Teddy Eccles (born June 9, 1955) is known for roles he played as a child actor. He appeared in several television series and feature films in the 1960s and 1970s. Eccles may be best known for his starring role in the 1969 film My Side of the Mountain and the voice of Aaron in the television holiday special The Little Drummer Boy.
|Other names||Ted Eccles|
As an adult, Eccles has moved behind the camera, as an Executive Producer of the TV show Flip My Food.
|1960||‘’Shirley Temple’s Storybook Winnie the Pooh’’||Christopher Robin||This was Teddy’s first role|
|1962||Mister Ed||Bobby Ainsworth||TV series, episodes: "No Horses Allowed"|
|1964||The Munsters||Wilbur Ramsey||TV series, episodes: "Herman the Great"|
|1967||The Big Valley episode "The Price of Victory"||Johnny Kilbain (Son of Jack Kilbain)||TV Series|
|1967||The Beverly Hillbillies episode "Little Monster"||Milburn Drysdale (Nephew of banker Milburn Drysdale)||TV Series|
|1968||The Little Drummer Boy||Aaron (voice)||TV special|
|1969||Anderson and Company||Ansford Anderson||TV movie|
|1969||Daniel Boone||Jason||TV series, episodes: "Hannah Comes Home"|
|1969||My Side of the Mountain||Sam Gribley||Feature film|
|1970||The Phynx||Wee Johnny Wilson||Feature film|
|1970||San Francisco International||Davey Scott||TV movie/series pilot|
|1974||Bad Ronald||Duane Matthews||TV movie|
|1974||If I Love You, Am I Trapped Forever?||Alan Bennett||TV movie|
|1974||M*A*S*H||Private Chapman||TV series, episode: "Private Charles Lamb"|
|1974||The Waltons||Michael West||TV series, episodes: "The Ring" and "The First Day"|
|1976||Eleanor and Franklin||Franklin Roosevelt (age 16)||TV movie|
|1976||Dr. Shrinker||Brad Fulton||part of Krofft Supershow|
|1977||Quincy, M.E.||Chris Davis||TV series, episode: "The Deadly Connection"|
- Holmstrom, John. The Moving Picture Boy: An International Encyclopaedia from 1895 to 1995. Norwich, Michael Russell, 1996, p. 309-310.
- Teddy Eccles on IMDb
- Teddy Eccles at the TCM Movie Database
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