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  1. Theodore Crawford Cassidy (July 31, 1932 – January 16, 1979) was an American actor noted for his tall stature at 6 ft 9 in (206 cm) and his deep bass voice; he tended to play unusual characters in offbeat or science-fiction series such as Star Trek and I Dream of Jeannie, and may be best known for the role of Lurch on The Addams Family in the mid-1960s.

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  2. Ted Cassidy - Wikipedia

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    Theodore Crawford Cassidy (July 31, 1932 – January 16, 1979) was an American actor noted for his tall stature at 6 ft 9 in (206 cm) and his deep bass voice; he tended to play unusual characters in offbeat or science-fiction series such as Star Trek and I Dream of Jeannie, and may be best known for the role of Lurch on The Addams Family in the mid-1960s.

    Year
    Title
    Role
    Notes
    1959
    Martian
    Voice, uncredited
    1964–1966
    Lurch
    64 episodes
    1966
    Tullio
    Episode: "The Montori Device Affair"
    1966
    Slave
    Episode: "The Thief from Outer Space"
  3. Ted Cassidy - IMDb

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    Ted Cassidy was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Philippi, West Virginia. He was a well respected actor who portrayed many different characters during his film and television career. His most notable role was Lurch, the faithful butler on the television series The Addams Family (1964).

  4. Ted Cassidy - Biography - IMDb

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    Ted Cassidy was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Philippi, West Virginia. He was a well respected actor who portrayed many different characters during his film and television career. His most notable role was Lurch, the faithful butler on the television series The Addams Family (1964). His most memorable dialogue as Lurch would be, \\"You rang?\\", whenever someone summoned him. Due to his large size, (6ft. 9in.) he portrayed larger than life characters. His deep voice, was used for narrations and for dubbing certain character's voices. His acting career spanned three decades. Ted Cassidy died in 1979 from complications following open-heart surgery. His live-in girlfriend had his remains cremated, then buried in the backyard of their Woodland Hills home.

    Theodore Crawford \\"Ted\\" Cassidy was born on July 31, 1932 in Pittsburgh, PA, and raised in Philippi, WV. In his youth, Cassidy was academically gifted, beginning high school at an early age, and he was also on the basketball and football teams. Despite this, he was a frequent target of bullying by his much-older classmates, having already reached a height of 6'1\\". After graduation, Cassidy moved to attend West Virginia Wesleyan College, becoming an member of the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. He later attended Stetson University, where he was active in the student government and played basketball for the Stetson Hatters, averaging 17 points and 10 rebounds in three seasons (1952-55). In 1952, Cassidy became a member of the Ormond Beach, FL Live Saving Corp, and worked as a lifeguard in the Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach area.

    After graduating with a degree in speech and drama, he married Margaret Helen in 1956 and they moved to Dallas, TX. His acting career started when he worked as a mid-day disc jockey on WFAA-AM, and also occasionally appeared on WFAA-TV Channel 8, playing Creech, an outer space creature on the \\"Dialing for Dollars\\" segments of Ed Hogan's afternoon movies. (Incidentally, he gave an in-studio report from the WFAA radio station on the day that John F. Kennedy was assassinated, and was among the first to interview eyewitnesses W.E. Newman, Jr. and Gayle Newman.)

    An accomplished musician, Cassidy moonlighted at Luby's Cafe at the Lochwood shopping center in Dallas, playing the organ to entertain patrons. In 1957, his wife Margaret gave birth to their son, Sean, and, in 1960, their daughter, Cameron, was born.

    While filming \\"The Addams Family\\", Ted found extensive work with Hanna-Barbera Studios on a recurring basis, providing dozens of cartoon character voices. Cassidy also appeared in a variety of other television shows, including a regular role on NBC's The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1968) as \\"Injun Joe\\", the nemesis of Tom Sawyer and Huck. He worked with Gene Roddenberry on the original Star Trek (1966), as the voice of the menacing puppet of \\"Balok\\" in \\"The Corbomite Maneuver\\", the android \\"Ruk\\" in \\"What Are Little Girls Made of?\\" and the voice of \\"The Gorn\\" in \\"Arena\\". He also played \\"Isiah\\" in Roddenberry's post-apocalyptic drama pilots, Genesis II (1973) and Planet Earth (1974). Other appearances include The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964), Lost in Space (1965), Daniel Boone (1964) and as \\"Bigfoot\\" in The Six Million Dollar Man (1974). He also narrated the opening for the TV series The Incredible Hulk (1978), including selected growls and roars during the first two seasons.

    His theatrical work included Mackenna's Gold (1969) and The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977) among others, but his most memorable role was as \\"Harvey Logan\\" in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) in 1969 (\\"Rules? In a knife fight?\\") He also co-wrote the screenplay for 1973's The Harrad Experiment (1973), in which he made a brief appearance.

    Ted Cassidy died at the age of 46 on January 16, 1979 following complications from open-heart surgery. Actress Sandra Martinez took care of him during his final years, and his remains were cremated and later buried in the backyard of his Woodland Hills home. The exact location is unknown.

