Simon Scott (September 21, 1920 – December 11, 1991) was an American character actor from Monterey Park, California. He was best known for his role as Arnold Slocum on Trapper John M.D. and as General Bronson on McHale's Navy.
Scott became a company member at Peninsula Players Theatre in Fish Creek in 1950, Wisconsin using the name Dan Scott prior to his Hollywood success. He performed in many stage productions with the theater, including the 1948 production of The Second Man, the 1950 production of You Can't Take it With You and the 1963 production of The Night of the Iguana.
Scott starred in the early episodes of Markham as John Riggs, the title character's sidekick. However the character of Riggs was dropped after only eight episodes. Scott made five guest appearances on Perry Mason, including the role of murderer Stanley Overton in one of the series' final episodes in 1966 titled "The Case of the Positive Negative". He also appeared on dozens of other TV series, making numerous appearances each on series including 77 Sunset Strip, Bonanza, The F.B.I., 1973 Cannon, The Invaders, and Ironside. Scott also played in Barnaby Jones, in an episode titled “Trap Play”(01/07/1975).
Scott also had a recurring role as Chief Metcalf on the ABC series The Mod Squad. In addition he also guest starred on series including The Munsters, The Fugitive, Mannix and most notably the 1960 The Twilight Zone episode "The Last Flight".
Scott died on December 11, 1991 in Los Alamitos, California of complications of Alzheimer's disease. The disease had forced him into retirement six years earlier.
5. Demetria Fulton; previewed Simon Scott on Barnaby Jones, in the episode titled “Trap Play”(01/07/1975).
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