Ralph Waite

Ralph Waite

Performer

Ralph Waite, who to millions of television viewers became the voice and face of rough-hewn, kind-hearted wisdom as the father of a large, rural, Depression-era family in the popular 1970s series "The Waltons," died Feb. 13, 2004. He was 85.

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  • Born: Jun 22, 1928 in White Plains, New York
  • Death: Feb 13, 2014 in Palm Desert, CA

Roles (13)

An American Daughter Playbill - March 1997 An American Daughter (1997)
Opened Apr 13, 1997
  • as Senator Alan Hughes (Replacement)
An American Daughter
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The Father Playbill - Opening Night, April 1981 The Father (1981)
Opened Apr 2, 1981
  • as The Cavalry Captain (Original)
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The Watering Place Playbill - March 1969 The Watering Place (1969)
Opened Mar 12, 1969
  • as The Father (Original)
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The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald Playbill - Nov 1967 The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald (1967)
Opened Nov 5, 1967
  • as Henry Rogers (Original)
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Slapstick Tragedy Playbill - Feb 1966 The Mutilated (1966)
Opened Feb 22, 1966
  • as Bruno (Original)
  • as Henry (Original)
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Traveller Without Luggage Playbill - Sept 1964 Traveller Without Luggage (1964)
Opened Sep 17, 1964
  • as Georges Renaud (Standby - Original)
  • as Gaston (Standby - Original)
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Blues for Mister Charlie Playbill - July 1964 Blues for Mister Charlie (1964)
Opened Apr 23, 1964
  • as Ralph (Original)
  • as Judge (Original)
  • as Lyle Britten (Understudy - Original)
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Marathon '33 Playbill - Dec 1963 Marathon '33 (1963)
Opened Dec 22, 1963
  • as Minister (Original)
  • as Ensemble (Original)
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