(written from a Production point of view)
As an actor, he appeared in episodes of The Lively Ones (1962) and McCloud (1972) as well as in TV movies like The Lonely Profession (1969) and Drive Hard, Drive Fast (1973, starring Joan Collins and featuring Joseph Campanella). In those TV movies he also provided stunts. Among his feature films are Lad: A Dog (1962) and The Reluctant Astronaut (1967).
He also provided stunts for several television series, including The Rat Patrol (1966 to 1968, alongside Frank Babich, Nick Dimitri, Gary Epper, Jesse Wayne and Dick Warlock), It Takes a Thief (1970, episode featuring Lee Bergere), The Name of the Game (1968 to 1971), again McCloud (1973) and Ironside (1974).
He was a stunt performer on movies such as What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? and Beau Geste (with Malachi Throne, Victor Lundin, Mario Roccuzzo, Gary Combs, Chuck Couch, Robert Herron, Robert F. Hoy, and stunt coordination by Hal Needham, both 1966), First to Fight and Tobruk (with Lawrence Montaigne, Bob Hoy, Paul Baxley, Gil Perkins, and Paul Stader, both 1967), Ice Station Zebra (1968), Patton and There Was a Crooked Man... (both 1970).