Pete Duel was born on Saturday, February 17, 1940 in Rochester, New York, U.S.A. He was a famous American actor, well known for his role in the television series Alias Smith and Jones.
Biography and Career:
Duel came from a long family line of doctors and it was expected that he would also enter into the same profession.
He landed in New york city and acted a role in a touring production of the comedy Take Her, She's Mine.
In 1965, when he was cast in the comedy series Gidget, starring a young Sally Field.
In 1970 when he was cast as the outlaw Hannibal Heyes, alias Joshua Smith, opposite Ben Murphy, in Alias Smith and Jones, a light-hearted western about the exploits of two outlaws trying to earn an amnesty.
Born :February 24, 1940
Birth place :Ro
chester, New York, U.S.
Died :December 31, 1971 (aged 31)
Years active :1963-1971
Height: 5' 10'' (179 cm)
Being born on Feb 17, Pete was an Aquarius.
Pete dated Sally Field.
Why is he famous?
He is famous for making small guest appearances in comedies like Gomer Pyle, USMC and dramas, such as ABC's Channing with Jason Evers and Combat! with Rick Jason and Vic Morrow.
Why do we like him?
He was a great comedy actor and Duel was a man with a desire to change the world.
Pete Duel Lists