Born: 3 July 1927 in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Best known from his role on Peyton Place (as Elliott Carson from 1965 to 1968), Tim O’Connor began his acting career after World War II. He worked constantly during the “Golden Age of Television” and soon would have to leave the East Coast for Hollywood.
Mr. O’Connor’s first guest role on The FBI, “The Satellite,” (2 April 1967) also starred fellow Peyton Place co-star Ed Nelson. He would go on do five more guest spots on the series, going all the way to the ninth season. In 1979, Mr. O’Connor would have a recurring role as Dr. Elias Huer in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.
Mr. O’Connor and his wife Mary Foskett, also an actress, were married in 1957. They have one child.