Rick Hurst

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Rick Hurst
Born Richard Douglas Hurst
(1946-01-01) January 1, 1946 (age 68)
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1970-present

Richard Douglas "Rick" Hurst (born January 1, 1946) an American actor who portrayed Deputy Cletus Hogg, Boss Hogg's cousin, in the 1980 to 1983 seasons of The Dukes of Hazzard as well as The Dukes of Hazzard Reunion in 1997 and Hazzard in Hollywood in 2000.[1] He has also appeared in many movies, including The Karate Kid, Part III (1989) as the Announcer. He makes numerous appearances at various Dukes of Hazzard events and at Cooters in Nashville and Gatlinburg, Tennessee. He also has made appearances at The World Of Wheels in Birmingham, Alabama.

Hurst's son is actor Ryan Hurst.

Filmography[edit]

  • The Doris Day Show (TV series) as Mechanic, episode "Happiness Is Not Being Fired" (1971)
  • Sanford and Son (TV series) as Police Officer, episode "The Piano Movers" (1972)
  • The Partridge Family (TV series) as Deputy Haynie, episode "M is for the Many Things" (1972)
  • The Unholy Rollers (1972) as Mover
  • The Doris Day Show (TV series) as Herb, episode "Anniversary Gift" (1972)
  • To Hell You Preach (1972) as Richard Hurst
  • The Bob Newhart Show (1972-1978) as Maintenance Man, episode "Motel" (1973)
  • Love, American style (TV series 1969-1974) as Bailiff, Season 4, Episode 14 (1973)
  • Love, American Style (TV series 1969-1974), Season 5, Episode 3 (1973)
  • Kung Fu (TV series 1972-1975) as Tubbs, episode "The Chalice" (1973)
  • Gunsmoke (TV series 1955-1975) as Mayhew, episode "Kitty's Love Affair" (1973)
  • Kojak (TV series 1973-1978) Crew Cut Hostage (as Richard Hurst), episode "Siege of Terror" (1973)
  • Executive Action (1973) as Used Car Salesman
  • The Girl with Something Extra (TV series 1973-1974), episode "It's So Peaceful in the Country" (1973)
  • Happy Days (TV Series 1974-1984) as Cook, episode "All the Way" (1974)
  • Get Christie Love! (TV Movie 1974) as Sergeant Tom Farrell
  • It's Good to Be Alive (TV Movie 1974) as Ambulance Attendant
  • Night Games (TV Movie 1974)
  • Little House on the Prairie (TV Series) as Jacob Jacobsen, episode "100 Mile Walk" (1974)
  • Paper Moon (TV Series 1974–1975), episode "The Manly Art" (1974)
  • The Six Million Dollar Man (TV Series 1974–1978) as Connors, episode "The Midas Touch" (1974)
  • The Blue Knight (TV Series) 1975–1976) as Detective Harriman, episode "Pilot" (1975)
  • W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings (1975) as Butterball
  • Tunnel Vision (1976) as Father
  • On the Rocks (TV Series 1975–1976) as Cleaver
  • The Legend of Frank Woods (1977) as Ace Starkey
  • M*A*S*H (TV series 1972–1983) as Capt. Schaeffer, episode "Fade Out, Fade In" (1977)
  • Baretta (TV Series 1975–1978) as Charlie, episode "Lyman P. Dokker, Fed" (1977)
  • The Cat from Outer Space (1978) as Dydee Guard
  • Big Bob Johnson and His Fantastic Speed Circus (TV Movie 1978) as Timothy Stepwell
  • M*A*S*H (TV Series 1972–1983) as Schaeffer, episode "Our Finest Hour" (1978)
  • Amateur Night at the Dixie Bar and Grill (TV Movie 1979) as Harry Whittaker
  • From Here to Eternity (1979 TV Mini-Series) as Pfc. Hanson
  • Supertrain (1979 TV Series) as David, episode "Where Have You Been Billy Boy" (1979)
  • CHiPs (TV Series) as The Movie Director, episode "Death Watch"
  • Valentine Magic on Love Island (1980 TV Movie) as Robert Murphy
  • Going Ape! (1981) as Brandon
  • The Dukes of Hazzard (TV Series 1979-1985) as Cletus, 47 episodes (1979-1982)
  • Amanda's (1983 TV Series) as Earl Nash, 13 episodes
  • Wildside (TV Series 1985) as Floyd Fussell, episode "Don't Keep the Home Fires Burning"
  • Highway to Heaven (TV Series 1984-1989) as Burt Morgan, episode "Birds of a Feather" (1985)
  • The Last Precinct (TV Series 1986) as Albert the Ape, episode "Pilot"
  • Blue City (1986) as Redneck
  • Jackals (1986) as Harley
  • Starman (TV Series 1986-1987) as Charlie Ewing, episode "Blue Lights" (1986)
  • Sidekicks (TV Series 1986-1987) as Berglund, episode "The Boy Who Saw Too Much" (1987)
  • Earth Girls Are Easy (1988) as Joe the Cop
  • Murder, She Wrote (TV Series) as Police Chief Slocum, episode "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue" (1989)
  • The Karate Kid, Part III (1989) as Announcer
  • Mothers, Daughters and Lovers (1989 TV Movie)
  • Worth Winning (1989) as Big Bouncin' Bob
  • 227 (TV Series ) as Bronco Bob, episodes "How the West Was Fun: Part 1" (1989) "How the West Was Fun": Part 2 (1989)
  • Steel Magnolias (1989) as Bark Boone
  • Perfect Strangers (TV Series 1986-1983) as Uncle Shaggy, episode "Digging Up the News" (1990)
  • The Wonder Years (TV Series 1988–1993) as Harry Detweiler, episode "Growing Up" (1990)
  • Good Grief (TV Series) as Buckaroo Bob, episode "Cub Scouts and Horses & Whiskers on Kittens" (1990)
  • Evening Shade (TV Series) as Nelson, episode "Something to Hold on To" (1990)
  • In the Line of Fire (1993) as Bartender
  • Family Matters (TV Series) as Santa, episode "Christmas Is Where the Heart Is" (1993)
  • Melrose Place (TV Series) as Sydney's Client, episode "Under the Mistletoe" (1993)
  • The John Larroquette Show (TV Series) as Richard, episode "In the Pink" (1995)
  • The Client (TV Series) as Officer Grindle, episode "Drive, He Said" (1995)
  • Pistol Pete (1996 TV Movie) as Lem
  • Runaway Car (1997 TV Movie) as Pack
  • The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion! (1997 TV Movie) as Deputy Cletus Hogg
  • Anywhere But Here (1999) as Reverend
  • The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood (2000 TV Movie) as Deputy Cletus Hogg
  • Suckers (2001) as Texas Customer
  • Venomous (2001) as Edgar Williams
  • The Guardian (TV Series) as Frank Churchill, episode "Ambition" (2003)
  • Return of the Killer Shrews (2012) as Harold Rook

Source: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0403647/#actor

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