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Robert Culp Navigation menu Video'I Spy' Star Robert Culp Dies at Age 79 Robert Martin Culp war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, der ab Mitte der er Jahre in verschiedensten Fernsehserien wie Abenteuer im Wilden Westen, Tausend Meilen Staub, Kein Fall für FBI, Columbo oder Bonanza auftrat. Robert Martin Culp (* August in Oakland, Kalifornien; † März in Los Angeles) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, der ab Mitte der. Robert Culp (–), US-amerikanischer Schauspieler; Steven Culp (* ), US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Orte in den Vereinigten Staaten: Culp (. Robert Culp - Alle Bilder, Filme, TV Serien und Fakten finden Sie hier zum Star auf TV Spielfilm. Jetzt hier informieren!
Video Im Robert Culp die Welt retten. - Darsteller in SerienWalker, Texas Ranger - Staffel 3 Episode Tall, slim and exceedingly good-looking American leading man Robert Culp, a former cartoonist in his teen years, appeared off-Broadway in the s before settling into polished, clean-cut film leads and "other man" supports a decade later. He was born Robert Martin Culp on August 16, , in Oakland California. The son of attorney Crozie Culp and his wife, Bethel Collins, who was employed at a Berkeley chemical company, he offset his only-child loneliness by playacting in local theater productions. LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - American TV actor Robert Culp, best known for playing a secret agent alongside Bill Cosby in the s cloak-and-dagger hit “I Spy,” died on Wednesday after a fall near his. Robert Culp (August 16, - March 24, ) was an American actor best known for his work on television. His most memorable role was perhaps I Spy a series which ran from to ; Culp played Kelly Robinson and Bill Cosby played Alexander "Scotty" Scott, a pair of undercover secret agents posing as international tennis bums. Robert Martin Culp (August 16, – March 24, ) was an American actor, screenwriter, voice actor, and director, widely known for his work in television. Culp earned an international reputation for his role as Kelly Robinson on I Spy (–), the espionage television series in which co-star Bill Cosby and he played secret agents. Mixx Facebook Twitter Digg delicious reddit MySpace StumbleUpon LinkedIn Viadeo. His five marriages produced five children and five grandchildren, according to his Schwarze Reichswehr site. France Nuyen. Rees 25 March Culp attended the University of the Robert Culp in Stockton, California but did not graduate. Father of Joseph CulpJoshua CulpGote Wdr Culp and Rachel Culp, from his marriage to Nancy Asch. Ties Eiszeit New York 2012 Stream Patrick McGoohan as Bernkastel Kino major guest star on the TV series Columbowith four appearances. Inhe reunited with Cosby on The Cosby Showplaying Dr. Retrieved February 27, In the long run, however, the construction was given the green light.
It was the first U. Both were nominated for acting Emmys in all three of its seasons, with Cosby coming out the victor each time.
Filmed on location in such cities as Hong Kong, Acapulco and Tokyo, Culp also wrote and directed certain episodes of the show He also met his third wife, the gorgeous Eurasian actress France Nuyen , while on the set.
They married in but divorced three years later. At this stage, the actor already had four children by second wife, sometime actress Nancy Ashe.
The film was nominated for four Academy Awards two went to supporting actors Gould and Cannon. Culp also directed the film while his real-life wife, actress Sheila Sullivan , played his screen wife as well.
While he remained a sturdy and standard presence in such mini-movies as Houston, We've Got a Problem , Spectre and Calendar Girl Murders , his better TV-movie roles were in A Cold Night's Death , Outrage , A Cry for Help and as "Lyle Pettyjohn" in the acclaimed mini-series sequel Roots: The Next Generations Bob returned to series TV as stern FBI Special Agent "Bill Maxwell", whose job was to work with handsome William Katt , who starred as an ersatz The Greatest American Hero The show lasted three seasons.
Other series guest spots, both comedic and dramatic, included Hotel , Highway to Heaven , The Golden Girls and an episode of his old buddy's show The Cosby Show He was also a guest murderer in three of the "Columbo" episodes.
A year later, he again reteamed with Cosby in the TV-movie I Spy Returns Culp became very active in the s Civil Rights movement and later became a prominent face in local civic causes, joining in a lawsuit to cease construction of an elephant exhibit at the Los Angeles Zoo and accusing officials there of mistreatment.
In the long run, however, the construction was given the green light. Culp also married a fifth time to Candace Faulkner and, by her, had daughter Samantha Culp in Older sons Jason Culp born and Joseph Culp born became actors, while another son, Joshua Culp born , entered the visual effects field.
In later years, Culp could be seen occasionally as Ray Romano 's father-in-law on the hugely popular Everybody Loves Raymond His last film, the family drama The Assignment , was unreleased at the time of his death.
On March 24, , the year-old Culp collapsed from an apparent heart attack while walking near the lower entrance to Runyon Canyon Park, a popular hiking area in the Hollywood Hills.
Found by a hiker, Culp was transported to a nearby hospital where he died from the head injuries he sustained in the fall.
Five grandchildren also survive. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Sign In. Edit Robert Culp. Showing all 26 items. Father of Joseph Culp , Joshua Culp , Jason Culp and Rachel Culp, from his marriage to Nancy Asch.
