Peter Hansen (born December 5, 1921) is an American actor, best known for his role as a lawyer, Lee Baldwin, on the soap opera . He played the role from 1965 to 1986 and again from 1992 to 2004. He also played the character on the General Hospital sister show . Port Charles
Hansen has appeared in more than seventy television series and made-for-television movies.
His early acting roles included being a guest star on [1 ] Reed Hadley's CBS crime drama, , and the television adaptation of The Public Defender Gertrude Berg's comedy . In addition to his work on The Goldbergs General Hospital, he notably co-starred in 1963 on the NBC soap opera . He also appeared on Ben Jerrod in 1985 (Season 1, Episode 5) as Elliott Clayton, a casanova who makes a pass at The Golden Girls Blanche while dating Dorothy. In 1988, he starred in an episode of ("And God Created Woodman"; Season 6, Episode 14), as Daniel T. Collier, the CEO and Chairman of the Board of Lillian, the company which owns Cheers. Cheers Other notable appearances include work on [2 ] , Broken Arrow , Richard Diamond, Private Detective , Petticoat Junction , Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. , How The West Was Won , Magnum, P.I. , L.A. Law , and Night Court . Growing Pains
He had a major role in the 1951
science fiction film . When Worlds Collide
Peter served as a
United States Marine Corps aviator in World War II. He flew F4U Corsairs and participated in the invasion of Peleliu in September 1944.
In the 1960's Peter made commercials for Chrysler products appearing on the Lawrence Welk show. He resided in Reseda California with his family .
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Peter Hansen, (1979) General Hospital
Warren Burton, (1980) All My Children
Larry Haines, (1981) Search for Tomorrow
David Lewis, (1982) General Hospital
Darnell Williams, (1983) All My Children
Justin Deas, (1984) As the World Turns
Larry Gates, (1985) Guiding Light
John Wesley Shipp, (1986) As the World Turns
Gregg Marx, (1987) As the World Turns
Justin Deas, (1988) Santa Barbara
Justin Deas, (1989) Santa Barbara