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Lawrence Montaigne

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Lawrence Montaigne
Born(1931-02-26)February 26, 1931
DiedMarch 17, 2017(2017-03-17) (aged 86)
Alma materNorth Texas State 1986
Years active1953–2007
Spouse(s)Patricia Montaigne[1]

Lawrence Montaigne (February 26, 1931 – March 17, 2017) was an American actor, writer, dancer, and stuntman.[2] As an actor, he was known for his appearances on many 1960s-era television shows.[2]

Life and career

Born in New York, but later raised in Rome, Italy, Montaigne spoke several languages - a skill he used to his advantage in securing roles in international productions. He served in the United States Marine Corps and was only one platoon apart in the Parris Island boot camp from his future friend Steve McQueen.[3]

He appeared in the role of Dr. Chauncy Hartlund in the 1965 Perry Mason episode, "The Case of the Carefree Coronary." In 1966, Montaigne portrayed the Romulan Decius in the Star Trek episode "Balance of Terror"; he had nearly been cast as Mr Spock when it was possible that Leonard Nimoy would appear on Mission Impossible.[4] A year later, he portrayed the Vulcan Stonn, the paramour of Spock's intended bride T'Pring, in the episode "Amok Time"—a role that he reprised in 2006 in the unofficial mini-series Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.

Additionally, he guest-starred on Batman, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., Blue Light, Mission: Impossible, The Time Tunnel, The Invaders, Perry Mason, McCloud, Hogan's Heroes, Bonanza and The Feather and Father Gang.

His motion picture appearances include roles in The Great Escape (1963),[2] Captain Sindbad (1963), Tobruk (1967), The Power (1968), The Psycho Lover (1970), Escape to Witch Mountain (1975),[2] Framed (1975), Young Lady Chatterley (1977),[2] Deadly Blessing (1981)[2] and Dakota (1988).[2] During the 1980s, Montaigne taught film at North Texas State University.

For some years, Montaigne lived in Las Vegas, Nevada, and translated medical texts for a publishing firm. In 2007, Montaigne voiced a guest-starring role in the pilot episode of the web series Star Trek: The Continuing Mission.

Montaigne died on March 17, 2017, at the age of 86.[5]


Year Title Role Notes
1953 The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms Soldier Uncredited
1953 The Band Wagon Minor Role Uncredited
1959 Amud Ha'Esh David
1960 Rapina al quartiere Ovest
1960 Mobby Jackson
1961 The Mongols Prince Stefan's ally
1961 The Italian Brigands O Prevete
1962 Damon and Pythias Flute Player
1963 Captain Sindbad Jafar
1963 The Great Escape Haynes, "Diversions"
1964 Combat! Sgt. Koch Episode: A Rare Vintage
1965 The Satan Bug Officer at Radar Tracking Station Uncredited
1965 Perry Mason Dr. Chauncy Hartlund Episode: "The Case of the Carefree Coronary"
1965 Synanon The Greek
1966-1967 Star Trek Decius / Stonn 2 episodes
1967 Tobruk Italian Officer
1968 The Power Briggs
1969 Topaz Russian Agent #2 Uncredited
1970 The Psycho Lover Kenneth Alden
1971 Bearcats! Koster 1 episode
1972 Bonanza Sid Langley Episode: "Search in Limbo"
1975 Escape to Witch Mountain Ubermann
1975 Framed Deputy Allison
1977 Young Lady Chatterley Carl – Chauffeur
1980 Everything Happens to Me Military Sergeant
1981 Deadly Blessing Matthew Gluntz
1988 Dakota Mr. Diamond
2007 Star Trek: Of Gods and Men Stonn Fan-Made Web Film
2018 The Coolest Guy Movie Ever: Return to the Scene of The Great Escape Narrator Posthumous Release


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  2. ^ a b c d e f g "Lawrence Montaigne". The New York Times.
  3. ^ "New Page 1".
  4. ^ Ken Miller (8 August 2012). "The Man who would be Spock".
  5. ^ "Remembering Lawrence Montaigne, 1931–2017".

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