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Forrest Lewis

Forrest Lewis
Lewis, seated on sofa with Fran Allison, from the radio program Meet the Meeks in 1947. Lewis played Mr. Meek in the comedy.
Born (1899-11-05)November 5, 1899
Knightstown, Henry County
Indiana, USA
Died June 2, 1977(1977-06-02) (aged 77)
Burbank, California, USA
Occupation Actor

Forrest Lewis (November 5, 1899 – June 2, 1977) was an American actor.


A native of Henry County, Indiana, Lewis in the middle 1950s, appeared as a deputy in the syndicated crime drama Sheriff of Cochise and its successor series, U.S. Marshal, both starring John Bromfield. He guest starred with Maudie Prickett in the episode "Brief Glory" of the syndicated western series 26 Men, starring Tris Coffin. He appeared on a wide array of programs, ranging from the CBS western series My Friend Flicka, set on a Wyoming ranch, to the NBC sitcom, The People's Choice, with Jackie Cooper, to the ABC's western drama, The Man from Blackhawk, starring Robert Rockwell. He also appeared on the NBC western series, Riverboat, starring Darren McGavin, and on the ABC sitcom, Harrigan and Son, starring Pat O'Brien, and the ABC drama series about the Roman Catholic priesthood, Going My Way.

Lewis was cast as the recurring character, Colby, in the 1961-1962 CBS sitcom Reta Shaw, and Burt Mustin. Lewis also guest starred in the ABC/Warner Brothers western series, Colt .45 with Wayde Preston, on the syndicated western Mackenzie's Raiders, starring Richard Carlson, on the CBS hit comedy, The Andy Griffith Show, and on the ABC sitcom, The Real McCoys, starring Walter Brennan.

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