This is a beta version of NNDB
Search: for

Gregg Palmer

Gregg PalmerAKA Palmer Edvind Lee

Born: 25-Jan-1927
Birthplace: San Francisco, CA
Died: 31-Oct-2015
Location of death: Encino, CA
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Rebel Set

Military service: US Army Air Corps (cryptographer, discharged 1946, Sgt.)

Wife: Ruth (m. 1967, d. 1999)

    Norwegian Ancestry

    The Blue and the Gray (14-Nov-1982)
    The Man with Bogart's Face (3-Oct-1980)
    Hot Lead and Cold Feet (5-Jul-1978)
    The Shootist (11-Aug-1976)
    The New Daughters of Joshua Cabe (29-May-1976)
    Big Jake (26-May-1971) · John Goodfellow
    The McKenzie Break (28-Oct-1970)
    Chisum (23-Jul-1970) · Karl Riker
    The Undefeated (7-Nov-1969) · Parker
    If He Hollers, Let Him Go! (9-Oct-1968)
    Billion Dollar Brain (20-Dec-1967) · 1st Dutch Businessman
    The Rare Breed (2-Feb-1966) · Rodenbush
    The Quick Gun (Apr-1964) · Donovan
    40 Pounds of Trouble (31-Dec-1962)
    Most Dangerous Man Alive (4-Jul-1961) · Lt. Fisher
    The Cat Burglar (Jul-1961)
    Gun Fight (1-May-1961) · Brad Santley
    Five Guns to Tombstone (28-Dec-1960) · Dixon
    The Rebel Set (28-Jun-1959)
    The Sad Horse (Mar-1959)
    Thundering Jets (May-1958)
    The Female Animal (22-Jan-1958)
    From Hell It Came (25-Aug-1957)
    Zombies of Mora Tau (Mar-1957) · Jeff Clark
    Revolt at Fort Laramie (Mar-1957) · Capt. James Tenslip
    Hilda Crane (2-May-1956)
    The Creature Walks Among Us (26-Apr-1956)
    To Hell and Back (Aug-1955)
    Magnificent Obsession (4-Aug-1954)
    Playgirl (21-Apr-1954)
    Taza, Son of Cochise (18-Feb-1954) · Capt. Burnett
    Veils of Bagdad (7-Oct-1953)
    The All American (23-Sep-1953)
    Column South (20-May-1953) · Chalmers
    It Happens Every Thursday (22-Apr-1953)
    The Redhead from Wyoming (2-Jan-1953)
    The Raiders (Nov-1952)
    Sally and Saint Anne (Jul-1952)
    Francis Goes to West Point (Jul-1952)
    Red Ball Express (24-May-1952)
    The Battle at Apache Pass (1952)
    That's My Boy (31-May-1951)

Do you know something we don't?
Submit a correction or make a comment about this profile

Copyright ©2019 Soylent Communications