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||March 11, 2010
||September 15, 1940
||Cause of Death:
||Logan, Utah, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
After graduating from Utah State he signed with the Los Angeles Rams for a record amount of $50,000 for two years, plus a signing bonus
Played defensive tackle for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League
Made acting debut in the movie, "The Undefeated," opposite John Wayne and Rock Hudson
Teamed with Dick Enberg as a color commentators for NBC's coverage of the American Football Conference (AFC)
Played Jonathan Garvey on NBC's long-running series, "Little House on the Prairie"
Teamed with Enberg for the Rose Bowl Game broadcasts
Cast as the masquerading priest in "Father Murphy" (NBC); created by Michael Landon
Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Played the lead role in the short-lived NBC series, "Aaron's Way"