Geoffrey Deuel

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Geoffrey Deuel
Born Geoffrey Jacob Deuel
(1943-01-17) January 17, 1943 (age 71)
Lockport, New York USA
Years active 1966-present
Spouse(s) Jacqueline (Selitto) Deuel

Geoffrey Jacob Deuel (January 17, 1943) is an American actor.

Deuel is best known for playing Billy the Kid in the movie Chisum (1970). He has been in several movie and television productions through the years including The Mod Squad, Ironside, and The Name of the Game. He was the brother of Pete Duel, who starred in Love on a Rooftop and Alias Smith and Jones.

Filmography[edit]

  • 108 Stitches (2001) - Maynard
  • In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders (1988) (TV) - Agent Gilbert M. Orrantia
  • Amateur Night (1986) - Charlie (theater manager)
  • The Chinese Caper (1978) - Larry Crawford
  • The Young and the Restless (1973) TV Series - Dave Campbell (1977)
  • Joe Forrester - Clint Dancer (1975)
  • Mannix - Clint Williams - (1969–1975)
  • Barnaby Jones - Lester Wakefield (1974)
  • The Manhunter - Walt Bellows (1974)
  • Nakia (1974), episode "The Driver"
  • Petrocelli - Edgar Dorsey (1974)
  • Planet of the Apes - Anto (1974)
  • Ironside - Mo (1974)
  • The Streets of San Francisco - Inspector Glenn Decker (1973–1974)
  • The Magician - Vic (1973)
  • Toma - Donald F. Harkness - (1973)
  • Terminal Island (1973) - Chino
  • The F.B.I. - Eric Stone - (1968–1973)
  • Mission: Impossible - Pete Novick (1973)
  • Movin' On (1972) (TV) - Johnny Lake
  • The Smith Family (1971)
  • Insight - Stefan (1971)
  • The Name of the Game - Zemmo (1971)
  • To Rome with Love - Gary (1971)
  • Medical Center - Billy Sand (1970)
  • Chisum (1970) - Billy 'The Kid' Bonney
  • House on Greenapple Road (1970) (TV)
  • The Mod Squad (1969)
  • Adam-12 - Paul Banner (1969)
  • The Flying Nun - Waiter (1968)
  • The High Chaparral - Kelso (1968)
  • The Invaders - Teenager (1967)
  • The Monkees - Groom (1967)
  • Occasional Wife - Gypsy Son (1967)
  • Twelve O'Clock High - American Pilot (1966)
  • Bonanza - Season 9, Episode 271 (1967)

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