Cooper in Bonanza (1960)
September 30, 1933 |
Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
|Spouse(s)||Pamela R. Cooper (m. 1960–2008)|
Film and television career
Cooper's earliest credited screen appearance was as an eighteen-year-old in 1952–1953 on the Armstrong Circle Theatre, then on NBC, in the two episodes "The Commandant's Clock" and "Changing Dream". Thereafter, he appeared in numerous films such as Thunderbirds, Johnny Guitar and The Rose Tattoo (film).
Cooper, a native of Hartford, Connecticut, resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area. He has two daughters. He attended Columbia University in New York City. His wife, actress Pamela R. Cooper, died in 2008.
- The Eternal Sea (1955)
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