Contact Us | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Copyright, Celebrities Interesting Facts By Nationality, Celebrities Interesting Facts By Profession. Toni is the daughter of Mary Ann Hutchinson, whom Alex never married, and Wayne was the product of his first marriage. Alex Cord as Michael Coldsmith Briggs III. Cord also is known to science fiction enthusiasts for having portrayed Dylan Hunt in the failed 1973 television pilot Genesis II, which was created by Gene Roddenberry. [4] Cord attended New York University in New York City and the American Shakespeare Theatre at Stratford, Connecticut.[3]. Susannah Moller 1840 Susannah Moller, born Circa 1840 . He briefly enjoyed a leading man status on the big and small screen during the 1960s and 1970s, and starred or co-starred in mostly crime dramas, action films, and westerns. She was a longtime contributor to online global publication, Horses For LIFE Magazine, with her popular column, Riding By Torchlight. Cord and Fuller often make appearances at western film festivals highlighting their continuing mutual interest in "The Spirit of the Cowboy. Alex was invited to spend time with Elvis Presley after Elvis saw his performance in the movie "Synanon. Susannah Moller Alternative Name: Susannah Moller Build: Athletic Hair Color: Brown - Dark Sexuality: Straight Ethnicity: White Nationality: American University: Speciss College 1988 – 1990 Occupation Text In 1973, he played the role of Haynes in "The Night of the Long Knives" on the ABC crime drama, The F.B.I., starring Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. Select the department you want to search in. The older son is the vindictive Carl Sanford, played by Jason Evers. Susannah Cord was raised in Denmark, Kenya and Zimbabwe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jh2ryFmkyg8, http://mediainterviews.wordpress.com/2014/12/17/part-one-exclusive-chat-with-airwolf-star-alex-cord-on-media-interviews/, http://www.amazon.com/The-Alex-Cord-Reader-Airwolf-ebook/dp/B00JNELGMA/ref=pd_rhf_sc_p_tnr_2#reader_B00JNELGMA, https://airwolf.fandom.com/wiki/Alex_Cord?oldid=7551. Cord is among a handful of actors to appear on both the original and revival versions of CBS's Mission: Impossible. We would like to express to you our deepest thanks for your contribution. [1], Born to an Italian family in Floral Park, New York,[2] Cord was stricken with polio at the age of 12. Susannah Cord was raised in Denmark, Kenya and Zimbabwe. Between 1973 and 1976, he appeared in four episodes of NBC's Police Story. According to our records, Alex Cord is possibly single. In July 1960, Cord (billed under his real name) acted in a production of The Curious Savage in Canal Fulton, Ohio. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. About This Site. [9] In 1977, he starred as the title character in the epic western Grayeagle.[6]. "[10], "A NEW FILM ACTOR Alex Cord Gets 'Synanon' Lead After Life of Labor", "The Man Who Dared to Fill John Wayne's Boots", "Alex Cord on remaking a classic: 'Stagecoach, "Delania Trigg, "Celebrities make North Texas their home, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Alex_Cord&oldid=984182167, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Michael Tiffin / Rick Decatur / Jack / Raymond, Episode: "If Your Grandmother Had Wheels", Segment: "Keep in Touch - We'll Think of Something", Officer Jackson Holt / William Allen / Bill Stryker - The Cowboy / Scully, Paul Horner / Ra-Mas / Captain Juan Arguello / Kyle Mason / Robert West, Episode: "The Richer They Are the Harder They Fall", Episode: "Andrew Jackson: A Man for the People", Award of the London Critics Circle, nominee for Best Actor, This page was last edited on 18 October 2020, at 17:48. Alex being Interviewed About his life after Airwolf. 12 Entry and Texas First Realty sign on West side of 2071. A tranquil artists retreat, a pond and creek on 29 + acres. In 1965, Cord was cast as Jed Colbee in the episode "Survival" of Branded, starring Chuck Connors as a United States Army officer trying to clear his name of a false accusation of cowardice. Cord is also known to science fiction enthusiasts for having portrayed Dylan Hunt in the failed 1973 television pilot, Genesis II, which was created by Gene Roddenberry. Alex spends much of his time writing and running his own Facebook page. They had 4 children: Lena Moller and 3 other children. In 1974, Cord worked twice with Diana Muldaur: as a guest-star on her weekly NBC series Born Free and as her love interest in the motion picture Chosen Survivors, an apocalyptic horror film that acquired a cult status in subsequent years. Age old. Alex Cord also starred as Michael Coldsmith-Briggs III also called Archangel in the Airwolf TV series. BOOKS, BLOGS, ARTICLES. In 1964, he played the part of Sam in the episode "If Your Grandmother Had Wheels" of East Side/West Side, starring George C. Scott. Alex is a strong advocate of animal rights. Follow to get new release updates and improved recommendations. Cord appeared in the 1962 film The Chapman Report, directed by George Cukor. Cord had three children, daughter Toni Aluisa, son Wayne Viespi and Damien Zachary Cord. ALEX CORD, actor/writer/horseman and his wife, SUSANNAH CORD, author and classical horsemanship trainer are selling their unique North Texas ranch. A separate sewer facility and hot water heater... From Gainesville, Tx, take FM 2071 South aprox 6 miles to Quail Run Ranch. Susannah Cord is a American Author, Horsewoman, Aspiring Nature Photographer, who was born on in Birth Place not known. In 1979 and 1981, he appeared twice on The Love Boat. In 1972, he appeared as Pete Brown in the episode "The Sodbusters" of the long-running CBS western, Gunsmoke. Fuller and his second wife, Jessica Savidge, did relocate to Cooke County in 2004.

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