List of Alfred Hitchcock Presents guest stars

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The following is a list of guest stars and other actors who appeared on the television series Alfred Hitchcock Presents, which started in 1955 as a half-hour show, changed its name to The Alfred Hitchcock Hour when it expanded to an hour, and returned as The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents in the 1980s as an hour-long show.

Apart from his remarkable introductions and conclusions to each episode, Alfred Hitchcock had only one cameo appearance. In the 1958 episode "A Dip In The Pool", he was on the cover of a copy of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine held by one of the actors.

Notable guest stars and character actors[edit]

A[edit]

  • Bettye Ackerman ("Tender Poisoner" Dec. 20, 1962)
  • Iris Adrian ("And So Died Riabouchinska" Feb. 12, 1956)
  • Claude Akins, three appearances ("Place of Shadows" Feb. 26, 1956, "Reward to Finder" Nov. 10, 1957 and "Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Frank Albertson ("Disappearing Trick" April 6, 1958)
  • Lola Albright, two appearances ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962 and "Misadventure" Dec. 7, 1964)
  • Corey Allen ("Jonathan" Dec. 2, 1956)
  • Rachel Ames (credited as Judith Ames) ("The Hidden Thing" May 20, 1956)
  • Rudolph Anders ("The Legacy" May 27, 1956)
  • John Anderson ("The Second Wife" April 26, 1965)
  • Richard Anderson ("Who Needs an Enemy?" May 15, 1964)
  • Edward Andrews ("Anyone for Murder?" March 13, 1964)
  • Michael Ansara, two appearances ("Shopping for Death" Jan. 29, 1956 and "The Baby Sitter" May 6, 1956)
  • Susan Anton ("Animal Lovers" circa 1988)
  • Ed Asner, two appearances ("What Frightened You, Fred?" May 1, 1962 and "To Catch a Butterfly" Feb. 1, 1963)
  • Mary Astor ("Mrs. Herman and Mrs. Fenimore" Dec. 28, 1958)
  • Edith Atwater ("Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)

B[edit]

  • Raymond Bailey, five appearances ("The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955, "Portrait of Jocelyn" April 8, 1956, "Sylvia" Jan. 19, 1958, "Disappearing Trick," April 6, 1958 and "A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962)
  • Fay Bainter ("Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Elsie Baker ("Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958)
  • Martin Balsam ("The Equalizer" Feb. 9, 1958)
  • Joan Banks, two appearances ("Never Again" April 22, 1956 and "The Cream of the Jest" March 10, 1957)
  • John Banner ("Safe Conduct," Feb. 19, 1956)
  • Barbara Barrie, two appearances ("Isabel" June 5, 1964 and "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Gene Barry, three appearances ("Triggers in Leash" Oct. 16, 1955, "Salvage" Nov. 6, 1955 and "Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963)
  • Martine Bartlett, two appearances ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963 and "Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963)
  • Billy Barty, two appearances ("The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957 and "The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964)
  • Richard Basehart, two appearances ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962 and "Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Frances Bavier ("Revenge" Oct. 2, 1955)
  • Barbara Baxley, six appearances (including "Nightmare in 4-D" Jan. 13, 1957 and "The Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater" April 21, 1957)
  • Anne Baxter ("A Nice Touch" Oct. 4, 1963)
  • William Beckley (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Ed Begley ("Triumph" Dec. 14, 1964)
  • Barbara Bel Geddes, four appearances ("Lamb to the Slaughter" 1958, "The Foghorn" March 16, 1958, "Morning of the Bride" Feb. 15,1959 and)
  • Harry Bellaver, two appearances ("Silent Witness" Nov. 3, 1957 and "The Indestructible Mr. Weems," June 9, 1957)
  • Jacques Bergerac, three appearances ("Safe Conduct" Feb. 19, 1956, "The Legacy" May 27, 1956 and "Return of the Hero" March 2, 1958)
  • Ted Bessell ("Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Carl Betz ("The Motive" Jan. 26, 1958)
  • Theodore Bikel ("Hands of Mr. Ottermole" May 5, 1957)
  • Whit Bissell ("Behind the Locked Door" March 27, 1964)
  • Sidney Blackmer ("Don't Come Back Alive" Oct. 23, 1955)
  • Larry Blyden ("Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Beulah Bondi ("Our Cook's a Treasure" Nov. 20, 1955)
  • Philip Bourneuf ("The Photographer & the Undertaker" March 15, 1965)
  • Scott Brady ("Run for Doom" May 17, 1963)
  • Paul Brinegar ("Premonition" Oct. 9, 1955)
  • Steve Brodie, three appearances ("The Creeper" June 17, 1956, "One More Mile To Go" April 7, 1957 and "Enough Rope for Two" Nov. 17, 1957)
  • Charles Bronson, two appearances ("And So Died Riabouchinska" Feb. 12, 1956 and "There was an Old Woman" March 18, 1956)
  • Peter Brown, two appearances ("Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963 and "Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Kathie Browne ("Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Argentina Brunetti ("Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956)
  • Pat Buttram, two appearances ("The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964 and "Lonely Place" Nov. 16, 1964)
  • Edd Byrnes ("Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)

C[edit]

  • James Caan ("Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964)
  • Sebastian Cabot (playing a dual role in "A Bullet for Baldwin", Jan. 1, 1956)
  • Howard Caine ("Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Rory Calhoun ("Killer Take All" 1988)
  • J. D. Cannon ("Completely Foolproof" March 29, 1965)
  • Roger C. Carmel ("The Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • David Carradine, two appearances with the first being uncredited ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • John Carradine ("Death Scene" March 8, 1965)
  • Art Carney ("Safety for the Witness" Nov. 23, 1958)
  • John Cassavetes, three appearances ("You Got To Have Luck", Jan. 15, 1956, "Murder Case" March 6, 1964 and "Water's Edge" Oct. 19, 1964)
  • Jack Cassidy ("The Photographer & the Undertaker" March 15, 1965)
  • Shaun Cassidy ("Hippocratic Oath", 1988)
  • Richard Collier, two appearances ("The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955 and "The Hidden Thing" May 20, 1956)
  • Patricia Collinge, four appearances ("The Cheney Vase" Dec. 25, 1955, "Rose Garden" Dec. 16, 1956, "Bonfire" Dec. 13, 1962 and "The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • William Conrad ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963)
  • Elisha Cook Jr. ("Salvage", Nov. 6, 1955)
  • Charles Cooper, three appearances (the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 17, March 24, and March 31, 1957)
  • Gladys Cooper, three appearances ("End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957, "What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963 and "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Ellen Corby, three appearances ("Triggers in Leash" Oct. 16, 1955, "Bull in a China Shop" March 30, 1958 and "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Joseph Cotten, three appearances ("Breakdown" Nov. 13, 1955, "Together" Jan. 12, 1958 and "Dead Weight" Nov. 22, 1959)
  • Bob Crane ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963)
  • Norma Crane, two appearances ("There was an Old Woman" March 18, 1956 and "The Equalizer" Feb. 9, 1958)
  • Hume Cronyn ("Kill with Kindness" Oct. 21, 1956)
  • Robert Culp, two appearances ("A Man Greatly Beloved", May 12, 1957 and "Good-Bye George" Dec. 13, 1963)

D[edit]

E[edit]

  • Clint Eastwood ("Human Interest Story" May. 24,1959) bit part non speaking role with Steve McQueen
  • Vince Edwards ("The Young One" Dec. 1, 1957)
  • Ronnie Claire Edwards ("You'll Die Laughing" 1988)
  • Ross Elliott ("Blood Bargain" Oct. 25, 1963)
  • Isobel Elsom, five appearances ("Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956, "The Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater" April 21, 1957, "The Diplomatic Corpse" Dec. 8, 1957, "Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962 and "The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963)
  • Leif Erickson, three appearances ("The Equalizer" February 9, 1958, "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964 and "The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Erik Estrada, ("The Big Spin", Jan. 7, 1989)
  • Judith Evelyn ("Martha Mason, Movie Star" May 19, 1957)
  • Tom Ewell (playing a dual role and the title role in "The Case of Mr. Pelham," Dec. 4, 1955)

F[edit]

  • Peter Falk ("Gratitude" April 25, 1961 and "Bonfire" Dec. 13, 1962)
  • James Farentino, two appearances ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962 and "Death Scene" March 8, 1965)
  • Norman Fell ("The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963)
  • Betty Field ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Barry Fitzgerald ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955)
  • Bess Flowers ("The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963)
  • Joan Fontaine ("The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Peter Fonda ("Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964)
  • Constance Ford, two appearances (including "The Creeper" June 17, 1956)
  • Steve Forrest ("The End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957)
  • John Forsythe, two appearances ("Premonition" Oct. 9, 1955 and "I Saw the Whole Thing" Oct. 11, 1962)
  • Eddie Foy, Jr. ("The Right Price" March 8, 1959)
  • Anne Francis, four appearances ("Hooked" Sept. 25, 1960, "What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963, "Blood Bargain" Oct. 25, 1963 and "The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • James Franciscus ("Forty Detectives Later" April 24, 1960)
  • Kathleen Freeman, two appearances ("You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963 and "The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Susan French ("The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)

G[edit]

  • John Gavin, two appearances ("Run for Doom" May 17, 1963 and "Off Season" May 10, 1965)
  • Anthony George ("The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963)
  • Lillian Gish ("Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • James Gleason, two appearances ("Kill with Kindness" Oct. 21, 1956 and "End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957)
  • Frank Gorshin, two appearances ("Decoy" June 10, 1956 and "The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • Peter Graves ("I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury Feb. 15, 1963)
  • Lorne Greene ("Help Wanted" April 1, 1956)
  • Dabbs Greer, two appearances ("There was an Old Woman" March 18, 1956 and "The Belfry", May 13, 1956)
  • Virginia Gregg, seven appearances ("Don't Come Back Alive", Oct. 23, 1955, "Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid," Dec. 18, 1955, "And So Died Riabouchinska" Feb. 12, 1956, "Nightmare in 4-D" Jan. 13, 1957, "A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963, "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • James Gregory, four appearances ("The Cream of the Jest" March 10, 1957, "The Perfect Crime" Oct. 20, 1957, and "The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963)
  • George Grizzard ("Fog Closing In" Oct. 7, 1956)
  • Harry Guardino ("Last Request" Nov. 24, 1957)
  • Clu Gulager ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)
  • Edmund Gwenn ("Father and Son" June 2, 1957)

H[edit]

