Keith Andes

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Keith Andes
Birth name John Charles Andes
Born July 12, 1920 in Ocean City, New Jersey, USA
Died November 11, 2005 in Canyon County, California, USA from suicide by asphyxiation
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes



Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
This Man Dawson Frank Dawson 1959–1960 1
Glynis Keith Granville 1963 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Have Gun - Will Travel Franz Lister 5x09 - The Piano November 11, 1961
Follow the Sun 1x25 - Marine of the Month March 4, 1962
The Rifleman Renolds 4x23 - The Debt March 5, 1962
Perry Mason Dave Weaver 6x26 - The Case of the Skeleton's Closet May 2, 1963
77 Sunset Strip Frank Cassel 6x18 - The Target January 24, 1964
Perry Mason Dr.Jesse Young 7x25 - The Case of the Illicit Illusion April 9, 1964
The Outer Limits (1963) Dr. Peter Wayne 2x04 - Expanding Human October 10, 1964
Branded Roy Harris 1x16 - Price of a Name May 23, 1965
Run for Your Life Martin Shawe 1x07 - Where Mystery Begins October 29, 1965
Daniel Boone Ben Moore 3x16 - The Williamsburg Cannon (1) January 12, 1967
Daniel Boone Ben Moore 3x17 - The Williamsburg Cannon (2) January 19, 1967
Star Trek: The Original Series Akuta 2x05 - The Apple October 13, 1967
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors 2x02 - Killer on the Loose October 11, 1970
Cannon Mr. Glen 1x20 - A Deadly Quiet Town February 15, 1972
The Streets of San Francisco Colonel Frawley 1x15 - Act of Duty January 18, 1973
Cannon A.R. Benning 2x17 - Moving Target January 31, 1973
Gunsmoke Starcourt 19x03 - Matt's Love Story September 24, 1973
Cannon Len Francisco 3x12 - Trial by Terror November 21, 1973
Cannon Kermit Matthews 4x20 - The Investigator February 26, 1975
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Darius 1x22 - Buck's Duel to the Death March 20, 1980


Father of musician Mark Andes, who performed in the bands Spirit, Jo Jo Gunne, Firefall and Heart. While Mark was a member of Spirit, he wrote the song "Straight Arrow" about his dad, who played heroic characters in TV and B-movies. The song appears on Spirit's first album.