Peter Marshall

Actor · Writer · Director
IVA Star Rating : 56
Ralph Pierre LaCock, better known by his stage name Peter Marshall, is an American television and radio personality, singer, and actor. He was the original host of The Hollywood Squares from 1966 to 1981 and has almost fifty television, movie, and Broadway credits. His stage name reportedly derived from the college in his home town.

Ralph Pierre LaCock, better known by his stage name Peter Marshall, is an American television and radio personality, singer, and actor. He was the original host of The Hollywood Squares from 1966 to 1981 and has almost fifty television, movie, and Broadway credits. His stage name reportedly derived from the college in his home town.

Birth Name

Ralph Pierre LaCock

Born

Tuesday, 30 March 1926

Actor Filmography

Kaye Ballard - The Show Goes On Self 2020
Game Changers Self - Host, Hollywood Squares 2018
Wait For Your Laugh Himself 2017
A Better Man Father of Bride 2013
Tony Robinson's Gods & Monsters Himself - Warwick University 2011
ITV Exposure Himself - Reporter 2011
The Florence Henderson Show Himself 2008
Pioneers of Television Himself 2008
Mortified Handyman #1 2006
Edgar G. Ulmer - The Man Off-screen Self 2004
(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

Kaye Ballard - The Show Goes On Self 2020
Game Changers Self - Host, Hollywood Squares 2018
Wait For Your Laugh Himself 2017
A Better Man Father of Bride 2013
Tony Robinson's Gods & Monsters Himself - Warwick University 2011
ITV Exposure Himself - Reporter 2011
The Florence Henderson Show Himself 2008
Pioneers of Television Himself 2008
Mortified Handyman #1 2006
Edgar G. Ulmer - The Man Off-screen Self 2004
Teddy Bears' Picnic Himself 2002
E! Mysteries & Scandals Himself 1998
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Game Show Host 1996
E! True Hollywood Story Himself 1996
MADtv Himself 1995
The Parent 'Hood Chuck Roxbury 1995
Burke's Law Mr. Game Show 1994
Sista dansen Host in Blackpool 1993
Time Trax Foreman 1993
In Living Color Himself 1990
Mission: Impossible Male Reporter 1988
Stormy Monday Chief Constable 1988
Yahtzee Host 1988
Sledge Hammer! Bob Kenny 1986
Automan Keith Gillette 1983
Hotel Garrett Rhodes 1982
Annie Bert Healy 1982
The Toni Tennille Show Himself 1979
Americathon Peter Marshall / Himself 1979
Everyday Himself 1978
WKRP in Cincinnati Phil Tarry 1978
Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Betty White Himself - Comedian 1978
America 2-Night Himself 1978
Rabbit Test Peter Marshall (as Peter La Cock) 1978
The Jim Nabors Show Himself 1978
Harold Robbins' 79 Park Avenue Brian Whitfield 1977
Big Hawaii Fred Whipple 1977
Lou Grant McQueen 1977
CHiPs Himself, Peter Marshall, Vincent 1977
The Love Boat Dr. Todd Gardiner, Franklin 1977
Fantasy Island Tom Wilkerson 1977
Liar's Club Himself 1976
Lanigan's Rabbi Mike Alessio 1976
Match Game PM Himself - Panelist 1975
The Hostages Tim 1975
Happy Anniversary and Goodbye Greg Carter 1974
Dinah! Himself 1974
All-Star Baffle Himself 1973
Joanne Carson's VIPs Himself 1972
Banacek Hal Parker 1972
The Good Life Trevor Phipps 1971
Stand Up and Cheer Himself 1971
The Pet Set Himself 1971
Love, American Style Arnold Pfister, Freddie Knockman, Stan 1969
It's Your Bet Himself 1969
Allen Ludden's Gallery Himself 1969
Della Himself 1969
Liar's Club Himself 1969
The Storybook Squares Host 1969
It Takes Two Himself (as Peter & Nadene) 1968
Maryjane 1968
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Himself 1967
The Woody Woodbury Show Himself 1967
The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) Himself - Host, Host 1965
Ensign Pulver Carney (as Peter L. Marshall) 1964
You Don't Say Himself 1963
The Match Game Himself - Team Captain 1962
The Lucy Show Hughie 1962
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Himself - Guest, Himself 1962
I Love, You Love Narrator 1962
The Mike Douglas Show Himself - TV Game Show Host, Himself, Himself - Co-Host 1961
Swingin' Along Duke 1961
The Rookie Japanese Submarine Sailor 1959
The Big Party Himself 1959
The Bell Telephone Hour Himself - Singer 1959
77 Sunset Strip Charles Bell 1958
The Garry Moore Show Himself 1958
Harbor Command Pinkey Parker 1957
Men of Annapolis Coach 1957
The 20th Century-Fox Hour Mechanic 1955
The Millionaire Harry Mercer 1955
The George Gobel Show Himself 1954
Stage Show Himself 1954
The 49th Man Leo Wayne 1953
Starlift Himself (as Noonan and Marshall) 1951
F.B.I. Girl Television Act (as Pete Marshall) 1951
The Return Of Jesse James George 1950
Let There Be Stars 1949
The Ed Sullivan Show Comedian 1948

Director Filmography

1973 Emmy Outstanding Achievement by Individuals in Daytime Programming Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Daytime Programming - Individuals Nominated
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