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Ward Costello

Highest Rated: 45% Return From Witch Mountain (1978)

Lowest Rated: 45% Return From Witch Mountain (1978)

Birthday: Jul 5, 1919

Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts, USA

A World War II veteran of both the U.S. Army and the British RAF, actor Ward Costello performed in supporting parts on several mid-20th-century TV series ("Alfred Hitchcock Presents"). It wasn't until the 1970s that he found his first recurring TV role in the crime drama "The Streets of San Francisco," opposite Michael Douglas. Costello's most significant big-screen parts came as Gen. George C. Marshall in the Gregory Peck vehicle "MacArthur" and as a congressman in the 1982 political drama "Missing." Shortly before his retirement in 1989, he had a recurring role as Admiral Gregory Quinn in episodes of "Star Trek: The Next Generation."

Highest rated movies

Return From Witch Mountain



No Score Yet 27% Nitti: The Enforcer Unknown (Character) - 1988
No Score Yet No Score Yet Goldengirl Cobb (Character) - 1979
45% 39% Return From Witch Mountain Mr. Clearcole (Character) - 1978
No Score Yet 0% Code Name: Diamond Head Captain Macintosh (Character) - 1977
No Score Yet 29% The City Captain Lloyd Bryant (Character) - 1977
No Score Yet No Score Yet Collision Course Gen. George Marshall (Character) - 1976
No Score Yet No Score Yet Law of the Land E.J. Barnes (Character) - 1976
No Score Yet 62% The Gallant Hours Capt. Harry Black (Character) - 1960
No Score Yet 0% Terror From the Year 5000 Dr. Robert Hedges (Character) - 1958


No Score Yet No Score Yet Newhart Unknown (Guest Star) 1989
92% 89% Star Trek: The Next Generation Adm. Gregory Quinn (Guest Star) 1988
No Score Yet 92% Little House on the Prairie Jeremy Unger (Guest Star) 1980
No Score Yet No Score Yet Barnaby Jones Unknown (Guest Star) 1976 1978
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Streets of San Francisco Capt. Roy Devitt (Guest Star) 1976-1977
No Score Yet 98% Alfred Hitchcock Presents Unknown (Character) 1958
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Alcoa Hour Charlie (Character) 1957