Ben Murphy (Photograph, signed with sentiment on front)

Presumed one of multiple originals. Photograph. Format is 4.25 inches by 5.5 inches. Black and white photograph which states: Enjoy! All of life is yours. Ben Murphy. Back side is blank. Benjamin Edward Murphy (born Benjamin Edward Castleberry Jr., March 6, 1942) is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Kid Curry in the ABC television series Alias Smith and Jones. Murphy appeared in a supporting role in The Name of the Game. Murphy played a semi regular role as 'Joseph Sample' assistant to Robert Stack's leading character 'Dan Farrell' in Stack's segments of the show. From 1971–73, he starred in Alias Smith and Jones with Pete Duel (1971–72) and Roger Davis (1972–73). After Alias Smith and Jones, Murphy joined Lorne Greene in the 1973 ABC crime drama Griff. He played detective S. Michael "Mike" Murdock, assistant to Greene's character, Wade "Griff" Griffin, a Los Angeles retired police officer turned private eye. In the 1983–84 season, Murphy co-starred with Marshall Colt in the ABC drama series Lottery!. Murphy played Patrick Sean Flaherty, the man who informed lottery winners of their stroke of fortune, and Colt, formerly with James Arness on NBC's short-lived crime drama, McClain's Law, portrayed the Internal Revenue Service agent, Eric Rush, who made sure the winners pay the U.S. government up front. Murphy starred in his own series Gemini Man, in which he played a secret agent who could become invisible for 15 minutes a day through the use of a special wristwatch. Murphy has since appeared in guest-starring parts, including a murder suspect in CBS's Cold Case. Condition: Good / No DJ issued.

Keywords: Ben Murphy, Photograph, Actor, Thespian, Publicity Photo, Television Star

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