Was a recording artist and released a couple of albums and singles in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Played Secret Service agent James West in the CBS western The Wild Wild West (1965-69), and reprised the role in the TV movies The Wild, Wild West Revisited (1979) and More Wild Wild West (1980).
Did most of his stunts on The Wild Wild West, and while filming the 1968 episode "The Night of the Fugitives," suffered a fall that resulted in a concussion and a fractured skull.
Was a pitchman for Eveready batteries; he placed a battery on his shoulder and challenged viewers with what became a popular catchphrase, "I dare ya, I dare ya to call it regular."
He captained the NBC team six times in ABC's Battle of the Network Stars and, in a fit of pique over the squad's loss to ABC in a 1977 special, he challenged their squad's captain, Gabe Kaplan, to a decisive footrace and lost.
After NBC canceled his WWII-themed action series Baa Baa Black Sheep in 1977, he enticed network affiliates to reconsider and was able to film a second season as Black Sheep Squadron. But that didn't fly with viewers and the show was grounded for good after a year.
Beat out Robert Blake and Charles Bronson for the coveted role of French-Canadian trapper Pasquinel in the 24-hour 1978 miniseries Centennial, based on the James Michener novel.
Played a sheriff in Richard Marx's 1992 music video "Hazard."
Made an unsuccessful run for president of the Screen Actors Guild in 2005, when he was defeated by Alan Rosenberg.
Is in the Stuntmen's Hall of Fame.
1978, Golden Globe — Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama: Nominee
1977, People's Choice Awards — Favorite Male Performer in a New TV Program: Winner
Kaja — Daughter
LaVelda Fann — Wife
Joan Conrad Erwin — Daughter
Joan Kenlay — Ex-wife
Nancy Conrad — Daughter
Alice Jacqueline Hartman — Mother
Camille — Daughter
Chelsea — Daughter
Leonard Henry Falk — Father
Christy — Daughter
Shane Conrad — Son
Christian Conrad — Son
Attended Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, United States