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Ed Bakey was born on November 13, 1925 in Havre de Grace, Maryland, USA as William Edward Baekey. He was an actor, known for The Sting (1973), The Philadelphia Experiment (1984) and Dead & Buried (1981). He was married to Anita Susemihl Bakey. He died on May 4, 1988 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

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Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Highway to Heaven1987TV SeriesPaul
Hill Street Blues1986TV SeriesMr. Goldfarb
Crazy Like a Fox1985TV Series
Murder, She Wrote1985TV SeriesMonsignor Kelly
The Fall Guy1984TV Series
The Philadelphia Experiment1984Pa Willis
Simon & Simon1983TV SeriesRich Steck
One Day at a Time1983TV SeriesMan at Bar
Quincy M.E.1982TV SeriesJimbo
Johnny Belinda1982TV Movie
Voyagers!1982TV SeriesBastaine
Zapped!1982Father Gallagher
Bret Maverick1981-1982TV SeriesLyman Nickerson / Deacon Tippett
Rascals and Robbers: The Secret Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn1982TV Movie
Dead & Buried1981Fisherman
Walking Tall1981TV SeriesMr. Shallit
The Georgia Peaches1980TV MovieDesmond Winkus
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler1980TV MovieEli
The Baltimore Bullet1980Skinny
Charlie's Angels1979TV SeriesEd Jackson
Centennial1979TV Mini-SeriesFloyd Calendar
Hot Lead and Cold Feet1978Joshua
The Evil1978Sam the Caretaker
Telefon1977Carl Hassler
The White Buffalo1977Ben Corbett
Police Woman1974-1977TV SeriesMongoose / Jimmy Higgins / The Man
Lincoln1976TV Mini-SeriesCitizen with Knife
Starsky and Hutch1975TV SeriesFifth Avenue
The Night That Panicked America1975TV MovieVanderhoff
Darktown Strutters1975Reverend S. Tilly
The Honorable Sam Houston1975TV Movie
The Streets of San Francisco1975TV SeriesRummy
Cannon1974TV SeriesLt. Lincoln Gormley
The Godchild1974TV MovieShaw
For Pete's Sake1974Angelo
Kung Fu1974TV SeriesBloom
The Sting1973Granger
Incident at Vichy1973TV MovieFerrand
Dusty's Trail1973TV Series
Chase1973TV SeriesSonny
Bonanza1968-1972TV SeriesLumis / Louby Sains / Hake
Gunsmoke1967-1972TV SeriesStackpole / Farmer / Reverend Bright
The Other1972Chan-yu
Night Gallery1972TV SeriesOllie (segment "Lindemann's Catch")
Mission: Impossible1970-1971TV SeriesAttendant / Dr. Kadar
Love, American Style1971TV SeriesFilbus (segment "Love and the Traveling Salesman")
Wild Rovers1971Gambler
The F.B.I.1970TV SeriesScully
The High Chaparral1970TV SeriesJubel / Bates
Barquero1970Happy
Lancer1970TV SeriesLeach
Heaven with a Gun1969Scotty Andrews (sheepherdr)
The Big Valley1967-1969TV SeriesBurt Simpson / Link Mason / Floyd Stryder / ...
Star Trek1969TV SeriesThe First Fop
The Guns of Will Sonnett1967-1969TV SeriesJellicoe / Homer Blessing
Cimarron Strip1968TV SeriesBartender
Tarzan1968TV SeriesPrince
Death Valley Days1967TV SeriesSam Bass

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Mike Douglas Show1964TV SeriesHimself - Comedian
The Tonight Show1962TV SeriesHimself
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1962TV SeriesHimself

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Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape2010Video documentaryHimself

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#Fact
1Before the ABC-TV "Tommy Seven Show", Ed created the same pathetique clown character for the WJZ-TV in Baltimore, Maryland, where he hosted/performed the "Pop-Pop Show" in 1958-9, before ABC-TV (channel 7) brought him to New York in 1960, calling him "Tommy Seven".
2Ed's nickname "Blade" was given to him in 1967, when he arrived in Hollywood & did guest shots on one of many western television series directed by Virgil W. Vogel, who gave him the nickname because he said Ed's profile was so strong, it could cut the screen like a knife - hence "Blade" was all he ever called him & the name stuck thereafter.
3Spouse: Anita - opera singer/director/voice teacher/actor.
4Daughters: Winita - born 9/4/1954; Lewellyn - born 5/21/1957.
5In 1960, Ed recorded the "Humorous Folksongs by Greensleeves" album, creating an adult comedy character "Eddie Greensleeves" - supposedly a millionaire folk singer who never sang for money - this character was created at the request of Westinghouse Television in New York & Ed appeared as a repeat guest on Westinghouse Television's Mike Wallace's PM Show in 1961-2, as well as two appearances as the same character on the The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) in 1962, one with "Fat" Jack E. Leonard & the other with Soupy Sales, hosting.
6Ed Bakey was the host/performer of a local NYC based Kids TV Show: "The Tommy Seven Show". It was seen weekday evenings and mornings and Sunday Mornings on WABC TV Ch.7 in NYC from Monday September 12, 1960 to Friday May 24, 1963 and from Sunday April 29,1961 to Sunday July 15, 1961.


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