Jacques Georges Aubuchon (October 30, 1924 – December 28, 1991) was an American actor who appeared in films, stage, and on television in the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.
Jacques Georges Aubuchon
November 23, 1924
|Died||December 28, 1991 (aged 67)|
Woodland Hills, California, California
|Spouse(s)||Denise Caubisens (1951-1991, his death)|
Aubuchon, who grew up in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, was the son of Arthur and Flora Aubuchon. He went to Assumption Preparatory School and served in the military during World War Two. During his working career, Aubuchon made over 300 television appearances, made two dozen films, did hundreds of television commercials, plus wrote plays.
One of Aubuchon's best known roles was as Chief Urulu on McHale's Navy. Aubuchon's first part on Broadway was as the sewerman in The Madwoman of Chaillot and Paris 7000 was the first television show that he had a regular part on.
Partial TV and movie filmographyEdit
- Mister Peepers (1953) - August Hempel
- Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953) - Demetrios Sofotes
- Operation Manhunt (1954) - Volov
- The Silver Chalice (1954) - Nero
- The Scarlet Hour (1956) - Fat Boy
- Gunsmoke (1956-1975, TV Series) - Linder Hogue / Bert Clum / Torp / Short
- The Big Boodle (1957) - Miguel Collada
- The Way to the Gold (1957) - Clem Williams
- Gun Glory (1957) - Sam Winscott
- Short Cut to Hell (1957) - Bahrwell
- Thunder Road (1958) - Carl Kogan
- The Shaggy Dog (1959) - Stefano
- Have Gun Will Travel (1959-1961, TV Series) - Moriarity - Town Bully / Billy Banjo Jones / Judge Wesson
- Perry Mason (1959-1964, TV Series) - Roger Brody / Victor Bundy / George Gage / Felix Karr
- Twenty Plus Two (1961) - Jacques Pleschette
- McHale's Navy (1962-1964, TV Series) - Chief Pali Urulu
- The Twilight Zone (1963, TV Series) - Connolly
- Wild and Wonderful (1964) - Papa Ponchon - Giselle's Father
- Combat! (1965) in 4th season episode "Evasion" - Kopke
- McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force (1965) - Dimitri
- The Monkees (1966, TV Series) - Boris
- Hogan's Heroes (1966, TV Series) - General von Kattenhorn
- F Troop (1966, TV Series) - Gideon D. Jeffries
- Johnny Belinda (1967, TV Movie) - Pacquet
- Garrison's Gorillas (1967, TV Series) - Ettienne
- Bewitched (1967, TV Series) - Phineas
- Tarzan (1968-1969, TV Series) - Captain / Joppo
- Judd for the Defense (1969, TV Series) - John Morgan
- Land of the Giants (1969, TV Series) - Zurpin
- The Love God? (1969) - Carter Fenton
- Black Water Gold (1970, TV Movie) - Kefalos
- Paris 7000 (1970, TV Series) - Lt. Maurois / Police Lieutenant
- The Hoax (1972) - Chief Belkins
- McCloud (1972, TV Series) - Inspector Lelouch
- Columbo (1974, TV Series) - Jeffrey Neal
- Apple's Way (1974, TV Series) - Stavros
- Marcus Welby, M.D. (1974, TV Series) - Dr. Crayler
- Hawaii Five-O (1974, TV Series) - Charles Portman
- The Waltons (1974, TV Series) - Victor Povich
- Barbary Coast (1975, TV Series) - Mr. Roszack
- Jigsaw John (1976, TV Series) - Charles Bouchard
- Switch (1976-1978, TV Series) - Arthur Cummings / Adam Hayward / Earl Harper
- Project U.F.O. (1978, TV Series) - Marchand
- Starsky and Hutch (1978, TV Series) - Davidowsky
- Hart to Hart (1980, TV Series) - Maurice Simone
- Remington Steele (1984, TV Series) - Professor Arthur Thickett
- Highway to Heaven (1984, TV Series) - Clinton Rudd
- Legendary Locals of Fitchburg - Fitchburg Historical Society. Books.google.com. 2014-02-17. p. 86. Retrieved 2017-03-22.
- "24 Apr 1959, Page 2 - The Morning Herald at". Newspapers.com. 1959-04-24. Retrieved 2017-03-22.
- "Actor Jacques Aubuchon Dies at 67". Apnewsarchive.com. 1992-01-02. Retrieved 2017-03-22.
- "5 Mar 1970, Page 9 - The Evening Review at". Newspapers.com. 1970-03-05. Retrieved 2017-03-22.
- "Jacques Aubuchon, 67, an Actor In Movies, Plays and TV Dramas". The New York Times. Retrieved 2017-03-22.