George DelHoyo

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George DelHoyo
Born (1953-11-23) November 23, 1953 (age 62)
Canelones, Uruguay
Occupation Actor
Years active 1975–present

George DelHoyo (born November 23, 1953, Canelones, Uruguay), also known as George Deloy, is a Uruguay-born American actor.


DelHoyo, who was raised also in Boston, Massachusetts, began performing in the theatre in New York City during the 1970s. Working under the name George Deloy, he performed in plays and musicals at many of the major American regional theaters such as The Seattle Repertory, The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, The Old Globe in San Diego, The Cincinnati Playhouse, The Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles & The Huntington Theatre in Boston. His first big break came in 1976, playing Kyle Nunnery in the Broadway Musical, The Robber Bridegroom.


In 1978, George moved to Los Angeles and became a contract player for Universal Studios, under the screen name George Deloy. Much of his work was in television – one of his first characters was Bert in the episode "Breakout to Murder" of the NBC crime drama series The Eddie Capra Mysteries in 1978, followed in 1979 by the role of Dr. Gilbert Kent on the TV miniseries The Seekers. He starred alongside Brian Dennehy and Katherine Saltzberg in the 1982 sitcom Star of the Family playing sex-crazed Frank Rosetti. In 1986, DelHoyo landed a major role on the hit soap opera Days of Our Lives, playing the villain Orpheus. During the years of 1989-1991 George landed the role of Rob Donnelly on the soap opera Generations. During the 1980s and 1990s he was known primarily as a guest or recurring character on hit shows such as St. Elsewhere, L.A. Law, Nine to Five, Beverly Hills 90210, Walker, Texas Ranger, and Frasier.


For the 1996 computer game Descent II, George DelHoyo voiced the protagonist, the Material Defender.[1]


DelHoyo has gained notoriety as a top voiceover artist, lending his voice to numerous Hollywood film trailers and network television promos. In 2008 he was featured in the acclaimed book "Secrets Of Voice-Over Success" by Joan Baker.


In 1998, DelHoyo starred in the critically acclaimed romantic comedy Dead Letter Office. Recently he appeared in the Academy Award winning animated feature Rango, from Industrial Light & Magic.


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TV credits
Year Title Role Notes
1979 B.J. and the Bear Jonas/Six Killer Episode: "Fly a Wild Horse"
1980 Hart to Hart Peter Scmidt Episode: "Downhill to Death"
Galactica 1980 Dr. Spencer Episode: "The Super Scouts"
1983 Too Close for Comfort Sal Garibaldi Episode: "Family Business"
1984 Three's a Crowd R. Morris Episode: "Daddy's Little Girl"
1985–1986 St. Elsewhere Ken Valere
1986 Hunter Carlos Mariano Episode: "High Noon in L.A."
Days of Our Lives Orpheus Role: October 20, 1986 to April 23, 1987
1988 Night Court Bobby Mason Episode: "Chrizzi's Honor"
Jake and the Fatman Matthew Hammond Episode: "How Long Has This Been Going On?"
Cheers Robert Cooperman Episode: "Norm, Is That You?"
1991 The Young Riders Ben Rawlings Episode: "Old Scores"
Tales from the Crypt Policeman Episode: "Carrion Death"
1992 L.A. Law Episode: "Steal It Again, Sam"
1995 The Commish Reggie Martel Episode: "Brooklyn"
Nowhere Man The Supervisor Episode: "Turnabout"
Space: Above and Beyond Nicholas Chaput Episode: "Eyes"
1996 Sliders Judge John Nassau Episode: "Time Again and World"
1997 JAG Rincon Episode: "The Game of Go"
Superman: The Animated Series Kent Nelson/Doctor Fate Episode: "The Hand of Fate"
1999 The Love Boat: The Next Wave Patrick Jury Episode: "Other People's Business"
Just Shoot Me! Special Agent Justin Morris Episode: "Nina's Choice"
Stark Raving Mad Vince Episode: "Christmas Cheerleader"
2000 Batman Beyond Captain Zane Episode: "Final Cut"
2016 Days of Our Lives Milo Harp aka Orpheus Recurring/Guest Role


Film Credits
Year Title Role Notes
1979 The Seekers Gilbert Kent TV movie
1980 The Secret War of Jackie's Girls Al TV movie
1988 Perry Mason: The Case of the Lady in the Lake Frank Travis TV movie
1994 Vault of Horror TV movie
1996 The Crying Child Ran Jeffreys TV movie
1998 Dead Letter Office Frank Lopez
2011 Rango Señor Flan


  1. ^ "George DelHoyo -". Retrieved 15 October 2012. 

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