  • Jean Hagen ("Enough Rope for Two" Nov. 17, 1957)
  • Arsenio Hall ("Happy Birthday" March 23, 1986)
  • Sir Cedric Hardwicke, two appearances ("Wet Saturday" Sept. 30, 1956 and "A Man Greatly Beloved" May 12, 1957)
  • Betty Harford, two appearances ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964 and “The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Robert H. Harris (also billed simply as Robert Harris), eight appearances ("Shopping for Death" Jan. 29, 1956, "The Orderly World of Mr. Appleby" April 15, 1956, "The Hidden Thing" May 20, 1956, "The Dangerous People" June 23, 1957, "The Safe Place" June 8, 1958, "Graduating Class" Dec. 27, 1959, "The Greatest Monster of Them All" Feb. 14, 1961 and "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Rosemary Harris, three appearances (the second and third parts of the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 24, and March 31, 1957 and "The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957)
  • Susan Harrison ("The Gloating Place" May 16, 1961)
  • Dolores Hart ("Silent Witness" Nov. 3, 1957)
  • Paul Hartman, three appearances ("Not the Running Type" Feb. 7, 1960, "Gratitude" April 25, 1961 and "Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Hurd Hatfield, two appearances ("The Perfect Murder" March 11, 1956 and "None Are So Blind" Oct. 28, 1956)
  • Kathryn Hays ("One of the Family" Feb. 8, 1965)
  • Louis Hayward ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Myron Healey ("Completely Foolproof" March 29, 1965)
  • John Heard ("Breakdown" 1985)
  • Percy Helton, five appearances ("Premonition" Oct. 9, 1955, "The Perfect Murder" March 11, 1956, "The Creeper" June 17, 1956, "Nightmare in 4-D" January 13, 1957, "Disappearing Trick" April 6, 1958 and "The Last Dark Step" Feb. 8, 1959)
  • Edward Herrmann ("The Mole" 1986)
  • Juano Hernández ("An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" 1959)
  • Darryl Hickman, ("Heart of Gold" Oct. 27, 1957)
  • Arthur Hill ("Human Interest Story", opposite Steve McQueen May 24, 1959)
  • Steven Hill, three appearances ("Enough Rope for Two" Nov. 17, 1957, "Who Needs an Enemy?" May 15, 1964 and "Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965)
  • Pat Hingle ("Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Patricia Hitchcock (Alfred Hitchcock's daughter, billed as Pat Hitchcock) ten appearances (including "Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955, "The Older Sister" Jan. 22, 1956, "The Belfry" May 13, 1956, "The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957, "Silent Witness" Nov. 3, 1957, the first of the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 24, 1957, and "Silent Witness" Nov. 3, 1957)
  • Charlene Holt ("A Nice Touch" Oct. 4, 1963)
  • Skip Homeier, two appearances, ("Momentum" June 24, 1956 (c) 1955 and "The Motive" Jan. 26, 1958)
  • Oscar Homolka ("Reward to Finder" Nov. 10, 1957)
  • Geoffrey Horne ("Completely Foolproof" March 29, 1965)
  • Robert Horton, seven appearances ("Decoy" June 10, 1956, "Crack of Doom," Nov. 25, 1956, "Mr. Blanchard's Secret" Dec. 23, 1956, "A Bottle of Wine" Feb. 3, 1957, "Disappearing Trick" April 6, 1958, "The Last Dark Step" Feb. 8, 1959, and "Hooked" Sept. 25, 1960)
  • Clegg Hoyt, two appearances ("To Catch a Butterfly" Feb. 1, 1963 and "The Photographer & the Undertaker" March 15, 1965)
  • John Hoyt (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Gary Hunley ("Santa Claus and the Tenth Avenue Kid" Dec. 18, 1955) and "The Manacled" Jan. 27, 1957)
  • Jeffrey Hunter ("Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962)
  • Kim Hunter ("The Evil of Adelaide Winters" Feb. 7, 1964)
  • Ruth Hussey ("Mink" June 3, 1956)
  • Will Hutchins ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Diana Hyland, two appearances ("To Catch a Butterfly" Feb. 1, 1963 and "Beyond the Sea of Death" Jan. 24, 1964)

I[edit]

J[edit]

  • Mary Jackson ("Mink" June 3, 1956)
  • Richard Jaeckel, three appearances ("Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963, "Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963 and "Off Season" May 10, 1965)
  • Sam Jaffe ("The Ikon of Elijah" Jan. 10, 1960)
  • Dean Jagger ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Russell Johnson ("Vicious Circle", April 14, 1957)
  • Van Johnson ("Killer Take All" 1988)
  • Carolyn Jones, two appearances ("The Cheney Vase" Dec. 25, 1955)
  • Henry Jones five appearances (including "West Warlock Time Capsule" May 26, 1956, "Nightmare in 4-D" Jan. 13, 1957 and "The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Victor Jory ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)

K[edit]

L[edit]

  • Martin Landau ("The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • Elsa Lanchester (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Jocelyn Lane ("The Photographer & the Undertaker" March 15, 1965)
  • Louise Latham ("An Unlocked Window" Feb. 15, 1965)
  • Peter Lawford, two appearances ("The Long Shot" Nov. 27, 1955 and "Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • Cloris Leachman ("Premonition" Oct. 9, 1955, "Don't Interrupt" Oct. 12, 1958 and "Where Beauty Lies" June 26, 1962)
  • Christopher Lee ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Ruta Lee ("The Cheney Vase" Dec. 25, 1955)
  • Margaret Leighton, two appearances ("Tea Time" Dec. 14, 1958 and "Where the Woodbine Twineth" Jan. 11, 1965)
  • Len Lesser, ("Heart of Gold" Oct. 27, 1957)
  • Peggy Lipton ("Night Fever" May 3, 1965)
  • Norman Lloyd ("Nightmare in 4-D" Jan. 13, 1957)
  • June Lockhart ("The Second Wife" April 26, 1965)
  • Robert Loggia, three appearances ("The Money" Nov. 29, 1960), ("You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963 and "The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Julie London ("Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • Richard Long ("Blood Bargain" Oct. 25, 1963)
  • Lynn Loring ("Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964)
  • Peter Lorre, two appearances ("Man from the South" Jan. 3, 1960 and "The Diplomatic Corpse" Dec. 8, 1957)
  • Joan Lorring ("The Older Sister" Jan. 22, 1956)
  • Carol Lynley, two appearances ("The Young One" Dec. 1, 1957 and "Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)

M[edit]

  • James MacArthur ("Behind the Locked Door" March 27, 1964)
  • Patrick Macnee ("The Crystal Trench" Oct. 4, 1959)
  • George Macready, four appearances ("Premonition" Oct. 9, 1955, "The Cheney Vase" December 25, 1955, "Vicious Circle" April 14, 1957, and "The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • Lee Majors ("The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Arthur Malet (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Jayne Mansfield ("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962)
  • Enid Markey ("The Legacy" May 27, 1956)
  • John Marley, three appearances ("An Out for Oscar" April 5, 1963, "Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963 and "The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • Hugh Marlowe, five appearances (including "John Brown's Body" Dec. 30, 1956, "A Man Greatly Beloved" May 12, 1957, "Last Request" Nov. 24, 1957 and "Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Scott Marlowe, as Eliot Gray ("The Throwback", February 28, 1961)
  • E. G. Marshall, two appearances ("The Mail Order Prophet" Oct. 13, 1957 and "The Impatient Patient" 1986)
  • Herbert Marshall, two appearances ("A Bottle of Wine" Feb. 3, 1957 and "Little White Frock" June 29, 1958)
  • James Mason ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962)
  • Raymond Massey ("Road Hog" Dec. 6, 1959)
  • Carole Mathews, two appearances ("The Baby Sitter" May 6, 1956 and "The Percentage" January 5, 1958)
  • Walter Matthau, two appearances ("Dry Run" Nov. 8, 1959 and "Cop For A Day" Oct. 31,1961)
  • Lester Matthews ("Completely Foolproof" March 29, 1965)
  • David McCallum ("Murder Party" 1988)
  • Kevin McCarthy (Beast in View" March 20, 1964)
  • Roddy McDowall, two appearances ("The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964 and "See the Monkey Dance" Nov. 9, 1964)
  • Darren McGavin, three appearances ("Triggers in Leash" Oct. 16, 1955, "The Cheney Vase" Dec. 25, 1955 and "A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • John McGiver ("Fatal Figures" April 20, 1958)
  • Biff McGuire, three appearances ("A Gentleman From America" April 29, 1956, "The Hidden Thing" May 20, 1956 and "Crackpot" Jan. 6, 1957)
  • Steve McQueen, two appearances ("Human Interest Story" May 24, 1959 and "Man from the South" opposite Peter Lorre Jan. 3, 1960)
  • Patricia Medina ("See the Monkey Dance" Nov. 9, 1964)
  • Ralph Meeker, two appearances ("Revenge" Oct. 2, 1955 and "Malice Domestic" Feb. 10, 1957)
  • Dina Merrill ("Bonfire" Dec. 13, 1962)
  • Gary Merrill, four appearances ("Manacled" Jan. 27, 1957, "Flight to the East" March 23, 1958, "The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963 and "Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963)
  • Robert Middleton, three appearances ("Crack of Doom" Nov. 25, 1956, "Better Bargain" Dec. 9, 1956 and "The Indestructible Mr. Weems" June 9, 1957)
  • Vera Miles, three appearances ("Revenge" Oct. 2, 1955, "Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962 and "Death Scene" March 8, 1965)
  • Ray Milland ("A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963)
  • George Mitchell, two appearances ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962 and "Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Elizabeth Montgomery ("Man with a Problem" Nov. 16, 1958)
  • Roger Moore ("The Avon Emeralds" March 22, 1959)
  • Joanna Cook Moore (credited as Joanna Moore) ("Who Needs an Enemy?" May 15, 1964 and "The Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • Dennis Morgan ("Bull in a China Shop" March 30, 1958)
  • Harry Morgan ("Anniversary Gift" Nov. 1, 1959)
  • Read Morgan ("The Little Man Who Was There" April 3, 1960)
  • Robert Morley ("Specialty of the House" Dec. 13, 1959)
  • Vic Morrow ("A Little Sleep" June 16, 1957)
  • Barry Morse ("A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963)
  • Arnold Moss ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962)
  • Jack Mullaney, four appearances ("Never Again" April 22, 1956, "The Belfry" May 13, 1956 "Decoy" June 10, 1956 and "A Little Sleep" June 16, 1957)
  • Billy Mumy, three appearances ("Bang! You're Dead" Oct. 17, 1961, "The Door Without A Key" Jan. 16, 1962, and "House Guest" Nov. 8, 1962)
  • Tony Musante ("Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964)

N[edit]

  • Alan Napier, six appearances ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955, the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 17, March 24, and March 31, 1957, "An Out for Oscar" April 5, 1963 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Mildred Natwick ("The Perfect Murder" March 11, 1956)
  • Barry Nelson, two appearances ("Anyone for Murder?" March 13, 1964 and "Misadventure" Dec. 7, 1964)
  • Lois Nettleton ("The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963)
  • Bob Newhart ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • Anthony Newley ("You'll Die Laughing" 1988)
  • Robert Newton ("The Derelicts" Feb. 5, 1956)
  • Leslie Nielsen, at least two appearances ("The $2,000,000 Defense" Nov. 2, 1958 and "Ambition" July 4, 1961)
  • Jeanette Nolan, two appearances ("The Young One" Dec. 1, 1957 and "Triumph" Dec. 14, 1964)
  • Eva Novak ("The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963)

O[edit]

P[edit]

  • Fess Parker ("Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963)
  • Michael Parks, two appearances ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963 and "The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Michael Pate, two appearances (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Marisa Pavan ("You Got to Have Luck," Jan. 15, 1956)
  • George Peppard ("The Diplomatic Corpse" Dec. 8, 1957)
  • Carmen Phillips, two appearances ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962 and "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Slim Pickens ("The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964)
  • Sydney Pollack ("The Contest for Aaron Gold" Oct. 18, 1960)
  • Vincent Price ("The Perfect Crime" Oct. 20, 1957)
  • Robert Prosky ("The Right Kind of Medicine" circa 1985)

Q[edit]

  • John Qualen, three appearances: ("A Bullet for Baldwin", Jan. 1, 1956, "Shopping for Death", Jan. 29, 1956 and "Help Wanted", Apr. 1st 1956)
  • Kathleen Quinlan ("Foghound" 1988)

R[edit]

  • Cristina Raines ("Prisoners" 1985)
  • Claude Rains, five appearances ("And So Died Riabouchinska" Feb. 12, 1956, "The Cream of the Jest" March 10, 1957, "The Diamond Necklace" Feb. 22, 1959, "The Horse Player" March 14, 1961 and "The Door Without A Key" Jan. 16, 1962)
  • Tony Randall ("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962)
  • Ron Randell ("Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • William Redfield, two appearances ("Manacled" Jan. 27, 1957 and "The Motive" Jan. 26, 1958)
  • Robert Redford three appearances ("The Right Kind of Medicine" Dec. 19, 1961, "A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962, and "A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963)
  • Philip Reed, five appearances ("A Bullet for Baldwin" Jan. 1, 1956, "The Derelicts," Feb. 5, 1956, "Shopping for Death" Jan. 29, 1956, "Sylvia" Jan. 19, 1958 and "Tender Poisoner" Dec. 20, 1962)
  • Carl Benton Reid, three appearances ("Run for Doom" May 17, 1963, "The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964 and "When the Woodbine Twineth" Jan. 11, 1965)
  • Michael Rennie two appearances ("The Foghorn" March 16, 1958 and "The Long Silence" March 22, 1963)
  • Alejandro Rey ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Burt Reynolds ("Escape to Sonoita" June 26, 1960)
  • Donnelly Rhodes ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964 and "The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • Madlyn Rhue ("The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963)
  • Thelma Ritter ("The Baby Sitter" May 6, 1956)
  • Chris Robinson, two appearances ("Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963 and "The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963)
  • Wayne Rogers ("The Big Kick" June 19, 1962)
  • Gilbert Roland ("Death and the Joyful Woman" April 12, 1963)
  • Ruth Roman ("What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963)
  • Katharine Ross ("The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963)
  • Gena Rowlands, four appearances ("The Doubtful Doctor" Oct. 4, 1960, "Ride the Nightmare" Nov. 29, 1962, "The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963, and "Murder Case" March 6, 1964)
  • Evelyn Rudie ("A Man Greatly Beloved" May 12, 1957)
  • Alfred Ryder ("The Photographer & the Undertaker" March 15, 1965)

