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Jonathan Harris

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Also Known As: Died: November 3, 2002
Born: November 6, 1914 Cause of Death: blood clot in heart after hospitalization for unrelated illness
Birth Place: New York, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1959:
Cast in "Catch Me If You Can"
1953:
Film debut in as Tom Oakly in "Botany Bay" starring Alan Ladd and James Mason
1953:
Moved to Hollywood
1999:
Played the voice of The Fixer in "Toy Story 2"
1978:
Provided the voice of the high-ranking Cylon cyborg Lucifer on "Battlestar Galactica"
2001:
Provided the voice of The Professor in the animated film "Hubert's Brain"
1998:
Reprised role of Dr. Zachary Smith for TV tribute special "Lost In Space Forever"
1959:
Starred as Bradford Webster, assistant to Michael Rennie's Harry Lime, in TV version of "The Thin Man" (1959-1962)
1959:
Appeared as Lysias in "The Big Fisherman"
1963:
Appeared on "The Bill Dana Show"
1968:
Began long-running career as a voice-over artist for animated TV series and films on "The Banana Splits Adventure Hour"
1965:
Cast in career-making role of the pompous, troubling-making Dr. Zachary Smith on "Lost In Space" (1965-1968)
1998:
Gave voice to Manny the Preying Mantis for Disney and Pixar's animated hit "A Bug's Life"
1948:
live television debut
2000:
Provided the voice of Era for Disney/Pixar's "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command"
1996:
Provided the voice of Professor Jones on the animated series "Freakazoid!"
1998:
Refused a cameo role in the feature film version of "Lost In Space;" said he was not interested if he could not play Dr. Smith
2002:
At time of death, reported to be involved in planned TV-movie "Lost In Space: The Journey Home"
1942:
Broadway debut in Gilbert Miller's production of "Heart of the City"
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Entertained troops during World War II in the South Pacific
1977:
Protrayed Commander Isaac Gampu on the live-action Saturday morning sci-fi TV series "Space Academy"
1959:
Recurring role as Don Carlos Fernandez on "Zorro," marking his first collaboration with his "Lost In Space" co-star Guy Williams
1949:
appeared in live television drama in "His Name Is Jason" on "Chevrolet Tele-Theater"; later appeared on series including "Studio One," "General Electric Theater" and "Kraft Television Theater"
:
began working in repertory at the Millpond Playhouse in Roslyn, Long Island; within three years had been in 125 plays in stock companies across the country

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