Andrew Duggan cause of death

Andrew Duggan’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) December 28, 1923

Death Date May 15, 1988

Age of Death 64 years

Cause of Death Laryngeal Cancer

Profession TV Actor

The TV actor Andrew Duggan died at the age of 64. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Remembered for his character roles in television series and films of the 1940s, ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, Duggan perhaps most famously played Cal Calhoun on the ABC series Bourbon Street Beat and Murdoch Lancer on the CBS Western series Lancer.

After serving in China, India, and Burma during World War II, he acted in Broadway productions of Anniversary Waltz and The Rose Tattoo.

He portrayed in The Homecoming: A Christmas Story (the television movie that preceded the popular series The Waltons). Ralph Waite was later re-cast in the role.

Personal Life

He grew up in Franklin, Indiana and later settled in Los Angeles, California. His more than three-decade marriage to Broadway performer Elizabeth Logue resulted in a son named Richard and daughters named Melissa and Nancy.

He and Don Knotts were both in the cast of the 1964 film The Incredible Mr. Limpet.

How did Andrew Duggan die?

Duggan in 1954 married Broadway dancer and actress Elizabeth Logue, whom he called Betty. His wife has no relation to the Hawaiian actress of the same name. The couple had three children, Richard, Nancy, and Melissa. The veteran actor, at age 64, died of throat cancer on May 15, 1988.