Alan Fudge (Alan Fudge)

Alan Fudge

Actor. Raised in Tucson, Arizona, he initiated his career as an entertainer with the folk music group the Ash Alley Singers, with whom he recorded several tracks during the Summer of 1962. A change in career direction took place, as he began to focus on acting and attended the University of Arizona, where he majored in Theater. Fudge would gain extensive experience as a member of New York’s APA Repertory Troupe and from 1966 to 1969, he performed in nearly one-dozen Broadway plays, beginning with “The School for Scandal” (1966 to 1967), also including “War and Peace” (1967) and “The Cherry Orchard” (1968). He would move on to television, debuting in a 1972 episode of the long-running Western “Gunsmoke”. From that point on he was a constant presence on TV, (specializing in roles of authority, such as doctor, lawyers and law enforcement officials) totaling more-than 100 credits. He had co-starring roles in the programs “Eischied” (1979 to 1970, as Deputy Commissioner Kimbrough), “Man from Atlantis” (1978, as C.W. Crawford) and “7th Heaven” (as Lou Dalton), remaining active until the late 2000s. He died from cancer. (bio by: C.S.)


  • February, 27, 1944
  • USA


  • October, 10, 2011
  • USA


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