Mark Slade

1939

Mark Slade was born in Salem, Massachusetts. In 1956, he enrolled at the Worcester Academy, intending to make a career of his great interest and hobby, cartooning. However, after filling in at the last minute for a sick classmate in a play entitled "The Male Animal", he founds himself smitten with the stage-bug and decided to become an actor, instead.Success didn't come to Mark overnight, but a combination of talent and hard work (not to mention youthful good-looks) resulted in appearances in numerous films and TV productions, including the role of the perpetually sea-sick "Radioman Patrick Hollis" in the series, The Wackiest Ship in the Army (1965). After that came the part that Mark is probably best known for to this day - the role of the handsome, young, blue-eyed cowboy in the Western series The High Chaparral (1967), where his outstanding portrayal of "Billy Blue Cannon" contributed greatly to the popularity and success of that series. He himself became extremely popular the world

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