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Buck Taylor
BuckTaylorApr2011.jpg
Born
Walter Clarence Taylor, III

(1938-05-13) May 13, 1938 (age 82)
OccupationActor
Years active1961–present
Spouse(s)Judy Ann Nugent (1961–1983) (divorced)
Goldie Ann Taylor (1995–present)
Websitehttp://www.bucktaylor.com/

Walter Clarence "Buck" Taylor, III (born May 13, 1938) is an American actor and artist, best known for his role as gunsmith-turned-deputy Newly O'Brien in the CBS television series Gunsmoke. He is the son of Florence Gertrude Heffernan and character actor Dub Taylor. [1] Taylor graduated from North Hollywood High School, where he became a talented gymnast. Actor Guinn "Big Boy" Williams sponsored him to go to the U.S. Olympic Trials as a gymnast, but he failed to qualify for the 1960 Olympics.[2] He served two years in the United States Navy.[3]

His first important acting role was as Trooper Shattuck in the 1961 Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre episode "Image of a Drawn Sword". Other early roles were in a 1964 episode of The Outer Limits entitled "Don’t Open Till Doomsday", and as John Bradford (Brad) in four episodes of the 1966 ABC Western series The Monroes.[4]

Gunsmoke

From 1967 to 1975, Taylor played Newly O'Brien in the television series Gunsmoke.[5] The character came to Dodge City as a gunsmith, and later became a deputy marshal. He reprised his role in the 1987 television movie Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge,[6] where he played the city's marshal.

In 1981, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum inducted Taylor into the Cowboy Hall of Fame, and awarded him the Trustee Award for his performance on Gunsmoke.[7]`

Artwork

Taylor attended the Chouinard Art Institute, and has been selling his watercolor and acrylic paintings of cowboys, Native Americans, and horses since 1993.[8] Many of his paintings are of characters and scenes from movies and television series in which he has appeared. These images are made into prints, which are sold in various sizes.[9] He is the official artist for many rodeos and state fairs, and creates their promotional posters.[10]

Filmology

Film

Television

1964 Bonanza The Hostage Billy

Year Title Role Notes
1966 The Monroes John "Brad" Bradford 4 episodes
1967–1975 Gunsmoke Newly O'Brien
1985 General Hospital Ralph Russell
1985 Crazy Like a Fox Blake
2018–2020 Yellowstone Emmett Walsh

References

  1. ^ Dub Taylor, 87, Actor in Westerns, The New York Times, October 5, 1994, Section B, Page 12
  2. ^ Artist and Actor Finds Inspiration for Art from Work on Western Films, American Cowboy, September - October, 1995, Pages 23 and 30
  3. ^ At Home with Walter Clarence "Buck" Taylor III at americancowboy.com. Retrieved August 21, 2020.
  4. ^ Brooks, Tim and Marsh, Earle, The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946 - Present, pages 679 to 680, Ballentine Books, 1999
  5. ^ Brooks, Tim and Marsh, Earle, The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946 - Present, pages 413 to 414, Ballentine Books, 1999
  6. ^ Maltin, Leonard, Leonard Maltin's TV Movies and Video Guide, 1991 Edition, Plume, 1990
  7. ^ Meetings, The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. 100, No. 1, July, 1996, Page 94
  8. ^ Meetings, The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. 100, No. 1, July, 1996, page 94
  9. ^ Artist and Actor Finds Inspiration for Art from Work on Western Films, American Cowboy, September - October 1995, Pages 23 and 30
  10. ^ Bell, Kathy, The Life of Buck Taylor, Daily Globe, December 2, 2019
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