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Also Known As: Edward Vincent Peck Died: September 12, 1992
Born: March 26, 1917 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: New York, USA Profession: actor

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Granite-faced, raspy-voiced character player who often portrayed policemen or military types and convincingly wielded authority--and firearms--well into his sixties. Peck's first major TV credit was the title role in "Major Dell Conway of the Flying Tigers" (1951-52), a Sunday afternoon adventure series on the defunct DuMont network. (He succeeded Eric Fleming, who had played the action hero in the prime-time version of the series.) Peck is probably best remembered as Police Officer Kirk on "Happy Days," with other TV credits including "G.E. Theater," "The Super," "Semi-Tough," and the TV movie pilots for "Jigsaw" (1972) and "The Incredible Hulk" (1977).

Granite-faced, raspy-voiced character player who often portrayed policemen or military types and convincingly wielded authority--and firearms--well into his sixties. Peck's first major TV credit was the title role in "Major Dell Conway of the Flying Tigers" (1951-52), a Sunday afternoon adventure series on the defunct DuMont network. (He succeeded Eric Fleming, who had played the action hero in the prime-time version of the series.) Peck is probably best remembered as Police Officer Kirk on "Happy Days," with other TV credits including "G.E. Theater," "The Super," "Semi-Tough," and the TV movie pilots for "Jigsaw" (1972) and "The Incredible Hulk" (1977).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Zoot Suit (1981) Lieutenant Edwards
2.
 Cheech & Chong's Next Movie (1980) Cop With Shotgun
3.
 Swan Song (1980) Karl
4.
 Incredible Hulk, The (1977) Captain Brandes
5.
 Big Ripoff, The (1975) Security Chief
6.
 Rafferty And The Gold Dust Twins (1975) Blackjack Player
7.
 Roll, Freddy, Roll! (1974) Admiral Frigate
8.
 The Prisoner Of Second Avenue (1974) Man Upstairs
9.
 Jigsaw (1972)
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Milestones close milestones

1951:
Starred in "Major Dell Conway of the Flying Tigers", a short-lived adventure TV series on the DuMont network
:
Cast in a recurring role as Police Officer Kirk on "Happy Days"

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