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William Keene (4 August 1915 - 23 May 1992) was an American actor.

Biography[]

He was born in Franklin, Pennsylvania, in the United States. He died in Los Angeles, California, in the United States.

Acting Credits[]

Movie(s)[]

  • "In the Money" (1958) as Deck Steward (uncredited)
  • "Too Soon to Love" (1960) as The Doctor
  • "Key Witness" (1960) as Judge (uncredited)
  • "Honeymoon Hotel" (1964) as Mr. Johnson (uncredited)
  • "Speedway" (1968) as Taxpayer (uncredited)
  • "Heavy Traffic" (1973) as Voice
  • "Herowork" (1977) as Judge

Podcast Series[]

  • "X Minus One" (1955) as Sanford (voice; 1 episode)

TV Movie(s)[]

  • "Tarzan and the Trappers" (1960) as Lapin

TV Series[]

  • "Lux Video Theatre" (1957) as Mr. Fellow / William (2 episodes)
  • "The Silent Service" (1957) as Captain Bowen (1 episode)
  • "Gunsmoke" (1958) as Mr. Botkin (1 episode)
  • "Matinee Theatre" (1958) as Frederic (1 episode)
  • "Sky King" (1958) as Peters (1 episode)
  • "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" (1958) as Fingerprint Policeman (1 episode)
  • "Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" (1958) as Matthew Elliott (1 episode)
  • "Wagon Train" (1958) as Alfie (1 episode)
  • "The Californians" (1958) as commodore Cameron (1 episode)
  • "The Ann Sothern Show" (1959) as Pomerantz (1 episode)
  • "The Donna Reed Show" (1959) as Mr. McDonnell (1 episode)
  • "M Squad" (1959) as Captain Bates (1 episode)
  • "Mike Hammer" (1959) as Robert Bart (1 episode)
  • "Not for Hire" (1960) as Callam (1 episode)
  • "Johnny Midnight" (1960) as Karmin (1 episode)
  • "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp" (1960) as Colonel Hibbert (1 episode)
  • "Shirley Temple's Storybook" (1960) as Royal Army One Soldier (1 episode)
  • "One Step Beyond" (1959 - 1960) as Employment Agency Man / Judge (2 episodes)
  • "Manhunt" (1960) as John Faber (1 episode)
  • "Tales of Wells Fargo" (1959 - 1961) as Dr. Crosier / Joe Huggins (2 episodes)
  • "The Brothers Brannagan" (1960 - 1961) as Samuel Mulvey / Swift (2 episodes)
  • "The Asphalt Jungle" (1961) as Dr. Sandring (1 episode)
  • "Coronado 9" (1961) as Jay Brisco / Lloyd Tyler (2 episodes)
  • "The Twilight Zone" (1961) as Desk Clerk / Doctor (2 episodes)
  • "87th Precinct" (1962) as Mr. Oxman (1 episode)
  • "Sam Benedict" (1962) as Sidney Sheldon (1 episode)
  • "The Fugitive" (1964) as Dr. Garber (1 episode)
  • "Kraft Suspense Theatre" (1964) as Captain (1 episode)
  • "The Joey Bishop Show" (1962 - 1964) as Foreman of Jury / Mr. Kasten / Pharmacist / Salesman (4 episodes)
  • "The F.B.I." (1965) as Doctor (1 episode)
  • "The Addams Family" (1966) as Dr. Motley (1 episode)
  • "Get Smart" (1966) as Newfield (1 episode)
  • "Perry Mason" (1962 - 1966) as Bank Teller / Judge / Judge Seymour / Mr. Kenneth / Rogers (5 episodes)
  • "Honey West" (1966) as Granville Manners (1 episode)
  • "My Three Sons" (1965 - 1966) as Fergie / Mr. Eames (2 episodes)
  • "Mission: Impossible" (1966) as Janos Karq (1 episode)
  • "The Virginian" (1966) as Minister (1 episode)
  • "This Is the Life" (1966) as Floyd (1 episode)
  • "The Andy Griffith Show" (1963 - 1968) as Reverend Hobart M. Tucker / Reverend Martin / Reverend (6 episodes)
  • "Green Acres" (1968) as Mr. Claxon (1 episode)
  • "Ironside" (1968) as Professor (1 episode)
  • "Bonanza" (1961 - 1969) as Dr. Hill / Mr. Nagel / Stevens (3 episodes)
  • "The Big Valley" (1969) as Judge (1 episode)
  • "Mayberry R.F.D." (1968 - 1969) as Reverend (6 episodes)
  • "Lassie" (1962 - 1969) as Edward Trask / Frank Hibbs / Mr. Crane (3 episodes)
  • "Marcus Welby, M.D." (1970) as Boss (1 episode)
  • "Love, American Style" (1973) as Mimi's Father (1 episode)
  • "Days of Our Lives" (1966 - 1976) as Doc Lubick / Sam Foster / Bartender / Dr. Bronson / Mr. Bellows / Reverend / Dr. Lubick (23 episodes)
  • "Big John, Little John" (1976) as Doctor (1 episode)
  • "Little House on the Prairie" (1981) as Ringmaster (1 episode)

Ookiness[]

Keene played Dr. Motley in The Addams Family episode "Fester Goes on a Diet".

Trivia[]

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Gallery[]

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References[]

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