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Actress Gillian Wray scored her biggest roles in 1968 Gazette and it’s even more popular spin-off Hadleigh. She had guest roles in quite a few shows during the 1960’s but dropped out of acting in the early 1970’s. She has been married for many years to fellow actor Tim Preece.

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1964: Crossroads (Series) as Eleanor Chase
1965: A Slight Case Of… Opium
1965: Meet The Wife: The Pain as The Nurse
1966: Hugh and I: Night Life
1966: Hugh and I: With a Pinch of Salt
1966: Armchair Theatre: Barrett Keller – His Mark as Susie
1966: Public Eye: You Can Keep The Medal as Heather
1967: The Dick Emery Show Season 6 Episode 1
1967: No Hiding Place: New Faces for Old as Nurse O’Day
1967: Champion House: The Suggestion Box as Elaine
1967: Z Cars: It’s Easy Once You Know How Parts 1 and 2 as Dot Mitchell
1968: Softly Softly: Identity Unknown as Peggy Williams
1968: Vendetta: The Innocent Man as Anna Maria Reill
1968: Gazette (Series) as Susan Jackson
1969: Hadleigh (Series) as Susan Jackson
1971: Public Eye: John VII Verse 24 as Jane Holland
1991: The Chief Season 2 Episode 5 as Joan Kingsley
1993: The Chief Season 3 Episode 2 as Clerk

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Chad Everett Medical Center

Actor Chad Everett got his fist big break co-starring on “The Dakotas,” an ABC western in 1963.

Everett — the real handle is Raymond Lee Cramton— was born in South Bend, Indiana on 11 June 1936, and reared in Dearborn and Detroit. He decided to become an actor, when he was 18 and he said “as it happened, my mature decision coincides with my immature decision.”

His early stage experience was in high school plays, and his interest in dramatics continued while he was a student at Wayne University in Detroit. He took a fling at Broadway, didn’t make much of a dent there but did attract the attention of Hollywood and was signed into the Warner Bros, stable of fresh young faces. This meant roles in such memorable series as “Bronco,” “Surfside Six,” “Hawaiian Eye” and “Lawman,” but it also meant some movie breaks. The offer of the starring role in his best known series “Medical Center” came in October 1969 when he was in England making a “Journey to the Unknown” segment.

He died 24 July 2012.

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2011: Chemistry as Victor Strathmore
2000: Manhattan, AZ as Jake Manhattan
1994: McKenna as Jack McKenna
1983: The Rousters as Wyatt Earp III
1980: Hagen as Paul Hagan
1978: Centennial as Major Maxwell Mercy
1969: Medical Center as Dr. Joe Gannon
1963: The Dakotas as Deputy Del Stark

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