1952 in television

The year 1952 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events during 1952.

List of years in television (table)
In radio




Ending during 1952

February 23 A Date with Judy (daytime version) 1951
March 27 The Bill Goodwin Show
April 11 Faye Emerson's Wonderful Town
April 24 Stop the Music 1949
June 30 Claudia 1952
Unknown Picture Page (UK) 1946


January 2 Wendy Phillips Actress (Falcon Crest)
February 17 Garry Chalk Voice actor
March 2 Laraine Newman Comic actress (Saturday Night Live)
March 4 Ronn Moss Actor, musician (The Bold and the Beautiful)
March 11 Susan Richardson Actress (Eight is Enough)
April 1 Annette O'Toole Actress (Smallville)
April 5 Mitch Pileggi Actor (The X-Files)
April 6 Marilu Henner Actress (Taxi)
April 16 Billy West Voice actor (Doug, The Ren and Stimpy Show, Futurama)
April 29 Nora Dunn Actress, comedian (Saturday Night Live)
May 2 Christine Baranski Actress (Cybill, The Good Wife)
May 4 Michael Barrymore British comedian, presenter
May 6 Gregg Henry Actor, musician
Michael O'Hare Actor (Babylon 5) (d. 2012)
Fred Newman Actor (Doug, Between the Lions)
May 11 Frances Fisher Actress (The Edge of Night)
May 20 Paolo Seganti Italian actor (As the World Turns)
May 21 Mr. T Actor (B. A. Baracus on The A-Team)
June 14 Eddie Mekka Actor (Laverne & Shirley)
June 18 Carol Kane Actress (Taxi)
June 20 John Goodman Actor (Roseanne)
July 1 Dan Aykroyd Comic actor (Saturday Night Live)
July 6 Grant Goodeve American actor (Eight is Enough)
July 15 Terry O'Quinn Actor (Lost)
July 17 David Hasselhoff Actor (Knight Rider, Baywatch)
July 27 Roxanne Hart Actress (Chicago Hope)
August 1 Brian Patrick Clarke Actor
August 4 Bobby Buntrock Actor (Hazel) (d. 1974)
August 10 Daniel Hugh Kelly Actor (Hardcastle and McCormick)
August 16 Reginald VelJohnson Actor (Family Matters)
August 18 Patrick Swayze Actor / dancer (d. 2009)
August 19 Jonathan Frakes Actor (Star Trek: The Next Generation), director
August 27 Paul Reubens Comic actor (Pee-wee Herman on Pee-wee's Playhouse)
August 29 Deborah Van Valkenburgh Actress (Too Close for Comfort)
September 5 Michael Horton Actor (Murder, She Wrote)
September 9 Angela Cartwright Actress (Make Room for Daddy, Lost in Space)
September 25 Christopher Reeve Actor (d. 2004)
Tommy Norden Actor (Flipper)
September 27 Gail Edwards Actress (It's a Living, Full House, Blossom)
September 30 John Finn Actor (Cold Case)
October 9 Sharon Osbourne TV personality (The Osbournes, The Talk)
October 14 Harry Anderson Actor (Night Court) (d. 2018)
October 20 Melanie Mayron Actress, director (Thirtysomething)
October 22 Jeff Goldblum Actor (Law & Order: Criminal Intent)
October 27 Ted Wass Actor, director (Soap, Blossom)
October 28 Annie Potts Actress (Designing Women)
October 30 Emily Kuroda Actress (Gilmore Girls)
November 3 Roseanne Barr Actress, comedian (Roseanne)
Jim Cummings Voice actor (The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Darkwing Duck, CatDog)
November 8 Alfre Woodard Actress
November 28 S. Epatha Merkerson Actress (Law & Order)
November 29 Jeff Fahey Actor (The Marshal, Lost)
November 30 Mandy Patinkin Actor (Criminal Minds)
December 9 Michael Dorn Actor (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
December 10 Susan Dey Actress (The Partridge Family, L.A. Law)
December 12 Sarah Douglas Actress (Falcon Crest)
December 25 C. C. H. Pounder Actress
December 29 Robert Wightman Actor (The Waltons)


  1. McNeil, Alex (1996). Total Television. Penguin Books USA, Inc. ISBN 0-14-02-4916-8.
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