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Paul Fix
American film and television character actor, best known for his work in Westerns

Paul Fix

Paul Fix
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Intro American film and television character actor, best known for his work in Westerns
A.K.A. Peter Paul Fix
Was Actor Screenwriter Television actor Film actor
From United States of America
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 13 March 1901, Dobbs Ferry, USA
Death 14 October 1983, Los Angeles, USA (aged 82 years)
Star sign Pisces
Western film
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Peter Paul Fix (March 13, 1901 – October 14, 1983) was an American film and television character actor who was best known for his work in Westerns. Fix appeared in more than a hundred movies and dozens of television shows over a 56-year career between 1925 and 1981. Fix was best known for portraying Marshal Micah Torrance, opposite Chuck Connors's character in The Rifleman from 1958 to 1963. He later appeared with Chuck Connors in the 1966 western film Ride Beyond Vengeance.


Paul Fix was born in Dobbs Ferry, New York, to Wilhelm Fix, a brewmaster, and the former Louise C. Walz, though some sources say he was born Paul Fix Morrison His mother and father were German immigrants who had left their Black Forest home and arrived in New York City in the 1870s.

Around 1917, Fix enlisted in the National Guard, and served at Peekskill, New York. after three months, he went AWOL and enlisted in the Army. After serving at Fort Slocum for three months, he again went AWOL and enlisted in the Navy and was sent to Providence, Rhode Island. While serving in the Navy he was recruited to perform in a Navy Relief Organization production of H.M.S. Pinafore. He went on to serve as a hospital corpsman aboard troop transports ferrying troops to Europe. He was discharged on September 5, 1919.

Following World War I, Fix became a busy character actor who obtained his start in local productions in New York. By the 1920s, he had moved to Hollywood, and performed in the first of almost 350 movie and television appearances. In the 1930s, he became friends with John Wayne. He was Wayne's acting coach and eventually appeared as a featured player in about 27 of Wayne's films.

Fix worked in early films such as Lucky Star (1929) and Ladies Love Brutes (1930), and became a regular performer for the film's director, Frank Borzage, on a further eight occasions. Fix later appeared as Richard Bravo in the 1950s cult classic, The Bad Seed (1956), The Sea Chase (1955) playing Heinz the cook, and in George Stevens' Giant (1956), playing Elizabeth Taylor's father.

Though Fix is best-remembered for his recurring role as Marshal Micah Torrance on ABC's The Rifleman, he also worked in many other series in guest-starring roles. On February 28, 1958, he appeared with Edd Byrnes as Frank Wilson, Sr., and Frank, Jr., respectively in the episode "The Golden Gun" on the ABC/Warner Brothers, western series, Colt .45, starring Wayde Preston. Ron Hayes, Charles Fredericks, and Stuart Randall also appeared in this episode. Seven months later, Byrnes was cast in the new 77 Sunset Strip ABC/WB production.

On Christmas Day, 1958, Fix appeared in the episode "Medal for Valor" on CBS's Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater. Fix plays Rufus Stewart, a businessman who hires David Manning, played by Richard Basehart, a man with an ill wife who is in need of medical treatment, to substitute in the American Civil War for Stewart's son, Adam', portrayed by Richard Anderson. Manning, who won a Medal of Honor, returns from three years in the United States Army with an affidavit certifying that he was a military substitute so that he can claim western land. Rufus Stewart reneges on the promise because the son, the local sheriff, is running for the United States House of Representatives. Oddly, Rufus ends up being shot to death in a confrontation that he caused, and Adam agrees to provide the affidavit to Manning. The episode does not reveal if the sheriff was elected to Congress but considers the political liability of one having hired a substitute in the war.

Fix guest-starred on the short-lived detective series, Meet McGraw and on the western series of Rory Calhoun and John Payne, The Texan and The Restless Gun, which aired, respectively, in the same time slot on Mondays on CBS and NBC.

