Sunday, March 7, 2010

RIP Sandy Kenyon

Sandy Kenyon

August 05, 1922 - February 20, 2010

Born 87 years ago in New York, Sandy Kenyon passed away peacefully at his
home on February 20, 2010. After serving as a pilot in the Army Air Corp in
WWII, Sandy moved back to New York to pursue his career in acting, finally
moving to Los Angeles in the 1950's.

Sandy will always be remembered for his passion as an actor and director. He
will live on forever in the memories of his family and friends, his theater
company and the hundreds of movies, television programs and stage plays he
was a part of.

Sandy was predeceased by his beloved wife, Charlotte Blaugrund Kenyon. He is
survived by his step-daughter, Janie Short and her children, Ben & Lindsey
of Fort Smith, AR., and his step-son Stewart Given and his wife, Susan
Levitt Given of Santa Monica. Memorial services will be a family gathering
at sea.


KENYON, Sandy (Sanford Klein)
Born: 8/5/1922, The Bronx, New York, U.S.A.
Died: 2/20/2010, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Sandy Kenyon's westerns – actor:
Yancy Derringer (TV) – 1958 (Willy Nilly)
Gunsmoke (TV) – 1958, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1968 (Green, Ak, Docker, Bennings, Catlin)
Rawhide (TV) – 1959 (dry grocer)
Colt .45 (TV) – 1959
Riverboat (TV) – 1959, 1960 (Jeb Grant, Abraham Lincoln)
The Rifleman (TV) – 1960 (Jim Profit)
Have Gun – Will Travel (TV) – 1960, 1963 (Rio Jones, Graton Gudry, Jeb)
Gunslinger (TV) – 1961 (Willoughby)
The Tall Man (TV) – 1961 (Ben Naylack)
The Wide Country (TV) – 1962 (Walt)
The Travels of Jamie McPheeters (TV) – 1963-1964 (Shep Baggott)
The Virginian (TV) – 1963, 1967, 1968, 1970 (professor, Bert Robinson, Ben Robbins, Rafe Ogden)
Bonanza (TV) – 1964, 1970 (Charlie Gibson, Eliah Meek)
The Wild Wild West (TV) – 1965 (Hugo)
A Man Caled Shenandoah (TV) – 1966 (Matthew Crawson)
Nevada Smith – 1966 (bank clerk)
Something for a Lonely Man (TV) – 1968 (Bleeck)
Kung Fu (TV) – 1973 (sheriff)
Dusty's Trail (TV) – 1974 (loudmouth)
Rancho Deluxe – 1975 (Skinny Face)
Barbary Coast (TV) – 1975 (Sorensen)

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