|Died||March 22, 2006 80) (aged|
Lomond was active with NYU's fencing team, and he earned a place on the United States' fencing team for the 1952 Olympics. Instead of going that route, he began fencing as a professional in productions on stage and in films.
In 1956, Lomond played the Spaniard James Addison Reavis in the episode "The Baron of Arizona" of the anthology series, Death Valley Days, hosted by Stanley Andrews. In the story line, two newspapermen doubt Reavis' claim to millions of acres in the New Mexico Territory, which then included Arizona. Though Reavis' papers seem authentic and date to colonial times, the reporters prove them to be fraudulent.'
Lomond is best known for his role as Capitán Monastario in the first season of Disney's Zorro. He also played the role of General George Armstrong Custer in the Disney film Tonka. On television he made a guest appearance on Perry Mason as he played the role of title character and murder victim Jack Culross in the 1961 episode, "The Case of the Posthumous Painter." In 1963 Lomond appeared as Kyle Lawson on The Virginian in the episode titled "If You Have Tears."
- 1955-1956: Navy Log (TV Series) - Lt. Fraser / Executive Officer / Carrigio
- 1956: Highway Patrol (TV Series) - Highway Patrolman Melton
- 1956: The Count of Monte Cristo (TV Series) - De Crissac
- 1956: Annie Oakley (TV Series) - Gentleman Jim Corbett
- 1956-1959: Death Valley Days (TV Series, in two episodes, one as James Reavis "The Baron of Arizona") - Kurt Mahler / Faro Bill / James Addison Reavis
- 1957: Cheyenne (TV Series) - Lt. Phil Poole
- 1957: The Saga of Andy Burnett: Andy's Love Affair (TV Series) - Captain Paco Reyes
- 1957: The Gray Ghost (TV Series) - Larson
- 1957-1958: Zorro (TV Series) - Capitán Monastario
- 1958: Tonka - Gen. George Armstrong Custer
- 1958-1959: 26 Men (TV Series) - Colonel Kesterlitzky aka 'El Tigre' / Dayton Borg
- 1959: Colt .45 (TV Series, in "A Legend of Buffalo Bill") - Buffalo Bill Cody
- 1959: Men into Space (TV Series) - Bruegel
- 1959: Tombstone Territory (TV Series) - Jay Pell
- 1959: Bat Masterson (TV Series) - Latimer
- 1960: Tales of Wells Fargo (TV Series) - Gerald Haggerty
- 1960: Young Jesse James - Yankee Officer
- 1960: The Brothers Brannagan (TV Series) - Larry Randolph
- 1960: Klondike (TV Series) - Clete Slade
- 1960-1961: The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp (TV Series) - Johnny Ringo
- 1961: Lock Up (TV Series) - Patrolman Larry Wade
- 1961: Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater (TV Series) - Logan Drew - the Atoner
- 1961: Thriller (TV Series) - Arnold Chase
- 1961: The Case of the Dangerous Robin (TV Series)
- 1961: Peter Gunn (TV Series) - Gil Manson
- 1961: Perry Mason (TV Series) - Jack Culross
- 1961: Rawhide (TV Series) - Dario
- 1963: The Virginian (TV Series) - Kyle Lawson
- 1967: I Spy (TV Series) - Psychologist
- 1967: Mission: Impossible (TV Series) - Thornton
- 1983: Simon & Simon (TV Series) - Jerry Gelson (final appearance)
- "Britt Lomond, Actor, 80, Is Dead". The New York Times. Associated Press. April 1, 2006. Archived from the original on November 18, 2017. Retrieved November 18, 2017.
- Lentz, Harris M. III (2007). Obituaries in the Performing Arts, 2006: Film, Television, Radio, Theatre, Dance, Music, Cartoons and Pop Culture. McFarland. p. 216. ISBN 978-0-78642-933-2. Retrieved November 18, 2017.
- "The Baron of Arizona on Death Valley Days". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved August 23, 2018.
- "Britt Lomond". Variety. March 23, 2006. Retrieved May 21, 2018.
- "Britt Lomond (1925–2006)". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved July 6, 2017.
- "Colt .45". The Classic TV Archive. Archived from the original on May 4, 2012. Retrieved December 22, 2012.