Fix played the historical role of U.S. President Zachary Taylor in the 1960 episode "That Taylor Affair" of the NBC western series, Riverboat, with Darren McGavin. Arlene Dahl was cast in this episode as Lucy Belle.

In 1961, Fix appeared as Ramsey Collins in the series finale, "Around the Dark Corner", of the NBC crime drama Dante. That same year he played Dr. Abel in the episode "The Haven" on The DuPont Show with June Allyson. Other television credits included Adventures of Superman (1953–1954, with Anthony Caruso and Elisha Cook Jr.) and the adventure series, Northwest Passage.

Fix played Dr. Mark Piper, Leonard McCoy's predecessor in the second pilot episode of Star Trek, "Where No Man Has Gone Before". When NBC picked up Star Trek as a series in 1966, Fix was replaced as the Enterprise medical officer by DeForest Kelley in the role of Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy.

The versatile Fix played a dual role in this 1962 episode of The Rifleman. Fix played the role of his regular character, Marshal Torrance, and that of fast-talking "Charming Billy" Carraway.

Fix appeared as the presiding judge in To Kill a Mockingbird (1962). He played the sheriff in The Sons of Katie Elder. In 1966, he appeared in the film El Dorado. In 1972 he appeared in the film Night of the Lepus. In 1979, he appeared in Wanda Nevada. Fix co-wrote the screenplay for the John Wayne film Tall in the Saddle.

Fix made five appearances as District Attorney Hale on Perry Mason (1957–1963), showing great skill as an examiner who did not ask objectionable questions unlike Hamilton Burger, who often experienced a judge's ire for asking leading questions. He guest-starred on such television series as Wagon Train (1962), The Twilight Zone (1964), The F.B.I. (1965–1973), Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1966), The Time Tunnel (1966), The Wild Wild West (1966–1967), Daniel Boone (1969), Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law (1971), The Rockford Files episode "The House on Willis Avenue" (as Joe Tooley), and two episodes of The Streets of San Francisco, one in 1973 and again in 1975, each a different character/storyline. He appeared on the NBC series Kentucky Jones (1964) as Judge Perkins in the episode "Spare the Rod". He played an aging suicidal novelist named Maxwell Hart on the Emergency! fourth season episode "Kidding", where paramedic John Gage, played by Randolph Mantooth, was in charge of a small group of intellectual 10 and 11-year-old school children on a tour of Rampart General Hospital. He played the role of New Mexico rancher Pete Maxwell in the 1973 film Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. In 1974, he made an appearance as an old friend of Steve Austin's in the TV series The Six Million Dollar Man in the episode "Population Zero". He also appeared as Kronus, a retired fleet commander on the original Battlestar Galactica.

Fix played the hardy pioneer James Briton "Brit" Bailey in the 1969 episode "Here Stands Bailey" of the syndicated series Death Valley Days, hosted by Robert Taylor not long before Taylor's own death. In the storyline, Bailey and his second wife, Hannah (Rosemary DeCamp), make their final settlement in southeastern Texas after having overcome many obstacles over the years. Now they face Stephen F. Austin (John Carter) with an order that they leave the land reserved for the Old Three Hundred original families of Texas. Soon Austin has a change of heart and asks them to stay. Bailey dies with his final wish of interment standing upright facing west, hence his grave marker, "Here Stands Bailey Facing West."

Personal life and death

His daughter Marilyn married actor Harry Carey, Jr. in 1944, and they had four children of their own.

Fix died of renal failure in Los Angeles at the age of 82.

