Byron Foulger

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Born

8/27/1899 , Ogden, Utah, USA

Died

4/4/1970

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Biography:

Byron Fougler was an actor who was born on August 27, 1899, in Ogden, Utah. He passed away on April 4, 1970, in Hollywood, California. Byron attended the University of Utah, and he began performing in community theater. Over the course of his career, he became one of Hollywood's most recognized character actors. His first film role was uncredited, and he portrayed Mr. Baby, the nightclub patron, in the 1932 film "Night World." With over 450 titles to his credit, Byron is known for his roles in the 1940 film "Arizona," the 1941 film "Sullivan's Travels," the 1945 film "Purity Squad" and the 1951 film "Home Town Story." Byron appeared on several television series beginning in 1950 when he appeared on "The Bigelow Theatre." His other television appearances include "Hopalong Cassidy" in 1952, "The Abbott and Costello Show" in 1953, "Death Valley Days" in 1953, "The Lone Ranger" from 1950 to 1957, "77 Sunset Strip" in 1962, "The Wild Wild West" in 1968 and several episodes of "Petticoat Junction" from 1965 to 1969.