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Wayne Rogers
Birthday: April 7, 1933

Birth Place: Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Height: 6' 3"

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



Tough around the edges and with a handsome durability, Alabama-born Wayne Rogers had graduated from Princeton with a history degree in 1954 and joined the Navy before giving acting a thought. During his military service, however, he became associated with theater by happenstance and decided to give it a try after his discharge. He started things off by studying with renown actor Sanford Meisner and dancer Martha Graham at the Neighborhood Playhouse. He toiled for years in off-Broadway and regional plays ("Bus Stop", "No Time for Sergeants") and had a short stint on the daytime soap "The Edge of Night" (1956) before making a minor dent in films, including small roles in Odds Against Tomorrow (1959), The Glory Guys (1965), and Cool Hand Luke (1967). He also co-starred opposite William Bendix in the short-lived TV western series "Stagecoach West" (1960), and co-produced and wrote the script for the cult sci-fi cheapie _Astro-Zombies, The (1969)_ in between. It wasn't until 1972 when the 39-year-old Rogers nabbed the role of "Trapper John", a Korean War surgeon, in the classic comedy series "M*A*S*H" (1972) that he found the stardom that had eluded him for over a decade and a half. Alongside Alan Alda's "Hawkeye Pierce", the TV show was a huge hit and the two enjoyed equal success at the beginning. Slowly, however, Wayne's character started getting the short end of the stick as the wry, sardonic, highly appealing Alda became a resounding audience favorite. Frustrated at turning second-banana to Alda, he quit the series (his character was discharged) after three seasons amid a contractual dispute. Mike Farrell replaced him in the cohort role of B.J. Hunnicut. TV movies came his way throughout the late 70s and a couple more comedy series, including "House Calls" (1979), in which Wayne received a Golden Globe nomination, but nothing would equal the success he found during the "M*A*S*H" (1972) years. Sporadic filming in Once in Paris... (1978), The Hot Touch (1982), The Gig (1985) and _Killing Time, The (1987/I)_ also failed to raise his amiable profile. In later years, Wayne found renewed respect as a businessman and investor, having managed the affairs of such stars as Peter Falk and James Caan, among others.

Movie Credits
Nobody Knows Anything! (2003)
[ Ben Stiller ][ Mike Myers ][ Robert Englund ][ Fred Willard ][ Ryan Stiles ]
Miracle Dogs (2003)
[ Stacy Keach ][ Josh Hutcherson ][ Daniel Roebuck ][ K.C. Clyde ]
3 Days of Rain (2002)
[ Jason Patric ][ Robert Carradine ][ Mark Feuerstein ][ Keir Dullea ][ Erick Avari ]
Coo Coo Cafe (2000)
Frozen with Fear (2000)
Love Lies Bleeding (1999)
[ Malcolm McDowell ][ Paul Rhys ]
Ghosts of Mississippi (1996)
[ Alec Baldwin ][ William H Macy ][ William H. Macy ][ James Woods ][ Lucas Black ]
A Quaking in Aspen (1995)
Fatal Paradise (1994)
Deadly Assets (1994)
Dead Eye (1993)
The Goodbye Bird (1993)
Miracle Landing (1990)
[ James Cromwell ][ Will Estes ][ Armin Shimerman ]
Passion and Paradise (1989)
[ Armand Assante ][ Rod Steiger ][ Ron White ]
Drop-Out Mother (1988)
Bluegrass (1988)
[ Mickey Rooney ][ Anthony Andrews ][ Brian Kerwin ]
The Killing Time (1987)
[ Kiefer Sutherland ][ Michael Madsen ][ Beau Bridges ][ Lloyd Bridges ][ Joe Don Baker ]
American Harvest (1987)
[ Casey Siemaszko ][ Courtney Gains ][ Chris Young ]
The Girl Who Spelled Freedom (1986)
One Terrific Guy (1986)
The Gig (1985)
[ Cleavon Little ]
I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later (1985)
[ Brandon Call ][ Mackenzie Astin ][ John Bennett Perry ]
The Lady from Yesterday (1985)
[ Pat Hingle ]
He's Fired, She's Hired (1984)
The Hot Touch (1982)
Top of the Hill (1980)
[ Mel Ferrer ]
Once in Paris... (1978)
Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery (1978)
[ Robert Reed ]
It Happened One Christmas (1977)
[ Orson Welles ][ Christopher Guest ][ C. Thomas Howell ]
Having Babies II (1977)
[ Cliff Gorman ]
The November Plan (1976)
White Gold (1975)
[ McLean Stevenson ]
Payday (1975)
[ McLean Stevenson ]
Big Mac (1975)
[ McLean Stevenson ]
Love and Marriage (1975)
[ McLean Stevenson ][ Dennis Dugan ]
Attack on Terror: The FBI vs. the Ku Klux Klan (1975)
[ Rip Torn ][ Ned Beatty ][ Dabney Coleman ][ Geoffrey Lewis ][ Peter Strauss ]
Pocket Money (1972)
[ Paul Newman ][ Lee Marvin ][ Terrence Malick ][ Hector Elizondo ][ Richard Farnsworth ]
Deadfall (1970)
WUSA (1970)
[ Paul Newman ][ Anthony Perkins ][ Pat Hingle ]
The Ninth Man (1968)
The Legend of John Rim (1967)
[ Tom Skerritt ]
The Extortionist (1967)
Cool Hand Luke (1967)
[ Paul Newman ][ Dennis Hopper ][ Harry Dean Stanton ][ George Kennedy ][ Joe Don Baker ]
Chamber of Horrors (1966)
[ Tony Curtis ]
The Glory Guys (1965)
[ James Caan ][ Sam Peckinpah ][ Slim Pickens ]
A Stranger to the House (1965)
[ Harold Gould ]
Cody's Code (1962)
Odds Against Tomorrow (1959)
[ Robert Ryan ][ Harry Belafonte ]
False Witness (1959)


  • When he left "M*A*S*H" (1972), he was sued for breach of contract, but the case was thrown out because he had no contract. Producers wanted him to sign a morality clause, in which he could be suspended or fired at any time, and he refused because he wanted the same privilege regarding the producers.
  • Attended Ramsay High School in Birmingham, Alabama.
  • Attended Princeton University
  • Was the second actor to play the "M*A*S*H" character Trapper John McIntyre. The first one being Elliott Gould in the film MASH (1970) and the third one being Pernell Roberts on the TV series "Trapper John, M.D." (1979).
  • In addition to the disputes about contracts, he says he also left "M*A*S*H" (1972) because he felt the writers were not giving Trapper John any character development.
  • Described "M*A*S*H" (1972) co-star McLean Stevenson as being "one of the funniest men I had ever met", fondly recalling in an interview a day on the set where Stevenson had been goofing around with a fly swatter.
  • After leaving "M*A*S*H" (1972), he turned down the lead role in the TV series "Trapper John, M.D." (1979) because he did not want to be typecast as a doctor on television.
  • Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame [December 13, 2005].

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