Jack Hogan

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For New Zealand dual-international, see John Hogan (rugby).
Jack Hogan
Born (1929-11-25) November 25, 1929 (age 85)
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Years active 1956-1993
Robert Urich (left), Maureen Reagan (center) and Hogan (right), pose for a 1974 publicity photo for the TV show Vector.

Jack Hogan is an American actor, born November 25, 1929 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He was born Richard Roland Benson, Jr. He is most notable for the role of PFC William G. Kirby on the 1960s TV show Combat! On Combat!, Kirby's weapon of choice was the Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR).

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TV[edit]

  • Sea Hunt : Recurring role; Ken (1958–1959)
  • Rifleman : Joe Carson; (1959)(Sea 1, Ep. 36)
  • Combat! : Kirby (1962–1967)(112 ep.)
  • "Adam-12": Recurring role; Detective "Sgt. Miller" - sometimes felony crime investigation, sometimes internal affairs
  • Houston, We've Got a Problem (TV) : Cap. Com. Joseph Kerwin (1974)
  • Sierra : Chief Ranger Jack Moore (1974)
  • The Specialists : Dr. Edward Grey (1975)
  • Mobile Two : Bill Hopkins (1975)
  • Jake and the Fatman : Judge Smithwood (1989–1990)

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