S[edit]

  • Albert Salmi, two appearances ("The Dangerous People" June 23, 1957 and "I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" Feb. 15, 1963)
  • Dick Sargent ("Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962)
  • Michael Sarrazin ("Prism" 1988)
  • Telly Savalas ("A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • Gia Scala ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • William Schallert ("Bad Actor" Jan. 9, 1962)
  • Mary Scott, five appearances ("Mr. Blanchard's Secret" Dec. 23, 1956, "Crackpot" Jan. 6, 1957, "The Diplomatic Corpse" Dec. 8, 1957, "Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962 and "The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • George Segal ("A Nice Touch" Oct. 4, 1963)
  • Pilar Seurat ("You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963)
  • William Shatner ("The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957; "Mother, May I Go Out to Swim?" Apr. 10, 1960)
  • Harry Shearer ("The Night the World Ended" Apr. 28, 1957)
  • Martin Sheen ("The Method Actor" 1985)
  • Henry Silva ("Better Bargain" Dec. 9, 1956 and "An Out for Oscar" April 5, 1963)
  • Jean Simmons ("Pen Pal" ca. 1988)
  • Lilia Skala ("One of the Family" Feb. 8, 1965)
  • Tom Skerritt ("Run for Doom" May 17, 1963)
  • Jeremy Slate, three appearances ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962, "Beyond the Sea of Death" Jan. 24, 1964 and "One of the Family" Feb. 8, 1965)
  • Everett Sloane, two appearances ("Our Cook's a Treasure" Nov. 20, 1955 and "Place of Shadows" Feb. 26, 1956)
  • Kent Smith three appearances ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962, "Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Ann Sothern ("Water's Edge" Oct. 19, 1964)
  • David Soul ("Don't Sell Yourself Short" 1988)
  • Barbara Steele ("Beta Delta Gamma" Nov. 14, 1961)
  • Inger Stevens, two appearances ("My Brother Richard" Jan. 20, 1957 and "Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963)
  • Stella Stevens ("Twist" 1988)
  • Warren Stevens, two appearances ("Premonition" Oct. 9, 1955 and "Never Again" April 22, 1956)
  • Dorothy Stickney, two appearances ("Conversation Over a Corpse" Nov. 18, 1956 and "Miss Paisley's Cat" Dec. 22, 1957)
  • Dean Stockwell ("Annabel" Nov. 1, 1962)
  • Larry Storch ("An Out for Oscar" April 5, 1963)
  • Robert Strauss ("The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • Michael Strong ("What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963)
  • Barry Sullivan ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Gloria Swanson ("Behind the Locked Door" March 27, 1964)

T[edit]

  • Jessica Tandy, three appearances ("Toby" Nov. 4, 1956, "The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957 and "The Canary Sedan" June 15, 1958)
  • Rockne Tarkington ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Buck Taylor ("Death Scene" March 8, 1965)
  • Ray Teal, six appearances ("Revenge" Oct. 2, 1955, "You Got to Have Luck" Jan. 15, 1956, "The Baby Sitter" May 6, 1956, "My Brother Richard", Jan. 20, 1957, "Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957 and "Road Hog," Dec. 6, 1959)
  • Joan Tetzel ("Guest for Breakfast" Feb. 23, 1958)
  • Phyllis Thaxter, six appearances ("Never Again" April 22, 1956, "Fog Closing In" Oct. 7, 1956, "Malice Domestic" Feb. 10, 1957, "The Long Silence" March 22, 1963, "Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963 and "Change of Address" Oct. 12, 1964)
  • Torin Thatcher ("Hands of Mr. Ottermole" May 5, 1957)
  • Lawrence Tierney ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Ann Todd ("Sylvia" Jan. 19, 1958)
  • Rip Torn ("Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957)
  • Claire Trevor ("Safe Conduct" Feb. 19, 1956)

U[edit]

V[edit]

W[edit]

  • Lindsay Wagner ("Prism" 1988)
  • Eli Wallach ("Kadinsky's Vault" 1988)
  • Katherine Warren, three appearances ("Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956, "The Hidden Thing" May 20, 1956 and "Silent Witness" Nov. 3, 1957)
  • David Wayne, two appearances ("One More Mile To Go" April 7, 1957 and "The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963)
  • Dennis Weaver ("Insomnia" May 8, 1960)
  • Mel Welles ("Flight to the East" March 23, 1958)
  • David White, two appearances ("The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963 and "Night Caller" Jan. 31, 1964)
  • Mary Wickes ("The Baby Sitter" May 6, 1956)
  • Collin Wilcox, two appearances ("The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964 and "The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Cara Williams ("Decoy" June 10, 1956 and "Last Request" Nov. 24, 1957)
  • John Williams, ten appearances ("The Long Shot" Nov. 27, 1955, "Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956, "Whodunit?" March 25, 1956, "Wet Saturday" Sept. 30, 1956, "Rose Garden" Dec. 16, 1956, the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 17, March 24, and March 31, 1957, "The Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater" April 21, 1957, and "Banquo's Chair" May 3, 1959)
  • Rhys Williams ("Hands of Mr. Ottermole" May 5, 1957)
  • Estelle Winwood, two appearances ("There was an Old Woman" March 18, 1956 and "Bull in a China Shop" March 30, 1958)
  • Edward Woodward, two appearances (two-part episode, "The Hunter" ca. 1988)
  • Joanne Woodward ("Momentum" June 24, 1956)
  • Fay Wray ("Dip in the Pool" June 1, 1958)
  • Teresa Wright, two appearances ("Three Wives Too Many" Jan. 3, 1964 and "Lonely Place," Nov. 16, 1964)
  • Jane Wyatt ("The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Dana Wynter ("An Unlocked Window" Feb. 15, 1965)

X[edit]

Y[edit]

  • Dick York, five appearances ("Vicious Circle" April 14, 1957, "The Blessington Method" Nov. 15, 1959, "The Doubtful Doctor"Oct. 4, 1960, "You Can't Be A Little Girl All Your Life" Nov. 21, 1961 and "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963)
  • Gig Young ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962)

Z[edit]

  • John Zaremba, five appearances ("The Perfect Crime" Oct. 20, 1957, "I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962, "Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962, "The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963 and "Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. ("See the Monkey Dance" Nov. 9, 1964)

Other Actors[edit]

A[edit]

  • Philip Abbott ("Portrait of Jocelyn" April 8, 1956)
  • Carmelita Acosta ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Julia Adams ("Little White Frock," June 29, 1958)
  • Mary Adams ("The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963)
  • Neile Adams ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964)
  • James Adamson ("A Bullet for Baldwin", Jan. 1, 1956)
  • Virginia Aldridge ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)
  • Louise Allbritton ("Never Again" April 22, 1956)
  • John Alderson, two appearances ("A Gentleman From America" April 29, 1956 and "Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Virginia Aldridge ("Death Scene" March 8, 1965)
  • Elizabeth Allen ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963)
  • Will Allen ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • John Alonzo ("The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964)
  • Yolanda Alonzo ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Murray Alper ("The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • Judith Ames ("The Hidden Thing" May 20, 1956)
  • Bruce Andersen, four appearances ("Most Likely to Succeed" May 8, 1962, "The Big Kick" June 19, 1962, "Beast in View" March 20, 1964 and "Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • John Anderson ("Ride the Nightmare" Nov. 29, 1962)
  • E. J. Andre, two appearances ("When the Woodbine Twineth" Jan. 11, 1965 and "An Unlocked Window" Feb. 15, 1965)
  • Edit Angold, two appearances ("Sylvia" Jan. 19, 1958 and "The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • Harry Antrim ("Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963)
  • Vincent Arias ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Roxanne Arlen, two appearances ("The Legacy," May 27, 1956 and the second of the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 24, 1957)
  • David Armstrong ("The Dangerous People" June 23, 1957)
  • R. G. Armstrong ("Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963 and "Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)
  • Robert Armstrong ("House Guest" Nov. 8, 1962)
  • Indus Arthur ("Off Season" May 10, 1965)
  • Jan Arvan, two appearances ("The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955 and "Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963)
  • Roscoe Ates ("Road Hog" Dec. 6, 1959)
  • Harvey Atkin ("Don't Sell Yourself Short" 1988)
  • G. B. Atwater, two appearances ("You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963 and "Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965)
  • Ann Ayars ("Beyond the Sea of Death" Jan. 24, 1964)
  • Harold Ayer, two appearances ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964 and "The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)

B[edit]

  • Alice Backes, five appearances ("The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963, "The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964, "Bed of Roses" May 22, 1964, "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964 and "The Second Wife" April 26, 1965)
  • Joby Baker ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Madelon Baker ("John Brown's Body" Dec. 30, 1956)
  • Thomas Anderson Baker ("Prism" 1988)
  • April Banigan ("Pen Pal" circa 1988)
  • John Banner ("Murder Case" March 6, 1964)
  • John Baragrey, two appearances ("Portrait of Jocelyn" April 8, 1956 and "One for the Road" March 3, 1957)
  • Eileen Baral ("Where the Woodbine Twineth" Jan. 11, 1965)
  • Jerry Barclay, three appearances ("Wet Saturday" Sept. 30, 1956 and the first and second parts of the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 17 and March 24, 1957)
  • Katharine Bard ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Rayford Barnes, three appearances ("An Out for Oscar" April 5, 1963, "Water's Edge" Oct. 19, 1964 and "Night Fever" May 3, 1965)
  • Suzanne Barnes ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Robert H. Barrat ("Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964)
  • Benjamin Barrett ("Prism" 1988)
  • Edith Barrett ("A Man Greatly Beloved" May 12, 1957)
  • Jim Barringer ("Beyond the Sea of Death" Jan. 24, 1964)
  • Leslie Barringer ("Night Caller" Jan. 31, 1964)
  • Baynes Barron ("Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958)
  • Fern Barry ("What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963)
  • Patricia Barry, two appearances ("The Chaser" and "I Dream of Genie")
  • Calvin Bartlett, two appearances ("A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964 and "The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • Norman Bartold ("Nightmare in 4-D" Jan. 13, 1957)
  • Paul Baxley ("Who Needs an Enemy?" May 15, 1964)
  • Alan Baxter ("The Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • Michael Beirne, two appearances ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963 and "The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • Tom Begley ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Thomas Bellin ("Blood Bargain" Oct. 25, 1963)
  • Cynthia Belliveau ("Hippocratic Oath" 1988)
  • Marjorie Bennett ("The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964)
  • Lee Bergere ("Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Barry Bernard ("The Canary Sedan" June 15, 1958)
  • Bob Bernard ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Butch Bernard ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955)
  • Jack Bernardi ("The Photographer & the Undertaker" March 15, 1965)
  • Shari Lee Bernath ("See the Monkey Dance" Nov. 9, 1964)
  • James Best ("The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964)
  • Ivy Bethune ("Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Edward Binns ("Heart of Gold" Oct. 27, 1957)
  • Martin Blaine ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Anthony Blankley ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955)
  • Ted Bliss ("The Indestructible Mr. Weems" June 9, 1957)
  • Mike Blodgett (sometimes billed as Michael Blodgett) ("Change of Address" Oct. 12, 1964 and "The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • Gary Blumsack ("You'll Die Laughing" 1988)
  • Hal Bokar, two appearances ("A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963 and "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963)
  • Jim Boles, three appearances ("Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963, "Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964 and "The Second Wife" April 26, 1965)
  • Christopher Bondy ("Murder Party" 1988)
  • Gail Bonney, four appearances ("Run for Doom" May 17, 1963, "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963, "How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963 and "Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965)
  • Karin Booth ("Last Request" Nov. 24, 1957)
  • Nesdon Booth ("Fatal Figures" April 20, 1958)
  • Veda Ann Borg ("Mink" June 3, 1956)
  • Nick Borgani ("Death Scene" March 8, 1965)
  • Willis Bouchey, three appearances ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962, "The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963 and "One of the Family" Feb. 8, 1965)
  • William Boyett, three appearances ("Silent Witness" Nov. 3, 1957, "The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963 and Beast in View" March 20, 1964)
  • Paul Bradley ("The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963)
  • William Bramley, two appearances ("Tender Poisoner" Dec. 20, 1962 and "Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964)
  • Jocelyn Brando ("The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964)
  • Henry Brandt ("Annabel" Nov. 1, 1962)
  • Robert Bray ("Night of the Owl" Oct. 4, 1962)
  • Michael Bregan ("Misadventure" Dec. 7, 1964)
  • George Brenlin ("Vicious Circle" April 14, 1957)
  • Patricia Breslin, two appearances ("Night of the Owl" Oct. 4, 1962 and "Anyone for Murder?" March 13, 1964)
  • Carol Brewster ("Night Fever" May 3, 1965)
  • Diane Brewster ("The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955)
  • Nicki Brick ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Iris Bristol (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Keith Britton ("Crack of Doom" Nov. 25, 1956)
  • Peter Brocco ("Blood Bargain" Oct. 25, 1963)
  • Sheila Bromley, two appearances ("Mink" June 3, 1956 and "The Evil of Adelaide Winters" Feb. 7, 1964)
  • Lillian Bronson ("None Are So Blind" Oct. 28, 1956)
  • Peter Brooks ("A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963)
  • Horace Brown (billed as "Capt. Horace Brown") ("Death Scene" March 8, 1965)
  • J. B. Brown ("Water's Edge" Oct. 19, 1964)
  • Kathie Brown ("Bed of Roses" May 22, 1964)
  • Lew Brown, five appearances ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963, "Run for Doom" May 17, 1963, "Three Wives Too Many" Jan. 3, 1964, "The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964 and "An Unlocked Window" Feb. 15, 1965)
  • Eve Bruce ("Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Sam Buffington ("West Warlock Time Capsule" May 26, 1956)
  • Richard Bull, three appearances ("Tender Poisoner" Dec. 20, 1962, "Death and the Joyful Woman" April 12, 1963 and "Night Fever" May 3, 1965)
  • Bart Burns ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962)
  • Paul Burns ("Mink" June 3, 1956)
  • Lou Byrne, two appearances ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962 and "Isabel" June 5, 1964)

