Michael Callan

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Michael Callan
Birth name Martin Calinieff
Born November 22, 1935 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Occasional Wife Peter Christopher 1966–1967 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Dr. Kildare Charles Devereaux 3x26 - Quid Pro Quo March 26, 1964
Twelve O'Clock High Sergeant Driscoll 1x13 - The Suspected December 18, 1964
The F.B.I. Charlie Hunter 1x20 - Quantico January 30, 1966
Twelve O'Clock High Captain Powell 2x25 - Decoy March 7, 1966
The F.B.I. 3x17 - Ring of Steel February 4, 1968
The Felony Squad Tycer Edwards 2x20 - The Love Victim February 5, 1968
The F.B.I. Harry Springer 5x06 - Gamble with Death October 19, 1969
That Girl Bobby Miller 4x10 - Fix My Screen and Bug Out November 20, 1969
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Chuck Pelligrini 1x23 - Smokey the Bear Wants You February 27, 1971
Ironside William Eller 5x10 - The Good Samaritan November 23, 1971
The F.B.I. 8x14 - The Outcast December 17, 1972
McMillan & Wife Tommy Brown 4x05 - Night Train to L.A. January 19, 1975
Barnaby Jones Tim Darnell 3x22 - Poisoned Pigeon March 25, 1975
Charlie's Angels Cass Harper 1x17 - The Vegas Connection February 9, 1977
Quincy, M.E. Farrell 2x05 - The Two Sides of Truth February 25, 1977
The Bionic Woman John Bernard 3x08 - Brain Wash November 12, 1977
Charlie's Angels Darian Mason 5x12 - Chorus Line Angels February 21, 1981
The Fall Guy Montana 4x05 - Terror U. October 17, 1984
T.J. Hooker Father Terry Connors 4x18 - Sanctuary March 2, 1985
Knight Rider Victor Gavin 4x20 - Fright Knight March 7, 1986
Murder, She Wrote Carl Anglin 3x22 - Murder, She Spoke May 10, 1987
Murder, She Wrote Sgt. Nash 5x01 - J.B. as in Jailbird October 23, 1988
Murder, She Wrote Bart Mahoney 6x12 - Good-Bye Charlie January 7, 1990
Murder, She Wrote Phillip Sparling 11x07 - Fatal Paradise November 13, 1994

Awards and Accolades

Golden Globe Awards

(1 Win in 2 Nominations)

  • Won: Most Promising Newcomer - Male (1961)