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Dean Stockwell

Albert 'Al' Calavicci in Quantum Leap

Photos Dean Stockwell Birth name: Dean Stockwell
Birth date: 1936/03/05 (86 years old)
Birth place : Hollywood (USA)
Height: 1.68 m

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Biography for Dean Stockwell

This remarkable performer has had three distinct careers. He first appeared in films as a child actor, reestablished himself in his 20s, and, after experiencing some personal problems, bounced back as a middle-aged character player, which has brought him his greatest success and popularity. The son of Broadway performers (his father Harry sang the voice of the Prince in Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs the earnest, bright-eyed Stockwell appeared in such films as Anchors Aweigh (1945), Gentleman's Agreement (1947), The Boy With Green Hair (1948, a memorable starring role in this fable about social outcasts), Down to the Sea in Ships, The Secret Garden (both 1949), The Happy Years and Kim (both 1950), proving to be a skilled and appealing performer.

Stockwell left Hollywood when he was about 16 and traveled across the country, working at odd jobs. He returned to acting when he hit New York, eliciting raves as one of the college-boy killers in the Broadway production of "Compulsion," a role he repeated in the 1959 film (which won him and his costars an award at the Cannes Film Festival). He solidified his reputation with a mature, sensitive performance as a troubled youth in Sons and Lovers (1960), and received a second Cannes ensemble award for his role as Eugene O'Neill's alter ego in Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962). But then, Stockwell dropped out of acting again.

Later, he took occasional parts in the likes of The Last Movie (1971), and Tracks (1976), both with his friend Dennis Hopper. In the 1980s he made a spectacular comeback with sizable supporting roles in Dune, Paris, Texas (both 1984), Blue Velvet (1986, a flamboyant and memorable performance), Gardens of Stone (1987), and a stunning cameo as Howard Hughes in Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988). This culminated in an Oscar nomination for his droll comic turn as a mob boss in Married to the Mob (1988), and led to his being cast as the holographic observer Al on the TV series "Quantum Leap" (1989-93). He also appeared in Limit Up (1989) and in an amusing role as a desperate screenwriter's agent in Robert Altman's The Player (1992). His brother Guy was also an actor, whose limited achievements included starring in a 1966 remake of Beau Geste


