A popular supporting player whose background performances in such films as MASH (1970) and Westworld (1973) always lent the films that extra personal dimension, actor Thomas V. Falk was active in film and television from the early '60s to the late '70s. A Brooklyn native who discovered his love for acting early in life, it wasn't until later that Falk would discover that he was equally gifted as a writer as well. Putting ink to paper for nearly three decades, Falk penned numerous film and television scripts before segueing into a career as an art director for television commercials. On August 23, 2003, Thomas V. Falk died of natural causes in Woodland Hills, CA. He was 65.