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James T. Callahan

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James Thomas Callahan (October 4, 1930 – August 3, 2007) was an American film and television actor who appeared in more than 120 films and television shows between 1959 and 2007. He is perhaps best known for portraying Walter Powell on the sitcom Charles in Charge from 1987 to 1990.


He appeared as Danny Adams, an airline pilot, in the sitcom Wendy and Me on ABC during the 1964–1965 season, with co-stars George Burns, Connie Stevens, Ron Harper, and J. Pat O'Malley. In the fall of 1965, Callahan had a recurring role as Lieutenant O'Connell in John Gavin's short-lived NBC series Convoy, about the movement of two hundred ships across the Atlantic during World War II.

Callahan's television guest appearances included:
Dennis the Menace, Two Faces West, Perry Mason, Route 66, Have Gun - Will Travel, Combat!,
The Eleventh Hour, Breaking Point, The Twilight Zone-"Ninety Years Without Slumbering", My Favorite Martian, The Time Tunnel, The Fugitive, Adam-12, The Governor and J.J., Marcus Welby, M.D., M*A*S*H, Love, American Style,
Cannon, Barnaby Jones, The Rockford Files, The Ropers, Bosom Buddies, Lou Grant, Benson, Alice, Simon & Simon, Quincy, M.E., Tales of the Gold Monkey, Remington Steele, Little House on the Prairie, Fame, The A-Team, Knight Rider, Alfred Hitchcock Presents,
Newhart, Highway to Heaven, Growing Pains, Amazing Stories, Doogie Howser, M.D., The Golden Girls, Picket Fences, Hope & Gloria, Cybill, Caroline in the City,
Promised Land, The Practice, ER, and Medium.

In February 2007, Callahan was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. Six months later, on August 3, 2007, Callahan died at his home in Fallbrook, California. He was 76 years old.

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