Cliff Potts

Age: 72
Birthplace: Glendale, California, USA

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Cliff Potts (born January 5, 1942) is an American television and film actor most noted for supporting roles and guest appearances in more than sixty episodic television series between 1967 and 1999.
Potts was a regular supporting player during the first season of The Name of the Game, a revolving 90-minute 1968 series about a publishing empire that featured Tony Franciosa, Gene Barry, and Robert Stack. He also appeared in a starring role in the short-lived 1977 TV series, "Big Hawaii," in which he played Mitch Fears, the rebellious son of rich landowner Barret Fears (John Dehner). He portrayed John Brooke in Little Women.
His most widely-known film role is that of John Wolf in the cult science fiction film, Silent Running.
Currently, Potts is retired from acting.

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Movie Character Year
E3ofamm6mfmfyj5e0tnxwsn4r9e Sometimes a Great Notion Andy Stamper 1970
Ceojzxsqoh75ht4m7edmnqtviof Silent Running John Keenan 1972
Vd5icclna9vooreo76r1oa18vnb A Case of Rape Larry Retzliff 1974
Akbo8pkyojp59zwrofzrtwgpnzm Sahara String 1984