Rick Jason

Lowest Rated: 0% Illegally Yours (1988)
Birthday: May 21, 1923
Birthplace: Not Available
Scion of a wealthy New York City family, Rick Jason managed to get himself expelled from eight different prep schools before finally graduating with acceptable grades from the Rhodes School. Following World War II service, Jason attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts on the GI Bill. He was discovered for the theatre by actor/director Hume Cronyn, who cast Jason as an Ecuadorian Indian in the brief Broadway production Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep. After making his movie bow in 1952's Sombrero, Jason could be seen in lightweight second-lead roles in such films as The Lieutenant Wore Skirts (1955) and The Wayward Bus (1957). In 1960, he was cast as a tuxedoed secret agent on the syndicated TV series The Case of the Dangerous Robin. Two years later, he signed up for a five-season hitch as Lt. Gil Hanley on the popular TV war drama Combat. For the first time in his life, Jason found himself subjected to the fan-magazine publicity glare, raising eyebrows by marrying three women during a period of 19 months! Rick Jason's post-Combat career hasn't been quite so remarkable, with appearances in such second-echelon features as Color Me Dead (1969) and The Witch Who Came From the Sea (1976).

Highest Rated Movies



0% Illegally Yours Freddie Boneflecker 1988
No Score Yet Partners Douglas 1982
No Score Yet Sodom and Gomorrah Actor 1979
78% The Witch Who Came from the Sea Billy Batt 1976
No Score Yet Day of the Wolves Wolf 1973
No Score Yet Eagles Attack at Dawn Beno 1970
No Score Yet Color Me Dead Bradley Taylor 1969
No Score Yet Sierra Baron Miguel Delmonte 1958
No Score Yet The Wayward Bus Johnny Chicoy 1957
No Score Yet The Lieutenant Wore Skirts Captain Barney Sloan 1956


No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Axel Weingard
  • 1988
No Score Yet Too Close for Comfort
Iris's Fiance
  • 1986
97% Moonlighting
J.B. Hartland
  • 1985
100% Wonder Woman (1976)
  • 1979
  • 1978
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
  • 1959
No Score Yet Rawhide
Manse Rivera
  • 1959


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