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Dennis Cole July 19, 1940 – November 15, 2009 was an American actor in film and television A familiar face on the screen during the 1960s and 1970s, Cole made guest appearances in numerous television series After the 1991 death of his son, Joe Cole, he became an Actor-turned-Activist, speaking against violence on television Cole worked with the Nicole Brown Charitable Foundation to raise awareness for victims of crime, as well as with the Cancer Society, the Arthritis and Cystic Fibrosis foundations and other charitable organizations
- 1 Career
- 2 Personal life
- 21 Death
- 3 References
- 4 External links
The ruggedly handsome Cole began performing in his native Detroit and moved to Los Angeles in the 1960s His blond, athletic look of a quintessential California surfer, earned him the attention of physique magazines He worked as a model and stuntman before making the transition to acting His first big acting break came when he landed a starring role in the ABC police drama Felony Squad, which ran from 1966 to 1969 He appeared for one season 1969–1970 as stuntman Davey Evans in Bracken's World He then co-starred with Rod Taylor in the TV series Bearcats! 1971 He then played Lance Prentiss on the TV soap series The Young and the Restless 1981–82
Cole continued to make guest appearances in numerous television series, such as Medical Center, Police Story, Charlie's Angels, Vega$, The Feather and Father Gang, The Eddie Capra Mysteries, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Three's Company and Murder, She Wrote Cole's feature film career included roles in Cave-In! 1983, Wheels of Fire 1985, Pretty Smart 1987, and the horror film Zombie Death House 1987, directed by John Saxon Cole's last television appearance was a 1998 episode of Pacific Blue
All three of Cole's marriages ended in divorce In 1976, when Cole guest starred on the set of Charlie's Angels, he met his second wife actress Jaclyn Smith After a 19-month courtship the couple wed His marriage to Smith lasted from 1978 to 1981
Joe Cole, his only son from his first marriage with Sally Bergeron, was shot dead in a 1991, at the age of 30, during a home invasion robbery attempt in the Venice section of Los Angeles That crime remains unsolved
After the 1991 death of his son, Cole became an Actor-turned-Activist, speaking against violence on television He worked with the Nicole Brown Charitable Foundation to raise awareness for victims of crime, as well as with the Cancer Society, the Arthritis and Cystic Fibrosis foundations and other charitable organizations
Cole also continued to perform; as the "Narrator" in a production of Blood Brothers and the James Garner "King Marchan" role in the first national tour of the musical Victor/Victoria While working on a national tour of Victor/Victoria, Cole was injured and spent three years recovering
Cole remarried and relocated to Ft Lauderdale, Florida, where he returned to school, became a real-estate broker and opened up his own real estate company with his third wife, Marjorie Cole The couple owned and operated Celebrity Realty, Inc The couple amicably divorced in 2008
Cole died at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on November 15, 2009, aged 69, from renal failure, and was buried at the Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills Cemetery in Los Angeles
He was survived by his older brother Richard
- ^ Hevesi, Dennis November 23, 2009 "Dennis Cole, 'Felony Squad' Actor, Is Dead at 69" The New York Times Retrieved November 23, 2009
- ^ a b c d e f https://wwwemmyscom/news/news/actor-turned-activist-dennis-cole-dies-florida
- ^ a b c http://varietycom/2009/scene/news/actor-dennis-cole-dies-at-69-1118011417/
- ^ a b https://wwwhollywoodreportercom/news/felony-squad-actor-dennis-cole-91359
- ^ a b Dennis Cole on IMDb
- ^ a b http://wwwnytimescom/2009/11/22/arts/television/22colehtml
- ^ http://peoplecom/archive/charlies-last-available-angel-jaclyn-smith-says-yes-to-dennis-cole-no-to-a-hyphen-vol-10-no-20/
- ^ Roger Newcomb November 17, 2009 "Dennis Cole has passed away"
- ^ Andy Carvin and Chris Crone "Rollins Interview"
- ^ "Actor Dennis Cole dead at 69" November 11, 2009
- ^ "Business Profile for Fort Lauderdale, Florida" City-data Retrieved November 21, 2009
- ^ Notice of Dennis Cole's death, hollywoodreportercom; accessed June 3, 2015
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