Colonel George CusterTV Show
Four Girls in Town1957Spencer Farrington Jr.Movie
The Incredible Shrinking Man1957Scott CareyMovie
The Monolith Monsters1957Dave MillerMovie
Perry Mason1957Dr. Todd Meade, Quincy DavisTV Show
Away All Boats1956Lt. Steve Sherwood (uncredited)Movie
Red Sundown1956Chet SwannMovie
Walk the Proud Land1956Woodworth Clum - the narrator (voice, uncredited)Movie
Written on the Wind1956Biff MileyMovie
Showdown at Abilene1956Chip TomlinMovie
Outside the Law1956Don KastnerMovie
Allen in Movieland1955Larry NevinsTV Movie
Gunsmoke1955Joe PlummerTV Show
Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre1955LarryTV Show
Matinee Theatre1955Undetermined Character, Dr. Martin ArrowsmithTV Show
Soldiers of Fortune1955Kingsley MillerTV Show
The Millionaire1955Mike 'Maurice' CarterTV Show
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1954Peter Tchaikovsky (the man)TV Show
Ponds Theater1953TV Show
Lux Video Theatre1950David, Nick, TomTV Show
Studio One in Hollywood1948SoldierTV Show
Kraft Theatre1947Knave of HeartsTV Show
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A LIFE LONG ADMIRERFeb 10, 2009

GRANT WILLIAMS WAS A FINE ACTOR WHO WAS MUCH UNDERATED. HE WAS A MULTI-TALENTED MAN WHO DESERVED MORE RECOGNITION THAN HE WAS GIVEN. HOW SAD THAT HE IS GONE, BUT HE AND HIS SENSITIVE, ILLUMINOUS EYES AND GENTLE MANNER WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.


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