Tom Troupe was born July 15, 1928.
Tom Troupe is the actor who portrayed Lieutenant Harold from the Star Trek original series episode “Arena”.
He is the husband of singer/comedienne Carole Cook, a close friend and protege of Lucille Ball. He co-wrote (with Don Eitner) and starred in Sofi (1968), the stage and film adaptations of Nikolai Gogol’s Diary of a Madman.
He also appeared in the 1973 made-for-television movie The Alpha Caper.
Other movie roles:
The Big Fisherman (1959, with Phillip Pine, Rhodes Reason, and Leonard Mudie)
The Devil’s Brigade (1968, with Andrew Prine and Jean-Paul Vignon)
Che! (1969, with Sid Haig, Perry Lopez, and Abraham Sofaer)
Kelly’s Heroes (1970, with Perry Lopez, Phil Adams and David Hurst)
Making it (1971, with John Fiedler and Lawrence Pressman)
PSI Factor (1980, with Don Eitner and Peter Mark Richman)
Summer School (1987, with Kirstie Alley, Jack Blessing, Conroy Gedeon, Carlos LaCamara and Ken Olandt)
My Own Private Idaho (1991, based on William Shakespeares Henry IV, with Mickey Cottrell)
Other TV roles:
The Fugitive (1964, with Bernard Kates)
The Young Rebels (1970, with John Colicos and Alex Henteloff)
Griff (1973, with Vic Tayback)
Lucas Tanner (1974, with Nancy Malone)
Planet of the Apes (1974, with Mark Lenard, Joseph Ruskin, Gary Combs, Booth Colman, Ron Stein and Percy Rodriguez)
CHiPs (1979, with Michael Dorn, Robert Pine and Mary Crosby)
Cheers (1987, with Kirstie Alley, Bebe Neuwirth and Kelsey Grammer)
Frasier (1995, with Kelsey Grammer)
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