William Boyett

William Boyett

  • Born on
    • January 3rd, 1927
  • Died on
    • December 20th, 2004
William Boyett was born on January 3, 1927 in Akron, Ohio, USA as Harry William Boyett. He is known for his work on Adam-12 (1968), Hôpital Central (1963) and Highway Patrol (1955). He was married to Joan Reynolds and Willagene Wither. He died on December 29, 2004 in Mission Hills, California, USA. Served in the Pacific with the US Navy during World War II. After university and service in the military, he was in various stage productions in New York City and Los Angeles before he started working in television and movies. Started acting on radio after winning a high school Shakespearean competition. Attended the University of Southern California. Born in Ohio, he was raised in Waco, Texas, before his family moved to Los Angeles in the early 1940s. Children: Suzy and Kevin. In the early 1950s, William Boyett was a weather forecaster (weatherman) on KCEN-TV Channel 6 in Waco-Temple TX.

Starring William Boyett on Plex


Acting (19 Credits)

1995Theodore Rex as Desk Sergeant
1994Girls in Prison as Dr. Shainmark
1992Newsies as Judge Movealong Monahan
1991Strays as Dr. Lyle Sokol
1991The Rocketeer as Government Liaison
1987The Hidden as Jonathan Miller
1986The Deliberate Stranger as Aspen Detective
1983Space Raiders as Taggert
1981Bloody Birthday
1979When a Stranger Calls as Sgt. Sacker (as Bill Boyett)
1970Airport as Jack Ingram (uncredited)
1969Sam Whiskey as Corporal
1968Adam-12 as Sergeant MacDonald
1957Until They Sail as US Marine (uncredited)
1956Somebody Up There Likes Me as Military Policeman (uncredited)
1956Forbidden Planet as Crewman (uncredited)
1954Private Hell 36 as Stimson (uncredited)
1954Shield for Murder
1954Dragnet as Grand Jury Bailiff (uncredited)

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