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Vic Morrow
Birthday: February 14, 1929

Birth Place: The Bronx, New York, USA (some sources say 1931, 1932)
Height: 5' 9"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Vic Morrow. 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.



Born in the Bronx, Vic Morrow dropped out of high school at 17 to join the U.S. Navy. When he left the Navy, he used the G.I. Bill to study pre-law at Florida State. While Morrow was working on his degree in Law, he also took part in a school play and found that he preferred stage acting to courtroom acting. When he went to New York, Morrow enrolled in the Actors' Workshop to improve his skills. After graduating, he was cast in the summer stock production of "A Streetcar Named Desire". His screen debut came when he was signed by MGM to play a tough-talking, surly street punk in Blackboard Jungle (1955). The good news was that he was now in the movies, but the bad news was that he became typecast as a heavy. Disappointed with this situation, Morrow left MGM after a few years and headed back to school to study directing at USC. He made some appearances on television and in 1962 found a role that brought him fame and made him the "hero": the TV series "Combat!" (1962), in which he played Sgt. Chip Saunders, veteran squad leader. Due to his demands, the show quickly went from an alternating showcase between platoon leader Lt. Hanley (Rick Jason) and Sgt. Saunders to one featuring mainly Saunders. With the success of the show, Morrow put to use what he had learned at USC and directed some episodes. In 1965 he and his wife divorced, and two years later the series ended. These two events put him into a personal and professional slide. By 1969 he began almost a decade of making made-for-TV movies, with an occasional foray into features. Most of his roles, though, put him back as a "heavy", although he did have a good part as a tough L.A. cop going up against out-of-town mobsters in a two-part episode of "Police Story" (1973) that was later released as a telefeature. While he worked in the theater and looked forward to the big screen, most of his roles were in "B" pictures such as Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974) and Treasure of Matecumbe (1976). He got good reviews playing Walter Matthau's nemesis in the hit comedy The Bad News Bears (1976), but was not involved in any of the following sequels, and he seemed to be stuck in a rut of "B" features and average made-for-TV films. With the failure of his second marriage, the death of his mother and the scarcity of good parts, Morrow hit the bottle, which did his career even less good. In 1982, however, he refocused his drive and made a comeback in Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983), but was unfortunately killed in a tragic accident on the set while filming a scene involving a helicopter.

