Victor French



Victor French was the son of a stuntman. His debut was a small role in "Lassie" (1954). He had his first experiences in western-films, where he always played the "bad guy." This changed with "Little House on the Prairie" (1974) (as Isaiah Edwards). In 1977, he left"Little House on the Prairie" (1974) to play in his own sitcom "Carter Country" (1977). He directed in LA Theaters and won the Crtics Circle Award for "12 Angry Men." In the 1980s, he declined to play "bad guys." Victor French died 1989 after finishing the last episode of "Highway to Heaven" (1984).

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