Brett Halsey

Biography: Actor Brett Halsey came into this world as Charles Oliver Hand, the son of a San Francisco contractor. Formerly a page at the CBS studios in Hollywood, the 20-year-old Halsey was signed to a Universal contract in 1953. His earliest film efforts include The Glass Web (1953) and Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (1954), in which he played one of the myriad of Kettle offspring. He went on to play leads in bottom-budget juvenile delinquent films, including the immortal 1958 howler Speed Crazy. Under contract to 20th Century-Fox in the late 1950s-early 1960s, Halsey starred in Return of the Fly (1959) and was seen on a weekly basis as swinging journalist Paul Templin in the TV series Follow the Sun (1961). He then packed his bags and headed to Italy, where he played leads in swashbucklers, spy films, and Westerns (occasionally under the pseudonym Montgomery Ford). His experiences as a journeyman actor in Europe were encapsulated in his novel Magnificent Strangers. Halsey returned to the U.S.Actor Brett Halsey came into this world as Charles Oliver Hand, the son of a San Francisco contractor. Formerly a page at the CBS studios in Hollywood, the 20-year-old Halsey was signed to a Universal contract in 1953. His earliest film efforts include The Glass Web (1953) and Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (1954), in which he played one of the myriad of Kettle offspring. He went on to play leads in bottom-budget juvenile delinquent films, including the immortal 1958 howler Speed Crazy. Under contract to 20th Century-Fox in the late 1950s-early 1960s, Halsey starred in Return of the Fly (1959) and was seen on a weekly basis as swinging journalist Paul Templin in the TV series Follow the Sun (1961). He then packed his bags and headed to Italy, where he played leads in swashbucklers, spy films, and Westerns (occasionally under the pseudonym Montgomery Ford). His experiences as a journeyman actor in Europe were encapsulated in his novel Magnificent Strangers. Halsey returned to the U.S. in the early 1970s, where he acted in such TV daytime dramas as Love is a Many Splendored Thing, Search for Tomorrow and, General Hospital, as well as in feature films, including Francis Ford Coppolas' Godfather III (1990). Brett Halsey was at one time married to actress Luciana Paluzzi. Expand

Brett Halsey's Scores

  • TV
Average career score: 43
Highest Metascore: 43 The Love Boat: Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 43 The Love Boat: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 1
  2. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 tv review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Cold Case: Season 6 Sep 28, 2008 Rowland Hughes tbd
tbd X-Men: Season 4 Sep 9, 1995 Bolivar Trask tbd
tbd X-Men: Season 1 Oct 31, 1992 Bolivar Trask 9.6
tbd Forever Knight: Season 1 May 5, 1992 Hedges tbd
tbd The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 7 Sep 21, 1984 Blake tbd
tbd The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 5 Sep 24, 1982 Carter tbd
tbd Charlie's Angels (1977): Season 5 Nov 30, 1980 Brett Halsey tbd
tbd The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 2 Sep 21, 1979 Dunlap 6.8
43 The Love Boat: Season 1 Sep 24, 1977 Clark / Clark tbd
tbd Alias Smith and Jones: Season 3 Sep 16, 1972 Ed tbd
tbd Alias Smith and Jones: Season 1 Jan 5, 1971 Hamilton tbd
tbd Columbo: Season 1 Feb 20, 1968 Archer 8.6
tbd Perry Mason: Season 1 Sep 21, 1957 Robert Finchley tbd