Robert Casper

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Robert Casper
Birth name Robert Michael Casper
Born October 7, 1924 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Died March 7, 2020 in El Paso, Texas, USA
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards

Contents

Roles

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
General Electric Theater Prince Simon 8x30 - The Ugly Duckling May 1, 1960
Maverick Freddie Bongor 4x01 - The Bundle from Britain September 18, 1960
Perry Mason Charlie Nichols 4x15 - The Case of the Fickle Fortune January 21, 1961
Follow the Sun Sedley Bullfinch 1x23 - The Irresistible Miss Bullfinch February 18, 1962
Perry Mason Bruce Young 5x25 - The Case of the Angry Astronaut April 7, 1962
Dr. Kildare Purser 2x27 - Ship's Doctor April 18, 1963
Batman (1966) Train Clerk 3x22 - The Great Train Robbery (2) February 8, 1968
Mannix Decorator 2x24 - Merry Go Round for Murder April 5, 1969
Room 222 1x06 - First We'll Eat, Then We'll Strike October 22, 1969
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Anesthesiologist 1x20 - Hi! February 6, 1971
Bewitched Bonano 8x04 - Samantha's Not-So-Leaning Tower of Pisa October 6, 1971
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Rob 3x14 - Rhoda Morgenstern: Minneapolis to New York December 16, 1972
The Streets of San Francisco 2x20 - Inferno February 14, 1974
The Bob Newhart Show Judge Tanner 4x06 - Carol's Wedding October 18, 1975
Barnaby Jones proprietor 5x02 - Deadline for Dying October 14, 1976
Laverne & Shirley Max Gruber 3x14 - The Horse Show January 17, 1978
Quincy, M.E. Paul Anderson 4x09 - A Night to Raise the Dead December 7, 1978
Simon & Simon Perkins 2x13 - Pirate's Key (1) January 20, 1983
Little House on the Prairie Sherwood Montague 9x21 - Hello and Goodbye March 21, 1983
Murder, She Wrote Arthur Jasper 2x13 - Trial by Error January 12, 1986
Scarecrow and Mrs. King Leland Hutto 4x06 - Night Crawler October 31, 1986
Murder, She Wrote Dean Howard Cogden 6x10 - Class Act December 3, 1989

Made-for-TV Movies

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
Look Back to Yesterday Sherwood Montague December 12, 1983 Little House on the Prairie
The Last Farewell Sherwood Montague February 6, 1984 Little House on the Prairie

Awards

Trivia