Movie Credits
Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983)
[ Steven Spielberg ][ Dan Aykroyd ][ John Lithgow ][ Albert Brooks ][ Burgess Meredith ]
1990: I guerrieri del Bronx (1982)
[ Fred Williamson ]
Abenko gongsu gundan (1982)
Ultimo squalo, L' (1981)
Angel in Hiding (1980)
Humanoids from the Deep (1980)
[ Doug McClure ]
The Seekers (1979)
[ Eric Stoltz ][ Ed Harris ][ George Hamilton ][ Brian Keith ][ Robert Reed ]
The Evictors (1979)
[ Ron White ]
Stone (1979)
[ Dennis Weaver ][ Pat Hingle ]
Angels in Vegas (1978)
Uchu kara no messeji (1978)
[ Sonny Chiba ]
Wild and Wooly (1978)
[ Aaron Spelling ][ Doug McClure ]
The K Group: Part 1 (1977)
The Ghost of Cypress Swamp (1977)
[ Jeff East ]
Funeral for an Assassin (1977)
Curse of the Black Widow (1977)
[ Sid Caesar ]
The Hostage Heart (1977)
[ Carl Weathers ][ Philip Baker Hall ][ Stephen Davies ]
The Man with the Power (1977)
Treasure of Matecumbe (1976)
[ Peter Ustinov ][ Brion James ][ Dick Van Patten ]
The Bad News Bears (1976)
[ Walter Matthau ][ Jackie Earle Haley ]
Jeune fille libre le soir (1975)
[ Robert Vaughn ]
The Night That Panicked America (1975)
[ John Ritter ][ Ron Rifkin ][ Tom Bosley ][ Casey Kasem ]
Death Stalk (1975)
[ Norman Fell ][ Vince Edwards ]
The California Kid (1974)
[ Martin Sheen ][ Nick Nolte ][ Joe Estevez ]
The Take (1974)
[ Billy Dee Williams ][ Edward Albert ][ Eddie Albert ][ A Martinez ]
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974)
[ Peter Fonda ][ Roddy McDowall ]
Countdown: Part 1 (1974)
[ John Bennett Perry ][ Michael Callan ]
Nightmare (1974)
[ Richard Crenna ]
Tom Sawyer (1973)
[ Buddy Ebsen ][ Warren Oates ][ Jeff East ]
The Police Story (1973)
[ Chuck Connors ][ John Bennett Perry ]
The Twenty-Four Karat Plague (1973)
[ Herb Edelman ]
Murder Is for the Birds (1973)
Slow Boy (1973)
The Weekend Nun (1972)
The Glass House (1972)
[ Alan Alda ][ Billy Dee Williams ][ Truman Capote ][ Clu Gulager ][ Alan Vint ]
Center of Peril (1971)
River of Mystery (1971)
[ Claude Akins ]
Travis Logan, D.A. (1971)
[ Hal Holbrook ][ Chris Robinson ][ Jerry Douglas ]
A Step Out of Line (1971)
[ Tom Bosley ]
Target: Harry (1969)
[ Cesar Romero ]
Jonah (1967)
Nightmare on the Red Ball Run (1967)
A Little Jazz (1967)
The Masquers (1967)
Death at the Stock Car Races (1964)
[ James Whitmore ]
Posse from Hell (1961)
[ Lee Van Cleef ][ John Saxon ]
Portrait of a Mobster (1961)
Beat the Drum Slowly (1960)
[ Ray Walston ]
Cimarron (1960)
[ Glenn Ford ][ Harry Morgan ][ Russ Tamblyn ]
The Tommy Karpeles Story (1960)
The Avenger (1960)
The Nick Joseph Story (1959)
The Angry Gun (1958)
God's Little Acre (1958)
[ Michael Landon ][ Robert Ryan ][ Aldo Ray ]
King Creole (1958)
[ Elvis Presley ][ Walter Matthau ]
Hell's Five Hours (1958)
Men in War (1957)
[ Robert Ryan ][ Aldo Ray ]
Tribute to a Bad Man (1956)
[ Lee Van Cleef ]
It's a Dog's Life (1955)
Blackboard Jungle (1955)
[ Sidney Poitier ][ Glenn Ford ][ Jamie Farr ]


  • Daughters, Carrie Morrow (b. 1958) and Jennifer Leigh Morrow, (aka Jennifer Jason Leigh) (b. 1962).
  • Attented school in the bronx with producer Brandon Chase
  • Killed, along with two child actors, on the set of Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983) when a helicopter crashed and landed on top of them.
  • Interred at Hillside Memorial Park, Culver City, California, USA.
  • He appeared with Elvis Presley in King Creole (1958).
  • Was of Russian ancestry.
  • At the time of his death, he had a pet dog named Macho.
  • Despite playing heavies before and since, plus Saunders in "Combat", Morrow disliked guns. This according to Combat Co-star Rick Jason, who said Vic turned down his offer to shoot skeet, by saying he "can't stand to kill clay"
  • Personally thanked director John Landis for the opportunity to star in Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983). Morrow was excited about what turned out to be his final film, considering it a welcome change of pace from the myriad (and mostly-foreign) B-pictures he had been forced to fall back on during most of the 1970s.
  • The pilot episode of his TV series "Combat!" (1962), was directed by Boris Sagal. Two decades after collaborating, Sagal and Morrow would die almost exactly the same way (struck by a helicopter's rotor blade)...within a year of each other, both while shooting a movie on location. For Sagal, it was World War III (1982) (TV); for Morrow, it was Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983).
  • His funeral was attended by "Combat!" (1962) co-stars Dick Peabody and Rick Jason...and by John Landis, who directed Morrow in Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983). All three gave separate eulogies; Peabody also served as one of Vic's pallbearers.

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