Rod Cameron Overview:

Actor, Rod Cameron, was born Nathan Roderick Cox on Dec 7, 1910 in Calgary, Canada. Cameron died at the age of 73 on Dec 21, 1983 in Gainesville, GA .



He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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Rod Cameron Quotes:

Rance Hudson: Nice job, Sheriff. That was almost worth the price of admission.
Sheriff Bob Reynolds: That's not the final round, Hudson.
Clint Farrel: Next time, you'll be in the ring.

Slade, the crooked Deputy: You haven't got enough evidence to swing a jury.
Clint Farrel: I've got enough evidence for you to swing a rope.

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According to one reference book, Rod supposedly had a daughter from a very early and unreported first marriage.

Involved in juvenile welfare at various boys' schools and orphanages, especially St. Mary's School for Indian Children.

He appeared in the very first "Alias Smith and Jones" (1971) episode that co-starred Roger Davis alongside series star Ben Murphy. Davis replaced Pete Duel after the actor committed suicide by gun on New Year's Eve 1971.

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