List of years in television (table)

The year 1958 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events during 1958.

Contents

EventsEdit

Television showsEdit

Series on air in 1958Edit

DebutsEdit

Ending this yearEdit

Date Show Debut
April 28 Adventures of Superman 1952
May 31 The Polly Bergen Show 1957
June 7 The Life of Riley 1953
June 26 Climax! 1954
September 6 Club Oasis 1957
September 15 The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show 1950
October 1 Kraft Television Theater 1947
Unknown Hey, Jeannie! 1958

BirthsEdit

Date Name Notability
January 4 Matt Frewer Actor (Max Headroom)
January 20 Lorenzo Lamas Actor (Falcon Crest)
January 25 Dinah Manoff Actress & director (Soap)
January 26 Ellen DeGeneres Actress & talk show host (Ellen)
January 30 Brett Butler Actress (Grace Under Fire)
March 3 Miranda Richardson Actress
March 10 Sharon Stone
March 21 Gary Oldman Actor & filmmaker
March 30 Maurice LaMarche Voice actor (The Brain on Animaniacs)
April 3 Alec Baldwin Actor (30 Rock)
April 29 Eve Plumb Actress (The Brady Bunch)
Michelle Pfeiffer Actress
May 23 Drew Carey Actor, comedian, game show host (The Price Is Right)
May 30 Ted McGinley Actor (Married... with Children)
June 12 Rebecca Holden Actress & singer
June 22 Bruce Campbell Actor (Burn Notice) & director
July 6 Jennifer Saunders Actress, comedian (Absolutely Fabulous)
August 16 Angela Bassett Actress
Madonna Singer & actress
August 18 Madeleine Stowe Actress (Revenge)
August 29 Michael Jackson Singer and actor (died 2009)
September 21 Penny Smith TV presenter
September 24 Kevin Sorbo Actor (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)
October 9 Michael Paré Actor
November 12 Nick Stellino Chef, author and TV presenter
November 16 Marg Helgenberger Actress (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation)
November 22 Jamie Lee Curtis Actress (Anything But Love)
December 1 Charlene Tilton Actress (Dallas)
December 10 John J. York US soap actor
December 25 Cheryl Chase Voice actress (Angelica Pickles on Rugrats)

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