Selected filmography

  • The Perfect Clown (1925) as Bellhop (uncredited)
  • Hoodoo Ranch (1926)
  • The First Kiss (1928) as Ezra Talbot
  • Lucky Star (1929) as Joe
  • Ladies Love Brutes (1930) as Slip
  • Man Trouble (1930) as The Kid - A Gunman (uncredited)
  • The Good Bad Girl (1931) as Roach
  • The Fighting Sheriff (1931) as Jack Cameron
  • Doctors' Wives as Interne (uncredited)
  • The Avenger (1931) as Juan Marietta (uncredited)
  • Sob Sister (1931) as Minor Role (uncredited)
  • Bad Girl (1931)
  • Young as You Feel (1931) as Desk Clerk (uncredited)
  • Three Girls Lost (1931) as Tony Halcomb (uncredited)
  • South of the Rio Grande (1932) as Juan Olivarez
  • The Racing Strain (1932) as King Kelly
  • Life Begins (1932) as Anxious Expectant Father (uncredited)
  • The Last Mile (1932) as Eddie Werner - Cell 8
  • Scarface (1932) as Hood with Gaffney (uncredited)
  • Dancers in the Dark (1932) as Benny
  • The Night of June 13 (1932) as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Somewhere in Sonora (1933) as Bart Leadly
  • The Important Witness (1933) as Tony
  • Fargo Express (1933) as Mort Clark
  • The Mad Game (1933) as Lou
  • Devil's Mate (1933) as Malony
  • The Avenger (1933) as Vickers
  • The Important Witness (1933) as Tony
  • The Sphinx (1933) as Dave Werner
  • Emergency Call (1933) as Dr. Mason (uncredited)
  • Zoo in Budapest (1933) as Heinie
  • The Woman Who Dared (1933) as Racketeer
  • Gun Law (1933) as Tony Adams
  • The Westerner (1934) as Rustler Who Confesses (uncredited)
  • The World Accuses (1934) as John Weymouth
  • Rocky Rhodes (1934) as Joe Hilton
  • The Count of Monte Cristo as Angry Citizen (uncredited)
  • The Crosby Case (1934) as Engineer (uncredited)
  • Little Man, What Now? (1934) as Lauderbock
  • Reckless (1935) as Man on Mechanical Horse (uncredited)
  • The Crimsom Trail (1935) as Paul- Bellair Ranch Hand
  • Mutiny Ahead (1935) as Teeter Smith
  • His Fighting Blood (1935) as Phil Elliott
  • Don't Bet on Blondes (1935) as Betting Man (uncredited)
  • Men Without Names (1935) as The Kid
  • Let 'Em Have It (1935) as Sam
  • Millions in the Air (1935) as Hank - the Drunk
  • Bar 20 Rides Again (1935) as Gila
  • The Eagle's Brood (1935) as Henchman Steve
  • Valley of Wanted Men (1935) as Mike Masters
  • The Throwback (1935) as Spike Travis
  • Bulldog Courage (1935) as Bailey
  • The Desert Trail (1935) as Jim Whitmonlee
  • Mariners of the Sky aka Navy Born (1936) as Joe Vezie
  • The Road to Glory (1936) as Second Volunteer
  • The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936) as Lou Pender (uncredited)
  • The Bridge of Sighs (1936) as Harrison Courtney, Jr. aka Harry West
  • Phantom Patrol (1936) as Henchman Jo-Jo Regan
  • Yellowstone (1936) a Dynomite
  • Straight from the Shoulder (1936) as Trigger Benson
  • Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936) as Lefty (uncredited)
  • 36 Hours to Kill (1936) as Gangster (uncredited)
  • The Prisoner of Shark Island (1936) as David Herold
  • After the Thin Man (1936) as Phil Brynes
  • Wanted! Jane Turner (1936) as Crowley's Henchman
  • The Accusing Finger (1936) as John 'Twitchy' Burke
  • 15 Maiden Lane (1936) as Agitator (uncredited)
  • Two in a Crowd (1936) as Bonelli's Henchman
  • Winterset (1936) as Joe
  • The Plot Thickens (1936) as Joe
  • Border Cafe (1937) as 'Doley' Dolson
  • Armored Car (1937) as Slim
  • Her Husband Lies (1937) as Lefty Harker (uncredited)
  • Woman in Distress (1937) as Joe Emory
  • The Game That Kills (1937) as Dick Adams
  • Big City (1937) as Comet Night Watchman (uncredited)
  • On Such a Night (1937) as Maxie Barnes
  • Souls at Sea (1937) as Violinest
