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This is a list of character actors whose last name
ending in the letter K 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.
Dave Kashner ― Ray Kellogg
Bill Kendis ― Sandy Kenyon
3 of 4 pages
Richard Kiel played Cousin Carl Hazlitt
in The Decision.
Kiel was an actor, voice artist, and comedian is best known for playing Jaws, a giant and seemingly
unstoppable assassin with steel teeth who battled James Bond in The Spy
Who Loved Me and Moonraker.
Richard Keil is 7' 2"
He was the original choice to play the title character in the television
series The Incredible Hulk -TV series. After 2 days of filming, it
was decided that he was not "bulky" enough for the role. He was paid for
the two movies of the week and replaced by Lou Ferrigno. Kiel was happy
this happened because he only had sight in one eye and the full contact
lens were bothering him.
Born: September 13, 1939, Detroit, Missouri
Died: September 10, 2014, Fresno, California
Kip King who as Don Mahoney (Donnel O' Mahoney)
in The Deadeyed Kid.
Kip King was an original member
of The Groundlings comedy troupe.
made many guest appearances in
films and on television shows.
He was the Technician in Westworld and played Nick on two episodes of
King was probably best known
for voicing Tailor Smurf in the 1980s television cartoon
series The Smurfs. He was long associated with Hanna-Barbera,
King provided the voice of Shecky in The Biskitts
(1983). He was also in the voice casts of The Little
Rascals ― Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (1982) ― Tom & Jerry
Kids (1990) ― Droopy ― Master Detective and the
Flintstones TV special Yabba-Dabba Do! (1993).
Born: August 11, 1937, Chicago,
Died: July 15, 2010, Los Angeles, California
Lee Kinsolving as Tim Elder in
graduated from Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia
and attended Trinity College (Episcopal) in Hartford,
Connecticut. Kinsolving began acting after his first year of
Lee had done numerous shows. I know I must have seen him in some
of them. I just can't recall seeing him that much before. I do remember
seeing him in a Gunsmoke / 'The Other Half'. Even
though the plot
was predictable, he was great. He played twins. Jess/Jay Bartell.
He retired from acting in
1966, due to his personal frustrations with the business.
For two years, he owned a hip restaurant-bar, Toad Hall,
Kinsolving sold his bar and married in late 1969. Moving to
Florida, he managed two art galleries. After divorcing his
wife in 1972, Kinsolving, an avid seaman, spent the
remainder of his life sailing exotic locales in his private
Born: August 30, 1938,
Died: December 4, 1974, Palm Beach, Florida
Jack Kirkwood Sr. played
Colonel Bourbon in The Horse
He was in the films
Fancy Pants (1950) with Bob Hope and Lucille Ball ― Never a
Dull Moment (1950) and on television was in the series
Fibber McGee and Molly (1959)
One Happy Family (1961)
Hey Jeannie! (1958) ―
The Red Skelton Hour (1957 - 1961).
Born: August 6, 1894 in
Scotland, United Kingdom
Died: August 2, 1964 (age 69) in Las Vegas, Nevada
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