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James Farentino

James Farentino (February 24, 1938 – January 24, 2012) was an American actor. He appeared in nearly 100 television, film and stage roles, among them The Final Countdown, Jesus of Nazareth, and Dynasty. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Farentino went to local schools followed later by studying drama and acting in Catholic based schools. In the 1950s and 60s, he went on to stage and a few TV roles. Among his many television appearances, Farentino guest-starred in 1964 with Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., in the episode "Super-Star" of the CBS drama series, The Reporter, with Harry Guardino in the starring role of journalist Danny Taylor of the fictitious New York Globe newspaper. Early in 1967, he appeared in Barry Sullivan's NBC western series The Road West in the episode "Reap the Whirlwind". In 1969, he starred opposite Patty Duke in the film Me, Natalie. Farentino was one of the lawyers in NBC TV series The Bold Ones (1969–1972), which also starred Burl Ives and Joseph Campanella. He made two appearances in the 1970s anthology television series Night Gallery, once with then-wife Michele Lee ("Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay"), and secondly with actress Joanna Pettet ("The Girl With The Hungry

Hollywood Legend James Farentino -- Killed by a Broken Hip

James Farentino
Killed by a Broken Hip

Hollywood legend James Farentino didn't die from heart failure -- according to the actor's death certificate, obtained by TMZ, he died from every old person's worst nightmare ... a broken… READ MORE >

'Jesus of Nazareth' Star Arrested -- Hostile Apostle

'Jesus of Nazareth' Star Arrested -- Hostile Apostle

The guy who played Saint Peter in the 1977 TV classic "Jesus of Nazareth" was arrested for battery tonight in L.A. ... TMZ has learned. According to law enforcement sources, 72-year-old James… READ MORE >

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