Sholdar's credits include an episode with Ed Asner in Alfred Hitchcock Presents, a regular role as Steven Morley in the TV series The Farmer's Daughter (1963–66), and several appearances in Dragnet.
He was also the golf technical advisor for the 1975 film Babe, the life story of Babe Zaharias, and appeared on-screen as a golf pro. This was his last film or TV part to date. He starred in a Gunsmoke episode titled "The Bassops."
Another credit was on Route 66, season three episode 11 "Hey, Moth, Come Eat the Flame" November 30, 1962. Tod and Buz try to help a young boy (Mickey Sholdar) cope with the alcoholism of his piano-playing widower father (Harry Guardino) who was also being tempted into participating in a payroll heist. Debut of the Corvette Stingray.
- "TV Mailbag:Jackie Cooper Now Behind-Scenes Boss". The Hartford Courant. May 16, 1965. pp. 3H.
- Goldrup, Jim; Goldrup, Tom (2002). Growing up on the set: interviews with 39 former child actors of classic film and television. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Co. pp. 269–276. ISBN 0-7864-1254-2.
- Morgan, Harry; Michael Hayde (2001). My Name's Friday : The Unauthorized but True Story of Dragnet and the Films of Jack Webb. Cumberland House Publishing. pp. 289–296. ISBN 1-58182-190-5.
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