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George Peppard

George Peppard

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Also Known As: Died: May 8, 1994
Born: October 1, 1928 Cause of Death: pneumonia
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Acted on Broadway in "The Pleasure of His Company" and "Girls of Summer"
1956:
Earliest TV roles included a part in the CBS drama special, "Bang the Drum Slowly", starring Paul Newman
1957:
Made feature film debut in "The Strange One"
1960:
Played first leading roles in features in "Home from the Hill" and "The Subterraneans"
1963:
First received top billing in a feature in "The Carpetbaggers"
1972:
Played Thomas Banacek on the NBC detective series, "Banacek"
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Played Dr. Jake Goodwin on the NBC drama series, "Doctors' Hospital"
1977:
Made feature directorial debut, "Five Days from Home"
1979:
Played last feature lead in the Italian-French-Spanish co-production, "From Hell to Victory"
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Starred as John "Hannibal" Smith on the popular NBC-TV action series, "The A-Team"
1992:
Toured in "The Lion in Winter", January-February
1992:
Last feature film, the German-made erotic psychodrama, "The Tigress"
1992:
Underwent biopsy for small benign lung tumor in February; tumor removed May 4
1994:
Last TV appearance, a guest spot on the March 3rd episode of "Matlock"

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