Brad Raymond Trumbull
November 25, 1924
|Died||November 25, 1994 (aged 70)|
Canoga Park, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Film, stage and television actor|
Brad Raymond Trumbull (November 25, 1924 – November 25, 1994) was an American film and television actor. He was known for playing the role of "Brody" in the American crime drama television series The Lawless Years.
Trumbull studied at the Pasadena Playhouse, later graduating in 1950. After that, he then served in World War II. Trumbull began his career in 1952, as appearing in the television series Gang Busters. He guest-starred in television programs, including, Gunsmoke, One Day at a Time, Diff'rent Strokes, M*A*S*H, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Mister Ed, The Golden Girls, Tales of Wells Fargo, The Andy Griffith Show, Mannix, The Doris Day Show and Highway Patrol. Trumbull also appeared in over ninety episodes of the variety television series The Carol Burnett Show.
In his stage career, Trumbull co-starred with actress, Cathy Browne, who played the role of feminity old-maid "Lizzie", in which her character is the daughter of the character "H.C. Curry" (Robert Cornthwaite). With his role in The Rainmaker, he played the role of the same name as the main title, but was also known as "Bill Starbuck". Trumbull played his co-starring part well. The play was shown at the Tustin Playbox, in which was written by N. Richard Nash and directed by William Schallert.