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An exceptionally handsome and charismatic performer with a sexy baritone voice, Guy Williams was born Armand Joseph Catalano (nicknamed "Armando" by his family) of Italian parentage in New York City on January 14, 1924. The elder child of an insurance broker (he had a younger sister, Valerie), he was raised in the Washington Heights area. ... [Wikipedia]

Quick Facts

Full nameArmando Joseph Catalano
Birth placeNew York City, New York, USA
Birth dateJanuary 14, 1924
Age95 years, 5 month, 1 days
Star signCapricorn
Height6' 2" (1.88 m)

Interesting Facts

1After Lost in Space (1965), he never heard from Bill Mumy anymore.
2Grew his trademark mustache back, after Lost in Space (1965), where he made guest-appearances wearing it.
3Outside of the Lost in Space (1965) set, his co-star Bill Mumy did not socialized or hung out with him.
4He was widely known to be a very private person.
5Was not very happy with his starring role on Lost in Space (1965), as it became a campy series, all the while, focusing on Jonathan Harris's character.
6Both Williams and Britt Lomond auditioned for the Don Diego De La Vega/Zorro role along with the Capitan Monastario role in Zorro (1957). Eventually it was decided that Guy would have played Zorro and Britt would have played Monastario.
7He and his good friend, Christopher Dark, were both avid amateur astronomers. Sometimes, they would point their telescopes at each other's homes and wave through them.
8Although he is often thought of as Hispanic, he is actually of Italian descent. He lived in Argentina in his later years which accounts for the confusion.
9In 1960, his name was connected to a proposed Disney television series called "Gold.".
10Best remembered by the public for his starring role as John Robinson in Lost in Space (1965) and as the title character in Zorro (1957).
11Was nicknamed "the Comb" by Lost in Space (1965) co-star Bill Mumy, because he would frequently comb his hair between takes on the set.
12Owned a 40-foot ketch called The Oceana.
13He was an amateur astronomer and loved to read and listen to all kinds of music, mostly classical.
14An avid fencer (obviously) and chess player, he also played the guitar, was a wonderful cook and was an expert on tropical fish.
15Had two children from his steadfast marriage to Janice Cooper. Both Steven and Antoinette (Toni) dabbled in acting.
16One of his last appearances in the United States was on _"Family Feud" (1983) where he joined some of the cast from Lost in Space (1965) in 1982.
17While starring on Lost in Space (1965), he spent much of his spare time buying and selling on the stock market...even during shooting breaks.
18Throughout the last several years of his life, he was in Argentina where Zorro (1957) had an understandably huge cult following.
19Hobbies: astronomy, chess, music, sailing, tropical fish, and, of course, fencing.
20John Robinson, Williams' character on Lost in Space (1965), was ranked #38 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" [20 June 2004 issue].
21Ashes scattered in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Malibu, California, USA.
22Children: Steven Catalano and Toni Catalano.


1Statuesque, athletic physique
2Often played charismatic heroes
3His fencing skills
4Charming, luminous smile
5Gravelly, commanding voice.


1[on playing Don Diego de la Vega in Zorro (1957)] [Tyrone] Power played Don Diego as a sissy, a real gay caballero. It was OK for him to do that once in a movie, but I knew that it wouldn't work every week on TV. It would get tiresome, not to mention this was the '50s and a show with an audience including kids. So, I had to play Don Diego 'neutral,' which was difficult because it means nothing. How do I make 'nothing' interesting? Don Diego became acceptable, not peculiar, an OK guy.
2[on Zorro (1957)] Zorro was set in California, we didn't call it a Western, but a South-Western. We called the actors 'stuntmen' because the scripts were being changed at the last minute, and to learn new dialogue and film it immediately was the real stunt. The work on Zorro was interesting. Nobody was doing any better fencing than we were, and working with the production people was fun. I could have kept doing it on and on.


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Won Awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2001Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 2 August 2001. At 7080 Hollywood Blvd.




General Massacre1973General, as a Young Man
Lost in Space1965-1968TV SeriesProf. John Robinson
Bonanza1964TV SeriesWill Cartwright
Captain Sindbad1963Captain Sindbad
Damon and Pythias1962Damon
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1957-1962TV SeriesZorro Miles Hendon Don Diego de la Vega ...
Der Prinz und der Bettelknabe1962Miles Hendon
Zorro1957-1961TV SeriesDon Diego de la Vega Zorro
Sergeant Preston of the Yukon1958TV SeriesJim Lorane
Men of Annapolis1957-1958TV SeriesMike / Steve Clay / Andy Kendall
Code 31957TV Series
I Was a Teenage Werewolf1957Officer Chris Stanley
Highway Patrol1956-1957TV SeriesJerry March / Officer Hansen / Officer / ...
State Trooper1957TV SeriesVince Breedon
Cavalcade of America1957TV Series
Crossroads1956TV Series1st Soldier
The Last Frontier1955Lieutenant Benton (uncredited)
Sincerely Yours1955Dick Cosgrove (uncredited)
The Loretta Young Show1955TV Series
Cameo Theatre1955TV Series
The Lone Ranger1955TV SeriesWill Harrington
Damon Runyon Theater1955TV Series
Four Star Playhouse1955TV SeriesDick
Seven Angry Men1955Salmon Brown
The Mickey Rooney Show1955TV SeriesEdwards - Network Executive / Elliot Ross / Dr. Pierce
The Golden Blade1953Town Crier (uncredited)
The Man from the Alamo1953Sergeant
All I Desire1953Party Guest (uncredited)
Take Me to Town1953Hero in Show (uncredited)
House Party1953Short
The Mississippi Gambler1953Andre Brion
Back at the Front1952Quartermaster Captain (uncredited)
Bonzo Goes to College1952Ronald Calkins
Studio One in Hollywood1951TV Series
The Beginning or the End1947Enola Gay Bombardier (uncredited)



Good Morning America1983TV SeriesHimself
Family Feud1983TV SeriesHimself
Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon1973TV SeriesHimself
Password All-Stars1967TV SeriesHimself - Celebrity Contestant
Dream Girl of '671967TV SeriesHimself - Bachelor Judge
You Don't Say1966TV SeriesHimself
Here's Hollywood1961TV SeriesHimself
Disneyland '591959TV Movie documentaryZorro
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show1959TV SeriesHimself - Actor

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

1002 Momentos de la tele2012TV SeriesHimself
Pioneers of Television2011TV Mini-Series documentaryProf. John Robinson in Lost In Space
Las tragedias de los famosos2010TV SeriesHimself / Zorro
Disneyland: The First 50 Magical Years2005Documentary shortHimself / Zorro (uncredited)
Television: The First Fifty Years1999Video documentaryHimself
Lost in Space Forever1998TV Movie documentaryProf. John Robinson
The Fifties1997TV Mini-Series documentary
Biography1996TV Series documentaryHimself
Lost in Space 25th Anniversary Tribute1991Video documentary
Roger & Me1989DocumentaryZorro
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Heigh-Ho1987Video shortZorro
The Rockford Files1974TV SeriesSteven Gorman
Zorro, the Avenger1959Don Diego de la Vega Zorro
The Sign of Zorro1958Don Diego de la Vega Zorro

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