Andrew Duggan was a character actor who was born on December 28, 1923. He began his acting career shortly after World War II with Broadway plays such as Dreamgirl with Lucille Ball. Duggan began acting in film and television in 1949, usually playing bit parts. He appeared in a total of 70 films and 140 television shows, and he starred in two series. Duggan played Cal Calhoun in Bourbon Street Beat, a detective series that ran for a single season in 1959. He also starred as Murdoch Lancer in the television western Lancer, which ran from 1968 to 1970. Duggan's last film was J. Edgar Hoover, in which he played President Dwight D. Eisenhower. He married Broadway actress Elizabeth Logue in 1953 and remained married to her until his death from throat cancer on May 15, 1988. Duggan lived quietly at home and was a devoted father throughout his married life. He is survived by his three children Richard, Nancy and Melissa.