Peter Breck

Peter Breck

A club singer in Houston, Texas back in the early days, he put together a CD entitled "Just Kickin' Back with Peter Breck." It is all original tunes.

According to his wife, he suffers from dementia, but is physically healthy and does not need any medication.

Along with Leonard Nimoy, David McCallum, Cliff Robertson and Barbara Rush, he is one of only five actors to appear in both "The Outer Limits" (1963) and the revival "The Outer Limits" (1995).

Best known for his starring role as Nick Barkley on "The Big Valley" (1965).

He lived in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada since the early 1980s with his wife, Diana Bourne. Their son, Christopher Breck, died of leukemia in his twenties in 2005. He is survived by his wife, Diana Bourne Breck of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He founded an acting school in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

His parents divorced and remarried when he was quite young. Had a younger half-brother, Georgie, who died at age 24 of heart problems, from his father's remarriage, and two sisters, Judith and Virginia, from his mother's remarriage.

Lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, with his wife, Diana Bourne.

Served in the Navy, and on the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Son of a traveling jazz musician. He was raised by his grandparents in Haverhill, Massachusetts. He served in the United States Navy. After his naval services, he studied drama and English at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas where he performed in theater productions at the Alley Theater in Houston, Texas before moving to the Arena Theater in Washington D.C. where Robert Mitchum saw him in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Man of Destiny," and offered him a small role in his next film, "Thunder Road.".

Stepfather was Al Weber, who was the sports editor of the Rochester - Times Union in Rochester, New York.

Writes a column for Wildest Westerns magazine.