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Actor Known for Roles on ‘Generations’ and ‘Another World’ Passes Away at 91

Ron Harper, a versatile actor known for his work in television and film, passed away on March 21 at the age of 91 in West Hills, CA. His daughter, Nicole Longeuay, confirmed his death to The Hollywood Reporter.

Born in Pennsylvania, Harper studied at Princeton and served in the U.S. Navy before moving to New York City. There, he worked as Paul Newman’s understudy in Sweet Bird of Youth on Broadway. He later relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a career in television.

Harper’s TV career began in 1960 with a role in NBC’s Tales of Wells Fargo and continued with appearances in shows like Wagon Train, Shotgun Slade, and 87th Precinct. He portrayed Det. Bert Kling for multiple episodes and had various recurring roles on television, including Garrison’s Gorillas, Where the Heart Is, and Planet of the Apes.

In more recent years, Harper found success in daytime drama, landing roles in shows such as Another World, Loving

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