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Robert "Bobby" Hoy
Actor | Stunts | Assistant
Robert F. Hoy appeared in three episodes of
The Rifleman ―
Woman from Hog Ridge
as Lester Boyle, one of Ma Boyle's boys, he was the one
steeling the horse from the livery stable that Lucas shot ―
as Dabbs, the cowboy Ruben shot and killed him in the
beginning of the episode ―
They Go? as one of Wade's gang.
He also appeared with Chuck in
Branded in the episodes
Rules of the Game
aka Elsie Brown ―
Seward's Folly as Grimes.
Bobby Hoy's career spanned 55 years as
first a stuntman, then an actor and director. He doubled for
stars such as Tony Curtis, Charles Bronson, Audie Murphy,
Tyrone Power, David Janssen, Telly Savalas,
Robert Vaughn and Jay Silverheels.
He appeared in more than 67 films included
Bullet ― The Outlaw Josey Wales ― The Legend of the Lone
Ranger ― The Gambler II ― Nevada Smith
― Bronco Billy ― The Enforcer
― The Great Race.
On television, Hoy acted in more than 75
TV programs including The High Chaparral
as Joe Butler from 1967 to 1971. Other credits
include Wanted: Dead or Alive ― Walker: Texas Ranger
― JAG ― Dallas (recurring role)
― The Wild Wild West
― Wonder Woman ― Magnum, P.I.(Five episodes)
Young Riders ― Zorro.
In 1961, he became a co-founding member of The Stuntman's
Association of Motion Pictures.
This man has credit forever long!
February 2010, the Motion Picture & Television Fund
presented Bobby Hoy with its Golden Boot Award for his
long-time reputation as an actor, director and stunt man in
television and movie Westerns.
Birth Name: Robert Frances Hoy
Robert Hoy was born April 3, 1927 in New York City, New York
He died February 8, 2010 in Sherman Oaks, Northridge, California of
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