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Though born in New York City, Ty was raised in Texas and, after military service during the Korean War, took some classes at Texas A&M. He then moved west to California and won some minor roles in B movies. When TV's Clint Walker insisted on improvements in his "Cheyenne" contract, Warner Brothers countered by bringing in Ty as a possible replacement. Soon, Ty had his own show, "Bronco", which ran from 1958 to 1962. From here, he moved into a brief flurry of film activity: "Merrill's Marauders" and "The Chapman Report" in 1962, "PT 109", "Wall of Noise", and "Palm Springs Weekend" in 1963, and "Battle of the Bulge" in 1966. After this, Ty's career drifted off into a series of forgettable movies made in Europe and, later, he worked in Prescott, Arizona, as an evangelistic preacher. Though often dismissed as just a hunk of "beefcake" -- he did a lot of bare-chest scenes -- Ty displayed a flair for light comedy in "The Chapman Report" and showed dramatic potential in the underrated "Wall of Noise".

Name: Ty Hardin

Known for: Bronco

BirthDay: 01, Jan ,1930

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