Dean Stockwell

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Dean Stockwell (1936-2021) turns to fire his MAC-10 as Jack Gretzky in the Miami Vice episode "Bushido".

Dean Stockwell (1936-2021) was an American actor whose career spanned approximately 70 years. He began as a child actor under contract to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in the 1940s. Unlike many child actors, his career survived reaching adulthood though it did experience stops and starts. In the 1980s, he enjoyed a career resurgence with roles in movies such as Married to the Mob (for which he received a Best Supporting Actor nomination), To Live and Die in L.A., Blue Velvet and Air Force One. On television, he appeared in such series as JAG, and Star Trek: Enterprise in addition to co-starring as Admiral Al Calavicci with Scott Bakula in the NBC series Quantum Leap as well as appearing as John Cavil in the 2004 reboot of the series Battlestar Galactica. He passed away from natural causes on November 7, 2021 at the age of 85.

Dean Stockwell can be seen using the following weapons in the following films and television series:

Film

Weapon Character Title Note Date
Smith & Wesson Model 15 Charles Kane Beverly Hills Cop II 1987
Remington 870 Charles Kane Beverly Hills Cop II pistol grip 1987
Mossberg 500 Cruiser Charles Kane Beverly Hills Cop II continuity error 1987
Browning Hi-Power Tony "The Tiger" Russo Married to the Mob nickel plated 1988

Television

Weapon Character Title Note Date
Walther PPK Chris Townsend Mannix "A Step in Time" (S5E03) 1971
Colt Detective Special Gunnar Malstrom Mission: Impossible "The Pendulum" (S07E20) 1973
MAC-10 Jack Gretzky Miami Vice "Bushido" (S02E08) 1985
M16 (SP1) Harold Hobarts Hunter "Bad Company" (S03E11) 1987
CZ 52 John Cavil Battlestar Galactica "Rapture" (S03E12) 2007
Vektor CP1 John Cavil Battlestar Galactica "Daybreak, Parts 2 & 3" (S04E20) 2009


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