  • King of Gamblers (1937) as Charlie
  • It Can't Last Forever (1937) as Mikey (uncredited)
  • Paid to Dance (1937) as Nifty
  • Daughter of Shanghai (1937) as Miles (uncredited)
  • Mannequin (1937) as Smooch Hanrahan (uncredited)
  • Conquest (1937) as Dumb Soldier (uncredited)
  • Hot Water (1937) as Homer (uncredited)
  • The Saint of New York (1938) as Phil Farrell - Doorman at the Silverclub (uncredited)
  • Mr. Moto's Gamble (1938) as Gangster (uncredited)
  • Smashing the Rackets (1938) as Maxie
  • The Crowd Roars (1938) as Joe - Bodyguard on Plane (uncredited)
  • Crime Ring (1938) as Slim (uncredited)
  • Penitentiary (1938) as Bunch (uncredited)
  • King of Alcatraz (1938) as 'Nails' Miller
  • The Night Hawk (1938) as Spider
  • Mr. Moto's Gamble (1938) as Gangster (uncredited)
  • Crime Takes a Holiday (1938) as Louie
  • Secrets of a Nurse (1938) as Smiley, Largo's Gunman (uncredited)
  • When G-Men Step In (1938) as Clip Phillips - Fred's Henchman
  • Walking Down Broadway (1938) as Man in Baccarat Club Bar (uncredited)
  • The Buccaneer (1938) as Dying Pirate
  • Behind Prison Gates (1939) as Convict Petey Ryan
  • They All Came Out (1939) as Vonnie (uncredited)
  • News Is Made at Night (1939) as Joe Luddy
  • Heritage of the Desert (1939) as Henchman Chick Chance
  • Star Reporter (1939) as Clipper
  • Two Thoroughbreds (1939) as Stablemaster
  • Heroes in Blue (1939) as Henchman (uncredited)
  • Those High Grey Walls (1939) as Nightengale
  • Mutiny on the Blackhawk (1939) as Jock - the Sailor
  • The Girl and the Gambler (1939) as Charlie
  • Undercover Doctor (1939) as Monk Jackson
  • Code of the Streets (1939) as Tommy Shay
  • Almost a Gentleman (1939) as Kidnapper (uncredited)
  • Disbarred (1939) as Stone (uncredited)
  • The Ghost Breakers (1940) as Frenchy Duval
  • Glamour for Sale (1940) as Louis Manell
  • Queen of the Mob (1940) as Gang Leader in Garage (uncredited)
  • The Fargo Kid (1940) as Deuce Mallory
  • The Great Plane Robbery (1940) as Nick Harmon
  • Trail of the Vigilantes (1940) as Lefty
  • Triple Justice (1940) as Fred Cleary
  • Black Diamonds (1940) as Matthews
  • The Crooked Road (1940) as Nick Romero
  • Dr. Cyclops (1940) as Dr. Mendoza
  • Virginia City (1940) as Murrell's Henchman (uncredited)
  • Outside the Three-Mile Limit (1940) as Bill Swanson
  • Strange Cargo (1940) as Benet
  • Black Friday (1940) as William Kane
  • Down Mexico Way (1941) as Henchman Davis
  • A Missouri Outlaw (1941) as Mark Roberts
  • Public Enemies (1941) as Scat
  • Mob Town (1941) as Monk Bangor (uncredited)
  • Unfinished Business (1941) as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Hold That Ghost (1941) as Lefty (uncredited)
  • Citadel of Crime (1941) as Nick Garro
  • Roar of the Press (1941) as 'Sparrow' McGraun
  • Pittsburgh (1942) as Mine Operator
  • Escape from Crime (1942) as Dude Mevill
  • Hitler – Dead or Alive (1942) as Joe 'The Book' Conway
  • Youth on Parade (1942) as Nick Cramer (uncredited)
  • Highways by Night (1942) as Gabby
  • Mug Town (1942) as Marco
  • That Other Woman (1942) as Tough Guy
  • Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant (1942) as Husband (uncredited)
  • Kid Glove Killer (1942) as Allison Stacy (uncredited)
  • Alias Boston Blackie (1942) as Steve Cavereni
  • Sleepytime Gal (1942) as Johnny Gatto
  • South of Santa Fe (1942) as Joe Keenan aka Harmon
  • Jail House Blues (1942) as Danny
  • Captive Wild Woman (1943) as Gruen
  • Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1943) as Mueller (uncredited)
  • In Old Oklahoma (1943) as Cherokee Kid
  • Petticoat Larceny (1943) as Louie (uncredited)