Father of Samantha Culp , from his marriage to Candace Faulkner. The series, which also starred Bill Cosby as Robinson's partner and, as their covers, trainer to Culp's globe-trotting tennis player , was the first to feature an African-American in a lead role; Cosby won three Emmys for his work.
Those are all part of me. Culp collapsed near the lower entrance to Runyon Canyon Park, a popular hiking area in Hollywood, according to a Los Angeles Police official.
He was pronounced dead at a hospital a half hour later, Officer Rosaria Herrera said. It was unclear if the fall caused his death, and the coroner has opened an investigation, she said.
Culp made the transition to motion picture actor with mixed success. But he was most often seen on television, appearing in dozens of series episodes and TV movies over his year career, starting with scores of episodes of Westerns and Golden Age dramas in the '50s and early '60s.
His notable credits include a co-starring role in the series "The Greatest American Hero" and appearances on "The Cosby Show," "Columbo," "Wings," "Chicago Hope" and "Raymond.
In the series' episode "Hung High", he portrays an outlaw named Joe Costa, who attempts to frame Matt Dillon for lynching a prisoner who had killed the marshal's friend.
In , he was cast as Frank Melo in "The Tender Twigs" of James Franciscus 's NBC education drama series, Mr. Culp then played perhaps his most memorable character, CIA secret agent Kelly Robinson, who operated undercover as a touring tennis professional, for three years on the hit NBC series I Spy — , with co-star Bill Cosby.
Culp wrote the scripts for seven episodes, one of which he also directed and an episode earned him an Emmy nomination for writing.
For all three years of the series, he was also nominated for an acting Emmy Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series category , but lost each time to Cosby.
In , Culp also made an uncredited cameo appearance as an inebriated Turkish waiter on Get Smart , the spy-spoof comedy series, in an I Spy parody episode titled "Die Spy".
In this, secret agent Maxwell Smart played by Don Adams in effect assumes Culp's Kelly Robinson character, as he pretends to be an international table-tennis champion.
In , Culp, Peter Falk , Robert Wagner , and Darren McGavin each stepped in to take turns with Anthony Franciosa 's rotation of NBC's series The Name of the Game after Franciosa was fired, alternating a lead role of the lavish, minute show about the magazine business with Gene Barry and Robert Stack.
Also in he portrayed an unemployed actor, the husband of ambitious Angie Dickinson , in the TV movie "See the Man Run".
Culp played the murderer in three Columbo episodes "Death Lends a Hand" in , "The Most Crucial Game" in , "Double Exposure" in and also appeared in the episode "Columbo Goes to College" as the father of one of two young murderers.
Columbo starring Kate Mulgrew in the title role. In , Culp almost took the male lead in the sci-fi television series Space: During negotiations with creator and executive producer Gerry Anderson , Culp expressed himself to be not only an asset as an actor, but also as a director and producer for the proposed series.
The part instead went to Martin Landau. Culp co-starred in The Greatest American Hero as tough veteran FBI Special Agent Bill Maxwell, who teams up with a high-school teacher who receives superpowers from extraterrestrials.
He wrote and directed the second-season finale episode "Lilacs, Mr. Maxwell", with free rein to do the episode as he saw fit. The show lasted three years from to During that time, Culp was rumored to replace Larry Hagman as J.
Ewing in Dallas. However, Culp firmly denied this, insisting he would never leave his role as Bill Maxwell.
In , he reunited with Cosby on The Cosby Show , playing Dr. Cliff Huxtable's old friend Scott Kelly. The name was a combination of their I Spy characters' names.
Culp had a recurring role on Everybody Loves Raymond as Warren Whelan, the father of Debra Barone and father-in-law of Ray Barone. He appeared on episodes of other television programs, including a season-three episode of Bonanza titled "Broken Ballad", as well as The Golden Girls , The Nanny , The Girls Next Door , and Wings.
He was the voice of the character Halcyon Renard in the Disney adventure cartoon Gargoyles. In I Spy Returns , a nostalgic television movie, Culp and Cosby reprised their roles as Robinson and Scott for the first time since Culp and Cosby reunited one last time on the television show Cosby in an episode entitled "My Spy" , in which Cosby's character, Hilton Lucas, dreams he is Alexander Scott on a mission with Kelly Robinson.
Robert Culp also appeared on Walker, Texas Ranger as Lyle Pike in the episode "Trust No One" February 18, Jesse Travis on Diagnosis Murder along with Barbara Bain, Robert Vaughn and Patrick McNee.
Culp worked as an actor in many theatrical films, beginning with three in As naval officer John F. Another memorable role came as another gunslinger, Thomas Luther Price, in Hannie Caulder opposite Raquel Welch.
In , he had a primary role as General Woods in the comedy Combat Academy. Culp played the U. President in Alan J. Pakula 's murder mystery, The Pelican Brief.
He lent his voice to the digital character Doctor Breen , the prime antagonist in the computer game Half-Life 2. The video clip of " Guilty Conscience " features Culp as an erudite and detached narrator describing the scenes where Eminem and Dr.
Dre rap lyrics against each other. He only appears in the music video.