Bubba Smith

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Bubba Smith
Birth name Charles Aaron Smith
Born February 28, 1945 in Beaumont, Texas, USA
Died August 3, 2011 in Los Angeles, California, USA from natural causes
Sport(s) football
Team Affiliations Baltimore Colts,
Oakland Raiders,
Houston Oilers
Notable Events Played
Championships
Awards

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Open All Night Robin 1981–1982 1
Blue Thunder Lyman Kelsey 1984 1
Half Nelson Robin 1985 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
The Odd Couple Himself 3x22 - Take My Furniture, Please March 9, 1973
Wonder Woman Rojak 2x13 - Light-Fingered Lady January 6, 1978
Good Times Claude 6x04 - Florida's Homecoming (4) September 30, 1978
Good Times Claude 6x10 - The Witness December 9, 1978
Charlie's Angels Toby 3x15 - Counterfeit Angels January 24, 1979
The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo Rhino 1x03 - The Big Game October 9, 1979
B.J. and the Bear Danny's Henchman 2x18 - The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful February 16, 1980
The White Shadow Strong Man 2x21 - The Hitter March 4, 1980
Eight Is Enough Ned Naughton 5x03 - Jeremy November 5, 1980
Vega$ Peter Bridges 3x06 - A Deadly Victim December 3, 1980
Taxi Lucius Franklin 4x19 - Tony's Comeback March 4, 1982
Hart to Hart Jimmy Joe 4x16 - Bahama Bound Harts February 22, 1983
Mr. Belvedere Himself 3x20 - Separation May 1, 1987
Married... with Children Spare Tire Dixon 5x16 - All Night Security Dude February 24, 1991
Who's the Boss? Himself 8x08 - Death and Love (2) November 16, 1991
MacGyver Bailey 7x10 - Split Decision December 2, 1991
Coach Himself 5x07 - The Bachelor Party November 9, 1992
Family Matters Bones 5x05 - Money Out the Window October 22, 1993
Married... with Children Himself 9x10 - Dud Bowl November 13, 1994
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Policeman 1x15 - Hilda and Zelda: the Teenage Years January 31, 1997

Notable Film Roles

Film Role Released
Police Academy Moses Hightower March 23, 1984

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
Just Men! March 28-April 1, 1983