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Burr DeBenning

Born September 21, 1936 in Seminole, Oklahoma, U.S.
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Burr DeBenning (September 21, 1936 – May 26, 2003) was an American character actor, who has done work in both film and television. DeBenning appeared in nearly 100 films and TV shows during his career. His credits include the television films The House on Greenapple Road, Wolfen, The Incredible Melting Man, A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child, St. Ives, Cruising, and Love Field. He appeared in such television programs as Custer, Matlock, Matt Houston, Mike Hammer, Magnum, P.I., Matt Helm, Medical Center, McCloud, Columbo and Medical Story. Co-starred with Robert Wagner in City Beneath the Sea (1971). His character was called "Aquila" and had gills. Other guest appearance was in a war movie Beach Red (1967). DeBenning's last media appearance was a cameo in a music video for The Avalanches' hit song "Frontier Psychiatrist" in 2000. He died in California at age 66 from undisclosed causes.

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as "Lt. Sanderson"
Wolfen (1981)
as "ESS Voice (voice)"
as "Jim Grainger"
as "Growski"
as "Lt. Jim Porter"
as "Dr. Ted Nelson"
St. Ives (1976)
as "Officer Fran"
as "Ted Trevor"
J.C. (1972)
as "Dan Martin"
as "Peter Sargent Fennington"
as "Aguila"
as "Bill Foley"
as "Clem Batchman"
Beach Red (1967)
as "Pvt. Egan"
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