Mickey Sholdar (born March 20, 1949 in Indianapolis, Indiana) is an American actor.[1]

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),[2] and several appearances in Dragnet.[3]

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.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "TV Mailbag:Jackie Cooper Now Behind-Scenes Boss". The Hartford Courant. May 16, 1965. pp. 3H.
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ 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.

BibliographyEdit

  • Goldrup, Tom and Jim (2002). Growing Up on the Set: Interviews with 39 Former Child Actors of Film and Television. McFarland & Co. pp. 269–276. ISBN 1476613702.

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