C[edit]

  • Barry Cahill ("Run for Doom" May 17, 1963)
  • King Calder ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963)
  • Anthony Call ("Blood Bargain" Oct. 25, 1963)
  • Cheryl Callaway, ("Heart of Gold" Oct. 27, 1957)
  • Peter Camlin ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955)
  • Colin Campbell ("The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957)
  • Charles Cantor, three appearances ("The Long Shot" Nov. 27, 1955, "And So Died Riabouchinska" Feb. 12, 1956 and "Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956)
  • Kathryn Card ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • MacDonald Carey ("House Guest" Nov. 8, 1962)
  • Claire Carleton, two appearances ("And So Died Riabouchinska" Feb. 12, 1956 and uncredited in the original credits "Martha Mason, Movie Star" May 19, 1957)
  • John Carlyle ("A Little Sleep" June 16, 1957)
  • Richard Carlyle ("The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Dee Carroll, two appearances ("Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963 and "Who Needs an Enemy?" May 15, 1964)
  • J. Winston Carroll ("You'll Die Laughing" 1988)
  • Robert Carson, three appearances ("Last Request" Nov. 24, 1957 and "The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963 and "Run for Doom" May 17, 1963)
  • Sally Carter ("Good-Bye George" Dec. 13, 1963)
  • Lynn Cartwright ("The Equalizer" Feb. 9, 1958)
  • Dick Caruso ("The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Sid Cassell ("The Diplomatic Corpse" Dec. 8, 1957)
  • Iphigenie Castiglioni ("Return of the Hero" March 2, 1958)
  • Gloria Castillo ("Return of the Hero" March 2, 1958)
  • Gaylord Cavallaro ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)
  • Marc Cavell, two appearances ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962 and "Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • William Challee ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Tina Challey ("Gigolo" 1985)
  • William Challee ("Final Performance" Jan. 18, 1965)
  • Chick Chandler ("Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956)
  • George Chandler ("A Little Sleep" June 16, 1957)
  • Lonny Chapman ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964)
  • Lewis Charles ("A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • Vincent Chase, two appearances ("The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965 and "The Second Wife" April 26, 1965)
  • Don Chastain ("The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • Lilyan Chauvin ("Return of the Hero" March 2, 1958)
  • Jan Chaney ("A Gentleman From America" April 29, 1956)
  • Jack Chefe, two appearances ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955 and "The Perfect Murder" March 11, 1956)
  • Virginia Christine ("The Long Shot" Nov. 27, 1955)
  • Linda Christian ("An Out for Oscar" April 5, 1963)
  • Ken Christy, three appearances ("Momentum", June 24, 1956 (c) 1955; "A Man Greatly Beloved" May 12, 1957 and "The Mail Order Prophet" Oct. 13, 1957)
  • Ralph Clanton, four appearances ("A Gentleman From America" April 29, 1956, "The Legacy" May 27, 1956, "Malice Domestic" Feb. 10, 1957 and "Flight to the East" March 23, 1958)
  • Bobby Clark, two appearances ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955 and "West Warlock Time Capsule" May 26, 1956)
  • Ken Clark, two appearances ("The Dangerous People" June 23, 1957 and "The Motive" Jan. 26, 1958)
  • Steve Clark ("You Got to Have Luck" Jan. 15, 1956)
  • Cheryll Clarke ("A Bullet for Baldwin" Jan. 1, 1956)
  • Gary Clarke ("The Motive" Jan. 26, 1958)
  • Gary Cockrell ("Annabel" Nov. 1, 1962)
  • Ann Codee ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955)
  • Nicholas Colasanto ("Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Dabney Coleman ("Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963 and "Isabel" June 5, 1964)
  • Patricia Collins ("The Impatient Patient" 1986)
  • Russell Collins, seven appearances ("John Brown's Body" Dec. 30, 1956, "Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957, "The Indestructible Mr. Weems" June 9, 1957, "Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957, "I'll Take Care of You" March 15, 1959, "The Right Kind Of Medicine" Dec. 19,1961 and "Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Rex Comeaux ("Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965)
  • John Compton, two appearances ("The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955 and "The Belfry" May 13, 1956)
  • Paul Comi ("The Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • Rita Conde ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Joe Conley ("Disappearing Trick" April 6, 1958)
  • Christopher Connelly ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Curt Conway, two appearances ("Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963 and "Beast in View" March 20, 1964)
  • Tom Conway ("The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957)
  • Barbara Cook ("A Little Sleep" June 16, 1957)
  • Philip Coolidge, four appearances ("The Perfect Murder" March 11, 1956, "Decoy" June 10, 1956, "End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957 and "Night of the Owl" Oct. 4, 1962)
  • Clancy Cooper ("Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962)
  • Jeff Cooper ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Melville Cooper, three appearances (the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 17, March 24, and March 31, 1957)
  • Cathleen Cordell ("A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963)
  • Erik Corey ("The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963)
  • Robert Cornthwaite, two appearances ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962 and "Three Wives Too Many" Jan. 3, 1964)
  • Staats Cotsworth ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963)
  • Chuck Courtney ("Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964")
  • Claudia Cravey ("Night of the Owl" Oct. 4, 1962)
  • Tharon Crigler ("The Motive" Jan. 26, 1958)
  • Michael Crisalli ("What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963)
  • Rupert Crosse ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Paricia Crowley ("A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • Murray Cruchley ("You'll Die Laughing" 1988)
  • Pamela Curran ("The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • Mason Curry, two appearances ("Never Again" April 22, 1956 and "End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957)
  • Craig Curtis ("Bonfire" Dec. 13, 1962)
  • Willa Pearl Curtis ("The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963)
  • Patricia Cutts ("Flight to the East" March 23, 1958 and "Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • Dorothy Crehan ("None Are So Blind" Oct. 28, 1956)
  • Suzanne Cyr ("The Impatient Patient" 1986)

D[edit]

  • Dan Dailey ("Tender Poisoner" Dec. 20, 1962)
  • Marcel Dalio ("Return of the Hero," March 2, 1958)
  • Mark Damon ("Place of Shadows" Feb. 26, 1956)
  • Rhonda D'Amour ("Houdini on Channel Four" 1987)
  • Leora Dana, two appearances ("The Legacy" May 27, 1956 and John Brown's Body" Dec. 30, 1956)
  • Mark Dana ("The Perfect Crime" Oct. 20, 1957)
  • Harold Daniels ("Road Hog" Dec. 6, 1959)
  • Royal Dano, two appearances ("My Brother Richard", Jan. 20, 1957 and "Change of Address" Oct. 12, 1964)
  • Christopher Dark ("Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963)
  • Albert d'Arno ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955)
  • Sandra Daro ("The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • Jane Darwell ("The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964)
  • Charles Davis, four appearances (the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 17, March 24, and March 31, 1957 and "Father & Son" June 2, 1957)
  • Susan Davis ("Change of Address" Oct. 12, 1964)
  • Warren Davis ("Prism" 1988)
  • Theodora Davitt ("Silent Witness" Nov. 3, 1957)
  • Hal K. Dawson (sometimes billed simply as Hal Dawson), two appearances ("You Got to Have Luck" Jan. 15, 1956 and "End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957)
  • June Dayton ("To Catch a Butterfly" Feb. 1, 1963)
  • Joe De Angelo ("The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964)
  • Roger De Koven ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962)
  • Francis de Sales, two appearances ("Crack of Doom" Nov. 25, 1956 and "Beyond the Sea of Death" Jan. 24, 1964)
  • Joe De Santis ("Night Fever" May 3, 1965)
  • Valentin De Vargas ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Roy Dean ("Little White Frock" June 29, 1958)
  • John Dee ("Killer Take All" 1988)
  • Judith DeHart ("I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" Feb. 15, 1963)
  • Marlene DeLamater ("The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964)
  • Cyril Delevanti ("The Derelicts" Feb. 5, 1956)
  • Nick Dennis ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962)
  • Crahan Denton ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Laura Devon ("Death and the Joyful Woman" April 12, 1963)
  • Mimi Dillard ("A Nice Touch" Oct. 4, 1963)
  • Brendan Thomas Dillon (sometimes billed simply as Brendan Dillon), five appearances ("Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963, "A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963, "Murder Case" March 6, 1964, “The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • George Dockstader ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • John Dodsworth ("A Gentleman From America" April 29, 1956)
  • Larry Domasin ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Patricia Donahue ("Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963)
  • Joseph Downing, two appearances ("Place of Shadows" Feb. 26, 1956 and "Bull in a China Shop" March 30, 1958)
  • Terry Doyle ("Prism" 1988)
  • Tom Drake ("Off Season" May 10, 1965)
  • Fred Draper ("Off Season" May 10, 1965)
  • Noel Drayton ("Murder Case" March 6, 1964)
  • Howard Duff ("Tender Poisoner" Dec. 20, 1962)
  • Craig Duncan, three appearances ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962, "Bonfire" Dec. 13, 1962 and "Blood Bargain" Oct. 25, 1963)
  • Carolyn Dunn ("Houdini on Channel Four" 1987)
  • Steve Dunne ("What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963)
  • David Dwight ("A Bullet for Baldwin" Jan. 1, 1956)

E[edit]