  • Bombardier (1943) as Big Guy - Spy (uncredited)
  • The Unknown Guest (1943) as Fain
  • The Fighting Seabees (1944) as Ding
  • Tall in the Saddle (1944) as Bob Clews (also co-writer)
  • Back to Bataan (1945) as Bindle Jackson
  • Grissly's Millions (1945) as Lewis Bentley
  • Flame of Barbary Coast (1945) as Calico Jim
  • Dakota (1945) as Carp
  • Tycoon (1947) as Joe
  • Angel and the Badman (1947) as Mouse Marr (uncredited)
  • Force of Evil (1948) as Bill Ficco
  • The Plunderers (1948) as Calico
  • Angel in Exile (1948) as Carl Spitz
  • Red River (1948) as Teeler Yaces
  • Wake of the Red Witch (1948) as Antonio "Ripper" Arrezo
  • The Fighting Kentuckian (1949) as Beau Merritt
  • She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) as Gunrunner (uncredited)
  • Fighting Man of the Plains (1949) as Yancy
  • Hellfire (1949) as Dusty Stoner
  • California Passage (1950) as Whalen
  • Surrender (1950) as Deputy Williams
  • Bullfighter and the Lady (1951) as Joseph Jamison (uncredited)
  • Warpath (1951) as Pvt. Fiore
  • The Great Missouri Raid (1951) as Sgt. Brill
  • Ride the Man Down (1952) as Ray Cavanaugh
  • What Price Glory (1952) as Gowdy (uncredited)
  • Denver and Rio Grande (1952) as Engineer Moynihan
  • Big Jim Mclain (1952) as Voice of Chauncey (uncredited)
  • Fair Wind to Java (1953) as Wilson
  • Island in the Sky (1953) as Wally Miller
  • Hondo (1953) as Major Sherry
  • Devil's Canyon (1953) as Gatling Guard
  • Star of Texas (1953) as Luke Andrews
  • The High and the Mighty (1954) as Frank Briscoe
  • Johnny Guitar (1954) as Eddie
  • Blood Alley (1955) as Mr. Tso
  • The Sea Chase (1955) as Max Heinz
  • Top of the World (1955) as Maj. George French
  • Santiago (1956) as Trasker
  • Star in the Dust (1956) as Mike MacNamara
  • Stagecoach to Fury (1956) as Tim O'Connors
  • Giant (1956) as Dr. Horace Lynnton
  • Toward the Unknown (1956) as Lt. Gen. Bryan Shelby
  • The Bad Seed (1956) as Richard Bravo
  • Man in the Vault (1956) as Herbie
  • Man in the Shadow (1957) as Herb Parker
  • The Devil's Hairpin (1957) as Doc Addams
  • Night Passage (1957) as Mr. Feeney
  • Jet Pilot (1957) as Major Rexford
  • Night Passage (1957) as Clarence Feeney
  • Lafayette Escadrille (1958) as U. S. General
  • The Notorious Mr. Monks (1958) as Benjamin Monks
  • Guns Girls and Gangsters (1959) as Lon Largo
  • Wagon Train : The Amos Billings Story (1962, TV Series) as Amos Billings
  • To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) as Judge Taylor
  • The Outrage (1964) as Indian
  • Mail Order Bride (1964) as Sheriff Jess Linley
  • The Sons of Katie Elder (1965) as Sheriff Billy Watson
  • Shenandoah (1965) as Dr. Tom Witherspoon
  • Baby the Rain Must Fall (1965) as Judge Ewing
  • El Dorado (1966) as Dr. Miller
  • Incident at Phantom Hill (1966) as General Hood
  • Ride Beyond Vengeance (1966) as Hanley
  • An Eye for an Eye (1966) as Brien Quince
  • Nevada Smith (1966) as Sheriff Bonnell
  • Welcome to Hard Times (1967) as Major Munn C.S.A.
  • The Ballad of Josie (1967) as Alpheus Minisk
  • Day of the Evil Gun (1968) as Sheriff Kelso
  • Hellfighters (1968) as Dusty Stoner
  • The Undefeated (1969) as General Joe Masters
  • Young Billy Young (1969) as Charlie
  • Dirty Dingus Magee (1970) as Chief Crazy Blanket
  • Zabriskie Point (1970) as Roadhouse Owner
  • Shoot Out (1971) as Brakeman Frenatore
  • Something Big (1971) as Chief Yellow Sun
  • Night of the Lepus (1972) as Sheriff Cody
  • Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid (1973) as Maxwell
  • Cahill U.S. Marshal (1973) as Old Man
  • Grayeagle (1977) as Running Wolf
  • Wanda Nevada (1979) as Texas Curly

