Christopher Dark

Christopher Dark (April 21, 1920 - October 10, 1971) was an American actor, best remembered as the character Hank Jaffe in the 1956 film World Without End. Born Alfred Francis DeLeo in New York, Dark died in Hollywood, California, from a heart attack. He appeared in 1955 in an episode of the NBC western anthology series, Frontier, hosted by Walter Coy. In 1959, Dark guest starred in the first episode of NBC's Bonanza in the episode entitled "A Rose for Lotta". In 1960, Dark appeared with Richard Rust in the episode "An Hour to Kill" of the half-hour syndicated crime drama, The Brothers Brannagan. Christopher Dark appeared as Pike in the three-part 1964 episode, "The Tenderfoot", of NBC's Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color. His last film was Scandalous John (1971). Dark was married from 1948 until his death to his wife, Eleanor. The couple had one child.


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