Mark Goddard

Mark Goddard ( born July 24, 1936 in Lowell, Massachusetts; actually Charles Goddard ) is an American actor.


Goddard dropped out of college to study in Manhattan at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts Acting. He then moved to Los Angeles to work in Hollywood as an actor. He quickly received a first guest role on the television series Johnny Ringo. The following year, he received a series of starring roles in No case for the FBI on the side of Robert Taylor, which he played until 1962 in 65 episodes. In the following years he had more guest roles in series such as West of Santa Fe, Gunsmoke and The Men from Shiloh Ranch.

In 1964, he received a series starring role in Many Happy Returns, but of which only one season was produced. He was subsequently a major role in the series Lost between alien worlds, which was produced 1965-1968, and by which he was known in the U.S. nationwide. In the 1970s and 1980s, Goddard played guest roles in other series such as Quincy, A Fall Guy and Jake McCabe - Through thick and thin. Between 1984 and 1986, he starred in the soap opera General Hospital, more recurring roles he had in the soap operas Love, lies, passion and The Doctors.

Between 1977 and 1978 he played 233 performances on Broadway in the musicals directed by Martin Scorsese The Act on the side of Liza Minnelli and Barry Nelson. In 1998 he had a cameo in the remake of Lost in Space, in which he played the manager of Major Don West, his former role.

Goddard is married his third wife and has two children. He took decades after the crash his college degree with a Master of Education in accordance with and then worked as a teacher at a school in Massachusetts.

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