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Name  Byron Palmer

Role  Actor

Died  September 30, 2009, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, United States
Movies  Man in the Attic, Emergency Hospital
Spouse  Georgine Darcy (m. 1974–2004), Ruth Hampton (m. 1954)
Parents  Harlan G. Palmer, Etheleyn Palmer
Similar People  Georgine Darcy, Ruth Hampton, Hugo Fregonese

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Byron Palmer (21 June 1920 – 30 September 2009) was an American stage and screen actor and singer.


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Early years

Palmer was the second of four children born to Harlan G. Palmer and Ethelyn Hunkins Palmer.

Film and stage

Palmer's film credits include Man in the Attic and The Best Things in Life Are Free, while he appeared in Bless You All`` and Where's Charley? on Broadway.


Palmer was the host of the 1955 syndicated variety program This Is Your Music (1955) and was one of the hosts of Bride and Groom, which was broadcast first on CBS and later on NBC in the 1950s.

Otherwise, he made a limited number of television appearances, including three episodes of Perry Mason. In his first appearance in 1960 he played murder victim Charles Houston in "The Case of the Wary Wildcatter." He retired from television after playing murderer Harper Green in the 1964 episode, "The Case of the Capering Camera."

Personal life

Palmer married actress Ruth Hampton in 1954. Later, until her death in 2004, Palmer was married for thirty years to actress and dancer Georgine Darcy.


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