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Dick York
Birthday: September 4, 1928

Birth Place: Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
Height: 6' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Dick York. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Actor Dick York started out as a child performer on radio, playing important roles in such airwaves favorites as Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy. In the early '50s, York began showing up in New York-based instructional films, including a now-infamous reel about proper dating etiquette. Establishing himself as one of Broadway's most versatile young character actors, he was seen in such major productions as Tea and Sympathy, Bus Stop, and Night of the Auk. In films from 1955, York's most famous movie role was schoolteacher Bertram Cates in Inherit the Wind, the 1960 dramatization of the Scopes Monkey Trial. Though a prolific TV guest star, he didn't settle down on a weekly series until 1962, when he co-starred with Gene Kelly and Leo G. Carroll in a short-lived video adaptation of Going My Way. Two years later, he landed his signature role: Darren Stephens, the eternally flustered husband of glamorous witch Samantha Stephens (Elizabeth Montgomery), in Bewitched. He remained with the series until 1969, when a recurring back ailment (the legacy of an on-set injury suffered while filming the 1959 feature They Came to Cordura) forced York to relinquish the role of Darren to Dick Sargent. Though he was for all intents and purposes retired from acting, York remained active on behalf of several pro-social causes. He was the founder of Acting for Life, an organization designed to help the homeless help themselves. Living a spartan existence in Grand Rapids, MI, an increasingly infirm Dick York tirelessly continued giving of himself for the benefit of others until his death from emphysema in 1992.

Movie Credits
Daddy Does His Thing (1969)
The Battle of Burning Oak (1969)
Samantha, the Sculptress (1969)
Samantha, the Bard (1969)
Inherit the Wind (1965)
The Charley Shutup Story (1962)
The Clementine Jones Story (1961)
Incident of the Broken Word (1961)
You Can't Be a Little Girl All Your Life (1961)
The Doubtful Doctor (1960)
The Purple Testament (1960)
[ Warren Oates ]
Inherit the Wind (1960)
[ Gene Kelly ][ Spencer Tracy ][ Harry Morgan ][ Norman Fell ][ Claude Akins ]
They Came to Cordura (1959)
[ Gary Cooper ][ Tab Hunter ][ Michael Callan ]
Made in Japan (1959)
The Last Blitzkrieg (1959)
[ Van Johnson ]
The Blessington Method (1959)
The Dusty Drawer (1959)
The Time of Your Life (1958)
[ Jack Klugman ]
The Last Clear Chance (1958)
[ Boy George ]
Cowboy (1958)
[ Jack Lemmon ][ Glenn Ford ][ Strother Martin ][ Robert Urich ]
The Ken Leighton Story (1958)
The Weston Strain (1957)
Operation Mad Ball (1957)
[ Jack Lemmon ][ Mickey Rooney ][ Blake Edwards ]
A Man's World (1956)
Mock Trial (1956)
Million Dollar Rookie (1955)
Three Stripes in the Sun (1955)
[ Chuck Connors ][ Aldo Ray ]
My Sister Eileen (1955)
[ Jack Lemmon ][ Blake Edwards ]
How Friendly Are You? (1951)
Last Date (1950)
Shy Guy (1947)


  • York first injured his back while working on the 1959 film They Came to Cordura (1959).
  • At the age of 15, York was the star of the network radio program "That Brewster Boy"
  • Buried at Plainfield Cemetery, Rockford, Kent County, Michigan.
  • Moved to Michigan in the mid-80s to care for his wife's ill mother, and was diagnosed with emphysema shortly after.
  • Was left impoverished in 1976 after a real estate investment failed, and was on welfare for a time.
  • Started a charity called "Acting for Life". He spent most of his time on the telephone raising money for the homeless and getting people to donate food and clothing.
  • He and his family suffered during the depression from starvation and loss of money. York said that what had inspired him to start his charity Acting for Life which helped the homeless.
  • Special furniture was used on the set of "Bewitched" (1964) for him due to his back problems. Other cast and crew members also helped him get around on the set. He had to leave the show when he suddenly collapsed one day on the set in 1969.

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