Classic TV & Movie Hits

Home | Show Pages | People Pages | Network Pages | DVD Reviews & Contests | Shop    

  Actor Page

[[Home] [Actor/Actress Index]


Picture Credit:

William Lundigan

Birth Date: June 12, 1914
Birth Place: Syracuse, New York, USA
Also Credited as: Larry Parker

Date of Death: December 20, 1975 / Age: 61
Location of Death: Duarte, California, USA
Cause of Death: lung and heart congestion

Biography: The athletic William Lundigan stood 6' 2" and weighed 170 pounds. He played football, basketball and tennis at Syracuse (NY) University. He was discovered by Charles R. Rogers, head of production at Universal Studios. Rogers happened to tune into radio station WFBL in Syracuse. He was so intrigued by a voice he heard reading a commercial that he gave instructions for the speaker to be located, brought to New York and tested for movie possibilities. The speaker, of course, was Lundigan. He had gotten the announcing job because his father owned the building that housed WBFL. Later in his career Lundigan was successful as the host of the CBS programs "Climax!" (1954) and "Shower of Stars" (1954). For these programs he delivered on-air commercials for their sponsor, Chrysler Motors. Off screen he traveled as a goodwill ambassador for the company, covering over 100,000 miles on the road and visiting 560,000 people in 90 weeks.

Biography Credit: IMDB

> TV Credits

Starring/Leading Roles

Climax / Climax Mystery Theater (1954) ... Himself/Host

Page is maintained by: No One! Want to do it?  

[ Back ] [ Cast Home ]




Privacy Statement | Disclaimer | Contact Us | Copyright -  All Rights Reserved.