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This is a list of character actors whose last name
ending in the letter J has appeared on The Rifleman — One Time Only.
Whether they have appeared one time only or 168 times, they are just as
important as the main characters and/or anyone else involved in The
Rifleman. This is just a small tribute to those great many characters
of character actors is dedicated to each & everyone one of the
actors that appeared on
They're among the most popular and recognizable actors. They may not
be A-list stars, but they do something many actors don't. They
worked all the time.
Dal Jenkins ― L.Q. Jones
3 of 3 pages
Ray Jones as one of
the townsmen. His career spans over thirty years with three-hundred and
forty-eight credits to his name. He has appeared in at least 147 westerns and 6 serials.
WOW! Now that's a list of credits!
Born on August 12,
1900 in Batvia, Iowa
Died October 27, 1975 in Los Angeles, California
*Thanks to Phillip Arnold for giving Ray Jones
his credit do!
Warren Jones played Fred Tate in
He's the cowboy Lucas put in his place in the saloon.
cowboy only has six credits to his name. Warren Jones and
Dennis Cross starred in the
1960-1961 TV Series The Blue Angels. He went
on to appear as a regular in another TV Series,
Window on Main Street.
Besides The Rifleman
he appeared in TV Series Flight ― Mr. Lucky ― The Andy
Bill Joyce as Clay Barker in
He was Amy's husband and the
man who was sick.
Bill's childhood dream
was to become a major-league baseball pitcher (he even
worked out with the New York Yankees in 1947).
While in the army he became
the star, writer and producer of Camp Pickett Reveille
Roundup. He made his film debut in 1954 as a dancer in the
comedy musical Top Banana (1954). Besides Top Banana
on Broadway he also did Damn Yankees ― Bye Bye Birdie.
In 1959, Jack Webb picked him
over Jimmy Dean to play the title role in a television
adaptation of Johnny Guitar.
. He appeared in the soap
Days of Our Lives (1980-1981).
Birth: October 21, 1930, Bryn
Death: September 3, 1998, Encino, California
Her birth name is Maria
Cristina Estella Marcella Jurado de Garcia. She was once married to
actor Ernest Borgnine who referred to her as "beautiful,
but a tiger".
He acting career spanned over
fifty years with eighty-six credits to her name.
In addition to acting, Jurado worked as a movie columnist and
radio reporter to support her family. She also worked as a
bullfight critic, and it was at a bullfight that Jurado was
spotted by John Wayne and director Budd Boetticher.
She worked in many classics like High Noon (1952) ― Arrowhead
Broken Lance (1954)
One-Eyed Jacks (1960)
Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973)
The Badlanders (1958)
She became the first Latin American actress nominated for an
Academy Award, as Best Supporting Actress for her work in 1954's
Broken Lance, and was the first to win a Golden Globe Award in
1952's High Noon.
Born: January 16, 1924,
Died: July 5, 2002, Cuernavaca, Mexico
One Timer Only ―Index Page
is a list of character actors who have appeared on The Rifleman —
one time only
Character Actors Index Page
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