Richard Evans (actor)

Richard Evans (January 23, 1935) is a retired American actor, best known for his work in television.

Richard Evans
Born (1935-01-23) January 23, 1935
Years active1958-2007

Throughout his career, Evans has guest starred in television series, such as Wagon Train, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Sea Hunt, Cheyenne, The Rifleman, The Fugitive, Perry Mason, Gunsmoke, The Iron Horse, The Men from Shiloh, Star Trek (episode "Patterns of Force"), The High Chaparral and ‘’Bonanza.

On April 15, 1962, Evans was cast as a young cutthroat, Billy Deal, in the episode "Sunday" of the ABC-WB western series, Lawman. [1] He also was in a 1969 Lassie episode "No Margin For Error" (Season 16), playing Jeff Treat, a college student son of a local rancher who offers to help Ranger Scott survey a retired bombsite for a future grasslands area.

Evans also played secondary roles in several B-films.

Evans is best remembered for his portrayal of college English professor Paul Hanley in the ABC soap opera Peyton Place, a role which he played in 1965.[2]


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