Gary Lockwood Overview:

Actor, Gary Lockwood, was born John Gary Yurosek on Feb 21, 1937 in Van Nuys, CA. As of December 2020, Gary Lockwood was 83 years old.

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Danny Burke: You didn't tell me she was put together like that!
Mike Edwards: Can't you tell a nice girl when you meet one?
Danny Burke: Oh oh! Now he's a cub scout. What happened, somebody steal your wolf whistle?


Lola aka Cecile: [Lola is modeling for George, whose photo session is just about over] You have only one left. If you want me to do anything...
George Matthews: I like what I've got.
Lola aka Cecile: You don't seem particularly interested in photography.
George Matthews: I'm not. I'm more interested in you. Besides, I don't think the guys who come here give a damn for the art of photography, do they?
Lola aka Cecile: I don't judge the customers. It's not my concern.
George Matthews: It's kind of degrading work, isn't it? Why do you do it?
Lola aka Cecile: To make my living... But I don't like this word, "degrading." After all, I don't know what YOU do, to make your living.
Lola aka Cecile: Me? Nothing, right now.
Lola aka Cecile: [laughs somewhat mockingly] Then you don't run the risk of degrading yourself by working.
George Matthews: You're French.
Lola aka Cecile: As you can hear.
George Matthews: I followed you this morning.
Lola aka Cecile: Yes, I know... Good-bye.
George Matthews: Good-bye.


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Gary Lockwood Facts
One of his most memorable TV roles, and one of the most memorable on the series, was on a 1969 episode of "Love, American Style" (1969) in which he plays a guy who is told his mouth is too small. To test it out, he accidentally wraps his mouth around a doorknob and gets stuck! His co-star in that episode was none other than his wife at the time, Stefanie Powers.

Reliable over the years for playing boyish-faced bullies in westerns and police dramas.

Appeared in the "Star Trek" (1966) pilot episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before" and has since appeared at many of the "Star Trek" conventions. He recently attended the Trek Expo in Tulsa, Oklahoma (2002).

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