David Hurst


Biography

David Hurst was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Hurst started his acting career landing roles in films, such as the Nigel Patrick comedy adaptation "All For Mary" (1955), the comedic adaptation "As Long As They're Happy" (1957) with Jack Buchanan and the Ginger Rogers comedy "The Confession" (1964). He also appeared in the TV movie "Anastasia" (NBC, 1966-67). He worke...

Biography

David Hurst was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Hurst started his acting career landing roles in films, such as the Nigel Patrick comedy adaptation "All For Mary" (1955), the comedic adaptation "As Long As They're Happy" (1957) with Jack Buchanan and the Ginger Rogers comedy "The Confession" (1964). He also appeared in the TV movie "Anastasia" (NBC, 1966-67). He worked in television in his early acting career as well, including a part on "Dark Shadows" (ABC, 1965-1971). In the sixties and the seventies, Hurst worked on predominantly television shows such as "Star Trek" (1966-69), "The Flying Nun" (ABC, 1967-1970) and "Charlie's Angels" (ABC, 1976-1981). He also had roles in film during these years, including roles in the comedy adaptation "Hello, Dolly!" (1969) with Barbra Streisand and the Clint Eastwood comedy "Kelly's Heroes" (1970). He also appeared in the drama "The Boys From Brazil" (1978) with Gregory Peck. He also was featured in the TV movies "Nero Wolfe" (ABC, 1979-1980) and "Skokie" (CBS, 1981-82). Most recently, Hurst worked on "The Transporter" (2002).

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