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Terry Frost (actor)

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Terry Frost (October 26, 1906 – March 1, 1993) was an American actor who appeared in dozens of Western films during the 1940s and 1950s.


Frost was born in Bemidji, Minnesota.

Before he became an actor, he spent six years working as a cowboy, jack-of-all-trades, lumberjack, miner, and salesman across the United States.[1]

Frost began his entertainment career in vaudeville in 1929.[1] In 1941, his film career began when he portrayed Sam Emery in Law of the Range.[2] He spent the 1940s and 1950s appearing in dozens of B-movie westerns for the studios Monogram and PRC, including roles in The Maverick, Outlaws of Texas, The Girl from Monterey, and Desert Legion.

During the 1950s Frost was heavily involved with television. He appeared often in series TV, with feature roles on many, such as I Led 3 Lives, Waterfront, Boston Blackie, and Mr. District Attorney, and a recurring role as Sergeant Morris in Highway Patrol. Frost appeared in almost every Western series ever produced, including The Gene Autry Show, Gunsmoke, Rawhide, Cheyenne (as Dan Naylor in the 1957 episode "Top Hand"), Annie Oakley, and The Lone Ranger.

During the 1960s, his acting career slowed considerably, with his last film appearance in Magnifico extranjero, El in 1967.[citation needed] During this period he taught drama at Patricia Stevens Career Colleges in Pasadena and Los Angeles, authored a text on the art of acting, "Actors Only,"[3][1] and worked in regional theater throughout the United States.[citation needed] He also worked in public relations for a travel company.[1]

Frost visited every continent, proclaiming New Zealand the most beautiful place on Earth. Once retired, he became a popular guest speaker at various B-Western conventions in the United States and the British Isles, where he entertained the audiences with reminiscences about everyone from Johnny Mack Brown to Whip Wilson.

Frost died of a heart attack in Los Angeles, California.[citation needed]

Selected filmography


  1. ^ a b c d Graham, Harry (January 9, 1977). "'Frosty' Tips For Actor". Santa Ana Register. California, Santa Ana. p. Leisuretime 10. Retrieved November 2, 2018 – via open access
  2. ^ Reynolds, Jerry (April 10, 1993). "Terry Frost: King of the bad guys". The Signal. California, Santa Clarita. p. 9. Retrieved November 2, 2018 – via open access
  3. ^ Frost, Terry (1976). Actors only. ISBN 9780805923414.

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