Clark Brandon

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Clark Brandon
The Fitzpatricks Brandon Kramer McNichol 1977.jpg
Clark Brandon (left) with The Fitzpatricks co-stars Bert Kramer and Jimmy McNichol
Born (1958-12-13) December 13, 1958 (age 58)
New York City, New York United States
Occupation Actor, director, screenwriter
Years active 1977–1989 (actor)
1992–1997 (director)

Clark Brandon (born December 13, 1958) is an American actor. His most notable roles were as Max Merlin's apprentice Zachary Rogers in the CBS series Mr. Merlin and as Sean Fitzpatrick, the older brother, in the CBS series The Fitzpatricks. He also starred with Jim Varney in the 1989 comedy film, Fast Food. [1]

Brandon also directed three films: Dark Secrets (1992), Skeeter (1993) and The Last Road (1997).[2]

As of 2014, he was Dean of Students at Areté Preparatory Academy in Southern California.[3]



Year Title Role Notes
1977 The Chicken Chronicles Lee Feature film
1977–78 The Fitzpatricks Sean Fitzpatrick Main cast (13 episodes)
1978 Family Roger Arnold Episode: "And Baby Makes Three"
1978 Fantasy Island Patrick Kincaid Episode: "The Racer"
1978 ABC Afterschool Special Mark Henderson Episode: "It Isn't Easy Being a Teenage Millionaire"
1978 Like Mom, Like Me Kevin Television film
1979 Insight Brad Episode: "When, Jenny? When?"
1979 The New Adventures of Wonder Woman Skip Episode: "The Boy Who Knew Her Secret" (Parts 1 & 2)
1979 Out of the Blue Chris Richards Main cast (12 episodes)
1980 Hello, Larry Mike Episode: "The Blind Friend"
1980 Serial Spenser Feature film
1981–84 The Facts of Life Eddie Brennan Recurring role (4 episodes)
1981–82 Mr. Merlin Zachary Rogers Main cast (22 episodes)
1982 In Love with an Older Woman Chip Television film
1983 My Tutor Billy Feature film
1983 The Love Boat Jerry Howard Episode: "Dee Dee's Dilemma"
1987 Funland Doug Sutterfield Feature film
1989 Fast Food Auggie Hamilton Feature film


Year Title Studio
1992 Dark Secrets e-m-s The DVD-Company
1993 Skeeter New Line Cinema
1997 The Last Road Leo Films


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