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Birth date: Booneville, Mississippi, United States
Height:5' 6" (1.68 m)
Profession:Actor
Spouse:Brenda Ballard (m. 1972)

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Gary Ballard is an actor, known for Murder in the First (1995), Defending Your Life (1991) and Career Suicide (2004).

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Bones2015TV SeriesHollis Pepall
Scrubs2010TV SeriesKevin Biegel
Double Duty2009Mr. Appleby
The Perfect Game2009Louisville Spectator #2
Mad Men2007TV SeriesWaiter
Big Love2007TV SeriesUIB Conference Member #2
Mind of Mencia2007TV Series2007
Veronica Mars2007TV SeriesProfessor
DayDreams of Rudolph Valentino2007ShortDoctor Mecker
The Importance of Blind Dating2005ShortKendrick
Career Suicide2004ShortStan
First Impressions2003Elderly man
Blue Shark Hash2001Bob
Postal Worker1998Postal clerk
ER1997TV SeriesArnold Plum
Profiler1997TV SeriesMarlin Fender
The O.J. Civil Trial1996TV SeriesDefense attorney Robert Blasier (1996)
Living Single1995TV SeriesLaundry Man
Murder in the First1995Alcatraz Guard Swenson
It Came from the Desert1992Video GameDad
Party Plane1991McGillicutty
Defending Your Life1991Mr. Wadworth
Blue Desert1991Townie 2
WIOU1991TV SeriesJanitor
America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back1990TV Series documentaryGene Hanson
Easy Wheels1989Hunter #1
Private Eye1987TV SeriesPriest
Max Headroom1987TV SeriesHusband; September 25, 1987
Bates Motel1987TV MoviePastor
Police Story: The Freeway Killings1987TV MovieHostage

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#Fact
1Published an article on John Wayne in 1980 in Firehouse Magazine, establishing three distinct connections between the actor and the firefighting profession: (1) While in high school in Glendale, CA., he'd leave his dog Duke at the local fire station while he delivered his paper route. The firemen nicknamed him "Duke" after the dog. It stuck to him the rest of his life. (2) In 1964 while filming "Circus World" a stunt fire suddenly raged out of control and almost cost him his life. (3) In the l968 film "Hellfighters" he played a role based on real life firefighter Red Adair.
2He and his wife Brenda appear in Orlin Corey's 1990 book "An Odyssey of Masquers: The Everyman Players" which chronicles the 24-year history of that touring company; they toured with it for two of those years.
3In the 60s published a series of articles on professional wrestlers in various wrestling magazines of the day. Specializing in the bad guys of the genre, he wrote stories on such rough-and-tumble characters as Corsica Joe, Tojo Yamamoto, Treacherous Phillips and Spider Galento along with Spider's brother Mario and Mario's wife Smoky plus two National Wrestling Alliance world heavyweight champions of that era: Lou Thesz and Gene Kiniski.
4Taught two undergraduate courses in oral interpretation while at MSU.
5Did graduate studies in theatre at Memphis State University.
6Earned a B.A. in journalism and theatre from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss).
7Served as president of Student Government Association at NEMJC.
8Earned an A.A. in liberal arts from Northeast Mississippi Junior College in his native Booneville.
9Graduated from Booneville High School where he appeared in four plays.
10Grew up in Booneville, Mississippi, thirty miles from Tupelo, the birthplace of Elvis Presley, sixty miles from Oxford, the long-time residence of author William Faulkner.
11In the 80s published interviews with Drama-Logue of Hollywood on celebrities ranging from Steve Allen to Oprah Winfrey, including two living legends of that era: actress Lillian Gish and director Rouben Mamoulian.
12Rode in a limo from LAX to the Beverly Wilshire Hotel with Oprah Winfrey when she was in town to promote "The Color Purple". They discussed, among other things, growing up in Mississippi, he in Booneville, she in Kosciusko--about 130 miles apart.
13Wrote Drama-Logue articles on four Screen Actors Guild presidents during the 80s: past presidents Howard Keel and Dennis Weaver, future president Melissa Gilbert and the current president at that time Ed Asner, plus an article on Gilbert's future husband Bruce Boxleitner when he was starring in "Scarecrow and Mrs. King".
14Wed on February 29, 1972, they observe their anniversary every four years; on their "fifth" anniversary--celebrating 20 years of marriage--they threw themselves a Hollywood party catered by Aunt Kizzy's Back Porch.
15Married actress Brenda Musgrove; they met in the Red Balloon Players when they portrayed brother and sister in an original play, "The Dippy Witches".
16Bought their first house in 1978 in Los Angeles adjacent to Hancock Park where they settled in with loads of critters. At one time they had a total of 14: 3 dogs, 4 cats, 1 rabbit, 2 guinea pigs, 2 ducks, 2 parakeets. Once on a trip to the pet store for food supplies the checkout clerk said, "Geez, you folks must have your own zoo!".
17Met Muhammad Ali who lived in Hancock Park at that time about 3:00 am at a 24-hour gas station. Gary remarked, "You getting ready to fight for the title again?" Ali replied, "No, I'm too old." Gary said, "What about that saying you're only as old as you feel?" Ali shot back, "That makes me 90 then.".
18Missed meeting actor Gerald McRaney at Ole Miss by only a few weeks. McRaney left school at the end of one semester, Gary transferred in at the start of the next semester. They discovered this when Gary wrote an article for Drama-Logue in 1983 on McRaney as the star of "Simon & Simon"; 23 years later Gary worked with Delta Burke, McRaney's wife, in the play "Southern Baptist Sissies" at Hollywood's Zephyr Theatre.


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