Premise

A golden-age series of original live dramas and adaptations of classic works. The series, which earned numerous Emmys nominations during its 10-year run, won for Best Dramatic Show in 1952. `Studio One' creator and producer Worthington C. Miner encouraged innovation and creativity at all levels. Among its most memorable productions is the one that opened the 1954 season, `Twelve Angry Men,' which won Emmys for writing (Reginald Rose), directing (Franklin Schaffner) and acting (Robert Cummings).

Guest Stars

Arthur Storch
Seymour Miller
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Charlton Heston
Heathcliff, Philip Carey
2 Episodes (2015-2015)
Frank Marth
2nd Actor, First Reporter
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Ian Wolfe
Judge Marsala
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Martin Balsam
Francis Toohey
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Ralph Bellamy
Walter Preston
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Richard Kiley
Joe, Mr. Dean
2 Episodes (2015-2015)
Rosetta LeNoire
Mary Ellen Bailey
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Steve McQueen
Joseph Gordon
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
William Shatner
Kenneth Preston
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
David J. Stewart
Dr. Victor Wallach, Victor Wallach
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Eileen Ryan
Betsy Fuller
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Mary Sinclair
Catherine Earnshaw, Meg March
2 Episodes (2015-2015)
Vivian Nathan
Mrs. Gordon
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Ed Asner
3rd Actor
1 Episode (2000)
John McGovern
Dr. Horace Bell
1 Episode (2000)
Kent Smith
Friedrich Bhaer
1 Episode (2015)
Lee Remick
Elaine Bayley
1 Episode (2015)
Michael Higgins
Sgt. James Sheeley
1 Episode (2000)
Robert Emhardt
District Attorney
1 Episode (2015)
Stanley Ridges
Police Chief Scott Anderson
1 Episode (2015)
Warren Beatty
1st Card Player
1 Episode (2000)
Warren Oates
2nd Card Player
1 Episode (2000)
Wynne Gibson
Doris Anderson
1 Episode (2015)
John Gibson
Mary's Father
1 Episode (2000)
Norman Rose
2nd Announcer
1 Episode (2000)
Casey Allen
1st Announcer
1 Episode (2000)
Fritz Weber
3rd Card Player
1 Episode (2000)
Guy Sorel
Henry Griffiths
1 Episode (2015)
Peg Hillias
Margaret March
1 Episode (2015)
Rudy Bond
Peter D'Agostino
1 Episode (2000)