Birth Name: Dub Taylor
Birth Place: Richmond, Virginia, USA
Death Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
Delighting audiences as he had trouble with his saddle, his gun, or a flirtatious frontierswoman, Taylor continued his antics on TV's "The Roy Rogers Show" in the 50s. His film credits began to diversify, though, including crime drama ("Crime Wave" 1954), comedy ("No Time for Sergeants" 1958, Capra's "A Hole in the Head" 1959) and theatrical adaptation ("Sweet Bird of Youth" 1962). He also brought rustic humor to his recurring roles of Ben, fix-it-shop owner Emmet's brother-in-law, on TV's "The Andy Griffith Show" and repairman Ed Hewley on the first season (1965-66) of "Please Don't Eat the Daisies". In 1967 he memorably played the man who helped bring down the title characters in Arthur Pe...