Alan Fudge made a guest appearance as Capt. Arnold Chandler in the Season 4 M*A*S*H episode "Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler".
|Born:||February 27, 1944|
|Birthplace||Wichita, Kansas, U.S.|
|Died:||October 10, 2011(aged 67)|
|Deathplace||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Appeared on/in:||M*A*S*H in guest appearance|
|Episodes appeared in:||"Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler" in Season 4|
|Character(s) played:||Captain Arnold Chandler|
Alan Fudge (February 27, 1944 – October 10, 2011) made a guest appearance the CBS-TV series M*A*S*H, as Captain Arnold Chandler, a bomber pilot, who, after his bomber crashed, suffered from amnesia, where he also psychologically blots out all memory of himself and his bombing Korean villages, claiming to be Jesus Christ in the Season 4 episode "Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler".
Life and career[edit | edit source]
A verstaile actor, Fudge was known for being part of the cast of four television programs: Man from Atlantis, Eischied, Paper Dolls and Bodies of Evidence, along with a recurring role (eighteen appearances over eight years, as of 2005) on 7th Heaven.
Fudge was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. He has scores of credits, including appearances on many of the top-rated shows in the United States, such as Banacek, Kojak, Marcus Welby, M.D., Little House on the Prairie, The Streets of San Francisco, Hawaii Five-O, Starsky and Hutch, Charlie's Angels, Wonder Woman, Lou Grant, Knots Landing, Magnum, P.I., Cagney & Lacey, The A-Team, St. Elsewhere, Highway to Heaven, Dallas, MacGyver, Dynasty, Matlock, Falcon Crest, L.A. Law, The Wonder Years, Northern Exposure, Murder, She Wrote, Home Improvement, Beverly Hills, 90210, Baywatch and Dawson's Creek.
Fudge also appeared in many television movies, some of which are based on popular series, such as Columbo: Columbo Goes to the Guillotine, Columbo: Columbo Goes to College, Matlock: The Witness Killings, and Murder, She Wrote: A Story to Die For. Well-known movies Fudge has appeared in include Airport 1975, Capricorn One, The Natural and Edward Scissorhands.
He has appeared on Broadway, including being part of the original cast of War and Peace at the Lyceum Theatre in 1967. Fudge died from cancer on October 10, 2011.