Sometimes billed as: Duncan McCloud

Updated Biography

Not to be confused with the character Duncan MacLeod (of Highlander fame), this is a long-standing character actor with a good amount of credits to his name.  Starting in television in the late 1950's, he appeared on such television shows as M Squad, 77 Sunset Strip, The Munsters, Branded, The F.B.I., Starsky and Hutch, Father Murphy, Simon & Simon, Matt Houston and Moonlighting.

On the big screen, Duncan McLeod had roles in Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, The Stepmother, Goodbye Norma Jean and The Van.

His last known roles were in 2001 . . . on television in a pilot for a show called Thieves and another made-for-TV movie titled The Crossing.

In July 2011 we heard from fellow B&T actor Jim Cody Williams that he learned through the Screen Actors Guild that Duncan McLeod sadly passed away on November 25, 2005.

Jim had these very kind words to say about Duncan:  "Bill and Ted's was my first film job, and I was lucky enough to have the dressing room next to Duncan's.  He was very kind and helpful to me on my rookie job -- the old west scenes were the very first thing shot on the entire film -- so things moved slowly as do on the first days of any film job.  Duncan filled the time with memorable stories from his time in Hollywood and New York.  A great story teller, and a truly, a gentleman actor."

For a list of Duncan's acting credits,
please visit the
Internet Movie Database