Chuck Courtney

Highest Rated: 100% El Dorado (1967)
Birthday: Jul 23, 1930
Birthplace: Not Available
The son of a wardrobe woman at Columbia Pictures, handsome blond Chuck Courtney (born Charles T. Courtney Jr.) is perhaps best known for playing the recurring role of Dan Reid in 14 episodes of the popular The Lone Ranger television series. Courtney was also something of a favorite with veteran low-budget director William Beaudine, who starred him in such fare as Born to the Saddle (1953), an independently produced action melodrama that defied the era's insidious blacklist by also employing Karen Morley, and the terrible Billy the Kid Vs. Dracula (1966). Courtney and John Carradine played the title roles and both were horrendously wasted. Switching from acting to stunt supervising, Courtney later received the coveted Golden Boot Award. Despondent over a lingering and debilitating illness, Chuck Courtney committed suicide in his North Hollywood home. Sons Dustin Courtney and Lincoln Simonds both became stunt men.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Rich Girl 1st Policeman 1991
No Score Yet Peacemaker Patrolman 1990
52% Pet Sematary Bill Baterman 1989
No Score Yet Assassin Corridor agent 1986
30% The Gumball Rally Motorcycle Rider 1976
24% The Food of the Gods Davis 1976
No Score Yet Murph the Surf Producer 1975
No Score Yet Santee Actor 1974
75% The Cowboys Rustler 1972
68% Rio Lobo Whitey's henchman 1971
100% El Dorado Jared MacDonald 1967
No Score Yet Billy the Kid vs. Dracula William 'Billy the Kid' Bonney 1966
64% Man's Favorite Sport? Actor 1964
96% Spartacus Soldier 1960
82% Some Came Running Hotel clerk 1959
83% The Lineup Boy 1958
No Score Yet Teenage Monster Marv Howell 1958
88% Friendly Persuasion Reb Courier 1956
No Score Yet At Gunpoint (Gunpoint!) Horseman 1955
100% The Long Gray Line Whitney Larson 1955
No Score Yet Born to the Saddle Bill Walton 1953
No Score Yet It Grows on Trees Paper Man 1952


No Score Yet The Fugitive
  • 1966
No Score Yet The Lone Ranger
Dan Reid
  • 1955
  • 1954


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