  • Steve Eastin ("Prisoners" 1985)
  • Jack Easton Jr. ("Road Hog" Dec. 6, 1959)
  • Horst Ebers ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • James Edmond ("The Impatient Patient" 1986)
  • Sam Edwards ("You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963)
  • Erica Ehm ("Don't Sell Yourself Short" 1988)
  • Horst Ehrnhardt ("The Belfry" May 13, 1956)
  • Adrianne Ellis ("Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965)
  • Bobby Ellis ("My Brother Richard" Jan. 20, 1957)
  • Donald Elson ("The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Robert Emhardt, five appearances ("Don't Come Back Alive" Oct. 23, 1955, "Crackpot" Jan. 6, 1957, "Martha Mason, Movie Star", May 19, 1957, "Road Hog" December 6, 1959 and "Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964)
  • Lee Erickson, two appearances ("Shopping for Death" Jan. 29, 1956 and "Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956)
  • Judith Evelyn ("Guilty Witness" Dec. 11, 1955)
  • Anthony Eustrel ("Mink" June 3, 1956)
  • Evans Evans ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962)
  • Gene Evans ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962)
  • Edith Evanson, two appearances ("Manacled" Jan. 27, 1957 and "Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958)

F[edit]

  • Diane Fabian ("Killer Take All" 1988)
  • Ricks Falk ("Isabel" June 5, 1964)
  • Felicia Farr ("Night Caller" Jan. 31, 1964)
  • Sharon Farrell, two appearances ("The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964 and "Final Performance" Jan. 18, 1965)
  • William Fawcett ("The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964)
  • Jesslyn Fax, two appearances ("The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963 and "The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Frank Ferguson ("Night of the Owl" Oct. 4, 1962)
  • Annette Ferra ("The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963)
  • John Fiedler ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962)
  • Jan Filips ("Houdini on Channel Four" 1987)
  • Geraldine Fitzgerald ("Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Bronwyn FitzSimons ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Barry Flatman ("You'll Die Laughing" 1988)
  • James Flavin ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Page Fletcher ("Pen Pal" (c) 1988)
  • Susan Fletcher ("Killer Take All" 1988)
  • Joel Fluellen ("When the Woodbine Twineth" Jan. 11, 1965)
  • Gertrude Flynn, three appearances ("A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963, "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963 and "The Second Wife" April 26, 1965)
  • Brenda Forbes (Beast in View" March 20, 1964)
  • Mary Forbes ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955)
  • Ross Ford ("Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956)
  • Eric Forst ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Judd Foster ("The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963)
  • Robert Foulk ("The Derelicts" Feb. 5, 1956)
  • Colin Fox ("Murder Party" 1988)
  • Michael Fox ("Crackpot" Jan. 6, 1957)
  • Richard Franchot ("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962)
  • Tony Franke ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964)
  • David Frankham ("Murder Case" March 6, 1964)
  • Charles Fredericks, two appearances ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963 and "Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965)
  • David Fresco, four appearances ("Three Wives Too Many" Jan. 3, 1964, "Anyone for Murder?" March 13, 1964, "Water's Edge" Oct. 19, 1964 and "The Second Wife" April 26, 1965)
  • Walter Friedel ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Alice Frost ("Bed of Roses" May 22, 1964)
  • Rad Fulton ("Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958)
  • George Furth, two appearances ("Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963 and Beast in View" March 20, 1964)

G[edit]

  • John Gallaudet ("Revenge", Oct. 2, 1955)
  • Don Galloway ("Death and the Joyful Woman" April 12, 1963)
  • Ginny Gan (aka Jennifer Gan) ("Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Danny Gardino ("The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • Martin Garralaga ("I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" Feb. 15, 1963)
  • Don Garrett ("The Cream of the Jest" March 10, 1957)
  • Phil Garris ("Crackpot" Jan. 6, 1957)
  • Nancy Gates, two appearances ("Salvage," Nov. 6, 1955 and "Portrait of Jocelyn" April 8, 1956)
  • Susan Gattoni ("Prism" 1988)
  • Leonard P. Geer ("Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964")
  • Paul Genge ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Anthony George ("Flight to the East" March 23, 1958)
  • Frank Gerstle ("The Long Shot" Nov. 27, 1955)
  • Robert Gibbons ("The Equalizer" Feb. 9, 1958)
  • Mimi Gibson ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955)
  • Stefan Gierasch ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Connie Gilchrist, two appearances ("The Long Silence" March 22, 1963 and "A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963)
  • Jennifer Gillespie ("The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963)
  • Sam Gilman ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)
  • Lowell Gilmore ("And So Died Riabouchinska" Feb. 12, 1956)
  • Arthur Gilmour ("A Bullet for Baldwin" Jan. 1, 1956)
  • Kathryn Givney ("Wet Saturday" Sept. 30, 1956)
  • Everett Glass ("Place of Shadows" Feb. 26, 1956)
  • Mollie Glessing, two appearances ("Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956 and "The Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater" April 21, 1957)
  • Renee Godfrey ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962)
  • Lisa Golm ("My Brother Richard" Jan. 20, 1957)
  • Clarke Gordon ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Gavin Gordon, three appearances ("Our Cook's a Treasure" Nov. 20, 1955, "Crack of Doom" Nov. 25, 1956 and "The Perfect Crime" Oct. 20, 1957)
  • Peter Gordon (part 3 of the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 31, 1957)
  • Susan Gordon ("The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Saul Gorss ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Harold Gould ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • Sandra Gould ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964)
  • A. E. Gould-Porter, ten appearances ("Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956, "The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957, the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 17, March 24, and March 31, 1957, "The Hands of Mr. Ottermole" May 5, 1957, "The Crocodile Case" May 25, 1958, "Relative Value" March 1, 1959, "The Ikon of Elijah" January 10, 1960 and "The Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater" April 21, 1957)
  • Charity Grace, two appearances ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962 and "Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963)
  • Wilton Graff ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Tim Graham, two appearances ("The Long Shot" Nov. 27, 1955 and "The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955)
  • Michael Granger ("Return of the Hero" March 2, 1958)
  • Jordan Grant ("A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • Steve Gravers, two appearances ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963 and "Three Wives Too Many" Jan. 3, 1964)
  • Janine Gray (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Marion Gray ("Never Again" April 22, 1956)
  • Gilbert Green ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Noel Green ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955)
  • Angela Greene ("Night Caller" Jan. 31, 1964)
  • Raymond Greenleaf ("Death and the Joyful Woman" April 12, 1963)
  • Duane Grey ("Three Wives Too Many" Jan. 3, 1964)
  • Ethel Griffies ("Bed of Roses" May 22, 1964)
  • Claire Griswold, two appearances ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962 and "A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963)
  • Ann Morgan Guilbert ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • Richard F. Guizon ("The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • Raymond Guth ("Crackpot" Jan. 6, 1957 and "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963)

H[edit]

  • Bill Haade ("And So Died Riabouchinska" Feb. 12, 1956)
  • Joan Hackett (Beast in View" March 20, 1964)
  • Michael Hadlow ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955)
  • Bernadette Hale ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963)
  • Betsy Hale ("Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Doug Hale ("Prisoners" 1985)
  • Jean Hale, two appearances ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963 and "Three Wives Too Many" Jan. 3, 1964)
  • Richard Hale ("The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • Gerald Hamer ("Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956)
  • Bernie Hamilton ("Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Joe Hamilton ("Little White Frock" June 29, 1958)
  • Joseph Hamilton ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • Lilian Hamilton (uncredited in the original credits)("Martha Mason, Movie Star" May 19, 1957)
  • Patricia Hamilton ("The Impatient Patient" 1986)
  • Don Hanmer, three appearances ("Better Bargain" Dec. 9, 1956, "Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962 and "The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Eloise Hardt ("Mr. Blanchard's Secret" Dec. 23, 1956)
  • Mary Scott Hardwicke ("Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Betty Harford, three appearances ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955, "Manacled" Jan. 27, 1957 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Eileen Harley ("Decoy" June 10, 1956)
  • Ken Harp ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962)
  • Harriet Harper (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Berkeley Harris, two appearances ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963 and "Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Stacy Harris, two appearances ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963 and "Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Theresa Harris ("Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956)
  • Elizabeth Harrower, two appearances ("Night Caller" Jan. 31, 1964 and "Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Dee Hartford ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Kathleen Hartnagel ("The Belfry" May 13, 1956)
  • Barry Harvey, three appearances ("Hands of Mr. Ottermole" May 5, 1957 and "The Canary Sedan" June 15, 1958 and "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963)
  • Harry Harvey, Sr. ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Peter Lind Hayes ("Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • Brooke Hayward ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Jim Haywood ("The Belfry" May 13, 1956)
  • Vinton Hayworth, four episodes ("Mink" June 3, 1956, "Malice Domestic" Feb. 10, 1957, "Martha Mason, Movie Star" May 19, 1957, and "Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Myron Healey, three appearances ("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962, "An Out for Oscar" April 5, 1963 and "Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Dody Heath, two appearances (sometimes billed as Dodie Heath)("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962 and "Off Season" May 10, 1965)
  • William Hellinger ("House Guest" Nov. 8, 1962)
  • Tom Helmore ("Little White Frock" June 29, 1958)
  • David Hemblem ("Murder Party" 1988)
  • Ray Hemphill ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Douglas Henderson ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Len Hendry, four appearances ("Beast in View" March 20, 1964, "The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964, "Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965 and "An Unlocked Window" Feb. 15, 1965)
  • Kai Hernandez ("The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Robert Herrman ("Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958)
  • Alan Hewitt ("The Legacy" May 27, 1956)
  • Harry Hines ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • Don Hix ("Enough Rope for Two" Nov. 17, 1957)
  • Ferdi Hoffman ("The Indestructible Mr. Weems" June 9, 1957)
  • Gertrude Hoffman ("The Long Shot" Nov. 27, 1955)
  • Susan Hogan ("Don't Sell Yourself Short" 1988)
  • Jonathan Hole ("Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Edna Holland ("Don't Come Back Alive," Oct. 23, 1955)
  • Rex Holman ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Wendell Holmes ("The Safe Place" June 8, 1958)
  • Tenen Holtz ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Barclay Hope ("Houdini on Channel Four" 1987)
  • Joan Houseman ("A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963)
  • Peter Howard ("The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Rodolfo Hoyos ("I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" Feb. 15, 1963)
  • Nancy Hsueh ("The Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • Kathleen Hughes ("Better Bargain" Dec. 9, 1956)
  • Gary Hunley, two appearances ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955 and "Manacled" Jan. 27, 1957)
  • Ann Hunter ("Reward to Finder" Nov. 10, 1957, uncredited in the original credits and apparently not seen on screen, but credited in some other reports)
  • Henry Hunter ("Momentum" June 24, 1956 (c) 1955)
  • Gladys Hurlbut, two appearances ("The Perfect Murder" March 11, 1956 and "The Indestructible Mr. Weems" June 9, 1957)
  • Kendrick Huxham (part 1 of the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 17, 1957)
  • Martha Hyer ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962 and "The Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • Frances Hyland ("The Impatient Patient" 1986)

I[edit]

  • Eugene Iglesias ("The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963)
  • John Indrisano ("Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Charles Irving ("What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963)
  • John Irving ("A Gentleman From America" April 29, 1956)

J[edit]

  • Harry Jackson ("Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Selmer Jackson ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Lou Jacobi ("Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963 and "Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964)
  • Dieter Jacoby ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Robert Jacquin ("Anyone for Murder?" March 13, 1964)
  • Joyce Jameson ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • Vivi Janiss ("You Got to Have Luck" Jan. 15, 1956 and "Mink" June 3, 1956)
  • Mel Jass ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962)
  • Nolan Jennings ("Killer Take All," 1988)
  • Edwin Jerome ("Little White Frock," June 29, 1958)
  • Anthony Jochim, two appearances ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962 and "Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Richard Johnson ("Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Georgann Johnson, three appearances ("Jonathan", Dec. 2, 1956, "One for the Road" March 3, 1957, and "Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Jim Johnson ("The Motive," Jan. 26, 1958)
  • Lamont Johnson ("You Got to Have Luck," Jan. 15, 1956)
  • Raefer Johnson ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • G. Stanley Jones ("Tender Poisoner" Dec. 20, 1962)
  • T. C. Jones ("An Unlocked Window" Feb. 15, 1965)
  • Allen Joseph ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Jimmy Joyce, five appearances ("Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963, "Good-Bye George" Dec. 13, 1963, "Beast in View" March 20, 1964, "Water's Edge" Oct. 19, 1964 and "Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964")
  • Stephen Joyce ("The Young One," Dec. 1, 1957)
  • Murray Julian ("Night of the Execution," Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Richard Jury ("The Photographer & the Undertaker" March 15, 1965)

