Venice, California, USA
Claim to Fame
The Sixth Sense (1972)
Profile Bio Text
Gary Ennis Collins (born April 30, 1938) is an American film and television actor. Collins was born in Venice, California to a waitress/factory worker mother. He served in the U.S. Army in Europe. He is known for his roles in the 1970 film Airport, in the 1965 The Wackiest Ship in the Army (TV series), in the 1969 Andy Griffith film, "Angel in My Pocket", and for starring in the 1972 television series The Sixth Sense as parapsychologist Dr. Michael Rhodes and in the 1974 television series Born Free as wildlife conservationist George Adamson. Later in his career, Collins hosted a few television talk shows, including Hour Magazine and The Home Show. In 1993 during a segment about influenza vaccines, a physician guest mistakenly gave Sarah Purcell an injection with the same needle used on cohost Collins. Collins left during the show to undergo blood tests to determine his HIV and hepatitis status, which turned out to be negative. Collins had been hosting the television infomercial gimmick "Winning in the Cash Flow Business" with Russ Dalbey since 2001. Collins has been married to Miss America, Mary Ann Mobley, since 1967 and their daughter, Mary Clancy Collins, is Senior Vice President of Development for MGM Television. He was previously married to Susan Peterson with whom he has two other children (Guy William Collins and Melissa "Mimi" Collins).
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Full Name at Birth
Gary Ennis Collins
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Gary Ennis Collins (April 30, 1938 â€“ October 13, 2012) was an American film and television actor and award-winning talk show host.
Place of Death
Biloxi Regional Medical Center Biloxi, MS
Cause of Death
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