Dean Jagger

Biography: Amiable lead and character actor Dean Jagger worked as a vaudeville and stage actor before debuting onscreen in 1929. During his long career (spanning over five decades), he played a wide variety of roles. The first few years of his screen career were spent in minor films, prompting him to quit making films in the mid-'30s and focus on Broadway; having made his name on stage, Jagger came back to films in 1940 to play lead roles. For his work in Twelve O'Clock High (1950), he won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. He did much TV work, and in the '60s was popular as high school principal Albert Vance in the TV series Mr. Novak.

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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd The Twilight Zone: Season 2 Sep 30, 1960 Ed Lindsay 9.8
tbd St. Elsewhere: Season 3 Sep 19, 1984 Dr. David Domedion tbd
tbd Bonanza: Season 12 Sep 13, 1970 General Ira Cloninger tbd
tbd The Waltons: Season 7 Sep 21, 1978 Prof. Bowen tbd
tbd Columbo: Season 2 Sep 17, 1972 Cannell tbd
tbd The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Season 1 Sep 20, 1962 George Davies tbd