K[edit]

  • Lila Kardell ("Malice Domestic" Feb. 10, 1957)
  • Robert Karnes, five appearances ("A Little Sleep" June 16, 1957, "The Safe Place" June 8, 1958, "I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962, "How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963 and "Change of Address" Oct. 12, 1964)
  • Beatrice Kay ("A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963)
  • Stubby Kaye ("Good-Bye George" Dec. 13, 1963)
  • Don Keefer ("The Indestructible Mr. Weems" June 9, 1957)
  • Byron Keith ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Robert Keith ("Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Mike Kellin ("Night of the Owl" Oct. 4, 1962)
  • Robert Kelljan ("The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963)
  • John Kellogg ("Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Ray Kellogg ("Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Kitty Kelly, two appearances ("Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958 and "Little White Frock" June 29, 1958)
  • Lily Kemble-Cooper ("Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956)
  • Ed Kemmer ("Guilty Witness" Dec. 11, 1955)
  • Douglas Kennedy, two appearances ("Jonathan" Dec. 2, 1956 and "A Little Sleep" June 16, 1957)
  • Madge Kennedy ("Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962)
  • Sondra Kerr ("You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963)
  • Stacy King ("Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Walter Kingsford, five appearances ("The Perfect Murder" March 11, 1956, "The Legacy" May 27, 1956, "Jonathan" Dec. 2, 1956, "John Brown's Body" Dec. 30, 1956 and "The Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater" April 21, 1957)
  • Jess Kirkpatrick, two appearances ("Crack of Doom" Nov. 25, 1956 and "Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964)
  • Alf Kjellin ("Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962)
  • Walter Klenhard ("Prisoners" 1985)
  • Charlotte Knight ("Shopping for Death" Jan. 29, 1956)
  • Peggy Knudsen ("The Derelicts" Feb. 5, 1956)
  • Gail Kobe, two appearances ("Crack of Doom" Nov. 25, 1956 and "The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962)
  • Geza Kovacs ("Pen Pal" (c) 1988)
  • Nancy Kovack ("The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • Patricia Krest ("Run for Doom" May 17, 1963)
  • Frank Krieg ("Momentum" June 24, 1956 (c) 1955)
  • Chris Kriesa ("Prisoner" 1985)
  • Fred Kruger ("Last Request" Nov. 24, 1957)
  • Charles Kuenstle ("Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • Michael Kuhn (sometimes billed simply as Mike Kuhn), two appearances ("End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957 and "One for the Road" March 3, 1957)

L[edit]

  • Jack Lambert ("Better Bargain" Dec. 9, 1956)
  • Paul Lambert ("Vicious Circle" April 14, 1957)
  • Michael Lamont ("Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964")
  • Syl Lamont, three appearances ("A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963, "Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964 and "The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Zohra Lampert ("A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963)
  • Hope Landin ("Jonathan", Dec. 2, 1956)
  • Lorraine Landry ("You'll Die Laughing," 1988)
  • Rusty Lane, seven appearances ("None Are So Blind" Oct. 28, 1956, "Manacled" Jan. 27, 1957, "Martha Mason, Movie Star", May 19, 1957, "The Young One" Dec. 1, 1957, "Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958, "I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962 and "The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963)
  • Irene Lang ("Wet Saturday" Sept. 30, 1956)
  • Paul Langton ("Fog Closing In" Oct. 7, 1956)
  • Jay Lanin ("Ride the Nightmare" Nov. 29, 1962)
  • Louise Larabee ("One More Mile To Go" April 7, 1957)
  • John Larkin, two appearances ("Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963 and "The Evil of Adelaide Winters" Feb. 7, 1964)
  • Mary La Roche ("A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963)
  • S. John Launer ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Kat Drain Lawson ("A Bullet for Baldwin" Jan. 1, 1956)
  • Linda Lawson, two appearances ("Three Wives Too Many" Jan. 3, 1964 and "The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Jenifer Lea ("Last Request" Nov. 24, 1957)
  • Nolan Leary ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Norman Leavitt, six appearances ("The Belfry" May 13, 1956, "John Brown's Body" Dec. 30, 1956, "One More Mile To Go" April 7, 1957, "You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963, "Night of the Owl" Oct. 4, 1962 and "The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964)
  • Rudy Lee ("The Belfry" May 13, 1956)
  • Ruth Lee ("A Bullet for Baldwin" Jan. 1, 1956)
  • Peter Leeds, two appearances ("Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957 and "A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963)
  • Linda Leighton ("The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Caren Lenay ("Return of the Hero," March 2, 1958)
  • Jana Lesley ("Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Arnold Lessing ("Change of Address" Oct. 12, 1964)
  • June Levant ("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962)
  • Weaver Levy ("The Canary Sedan" June 15, 1958)
  • Nick Lewin ("Houdini on Channel Four" 1987)
  • Forrest Lewis ("Isabel" June 5, 1964)
  • Harrison Lewis, two appearances ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955 and "The Diplomatic Corpse" Dec. 8, 1957)
  • Harry Lewis ("Decoy" June 10, 1956)
  • Jarma Lewis ("A Bottle of Wine" Feb. 3, 1957)
  • Alicia Li ("Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963)
  • Robert P. Lieb (sometimes billed simply as Robert Lieb), three appearances ("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962 and "Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963 and "Completely Foolproof" March 29, 1965)
  • Pamela Light ("Father & Son" June 2, 1957)
  • Alfred Linder, two appearances ("Shopping for Death" Jan. 29, 1956 and "The Creeper" June 17, 1956)
  • Gale Lindsey ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • George Lindsey, three appearances ("The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964, "Bed of Roses" May 22, 1964 and "Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964)
  • Joanne Linville ("The Safe Place" June 8, 1958)
  • Margie Liszt ("Kill with Kindness" Oct. 21, 1956)
  • Doris Lloyd, four appearances ("The Dark Pool" May 3, 1963, "Isabel" June 5, 1964, "One of the Family" Feb. 8, 1965 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Josie Lloyd, three appearances ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963, "Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964 and "Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Alexander Lockwood ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Grant Lockwood ("Anyone for Murder?" March 13, 1964)
  • Ronald Long ("A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963)
  • Perry Lopez ("Disappearing Trick" April 6, 1958)
  • Dorothea Lord ("Disappearing Trick" April 6, 1958)
  • Lynn Loring ("Behind the Locked Door" March 27, 1964)
  • Jackie Loughery ("Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958)
  • Tom Lowell ("Death and the Joyful Woman" April 12, 1963)
  • Celia Lovsky, two appearances ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962 and "Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Darlene Lucht ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)
  • Dayton Lummis, three appearances ("Crack of Doom" Nov. 25, 1956, "Mr. Blanchard's Secret" Dec. 23, 1956 and "Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958)
  • Richard Lupino, two appearances ("Murder Case" March 6, 1964 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Therese Lyon ("The Perfect Crime" Oct. 20, 1957)
  • Gene Lyons, three appearances ("What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963, "The Evil of Adelaide Winters" Feb. 7, 1964 and "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)

M[edit]

  • Casey MacGregor ("Triggers in Leash" Oct. 16, 1955)
  • Janet MacLachlan, two appearances ("Completely Foolproof" March 29, 1965 and "The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Florence MacMichael ("Annabel" Nov. 1, 1962)
  • Barry Macollum (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Michael Macready (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Kathleen Maguire, three appearances ("Guilty Witness" Dec. 11, 1955, "End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957 and "Vicious Circle" April 14, 1957)
  • Edward Mallory ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964)
  • James Maloney, two appearances ("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962 and "Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • Dudley Manlove ("The Equalizer" Feb. 9, 1958)
  • Patricia Manning ("The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • Joe Mantell ("The Indestructible Mr. Weems" June 9, 1957)
  • Maurice Manson ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962)
  • Joe Mantell ("Guilty Witness" Dec. 11, 1955)
  • Ralph Manza ("Safe Conduct" Feb. 19, 1956)
  • Adele Mara ("House Guest" Nov. 8, 1962)
  • Stuart Margolin ("The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Michelle Marley ("The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Frank Marlowe, two appearances ("The Young One" Dec. 1, 1957 and "Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Nora Marlowe, two appearances (third part of the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 31, 1957 and "Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)
  • Maurice Marsac ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955)
  • Don Marshall, three appearances ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963, "Isabel" June 5, 1964 and "Night Fever" May 3, 1965)
  • Sarah Marshall ("I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" Feb. 15, 1963)
  • William Marshall ("The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964)
  • Barney Martin ("Blood Bargain" Oct. 25, 1963)
  • Irene A. Martin ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Kreg Martin ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962 and "Good-Bye George" Dec. 13, 1963)
  • Tom Martin ("The Cream of the Jest" March 10, 1957)
  • Don Matheson ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962)
  • Murray Matheson, two appearances ("The Canary Sedan" June 15, 1958 and "Murder Case" March 6, 1964)
  • Carmen Mathews, two appearances ("The Older Sister" Jan. 22, 1956 and "Kill with Kindness" Oct. 21, 1956)
  • Carole Mathews ("The Baby Sitter" May 6, 1956)
  • George Mathews ("The Big Switch" Jan. 8, 1956)
  • Walter Mathews ("The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • Eric Matthews ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Hedley Mattingly ("Murder Case" March 6, 1964)
  • Frank Maxwell ("The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964)
  • Lester Maxwell ("The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Paul Maxwell, two appearances ("The Equalizer" Feb. 9, 1958 and "Bull in a China Shop" March 30, 1958)
  • Jacqueline Mayo ("Little White Frock" June 29, 1958)
  • Helen Mayon ("The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • Don McArt ("A Bullet for Baldwin" Jan. 1, 1956)
  • Ben McAtee ("Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Anthony McBride (Beast in View" March 20, 1964)
  • James McCallion, two appearances ("Mink" June 3, 1956 and "Hands of Mr. Ottermole" May 5, 1957)
  • Peggy McCay ("House Guest" Nov. 8, 1962)
  • Sean McClory ("Place of Shadows" Feb. 26, 1956)
  • Jack McClure ("The Equalizer" Feb. 9, 1958)
  • Larry McCormick ("Prisoners" 1985)
  • Ruth McDevitt, two appearances ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963 and "The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964)
  • Bruce McFee ("Prism" 1988)
  • Charles McGraw ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • John McIntire ("Sylvia" Jan. 19, 1958)
  • Scott McKay ("Guest for Breakfast" Feb. 23, 1958)
  • James McMullan ("The Long Silence" March 22, 1963)
  • Stephen McNally ("Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Maggie McNamara ("Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • Eve McVeagh ("The Second Wife" April 26, 1965)
  • Patrick McVey ("A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • Tyler McVey, three appearances ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955 and "Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962 and "A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • Joyce Meadows ("Completely Foolproof" March 29, 1965)
  • Joseph Mell ("The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Cathie Merchant, four appearances ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963, "Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963, "Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964 and "An Unlocked Window" Feb. 15, 1965)
  • Lindsay Merrithew ("Hippocratic Oath" 1988)
  • Paul Micale ("The Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • Beverly Michael ("The Big Switch" Jan. 8, 1956)
  • Shawn Michaels ("The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Robert Millar ("Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963)
  • Mark Miranda ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Edo Mita ("Decoy" June 10, 1956)
  • George Mitchell ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Laurie Mitchell ("Night Fever" May 3, 1965)
  • Steve Mitchell ("Place of Shadows" Feb. 26, 1956)
  • Peggy Moffitt (Beast in View" March 20, 1964)
  • Joel Mondeaux ("The Safe Place" June 8, 1958)
  • Ralph Montgomery ("Shopping for Death" Jan. 29, 1956)
  • Ray Montgomery ("Revenge" Oct. 2, 1955)
  • Alex Montoya ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Ralph Moody ("The Belfry" May 13, 1956)
  • Ida Moore ("Bull in a China Shop" March 30, 1958)
  • Juanita Moore, three appearances ("The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963, "The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964 and "When the Woodbine Twineth" Jan. 11, 1965)
  • Mavor Moore ("Hippocratic Oath" 1988)
  • Bob Morgan ("Shopping for Death" Jan. 29, 1956)
  • Read Morgan ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Frances Morris ("Night Caller" Jan. 31, 1964)
  • Greg Morris ("Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963)
  • Robin Morse ("Last Request" Nov. 24, 1957)
  • Diane Mountford ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Gavin Muir, two appearances ("Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956 and "The Canary Sedan" June 15, 1958)
  • Jack Mulhall ("Never Again" April 22, 1956)
  • Heidi Mullenger ("Jonathan", Dec. 2, 1956)
  • Meg Mundy ("Mr. Blanchard's Secret" Dec. 23, 1956)
  • Neil Munro ("Houdini on Channel Four" 1987)
  • Mark Murray ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Burt Mustin ("Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963)
  • Pauline Myers ("Bed of Roses" May 22, 1964)
  • John Mylong ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955)

