He attended Stanford.
He attended the San Rafael Military Academy and the Menlo School in California.
His mother was a silent movie actress.
He has made 215 television appearances.
His last television series appearance was in "Harry and the Hendersons" as Earl Powers.
He and Elizabeth Montgomery died within one year of each other.
He and Elizabeth Montgomery were Grand Marshals at the Los Angeles Gay Pride day.
He had been offered the role of Darrin Stephens in 1964 but was under contract to Universal Studios and unable to accept it.
He has made over 100 movie and television appearances.
The only shows that he was on that made it more than a season were the shows he replaced lead actors in.
One Happy Family was his first personal show.
His last personal series was Down to Earth.
The last movie he was in was Twenty Dollar Star as Mr. Brandon.
His last television appearance was in the 1993 series Acting on Impulse as Mr. Randolph.
His first television appearance was in "Medic" as Clyde.
His first movie appearance was in the 1955 The Beast with a Million Eyes as Deputy Larry Brewster.
He has replaced a lead actor's role twice, once in Bewitched and again in Down to Earth.
He was a homosexual.
His father, Elmer Cox, was a World War I hero and a Hollywood business manager. His mother, Ruth McNaughton, was a film actress.
He was never married, but had a long-time companion whom he was with for 20 years before the man's death from a cerebral hemorrhage in 1979. He had "manufactured" a wife to the press in the early productive days, to protect his career.
His grandfather, John McNaughton, founded Los Angeles's Union Stockyards.
Lived in Mexico and ran an import/export business in his early years. His love for Mexican art and culture stayed with him for the rest of his life.
Dick: Occasionally, I wonder about "Bewitched." But I guess we all wonder about something or other. Most working actors don't get a role where they become household faces. They may not know my name, I may be Darrin to people out there, but if people see you and smile at you and act like you're an old friend, I think that's a pretty swell accomplishment.