|Born||Paul Henderson, Jr.
August 8, 1923
Pueblo, Colorado, USA
|Occupation||Actor: Golden Boot winner|
Kelo Henderson (born Paul Henderson, Jr. on August 8, 1923, in Pueblo, Colorado) is an American former actor who co-starred as Deputy Clint Travis in the 1957–1959 syndicated western television series 26 Men. The program starred Tristram Coffin (1909–1990) as Captain Thomas H. Rynning, the real-life commander of the Arizona Rangers, the case files of which were the basis for the series.
Henderson was reared on a ranch and became an expert marksman and trick gun artist. He is a former ranch foreman. As an actor, he taught many of his peers how to use their guns on screen. Henderson appeared in twenty-five of the seventy-eight episodes of 26 Men.
After 26 Men, Henderson's acting was limited to the role of Frank Wilson in the 1965 German film Der Schatz der Azteken, based on intrigue in Mexico during the 1860s at the time of Emperor Maximilian.