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    Theodore Crawford Cassidy or “Ted” Cassidy was an American actor and a reputed voice artist. He was known for his tall frame and deep voice. He appeared on radio, on TV, and in films. He is remembered for his role of ‘Lurch’ on the show ‘The Addams Family’ and as the voice of ‘The Hulk.’

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  7. Ted Cassidy - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki

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    Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Cassidy was raised in West Virginia. He played college basketball at Stetson University in Florida and was married soon after graduation. His first career was in news radio, working for WFAA in Dallas, Texas, and he was part of the ongoing coverage of the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

    He started working in films in 1960, voicing the Martian in the science fiction film The Angry Red Planet. In 1964, he made his television debut as Lurch on The Addams Family. While auditioning for the role of Lurch, which was supposed to be a non-speaking role, Cassidy ad-libbed the famous \\"You rang?\\" line, which was written into the series. Cassidy also played the role of Thing (the disembodied hand) on The Addams Family, a role that was credited to \\"itself\\". The only times Cassidy did not...

    During the filming of \\"What Are Little Girls Made Of?.\\" Cassidy – in full Ruk make-up – once participated in a gag in which he pretended to be Gene Roddenberry in order to fool a suit salesman who had come to the studio. In addition to his role as Ruk, Cassidy was also the voice of Balok's puppet in the show's first regular episode, \\"The Corbomite Maneuver\\", and voiced the Gorn captain in \\"Arena\\".While playing Injun Joe on The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Cassidy made a surprise gag vi...

    Cassidy died of complications following open heart surgery in 1979, leaving behind a long-time girlfriend and two children, Sean and Cameron, both of whom are now attorneys. Cassidy's final work – Filmation's animated sci-fi TV movie Flash Gordon: The Greatest Adventure of All, which also featured the voices of David Opatoshu and Vic Perrin – aired three years after his death. In the 1990s, Cassidy's most famous role, Lurch from The Addams Family, was assumed by TNG guest star Carel Struycken...

    1. TOS: 1. \\"The Corbomite Maneuver\\" as the voice of Balok's puppet (uncredited) 2. \\"What Are Little Girls Made Of?\\" as Ruk 3. \\"Arena\\" as the voice of the Gorn captain (uncredited)

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  8. Ted Cassidy Biography, Life, Interesting Facts

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    Teddy Cassidy was born on 31st July 1932in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He, however, grew up in West Virginia. He was an academically talented student. His body structure helped him engage in various sporting activities. He was part of the school football team and basketball team. Despite his huge body structure, Cassidy was a target of High school bullies.

    After graduating from high school, Teddy Cassidymoved to West Virginia Wesleyan College. During his time he the college Cassidy joined Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. After his college, he went to Stetson University. His most notable activities during his time at the university were Basketball, and he also took up some roles student government. He later graduated in from the University of Stetson with a degree in Speech and Drama.

    Teddy Cassidy's acting career started in WFAA in Dallas; he worked as a midday disc jockey. At an early stage of his career, Cassidy reported John F. Kennedy's assassination. He was among the first journalist to interview Gayle Newman and W. E. Newmanthe key witnesses of the murder. His height gave him an edge in the auditions of television acts. His most famous television role was Lurch, on the film series, The Adams Family. His distinctive voice and height suited roles of thugs and villains. He went on to take various acting roles most notable ones being Space Ghost, Fantastic Four, and Challenge of the Super Friends. In the early 1970s, Cassidy worked with Gene Roddenberry, where he took a role as Isiah in the films Planet Earth and Pilots for Genesis II.

    In 1956, after his graduating from the university, Teddy Cassidy married Margaret Helen.The couple later moved to Dallas, Texas. After 20 years of marriage, Margaret and Cassidy divorced. He later married his long-term lover Sandra Martinezwho was also an actress. He is survived by two children.

    Teddy Cassidyhad a non-malignant tumor in his heart, a surgery to remove a tumor was performed at St. Vincent Medical Center. The operation was successful, and Cassidy was sent home for recovery by his doctors. After spending several days at home, there were complication and Cassidy was readmitted. Cassidy later passed on at the age of 46. His remains were cremated and buried in his home Woodland Hills.

  9. Ted Cassidy's Death - Cause and Date - The Celebrity Deaths

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    The tv actor Ted Cassidy died at the age of 46. Here is all you want to know, and more! Biography - A Short Wiki Best known for his role as Lurch from The Addams Family and being the voice of 1970s television version of The Incredible Hulk.

    • July 31, 1932
    • January 16, 1979
  10. Ted Cassidy (1932-1979) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Born Theodore Crawford Cassidy, he was raised in Philippi, West Virginia, graduating from Philippi High School where he played the center position on the basketball team and defensive tackle on the football team.. At 6 feet 9 inches tall, he was an imposing figure in both venues and was the tallest player in the school conference.

    • 31 Jul 1932, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA
    • 16 Jan 1979 (aged 46), Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA
    • Cremated, Ashes scattered, Specifically: Ashes Buried in the backyard of his home.
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