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|Born||June 12, 1928|
Mount Kisco, New York, U.S.
|Died||June 11, 2000 (aged 71)|
|Resting place||Los Angeles National Cemetery|
|Spouse(s)||Lillian Gallo (1958-2000) (his death) (2 children)|
He also made appearances on other TV series including Rawhide, Dr. Kildare, Straightway, Lost in Space, The F.B.I., Gunsmoke, The Twilight Zone, Perry Mason, Tales of Wells Fargo, Combat!, and Get Smart. He also appeared in the films Ocean's 11 and PT 109 and Pork Chop Hill.
Gallo died on June 11, 2000 in Los Angeles, California, the day before his 72nd birthday. He was survived by his wife of 42 years, television producer Lillian Gallo. They had two children, Mary Ann and Tom.
|1958||I Want to Live!||Mr. Thomas - Undercover Cop at Bar||Uncredited|
|1959||Pork Chop Hill||Lieutenant, Division Public Relations|
|1959||Odds Against Tomorrow||Moriarty|
|1960||Ocean's 11||Adele's Date|
|1963||PT 109||Yeoman Rogers|
|1963||Soldier in the Rain||Sgt. Fred Lenahan|
|1978||The Cheap Detective||Cop|
|1984||Hard to Hold||2nd Cab Driver|
|1967||Straightaway episode "Crossroad"|
|1967||Lost in Space Season 3 episode "Flight into the Future"||Commander Fletcher|
|1967||The Time Tunnel Season 2 episode "Chase Through Time"||Vokar|
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