Charles Siebert, ‘Trapper John, M.D.’ actor useless at 84

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Charles Siebert, the actor finest identified for his function as Dr. Stanley Riverside II on seven seasons of the collection “Trapper John M.D.,” has died, in keeping with a report. He was 84.

The Hollywood Reporter said on Tuesday that Siebert died on Might 1 of pneumonia associated to the coronavirus and his daughter, Gillian Bozanic, instructed the outlet the Seventies and 80s movie star died on the College of California San Francisco Medical Middle.

“Trapper John M.D.” broke by means of in 1979 as a direct spinoff of “MASH,” airing 151 episodes by means of 1986 and Siebert appeared in each single one.

Siebert additionally went on to change into an completed tv director on exhibits similar to “Knots Landing,” “Pacific Blue,” “Silk Stalkings,” “Pensacola: Wings of Gold,” “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” and “Xena: Warrior Princess.”

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Charles Siebert and Connie Stevens in 1983.

Charles Siebert and Connie Stevens in 1983.
(ABC Picture Archives)

Along with his time as an esteemed TV performer and director, Siebert additionally lent his skills to various movies together with, “The Other Side of Midnight” and “Blue Sunshine” in 1977, “Coma” in 1978, “And Justice for All” in 1979, “All Night Long” in 1981, “White Water Summer” in 1987 and 1988’s “Eight Men Out.”

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Siebert additionally performed Helen Keller’s father within the made-for-TV movie “The Miracle Worker” in 1979 which noticed Melissa Gilbert star alongside Siebert as Helen.

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The actor embodied each essence of the craft and was even a skilled stage performer which allowed Siebert to forge a profitable profession on Broadway in Bertolt Brecht’s “Galileo” in 1967, and reverse Dustin Hoffman from 1968-69 in “Jimmy Shine” and in Neil Simon‘s “The Gingerbread Lady.”

Actors Tristan Rogers and Charles Siebert attend How To Host A Murder Party on July 20, 1985, at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. 

Actors Tristan Rogers and Charles Siebert attend How To Host A Homicide Get together on July 20, 1985, on the Plaza Lodge in New York Metropolis. 
(Ron Galella/Ron Galella Assortment by way of Getty Photographs)

Siebert is survived by his spouse, Kristine, whom he married in 1986 in addition to kids Gillian and Christopher.

Reps for Siebert didn’t instantly reply to Every day Publish’ request for remark.

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