N[edit]

  • Grazia Narciso ("Guilty Witness" Dec. 11, 1955)
  • Vivian Nathan ("Fatal Figures" April 20, 1958)
  • George Navarro ("The Diplomatic Corpse" Dec. 8, 1957)
  • Billy Nelson ("Fog Closing In" Oct. 7, 1956)
  • Ed Nelson, two appearances ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962 and "I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" Feb. 15, 1963)
  • Neil Nephew ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962)
  • Billy Newell ("Momentum" June 24, 1956 (c) 1955)
  • William Newell, two appearances ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962 and "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963)
  • John Newton ("To Catch a Butterfly" Feb. 1, 1963)
  • Ted Newton (may be the same as Theodore Newton below) ("The Indestructible Mr. Weems" June 9, 1957)
  • Theodore Newton, three appearances ("The Baby Sitter" May 6, 1956, "The Hidden Thing" May 20, 1956, and "What Really Happened" Jan. 11, 1963)
  • Nick Nicholson ("The Perfect Crime" Oct. 20, 1957)
  • Richard Niles ("Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • Suzanne Noel ("Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962)
  • James Nolan ("Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957)
  • Kathleen Nolan (sometimes listed as "Kathy Nolan") ("Annabel" Nov. 1, 1962 and Beast in View" March 20, 1964)
  • Karine Nordman ("Never Again" April 22, 1956)
  • Karen Norris ("Martha Mason, Movie Star" May 19, 1957)

O[edit]

  • Philip Ober ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962)
  • William O'Connell ("Off Season" May 10, 1965)
  • Shirley O'Hara ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Dan O'Herlihy ("Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963)
  • Bob Okazaki ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Kathleen O'Malley ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963)
  • Eileen O'Neill ("I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" Feb. 15, 1963)
  • Ollie O'Toole ("Beyond the Sea of Death" Jan. 24, 1964)
  • David Orrick ("Decoy" June 10, 1956)
  • Frank Overton ("Death and the Joyful Woman" April 12, 1963)
  • Jean Owens ("John Brown's Body," Dec. 30, 1956)

P[edit]

  • Ray Paisley ("Houdini on Channel Four" 1987)
  • Jacque Palmer ("Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964")
  • Jerry Paris ("The Safe Place" June 8, 1958)
  • Dennis Patrick ("Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963)
  • Bob Patten, two appearances ("A Bullet for Baldwin", Jan. 1, 1956 and "You Got to Have Luck," Jan. 15, 1956)
  • Elizabeth Patterson ("Bull in a China Shop" March 30, 1958)
  • Ken Patterson ("Isabel" June 5, 1964)
  • Eugenia Paul ("Mink" June 3, 1956 and "Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956)
  • Irene Pauser ("The Impatient Patient" 1986)
  • Ed Peck ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964)
  • Richard Peel, two appearances ("A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963 and "Murder Case" March 6, 1964)
  • Pina Pellicer ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • George Pelling, five appearances (the first and second parts of the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 17 and March 24, 1957, "Father & Son", June 2, 1957, "See the Monkey Dance" Nov. 9, 1964 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Leslie Perkins ("Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Lila Perry ("Where the Woodbine Twineth" Jan. 11, 1965)
  • Roger Perry ("Final Performance" Jan. 18, 1965)
  • Nehemiah Persoff, ("Heart of Gold", Oct. 27, 1957)
  • Ralph Peters ("Rose Garden", Dec. 16, 1956)
  • Eric Peterson ("Hippocratic Oath," 1988)
  • Shelly Peterson ("Killer Take All," 1988)
  • George Petrie ("An Out for Oscar" April 5, 1963)
  • James Philbrook ("West Warlock Time Capsule," May 26, 1956)
  • Lee Philips, two appearances ("Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956 and "The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962)
  • Barney Phillips, three appearances ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962, "Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963 and "Who Needs an Enemy?" May 15, 1964)
  • Carmen Phillips, three appearances ("The Motive" Jan. 26, 1958, "You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963 and "The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • William Phipps ("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962)
  • Paul Picerni ("Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957 and "The Cream of the Jest" March 10, 1957)
  • John Pickard ("To Catch a Butterfly" Feb. 1, 1963)
  • Alice Pearce ("Good-Bye George" Dec. 13, 1963)
  • George Petrie ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • Maggie Pierce ("Triumph" Dec. 14, 1964)
  • Phillip Pine ("The Safe Place" June 8, 1958)
  • Louise Platt ("One for the Road" March 3, 1957)
  • Paul Playdon ("The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957)
  • Teno Pollick ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Ben Pollock ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962)
  • Hinton Pope, seven appearances ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962, "Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962, "A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963, "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963, "Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964, "Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964 and "The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Charles Portanier ("Houdini on Channel Four" 1987)
  • Paul Potash ("A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • Leon Pownall ("Don't Sell Yourself Short," 1988)
  • Judson Pratt ("The Mail Order Prophet", Oct. 13, 1957)
  • Bill Pullen ("You Got to Have Luck," Jan. 15, 1956)
  • Tita Purdom ("Wet Saturday", Sept. 30, 1956)

Q[edit]

  • Bill Quinn ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)

R[edit]

  • Mike Ragan, three appearances ("Momentum", June 24, 1956, "Kill with Kindness" Oct. 21, 1956 and "Good-Bye George" Dec. 13, 1963)
  • Marc Rambeau, three appearances ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963, "Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963 and "A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • Jack Ramstead ("Never Again" April 22, 1956)
  • Linda Rand ("House Guest" Nov. 8, 1962)
  • Alan Reed ("Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956)
  • Sam Reese (sometimes billed as Sammy Reese), four appearances ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963, "Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963, "The Jar" Feb. 14, 1964 and "Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964)
  • Elliott Reid, two appearances ("Our Cook's a Treasure," Nov. 20, 1955 and "Good-Bye George" Dec. 13, 1963)
  • Frances Reid ("One of the Family" Feb. 8, 1965)
  • Robert Reiner, five appearances ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962, "Tender Poisoner" Dec. 20, 1962, "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963, "Bed of Roses" May 22, 1964 and "Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965)
  • Vivian Reiz ("Prism" 1988)
  • William Remick ("The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • Bert Remsen ("Annabel" Nov. 1, 1962)
  • Pat Renella, three appearances ("Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965, "The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965 and "The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Alan Reynolds, two appearances ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid," Dec. 18, 1955 and "Crack of Doom", Nov. 25, 1956)
  • Michael J. Reynolds ("Murder Party," 1988)
  • Hari Rhodes ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Robert Riordan ("The Equalizer," Feb. 9, 1958)
  • Adam Roarke ("Sign of Satan" May 8, 1964)
  • Ralph Roberts, two appearances ("Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962 and "Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • Stephen Roberts ("An Unlocked Window" Feb. 15, 1965)
  • Bartlett Robinson, four appearances ("Little White Frock," June 29, 1958, "The Evil of Adelaide Winters" Feb. 7, 1964, "Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965 and "The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • Orlando Rodriguez ("The Diplomatic Corpse" Dec. 8, 1957)
  • Victor Rogers ("Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Bridget Rohland ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)
  • Chris Roman ("Hangover" Dec. 6, 1962)
  • Andy Romano, three appearances ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962, "To Catch a Butterfly" Feb. 1, 1963 and "Death and the Joyful Woman" April 12, 1963)
  • Victor Romito ("The Mail Order Prophet", Oct. 13, 1957)
  • Ronnie R. Rondell, two appearances ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962 and "A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963)
  • Wally Rose ("Who Needs an Enemy?" May 15, 1964)
  • Bob Ross ("Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957)
  • Mike Ross, three appearances ("Shopping for Death," Jan. 29, 1956, "Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957 and "Last Request", Nov. 24, 1957)
  • Terry Ann Ross ("Night of the Owl" Oct. 4, 1962)
  • David Rosser ("Hippocratic Oath," 1988)
  • Robert Roter ("Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale" Nov. 8, 1963)
  • Polly Rowles ("The Older Sister" Jan. 22, 1956)
  • Marcel Rousseau ("John Brown's Body" Dec. 30, 1956)
  • Al Ruban ("Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Al Ruscio ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Joseph Ruskin ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Jackie Russell, two appearances ("The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963 and "Run for Doom" May 17, 1963)
  • Edmon Ryan ("John Brown's Body" Dec. 30, 1956 and "Isabel" June 5, 1964)

S[edit]

  • David Saber ("The Belfry" May 13, 1956)
  • Jack Sahakian, two appearances ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962 and "Death and the Joyful Woman" April 12, 1963)
  • Robert Sampson ("Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963)
  • Hugh Sanders ("Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957)
  • Nancy Sanderson ("Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965)
  • Concepcion Sandoval ("The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Cosmo Sardo ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962)
  • William Sargent, two appearances ("The 31st of February" Jan. 4, 1963 and "The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Diane Sayer, three appearances ("Night Caller" Jan. 31, 1964, "The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964 and "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • Edward Schaaf ("Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Aaron Schwartz ("Killer Take All" 1988)
  • Jacqueline Scott ("Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963)
  • Karen Scott ("Return of the Hero" March 2, 1958)
  • Mary Scott, two appearances ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963 and "The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)
  • Simon Scott, three appearances ("Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963, ("The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963) and "Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964")
  • Tony Scott ("Triumph" Dec. 14, 1964)
  • Jack Searl ("A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963)
  • Charles Seel, two appearances ("You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963 and "Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964)
  • Sarah Shane ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962)
  • Carol Shannon ("The Cream of the Jest" March 10, 1957)
  • Richard Shannon ("Ride the Nightmare" Nov. 29, 1962)
  • Billy Ray Sharkey ("Gigolo" 1985)
  • William Sharon, two appearances ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962 and "The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Reta Shawat least two appearances (including "The Cheney Vase" Dec. 25, 1955 and "The Creeper" June 17, 1956)
  • Konstantin Shayne, two appearances ("Safe Conduct" Feb. 19, 1956 and "Flight to the East" March 23, 1958)
  • Richard Shepard ("Guest for Breakfast" Feb. 23, 1958)
  • Orville Sherman ("Beyond the Sea of Death" Jan. 24, 1964)
  • Johnny Silver ("Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964)
  • Tom Simcox ("Night Fever" May 3, 1965)
  • Robert F. Simon ("Guilty Witness" Dec. 11, 1955)
  • George Sims ("Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Doris Singleton ("Our Cook's a Treasure" Nov. 20, 1955)
  • Mark Slade ("Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964")
  • Richard X. Slattery ("Anyone for Murder?" March 13, 1964)
  • Ralph Smiley ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962)
  • Bill Smith (“The McGregor Affair” Nov. 23, 1964)
  • Hal Smith ("You'll Be the Death of Me" Oct. 18, 1963)
  • Kirby Smith ("The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955)
  • Sally Smith ("The Lonely Hour" March 8, 1963)
  • Shirley Smith ("Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956)
  • Eric Snowdon ("A Gentleman From America" April 29, 1956)
  • Abraham Sofaer, two appearances ("Don't Look Behind You" Sept. 27, 1962 and "Beyond the Sea of Death" Jan. 24, 1964)
  • Vladimir Sokoloff ("Return of the Hero" March 2, 1958)
  • Olan Soule, three appearances ("Our Cook's a Treasure" Nov. 20, 1955, "Portrait of Jocelyn" April 8, 1956 and "Ride the Nightmare" Nov. 29, 1962)
  • Arthur Space ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955)
  • Ed Spencer ("Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Katherine Squire, three appearances ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963, "Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963 and "Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Tom Stears ("The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Geoffrey Steele ("A Gentleman From America" April 29, 1956)
  • Edgar Stehli ("Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958)
  • Harvey Stephens, two appearances ("Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956 and "Flight to the East" March 23, 1958)
  • Jan Sterling ("Tender Poisoner" Dec. 20, 1962)
  • Robert Sterling ("House Guest" Nov. 8, 1962)
  • Tisha Sterling ("Change of Address" Oct. 12, 1964)
  • K. T. Stevens, two appearances ("None Are So Blind" Oct. 28, 1956 and "Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962)
  • Naomi Stevens ("The Gentleman Caller" April 10, 1964)
  • Robert Stevens, two appearances (the second of the 3-part episode "I Killed the Count" March 24, 1957 and "The Dangerous People" June 23, 1957)
  • Don Stewart ("Night Fever" May 3, 1965)
  • Kay Stewart, five appearances ("The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955, "The Older Sister" Jan. 22, 1956, "Crack of Doom" Nov. 25, 1956, "Manacled" Jan. 27, 1957, and "The Motive" Jan. 26, 1958)
  • Malcolm Stewart ("Murder Party" 1988)
  • Marianne Stewart ("The Perfect Crime" Oct. 20, 1957)
  • Martha Stewart ("A Nice Touch" Oct. 4, 1963)
  • Harry J. Stone ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962)
  • Henry J. Stone ("The Second Verdict" May 29, 1964)
  • James F. Stone ("West Warlock Time Capsule" May 26, 1956)
  • Brent Strait ("Prism" 1988)
  • Claud Stroud ("The Long Silence" March 22, 1963)
  • Gil Stuart, three appearances ("A Nice Touch" Oct. 4, 1963, "The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965 and "The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Hope Summers, two appearances ("The Perfect Murder" March 11, 1956 and "End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957)
  • Mark Sturges ("Power of Attorney" April 5, 1965)
  • Frank Sully ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962)
  • Audrey Swanson, three appearances ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963, "Run for Doom" May 17, 1963 and "The Life Work of Juan Diaz" Oct. 26, 1964)
  • Karl Swenson ("House Guest" Nov. 8, 1962)
  • Joan Swift ("The Photographer & the Undertaker" March 15, 1965)

