Cork Hubbert

Cork Hubbert (July 3, 1952 – September 28, 2003) was an American film and television actor.

Cork Hubbert
Carl Hubbert

(1952-07-03)July 3, 1952
Pendleton, Oregon, United States
DiedSeptember 28, 2003(2003-09-28) (aged 51)
Venice, California, United States
Years active1979–2003


Hubbert was born Carl Hubbert in Pendleton, Oregon. He is best known for the roles of Luther on the American television show The Charmings,[1] Rollo Sweet in Under the Rainbow[2] and Brown Tom in the Ridley Scott film Legend.[3] He is also featured in the supporting cast of the 1985 Nancy Allen comedy Not for Publication.[4] He also starred as Cousin Lymon in The Ballad of the Sad Café.[5]


Hubbert died in 2003 in Venice, Los Angeles from complications of diabetes.[6]


Year Title Role Notes
1980Where the Buffalo RoamBriggs, Bell Captain
1981Under the RainbowRollo Sweet
1983Magnum, P.I.Waldo NorrisEpisode: "Smaller Than Life"
1984Not for PublicationOdo
1985LegendBrown Tom
1986The Twilight ZoneShawn McGoolSeason 1, Episode 19a - "The Leprechaun-Artist"
1989Sinbad of the Seven SeasPoochie the dwarf
1989Criminal ActSlater
1991The Ballad of the Sad CaféCousin Lymon
2000Date LessTattoo on Ass Julio


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