17 Facts About Edward Albert


Edward Albert was nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy.


Edward Albert starred in more than 130 films and television series, including Midway, The Greek Tycoon, Galaxy of Terror, The House Where Evil Dwells, The Yellow Rose, Falcon Crest and Power Rangers Time Force.


Edward Laurence Albert was born in Los Angeles, California, to actor Eddie Albert, and Mexican actress Maria Margarita Guadalupe Teresa Estela Bolado Castilla y O'Donnell, who went by the name Margo.


Edward Albert attended Oxford University and studied psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles.


In 1973, Edward Albert starred with Liv Ullmann in the film adaptation of the play 40 Carats.


Edward Albert played a US Navy fighter pilot in the 1976 film Midway, portraying the son of a naval captain, played by Charlton Heston.


Edward Albert made a guest appearance in a 1976 episode of the NBC dramatic series Gibbsville.


Edward Albert was featured in the Gene Hackman suspense film The Domino Principle and the drama The Greek Tycoon with Anthony Quinn and Jacqueline Bisset.


In 1981, Edward Albert starred with Ray Walston and Erin Moran in Roger Corman's horror film Galaxy of Terror.


Edward Albert had a recurring role in the 1980s television series Beauty and the Beast, in which he played Elliot Burch, a New York developer who loves series heroine, Catherine Chandler, played by Linda Hamilton.


Edward Albert played Mr Collins, father to Wesley Collins, the Red Ranger in Power Rangers Time Force.


Edward Albert appeared in the 1987 film The Underachievers and voiced the superhero Daredevil in two episodes of Spider-Man: The Animated Series in the 1990s.


In 1992's The Ice Runner, Edward Albert played an agent arrested in Russia who tries to escape from prison.


In Guarding Tess, Edward Albert played the son of former First Lady Tess Carlisle.


Edward Albert was an advocate of the environment and the rights of Native Americans, especially the Chumash tribe.


Edward Albert served on the California Coastal Commission and the California Native American Heritage Commission.


Edward Albert was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2005 and died at age 55 on September 22,2006.