Yeah, for an actor who appeared in shows/movies in the 60's to 80's at least, he seemed to have just missed getting on a trading card. Wasn't there an "F Troop" set? There's a small chance he's in the "CHiPs set or "TV's Coolest Classics" (has some Andy Griffith cards in it) sets. As a kid in the 70's, I saw him guest-starring on various shows and I think he was on a few celebrity game shows. My youngest brother was a big fan of "The Cat from Outer Space."
Originally posted by Bill Mullins: Ken Berry has died, age 85. I can't find a card with him on it. I was hoping he'd be in the Pacific "Andy Griffith" set, but doesn't seem to be so.
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Donald Moffat has died aged 87. He was one of those character actors that pretty much everyone would recognise but might not remember where they had seen him before. The BBC have a nice little obituary for him:
It was announced today that Dame June Whitfield mainly known to British audiences for Terry and June, Absolutely Fabulous and at least 4 Carry on films died in her sleep on Friday night 28th/29th December 2018 aged 93.
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I was sorry to read this. I remember Donald Moffat for "Clear and Present Danger." I recall watching the TV version of "Logan's Run" with Heather Menzies but forgot about Rem. I always thought if there was a movie about the company I worked for during most of the 90's, he should play the president. He looked a lot like him and I figured he could pick up his weathered New England accent. Moffat was like Robert Foxworth. They both played robots and could be believable in a variety of roles.
Originally posted by Kevin F: Donald Moffat has died aged 87. He was one of those character actors that pretty much everyone would recognise but might not remember where they had seen him before. The BBC have a nice little obituary for him: