On August 2, 2003, Disney enterprise placed a commemorative badge in the mansion of the 'Mission San Luis Rey de Francia' at Oceanside, California, where Zorro was filmed in 1957.
On August 2, 2002, Guy's family dedicated a bench to him in New York's Central Park.
On August 2, 2001, Guy was incorporated in the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at 7080 Hollywood Blvd (La Brea's corner).
In 2000, Guy was the first local celebrity in the Bronx Walk of Fame, of New York City.
Guy was interviewed for the part of Diego de la Vega/Zorro by Walt Disney himself.
When he was playing Zorro for Disney, Guy received $2500 a week!
His father died in 1951.
Guy had a serious accident in '53 when he fell from a horse and was dragged over 200 meters. He received a long scar on his left shoulder from the accident.
Guy attended Peeskill Military Academy.
Guy's parents were: Attilio and Clare Catalano.
He weighed about 190 lbs.
Guy played the policeman who killed the werewolf in I Was a Teenage Werewolf.
Guy guest starred in 5 episodes of Bonanza as 'Will Cartwright'.
Guy died May 6, 1989 in Buenos Aires, Argentina of a brain aneurysm.
John Robinson, (Guy's character on Lost in Space), was ranked #38 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" (June 20, 2004 issue).
While starring in Lost in Space, Guy spent much of his spare time buying and selling on the stock market...even during shooting breaks!
Guy had two children: Steven and Toni Catalano.
Guy married Janice Cooper on December 8, 1948.
Guy's ashes were scattered in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Malibu, California.
Guy was 6'3" tall.