Myron Healey was an American screenwriter and actor born on June 8, 1923, in Petaluma, California. Healey began his acting career in Hollywood in the 1940s, first appearing in minor parts in many productions. He was enlisted to serve as an Air Corps navigator and bombardier during World War II and remained active in military duty until retiring in the early 1960s. At the time, he had the rank of captain with the United States Air Force Reserve. After his service during World War II, Myron Healey went back to acting, featuring in many films including Bomba and Jungle Jim, Panther Girl of the Kongo, Kansas Pacific, White Lightning, The Young Guns, Apache Territory and Cavalry Command. His works on TV included The Adventures of Kit Carson, Stories of the Century, Judge Roy Bean, Bonanza and Adventures of Rin Tin Tin. Myron Healey died from respiratory failure on December 21, 2005, in Burbank, California.