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Frank Collison

Name  Frank Collison
Role  Actor

Spouse  Laura Gardner
Children  Gabe Collison
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Born  February 14, 1950 (age 65) (1950-02-14) Evanston, Illinois
Parents  Peg Collison, John Collison
Education  University of California, San Diego, San Francisco State University
Movies and TV shows  Dr Quinn - Medicine Woman, The Happening, The Whole Ten Yards, The Village, O Brother - Where Art Thou?
Similar People  Jim Knobeloch, William Shockley, Shawn Toovey, Orson Bean, Jonelle Allen

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Frank Collison (born February 14, 1950) is an American actor known to television audiences as the hapless telegrapher Horace Bing in the series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.

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Early life

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Collison was born in Evanston, Illinois, the son of Peg, a publicist, director, and English teacher, and John Collison, a speech therapist, actor, and writer. Collison played his first role as a six-month-old mascot at The Tent Theatre in Granville, Ohio. His mother directed him in a number of plays as a youth in Virginia and Ohio. When he was a young boy, he assisted his father touring with his one-man Abraham Lincoln show. His father was chosen to play Lincoln for the centennial celebration of Lincoln's first inauguration in Washington, DC; Frank played the young Tad Lincoln.

Stage

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Collison trained at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, earning a BA in theatre from the San Francisco State University. He then helped to establish a summer theatre company in the Sierra Nevadas, and went on to gain an MFA in acting at University of California, San Diego. Between acting jobs he has worked as a substitute teacher, diaper service dispatcher and forest firefighter. Appearing in over 150 productions, he has worked off Broadway and in regional theatres in California, Boston, and Denver. His theatrical roles have been as varied as "Jacob Marley" in A Christmas Carol to "Miss Havisham" in Great Expectations to "Puck" in A Midsummer Night's Dream. Collison is a founding member of the Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice, California, which has won over 25 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards.

Film

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Collison's films include The Blob, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, Alien Nation, Wild at Heart, Mobsters, The Last Boy Scout, Buddy, Diggstown, My Summer Story, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, The Majestic, The Whole Ten Yards, Hidalgo, Hope Springs, The Village, Suspect Zero, The Happening, Hesher, Hitchcock and L.A. Slasher.

Television

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Collison is best known to TV audiences as Horace Bing, the bumbling telegraph operator, on CBS's long-running series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. His numerous other television appearances have included guest-starring roles on Monk, HBO's Carnivàle, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Criminal Minds, Seventh Heaven, Matlock, NYPD Blue, Hill Street Blues, Stargate Atlantis and Good Luck Charlie. In 2016 he appeared in the sixth season of the anthological series American Horror Story (Roanoke). He is a recurring voice actor by playing Grandpa Goodman in the Adult Swim original Mr. Pickles.

Personal life

Collison lives in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Laura Gardner, and his three children. Gabe Collison, his youngest child, is a member of the Crescenta Valley track team, colloquially known as the "dream team". He remains active in theatre while pursuing a film career.

References

Frank Collison Wikipedia


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