Vince Howard

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Vince Howard (July 21 1929 - July 18 2002) was an American actor who has made many guest appearances on television. He appeared as Pete Butler in 31 episodes of the 1960s high school drama Mr. Novak, and as Officer Vince Howard in 51 episodes of Emergency! (1972-78).

Other network shows in which he appeared at least twice include The Fugitive, The Wild Wild West, The Felony Squad, Bracken's World, My Three Sons, The Smith Family, Mod Squad, Mission: Impossible, Mannix, The F.B.I., Ironside, The Streets of San Francisco, Police Story, McCloud, The Six Million Dollar Man, The Incredible Hulk, The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, The Rockford Files, Barnaby Jones, Quincy, M.E., Cheers, Hunter and Murder, She Wrote. He also provided a voice on 13 episodes of the animated children’s series Foofur.

TV and Film appearances (partial list)[edit]

  • General Hospital (1963, TV Series) - Harve Johnston
  • Mr. Novak (1963-65, TV Series) - Pete Butler
  • Get Smart (1966, TV Series) - Policeman
  • Star Trek (1966) - Crewman
  • Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1965–1966, TV Series) - Photographer / Second Policeman
  • The Monkees (1966, TV Series) - Captain
  • The Time Tunnel (1967, TV Series) - Medic
  • Hotel (1967) - Tousaint (uncredited)
  • Dragnet 1967 (1967, TV Series) - Officer Bondi
  • The Fugitive (1967, TV Series) - Policeman / Brooks
  • The Reluctant Astronaut (1967) - Technician (uncredited)
  • The Invaders (1967, TV Series) - Frank
  • I Dream of Jeannie (1966–1967, TV Series) - Conway / Journalist
  • Bewitched (1967, TV Series) - Museum Guard
  • The Wild Wild West (1967–1968, TV Series) - Bartender / Ralph Kleed
  • I Love You, Alice B. Toklas (1968) - 2nd Patrolman
  • Finian's Rainbow (1968) - Geologist #1 (uncredited)
  • Family Affair (1968, TV Series) - Mr. Rogers
  • Hawaii Five-O (1969, TV Series) - Bailiff
  • Julia (1969, TV Series) Romeo and Julia - Vince Howard
  • Where It's At (1969) - Ralph
  • Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came (1970) - M.P. #2
  • My Three Sons (1968-1971, TV Series) - Cabbie / Wendell Walters / Police Officer
  • The Barefoot Executive (1971) - Policeman #3
  • Here's Lucy (1969–1971, TV Series) - Policeman
  • The Smith Family (1971–1972, TV Series) - Ed Thomas
  • Fuzz (1972) - Patrolman Marshall
  • The Man (1972) - Congressman Eckworth
  • Trouble Man (1972) - Preston
  • Mission: Impossible (1968–1972, TV Series) - Patrolman Frank Dagget / Lt. Don Eckhart / Max Davis
  • Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1975, TV Series) - Policeman
  • The Streets of San Francisco (1974–1976, TV Series) - Charlie Johnson / Stan
  • Ellery Queen (1976, TV Series) - Charlie the bartender
  • Emergency! (1972–1978, TV Series) - Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff Vince Howard
  • The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (1978, TV Series) - Officer Rogers / Lieutenant
  • The Rockford Files (1974–1979) - Transit Cop / Billy Mayhue / Kleinschmidt / Police officer dealing with vending machines / Patrolman
  • Barnaby Jones (1973, 1975, TV Series) - Lt. Joe Taylor, 4 episodes
  • Fantasy Island (1981, TV Series) - The Teller
  • Quincy, M.E. (1977–1983, TV Series) - Judge James Parker / Dr. Shiner / Sgt. Kramer / Hardee
  • Hill Street Blues (1984, TV Series) - Mr. Johnson
  • Moving Violations (1985) - Jeff's Father
  • Dallas (1987, TV Series)
  • Lethal Weapon 3 (1992) - Preacher
  • Murder, She Wrote (1984–1994, TV Series) - College Professor / (Real) Dr. Swope / Projectionist / Blanton / Second Guard

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