Aron Kincaid

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Aron Kincaid
Born Norman Neale Williams II
(1940-06-15)June 15, 1940
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Died January 6, 2011(2011-01-06) (aged 70)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor, voice actor
Years active 1952–2002

Aron Kincaid (June 15, 1940 – January 6, 2011) was an American actor and former voice actor known for playing Killer Croc on Batman: The Animated Series and Sky Lynx on The Transformers. He also voiced characters for The Smurfs, and DuckTales, among others. In his later years he also had careers as a model and an artist.

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Kincaid was born Norman Neale Williams II[1] in Los Angeles, California. His father, a second lieutenant in the Army Air Forces, died during World War II. His mother remarried and moved to Oakland, where Kincaid graduated from high school.

While attending UCLA, Kincaid was spotted in a local stage production by a casting agent and signed to a contract with Universal Pictures. That led to a brief, uncredited performance in Spartacus. Kincaid then landed a regular role in the final season of the television sitcom Bachelor Father in 1962, in which Kincaid played Warren Dawson, the junior partner of John Forsythe's Hollywood attorney Bentley Gregg. Dawson becomes engaged to Gregg's niece, Kelly, played by Noreen Corcoran.

Kincaid subsequently appeared with Corcoran in the 1965 comedy The Girls on the Beach and had roles in Beach Ball and Ski Party and made what was billed as a "guest appearance" in Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine. His other film roles include the Disney musical The Happiest Millionaire,The Proud and the Damned and a cameo in the slasher film Silent Night, Deadly Night. He also made guest appearances on TV series such as The Beverly Hillbillies and Get Smart before moving to San Francisco in the early 1970s and launching a successful career as a model.

Still later, as an artist, Kincaid used the name N.N. Williams II. He sold his landscapes and seascapes through galleries in Laguna Beach.

Kincaid, a resident of Beverly Hills, died at age 70 on January 6, 2011, at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Hospital from heart-related problems.[1]

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