Susan Oliver

Celebrity

Biography, Latest News & Videos

VIDEO: Father Knows Best: Country Cousin

click to playclick to play
Father Knows Best: Country Cousin
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 26:00
Aired: 3/5/1958

The Andersons' country cousin Milly comes to stay. watch

VIDEO: Prisoner of Love

click to playclick to play
Prisoner of Love
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 25:45
Aired: 2/10/1964

A beautiful young prisoner manages to charm both Barney and Andy. watch

VIDEO: Prisoner of Love

click to playclick to play
Prisoner of Love
Paid | iTunes
Length: 23:05:27
Aired: 2/10/1964

A beautiful prisoner threatens to crumble the security of the Mayberry jail, as both Andy and Barney fall for her charms. watch

Videos

Loggerheads Scene: Beach
Loggerheads
Gene Krupa Story, The - (Original Trailer)
Butterfield 8

More Clips & Interviews

   FULL MOVIE
Ginger In the Morning
   FULL MOVIE
Ginger In the Morning
   FULL MOVIE
Company of Killers
   FULL MOVIE
Monitors

More Susan Oliver Movies Videos

 FULL EPISODE
Journey from San Juan
 FULL EPISODE
Star Trek: Voyager: Heroes and Demons
 FULL EPISODE
The Terratin Incident
 FULL EPISODE
The Bow Wow Affair

More Susan Oliver On TV Videos

TV Listings

Loading...

Credits

Year Title Description
2005 Loggerheads Movie, Costumes
1981 Hardly Working Movie, Actor - Claire Trent
1977 Widows' Nest Movie, Actor - Isabel
1973 Ginger In The Morning Movie, Actor
1970 Company Of Killers Movie, Actor - Thelma Dwyer

More Credits (65)

News

Who was that gorgeous Russian ...

Question: Who was that gorgeous Russian actor in The Man from U.N.C.L.E.? Not Napoleon, the other man. Thanks, hon.


Answer: You're quite welcome, hon. And let me point out that while Russian U.N.C.L.E. agent Ilya Kuryakin, was played by Scottish actor David McCallum, the actor would most likely accept "gorgeous" over some of the other adjectives love-struck women came up with at the time.

Take, for example, the word "cute," a favorite of fan magazines during the tongue-in-cheek spy series' 1964-68 run on NBC. "That's an American word I hate," McCallum, who played opposite Robert Vaughn's American agent, Napoleon Solo, told TV Guide in 1966. "A litter of mongrel puppies is cute."

Of course, the actor didn't have much say over how his female fans — and there were a lot of them — treated him and neith read more

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular