Stanley Ralph Ross wrote three episodes for "All In The Family".
|Born:||July 22, 1935|
|Birthplace:||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Died:||March 26, 2000(aged 64)|
|Deathplace:||Los Angeles, California U.S.|
|Series:||All in the Family|
|Episodes appeared in|
(and/or) involved with:
|wrote three episodes; "Class Reunion" (Season 2) |
"Archie's Aching Back" (Season 2)
"Archie in the Hospital" (Season 3)
Stanley Ralph Ross (born July 22, 1935 – died March 16, 2000) was an actor and screenwriter. He wrote three episodes of All in the Family the Season 2 episodes "Class Reunion", "Archie's Aching Back", and "Archie in the Hospital" in Season 3.
He started his career in advertising, then soon going to work as a writer and actor on various television shows, most notably cult-classics such as the 1960's Batman TV series starring Adam West and also the TV series, The Monkees.
Notable Voiceover work
Notable voice credits include:
- Babe: Pig in the City (1998, Live Action/Puppet Film) Doberman, Pitbull
- Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- Incredible Hulk, The (1982, Animated Series) Quasimodo in "When Monsters Meet"
- InHumanoids (1986, Animated Series) Redlen
- InHumanoids: The Movie (1986, Animated Film) Redlen
- Paw Paws (1985, Animated Series) Dark Paw
- Richie Rich (1980, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- Space Stars (1981, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- The 1960's Batman TV series (1 episode, 1966) "The Bird's Last Jest" as Barney 'Ballpoint' Baxter (uncredited)
- The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1 episode, 1966) "0011 Napoleon Solo" as a Beatnik
- Banacek (1 episode, 1972) "A Million the Hard Way" as Larry Fields
- The movie, Candy Stripe Nurses (1974) as Dr. Kramer
- Serpico (2 episodes, 1976-1977) Sgt. Meyers
- Falcon Crest (6 episodes, 1987-1989) Bank Manager
- The Munsters Today (1 episode, 1990) "Tell 'Em Herman Sent You" as Mr. Goodbury
Stanley died of lung cancer on March 16, 2000 leaving behind a wife and three children. He was buried in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery. His grave reads: Larger Than Life Beloved Son, Husband, Father, Grandfather STANLEY RALPH ROSS July 22, 1935 - March 16, 2000 "Thanks, I Had A Wonderful Time!"
- Stanley Ralph Ross at Voice Chasers
- Stanley Ralph Ross
- Stanley Ralph Ross at the Internet Movie Database
- Stanley Ralph Ross (1935-2000) at Find a Grave Memorial
- Stanley Ralph Ross Filmography at MTV.com