T[edit]

  • Sara Taft ("Final Vow" Oct. 25, 1962)
  • Zolya Talma, two appearances ("I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" Feb. 15, 1963 and "The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Reba Tassel ("The Baby Sitter" May 6, 1956)
  • Buck Taylor, two appearances ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962 and "Death Scene" March 8, 1965)
  • Cathie Taylor ("Run for Doom" May 17, 1963)
  • Don Taylor ("Silent Witness" Nov. 3, 1957)
  • Vaughn Taylor ("The Long Silence" March 22, 1963)
  • Leigh Taylor-Young ("Murder Party" 1988)
  • Irene Tedrow, three appearances ("Don't Come Back Alive" Oct. 23, 1955, "Back for Christmas" March 4, 1956 and "The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Torin Thatcher ("Bed of Roses" May 22, 1964)
  • Jack Thibeau ("The Right Kind of Medicine" circa 1985)
  • Terry Thomas ("Don't Sell Yourself Short" 1988)
  • Dee J. Thompson, five appearances ("A Piece of the Action" Sept. 20, 1962, "Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963, "Three Wives Too Many" Jan. 3, 1964, "Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964 and "The World's Oldest Motive" April 12, 1965)
  • Elizabeth Thompson ("A Tangled Web" Jan. 25, 1963)
  • Larry Thor ("The Crimson Witness" Jan. 4, 1965)
  • Kelly Thordsen, two appearances ("Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964 and "Final Performance" Jan. 18, 1965)
  • Russ Thorson, two appearances ("West Warlock Time Capsule" May 26, 1956 and "Forecast: Low Clouds, Coastal Fog" Jan. 18, 1963)
  • Franchot Tone ("Final Performance" Jan. 18, 1965)
  • Alfred Tonkel ("Night of the Execution" Dec. 29, 1957)
  • Geoffrey Toone ("Into Thin Air" Oct. 30, 1955)
  • Sonia Torgeson ("Gentleman from America" April 29, 1956)
  • Marusia Toumanoff ("The Monkey's Paw: A Retelling" April 19, 1965)
  • Eric Tovar ("I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" Feb. 15, 1963)
  • Harry Townes, four appearances ("The Creeper" June 17, 1956, "My Brother Richard" Jan. 20, 1957, "A Nice Touch" Oct. 4, 1963 and "The Photographer & the Undertaker" March 15, 1965)
  • Barbara Townsend ("The Mail Order Prophet" Oct. 13, 1957)
  • Joseph Trapaso (also sometimes billed simply as Joe Trapaso), two appearances ("The Black Curtain" Nov. 15, 1962 and "Dear Uncle George" May 10, 1963)
  • John Trayne, two appearances ("Hands of Mr. Ottermole" May 5, 1957 and "Father & Son", June 2, 1957)
  • Emerson Treacy ("There was an Old Woman" March 18, 1956)
  • Les Tremayne ("Day of Reckoning" Nov. 22, 1962 and "Isabel" June 5, 1964)
  • Gus Trikonis ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Natalie Trundy ("The Long Silence" March 22, 1963)
  • Harry Tyler, seven appearances ("Premonition" Oct. 9, 1955, "And So Died Riabouchinska" Feb. 12, 1956, "Place of Shadows" Feb. 26, 1956, "Portrait of Jocelyn" April 8, 1956, "Decoy" June 10, 1956, "Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956 and "The Dangerous People", June 23, 1957)
  • Emma Tyson ("The Trap" Feb. 22, 1965)

U[edit]

  • Minerva Urecal ("Nightmare in 4-D" Jan. 13, 1957)

V[edit]

  • Peter Van Eyck ("Safe Conduct," Feb. 19, 1956)
  • Luis Van Rooten ("Return of the Hero," March 2, 1958)
  • Renata Vanni ("The Dividing Wall" Dec. 6, 1963)
  • Victor Varconi ("Return of the Hero," March 2, 1958)
  • Rees Vaughn, two appearances ("The Long Silence" March 22, 1963 and "Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Carol Veazie, two appearances ("Never Again," April 22, 1956 and "Fog Closing In", Oct. 7, 1956)
  • John Verros ("The Diplomatic Corpse" Dec. 8, 1957)
  • Ina Victor ("Murder Case" March 6, 1964)
  • Herb Vigran ("Alibi Me" Nov. 11, 1956)
  • June Vincent ("The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • Virginia Vincent ("The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963)
  • Betsy Von Furstenburg ("Disappearing Trick," April 6, 1958)
  • Paul von Schreiber ("Bonfire" Dec. 13, 1962)

W[edit]

  • Otto Waldis ("Little White Frock," June 29, 1958)
  • Bill Walker ("Bed of Roses" May 22, 1964)
  • June Walker, two appearances ("The Paragon/Salt of the Earth" Feb. 8, 1963 and "Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964)
  • Jessica Walter ("The Ordeal of Mrs. Snow" April 14, 1964)
  • Geraldine Wall ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962)
  • Janet Ward ("Our Cook's a Treasure," Nov. 20, 1955)
  • Robert Warwick ("The Long Shot", November 27, 1955)
  • Pierre Watkin ("Crack of Doom" Nov. 25, 1956)
  • Frank Watkins ("The Equalizer" Feb. 9, 1958)
  • Linda Watkins ("The Mail Order Prophet" Oct. 13, 1957)
  • Justice Watson, two appearances ("The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955 and "Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955)
  • Charles Watts ("West Warlock Time Capsule" May 26, 1956 and "Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957)
  • Doodles Weaver ("Body in the Barn" July 3, 1964)
  • Charles Webster ("The Perfect Crime" Oct. 20, 1957)
  • William Webster ("The Impatient Patient" 1986)
  • Jennifer West ("The Star Juror" March 15, 1963)
  • Sam Weston ("Bonfire" Dec. 13, 1962)
  • Nelson Welch ("The Glass Eye" Oct. 6, 1957)
  • Rebecca Welles, two appearances ("A Man Greatly Beloved" May 12, 1957 and "The Indestructible Mr. Weems" June 9, 1957)
  • William Wellman, Jr. ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • Billy Wells ("I Saw The Whole Thing," Oct. 11, 1962)
  • Howard Wendell, two appearances ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963 and "A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964)
  • Laiola Wendorff (sometimes called Leola Wendorff), ("Guilty Witness" Dec. 11, 1955 and "Shopping for Death" Jan. 29, 1956)
  • Buster West ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963)
  • Jennifer West ("The Cadaver" Nov. 29, 1963)
  • Hellena Westcott ("Diagnosis: Danger" March 1, 1963)
  • Nydia Westman ("Return of Verge Likens" Oct. 5, 1964)
  • Ned Wever ("End of Indian Summer" Feb. 24, 1957)
  • David White ("An Out for Oscar" April 5, 1963)
  • Will J. White, two appearances ("Night Caller" Jan. 31, 1964 and "Memo from Purgatory" Dec. 21, 1964")
  • Robert Whitesides ("Reward to Finder" Nov. 10, 1957, apparently not seen on screen; credited as Robert Whitesides in the original credits but credited as Robert Whiteside in some other reports)
  • Peter Whitney ("Terror at Northfield" Oct. 11, 1963)
  • Thomas Wild ("Disappearing Trick" April 6, 1958)
  • John Wilder ("Jonathan" Dec. 2, 1956)
  • Martin Wilkins ("Number Twenty-Two" Feb. 17, 1957)
  • Jean Willes ("Death of a Cop" May 24, 1963)
  • Adam Williams ("Listen, Listen ...!" May 11, 1958)
  • Vince Williams, four appearances ("Starring the Defense" Nov. 15, 1963, "Beyond the Sea of Death" Jan. 24, 1964, "Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964 and "Death Scene" March 8, 1965)
  • John Willis, ("An Unlocked Window" Feb. 15, 1965)
  • Norman Willis, three appearances ("The Case of Mr. Pelham" Dec. 4, 1955, ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955, and "Fog Closing In" Oct. 7, 1956)
  • Dave Willock ("Wally the Beard" March 1, 1965)
  • Henry Wills ("Thanatos Palace Hotel" Feb. 1, 1965)
  • Rod Wilson ("The Impatient Patient" 1986)
  • Wendy Winkleman, three appearances ("Santa Claus and the 10th Ave. Kid" Dec. 18, 1955, "You Got to Have Luck" Jan. 15, 1956 and "The Older Sister" Jan. 22, 1956)
  • Helene Winston ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • Roland Winters ("Captive Audience" Oct. 18, 1962)
  • Jane Withers ("How to Get Rid of Your Wife" Dec. 20, 1963)
  • William Witney ("Final Escape" Feb. 21, 1964)
  • Ward Wood ("Fatal Figures" April 20, 1958)
  • Frederick Worlock ("Father & Son" June 2, 1957)
  • Ben Wright, three appearances ("A Home Away From Home" Sept. 27, 1963, "Murder Case" March 6, 1964 and "Thou Still Unravished Bride" March 22, 1965)
  • Than Wyenn, three appearances ("To Catch a Butterfly" Feb. 1, 1963, "A Matter of Murder" April 3, 1964 and "Triumph" Dec. 14, 1964)

X[edit]

Y[edit]

  • Mary Jean Yamaji ("Decoy" June 10, 1956)
  • Leonard Yorr ("Death Scene" March 8, 1965)

Z[edit]

  • Penny Zaferiou ("Consider Her Ways" Dec. 28, 1964)
  • John W. Ziegler ("Ten Minutes From Now" May 1, 1964)
  • J. R. Zimmerman ("Hippocratic Oath" 1988)

References[edit]

  • Alfred Hitchcock Presents. CBS & NBC, 1955–1965.