Buck Taylor

Birthday:

05/13/1938

Place of birth:

Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States:

Biography:

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Walter Clarence "Buck" Taylor, III (born May 13, 1938) is an American actor and water color artist best known for his role as gunsmith-turned-deputy Newly O'Brien in 113 episodes during the last eight seasons of CBS's Gunsmoke television series (1967–1975). In recent years, he has painted the portrait of his friend and Gunsmoke costar James Arness. Taylor's painting specialty is the American West, and each year, he creates the posters for several Texas rodeos. Taylor lives with his second wife on a ranch near Fort Worth, Texas. Description above from the Wikipedia article Buck Taylor, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Film Credits

(2016)
as Sheriff J.E. Stone
(2016)
as Old Man
(2016)
as
(2015)
as Marshal Trevor Cooper
(2015)
as Judge Lawrence
(2011)
as Wes Claiborne
(2011)
as Pete Snyder
(2007)
as Ambrose Cornell
(2005)
as Dr. Adam Galen
(2005)
as Bob Draper
(2005)
as Harry Dodds
(2004)
as Parson Brown
(2000)
as Pap Doolin
(2000)
as Capt. Myles Keogh
(1999)
as Charlie
(1999)
as Cross-Eyed Reb
(1998)
as Capt. Adam Gunther
(1993)
as Turkey Creek Jack Johnson
(1991)
as Nick
(1990)
as Bob Simmons
(1989)
as Wes Porter
(1987)
as Newly
(1986)
as Grey
(1983)
as Sgt. Bridges
(1981)
as Laird
(1981)
as Dynamite Dick
(1979)
as Reed Carney
(1978)
as Joe
(1978)
as George Fewster
(1978)
as
(1976)
as Bovey Kingman
(1967)
as Poolside Interviewer 2
(1966)
as Dear John
(1963)
as Josh