Don Galloway, an actor whose career was launched in the early days of television soap operas and later included the big screen, died Thursday. He was 71.
Galloway died at Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, his family said.
A graduate in Fine Arts from the University of Kentucky, Galloway got his start in show business in 1962 in an off-Broadway production of "Bring Me a Warm Body."
His television career began in the early 1960s on THE SECRET STORM as Kip Rysdale. In the mid 1980s, he was a regular on ABC's GENERAL HOSPITAL playing Buzz Stryker.
Galloway also played Officer Ed Brown on the show IRONSIDE, starring Raymond Burr, and starred in the 1983 movie The Big Chill.
After he retired from the acting business, Galloway settled in New Hampshire and became a columnist for the state's largest newspaper. Later Galloway worked on a corporate training team as a consultant specializing in public speaking and taught acting seminars.
He was born July 27, 1937, in Brooksville, Ky.
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