Film writer

  • Tall in the Saddle (Screenplay)
  • Ring of Fear (Original Screenplay)


  • The Lone Ranger – episode – Million Dollar Wallpaper – Silk (1950)
  • Adventures of Superman (Credits Paul Fix) – Episode Season 1 Episode 22 – Czar of the Underworld (1953)
  • Adventures of Superman (Credits Peter Fix) – Episode Season 2 Episode 18 – Semi-Private Eye (1954)
  • Perry Mason – episode - The Case of the Angry Mourner - District Attorney Hale (1957)
  • The Rifleman – 123 episodes appeared in, and credit only for 27 episodes – Marshall Micah Torrance, and Charming Billy for 1 episode (1958–1963)
  • Wagon Train – episode – The Mark Hanford Story – Jake (1958)
  • Perry Mason – Season 2 Episode 6 - The Case of the Buried Clock - District Attorney Hale (1958)
  • Wagon Train – episode – The Amos Billings Story – Amos Billings (1962)
  • Wagon Train – episode – The Brian Conlin Story – Sean Bannon (1964)
  • Lassie – episode – The Sulky Race – Sam Snow (1959)
  • Ripcord – episode – Jump to a Blind Alley – Josh Parker (1963)
  • The Twilight Zone – Colbey (1964) – Episode Season 5 Episode 26 – "I Am the Night Color Me Black"
  • The F.B.I. – episode – How to Murder an Iron Horse – Willard Oberley (1965)
  • Death Valley Days – episode – A Picture of a Lady – Doc Lathrop, with Peter Whitney as Judge Roy Bean and Francine York as Lily Langtry (1965)
  • Star Trek: The Original Series – episode – Where No Man Has Gone Before – Dr. Mark Piper (1966)
  • Daniel Boone – episode – Deadly Lodestone – Chief Great Bear (1966)
  • A Man Called Shenandoah – episode – Plunder – Sam Winters (1966)
  • Wild Wild West - episode - Night of the green terror - Old Chief (1966)
  • Bonanza – episode – The Gold Detector – Barney (1967)
  • Gunsmoke – episode – Vengeance Part 1 – Sheriff Sloan (1967)
  • The Big Valley – episode – The Stallion – Brahma (1967)
  • The Guns of Will Sonnett – episode #1 – Ride the Long Trail – Olenhaussen - Stableman (1967)
  • Land Of The Giants – episode #9 "The Creed" Doctor Brule (1968)
  • Land Of The Giants – episode #17 "Deadly Lodestone" Doctor Brule (1969)
  • The Andy Griffith Show – episode – Barney Hosts a Summit Meeting – Mr. McCabe (1968)
  • The F.B.I. – episode – The Prey – Chester Cranford (1969)
  • Death Valley Days season 17 episode 18 Here Stands Bailey - Brit Bailey (1969)
  • Daniel Boone – episode – The Allegiances – Quonab (1969)
  • The F.B.I. – episode – Incident in the Desert – Matt Williams (1970)
  • Ironside – episode – The Laying on of Handy – Cripple (1970)
  • Alias Smith and Jones – episode – The Day They Hanged Kid Curry – Tom Hansen (1971)
  • Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law – episode – Make No Mistake – Dr. Mel Woodruff (1971)
  • Alias Smith and Jones – episode – Night of the Red Dog – Clarence Bowles (1971)
  • Bonanza – episode – For a Young Lady – Bufford Sturgis (1971)
  • Mannix – episode – Scapegoat – Johnny Gunnarson (1972)
  • Emergency! – episode – Fuzz Lady – Gus 'Pop' William (1972)
  • Alias Smith and Jones – episode – Three to a Bed – Bronc (1973)
  • The F.B.I. – episode – The Big Job – Farrell (1973)
  • The Six Million Dollar Man – episode – Population: Zero – Gus Turners (1974)
  • Barnaby Jones – episode – Dark Legacy – Amos Barringer (1974)
  • Doc Elliot – episode – The Pharmacist – Gus Turners (1974)
  • Barnaby Jones – episode – Death on Deposit – Alfred Stermer (1974)
  • Barnaby Jones – episode – Double Vengeance – Jack Tatthal (1975)
  • Emergency! – episode – Kidding – Maxwell Hart (1975)
  • Lincoln – mini-series – episode – Prairie Law – Judge Thomas (1975)
  • Ellery Queen – episode – The Adventure of the Sinister Scenario – Captain Benjamin Blake (1976)
  • How The West Was Won – Mini series – episodes #1.2–1.4 – Portagee (1977–1978)
  • The Rockford Files – episode – The House On Willis Avenue – Joseph Toolery (1978)
  • Battlestar Galactica – episode – Take The Celestra – Commander Kronus (1979)
  • Quincy M.E. – episode – For Want of A Horse – Jason Randall (1981) (final appearance)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Who is Paul Fix?
A: Paul Fix (March 13, 1901 – October 14, 1983) was an American film and television actor, best known for his work in Westerns.
Q: When and where was Paul Fix born?
A: Paul Fix was born in Dobbs Ferry, New York, on March 13, 1901.
Q: What was Paul Fix's birth name?
A: Paul Fix's birth name was Peter Paul Fix.
Q: What is Paul Fix best known for?
A: Paul Fix is best known for his work in Westerns.
Q: What are some famous Westerns Paul Fix appeared in?
A: Some famous Westerns Paul Fix appeared in include "The Rifleman", "The Big Valley", and "Gunsmoke".
Q: What other genres did Paul Fix act in?
A: In addition to Westerns, Paul Fix also appeared in dramas, comedies, and crime films.
Q: When did Paul Fix pass away?
A: Paul Fix passed away on October 14, 1983.
Q: What is Paul Fix's most memorable role?
A: Paul Fix's most memorable role is considered to be Marshal Micah Torrance in the TV series "The Rifleman".
Q: Was Paul Fix married?
A: Yes, Paul Fix was married to Marguerite Hefti from 1928 until his death in 1983.
Q: What other professions did Paul Fix have?
A: In addition to acting, Paul Fix also worked as a screenwriter and director.
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