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Title Role
JAG (1995 Serie TV) Secretary of the Navy Sheffield (recurring) (2002-)
8th Annual Screen acteurs Guild Awards (2002 TV special documentary) Lui-mĂȘme
Face to Face (2001) Jimmy
Inferno (2001/I) Mayor Bill Klinger
Buffalo Soldiers (2001) Gen. Lancaster
The Quickie (2001) Michael
CQ (2001) Dr. Ballard
The Flunky (2000) Micky
In Pursuit (2000 video) Charles Welz
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (2000/I video) Communications Engineer Mr. Timothy 'Tim' Drake (voix)
They Nest (2000 Téléfilm) Sheriff Hobbs
Rites of Passage (1999) Del Farraday, Associate Producer
Water Damage (1999) Frank Skoufaris
What Katy Did (1999 Téléfilm) Tramp
The Venice Project (1999) Senator Campbell
Restraining Order (1999) Charlie Mason
It's True (1998/I Serie TV) Mr. Murphy
Phenomenon: The Lost Archives (1998 Serie TV) Host
Sinbad: The Battle of the Dark Knights (1998) Bophisto
Popular Science (1997 Serie TV) Host
The Shadow Men (1997) Stan Mills
The Rainmaker (1997) Judge Harvey Hale
Pretty as a Picture: The Art of David Lynch (1997 TV documentary) Lui-mĂȘme
The Tony Danza Show (1997 Serie TV) Frank DiMeo
Air Force One (1997) Defense Secretary Walter Dean
Living in Peril (1997) William
McHale's Navy (1997) Capt. Wallace B. Binghampton
The Last Resort (1997) Grey Wolf
Close to Danger (1997 Téléfilm) Dr. Ames
Midnight Blue (1996) Katz-Feeney
Unabomber: The True Story (1996 Téléfilm) Ben Jeffries
Twilight Man (1996 Téléfilm) Hollis Deitz
Mr. Wrong (1996) Jack Tramonte
Naked Souls (1995) Duncan
The Commish: In the Shadow of the Gallows (1995 Téléfilm) Robert Allardyce
The Langoliers (1995 Téléfilm) Bob Jenkins
Deadline for Murder: From the Files of Edna Buchanan (1995 Téléfilm) Aaron Bliss
Madonna: Innocence Lost (1994 Téléfilm) Tony Ciccone
The Innocent (1994 Téléfilm) Capt. Jason Flaboe
Justice in a Small Town (1994 Téléfilm) Commissioner Sam Caldwell
Vanishing Son II (1994 Téléfilm) Mickey Jo
Chasers (1994) Salesman Stig
In the Line of Duty: The Price of Vengeance (1994 Téléfilm) Jack Lowe
Caught in the Act (1993/II Téléfilm) Host
Bonanza: The Return (1993 Téléfilm) Augustus Brandenburg
Friends and Enemies (1992) Freddie
Fatal Memories (1992 Téléfilm) Det. Robert Morse
Shame (1992 Téléfilm) Tim Curtis
The Player (1992) Andy Civella
Son of the Morning Star (1991 Téléfilm) Gen. Philip Sheridan
Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990 Serie TV) Duke Nukem (1990-1992) (voix)
Sandino (1990) Capitain Hatfield
Catchfire (1989) John Luponi
Limit Up (1989) Peter Oak
Buying Time (1989) Detective Novak
Quantum Leap (1989 Serie TV) Rear Admiral Albert 'Al' Calavicci
Quantum Leap: Genesis (1989 Téléfilm) Rear Admiral Albert 'Al' Calavicci
The Long Haul (1988) Mario
Smokescreen (1988) Michael Dattalico
Married to the Mob (1988) Tony 'The Tiger' Russo
Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988) Howard Hughes
The Blue Iguana (1988) Detective Carl Strick
Banzai Runner (1987) Billy Baxter
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler, Part III: The Legend Continues (1987 Téléfilm) James McLaughlin
The Time Guardian (1987) Boss
Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) Charles 'Chip' Cain
Gardens of Stone (1987) Homer Thomas
Ecstacy (1986) acteur
Blue Velvet (1986) Ben
Papa Was a Preacher (1985) John
To Kill a Stranger (1985) John Carver
To Live and Die in L.A. (1985) Bob Grimes
The Legend of Billie Jean (1985) Muldaur
Sweet Scent of Death (1984 Téléfilm) Greg Denver
Dune (1984) Doctor Wellington Yueh
Paris, Texas (1984) Walt
Alsino and the Condor (1982) Frank
Human Highway (1982) Otto Quartz, Director, Writer
Wrong Is Right (1982) Hacker
Born to Be Sold (1981 Téléfilm) Marty Helick
Greatest Heroes of the Bible (1978 TV mini-series) Hissar
She Came to the Valley (1977) Pat Westall
A Killing Affair (1977 Téléfilm) Kenneth Switzer
One Away (1976) acteur
Tracks (1976) Mark
Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976) Paul Lavell
The Pacific Connection (1975) acteur
Cop on the Beat (1975 Téléfilm) Detective Callan
Columbo: Troubled Waters (1975 Téléfilm) Lloyd Harrington
Another Day at the Races (1974) acteur
Eadweard Muybridge, Zoopraxographer (1974) Narrator
The Werewolf of Washington (1973) Jack Whittier
The Loners (1972) Stein
Columbo: The Most Crucial Game (1972 Téléfilm) Eric Wagner
Adventures of Nick Carter (1972 Téléfilm) Freddy Duncan
The Failing of Raymond (1971 Téléfilm) Raymond
Paper Man (1971 Téléfilm) Avery Jensen
The Last Movie (1971) Billy
The Dunwich Horror (1970) Wilbur Whateley
Before Breakfast (1968 TV short) acteur
Psych-Out (1968) Dave
Rapture (1965) Joseph
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962) Edmund Tyrone
Sons and Lovers (1960) Paul Morel
Compulsion (1959) Judd Steiner
The Careless Years (1957) Jerry Vernon
Gun for a Coward (1956) Hade (Harry) Keough
Cattle Drive (1951) Chester Graham, Jr.
Kim (1950) Kim
The Happy Years (1950) John Humperdink 'Dink' Stover
Stars in My Crown (1950) John Kenyon
The Secret Garden (1949) Colin Craven
Down to the Sea in Ships (1949) Ted Joy
Deep Waters (1948) Danny Mitchell
The Boy with Green Hair (1948) Peter
Gentleman's Agreement (1947) Tommy Green
Song of the Thin Man (1947) Nick Charles Jr.
The Romance of Rosy Ridge (1947) Andrew MacBean
The Arnelo Affair (1947) Ricky Parkson
A Really Important Person (1947 short) Billy Reilly
The Mighty McGurk (1946) Nipper
Home, Sweet Homicide (1946) Archie Carstairs
The Green Years (1946) Robert Shannon, enfant
Abbott and Costello in Hollywood (1945) Cameo appearance (scenes deleted)
Anchors Aweigh (1945) Donald Martin
The Valley of Decision (1945) Paulie


Born at 9:42pm-PST

He gave Neil Young the the inspiration for the title of his 1970 album, After The Gold Rush.

Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Saturday, February 29th, 1992. Fans of "Quantum Leap" organized this Leap Day ceremony.


Spouse : Joy Marchenko (15 December 1981 - 2004) (divorced) 2 children, Millie Perkins (15 April 1960 - 30 July 1962) (divorced).

Brother of Guy Stockwell.

His father was an actor/singer whose greatest claim to fame was supplying the speaking and singing voice for Prince Charming in Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).

Step-son of Nina Olivette and son of Harry Stockwell. His mother was Elizabeth "Betty" Stockwell.

Son Austin born November 5 1983, daughter Sophia born July 1985

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  • Creation date: 01/07/2003 by stals
  • Last update: 01/05/2007 by wolwerine

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