Eugene Roche (1928–2004)

Eugene Roche (1928–2004)

First Published: July 2001
Eugene Roche | Working Actor

Eugene Roche | Working Actor

Eugene Roche, Michael Sacks | "Slaughterhouse-Five" (1972)
Dean Martin, Eugene Roche | "Mr. Ricco" (1975)
Eugene Roche | "Ellery Queen" (1975)
Billy Crystal, Eugene Roche, Rebecca Balding | "Soap" (1977) *
Tom Selleck, Eugene Roche | "Magnum, P.I." (1983-1988 )
Eugene Roche, Emmanuel Lewis | "Webster" (1983)
Cathryn Damon, Alex Karras, Eugene Roche | "Webster" (1983)
Cathryn Damon Eugene Roche | "Webster" (1983)
Markie Post, Eugene Roche | "Night Court" (1984)
Markie Post, Eugene Roche | "Night Court" (1984)
Eugene Roche, Ted Wass | "Oh, God! You Devil" (1984)
Eugene Roche | Working Actor
Eugene Roche | Working Actor
Eugene Roche | Working Actor
Eugene Roche | Working Actor

Eugene Roche was born in Boston on September 22, 1928 and passed away from a heart attack in Encino, CA on July 28th 2004. His ability to take a role and breathe believability and truth into it that has sustained his dramatic and comedic career of more that four decades on stage, in films and television. He emerged as one of the entertainment industry's most sought after and recognizable character actors of his time. Eugene was born at the height of the depression into a family of four brothers and a sister. His father, Robert, a quartermaster in the U.S. Navy, fell in love with a girl named Mary Finnegan and they remained sweethearts for their entire lives.

With five children of their own and money being scarce, Mary took in boarders all of whom were under the age of four. And they all slept in Gene's room. His first paid job as an actor came at the age of 15 working for WERS Radio in Boston doing a variety of character voices ranging from young men to old women where he mac1e two bucks a show.

Leaving high school at the age of 17, Eugene enlisted in the army adding a fourth star on the service flag hanging in his family's front window. His father and two older brothers were already serving in World War II.

After basic training, and on his way aboard a troop ship moving toward Japan as part of the Allied occupation, he found himself sandwiched in a bunk bed between two fat, seasick G.I.'s on E deck in the bowels of the ship. Answering a notice on the ship's bulletin board for an emcee for a show at sea, he won the audition and escaped to good food and fresh air. Ahhhh! Show biz!

Upon his discharge he returned to Boston and enrolled at Emerson College under the G.I bill While attending Emerson, Eugene appeared in numerous summer stock, variety shows, and touring companies in the New England area. Some of the people he appeared with during this time were Bob Fosse in "Pal Joey" and Henry Fonda in "Point of No Return."

As an inactive reservist he was recalled into service because of the Korean War and returned to college upon discharge; completed his education; married; and headed for San Francisco with his new bride, a great Dane, and another actor all traveling together in an English Austin automobile with a questionable sunroof. San Francisco marked the beginning of a seminal period for Eugene's development as an actor. From 1953 through 1958 he had the opportunity to perform in classic plays by playwrights such as O'Casey, O'Neill, Brecht, Beckett and Ionesco with the newly formed Actor's Workshop of San Francisco. He also had the distinction of starring in the inaugural production of "Separate Tables" at the Commedia Theatre in Palo Alto.

Soon after his arrival in San Francisco he spotted a casting notice in The Chronicle for Equity actors for the newly formed Actor's Workshop. He won the leading role of Robert in "The Girl on the Via Flaminia" followed by many others including the American premiere of "Mother Courage" [the cook]. "The Iceman Cometh" ['Hickey'], and the West Coast premiere of "Waiting for Godot" ['Vladimir']. This production of "Waiting for Godot" had the distinction of being the first production ever performed inside San Quentin prison and was chosen by the U.S. State Dept. to represent America at the 1959 Brussels' World's Fair in Belgium.

With the prestige and success of Godot, Eugene moved to New York where he never stopped working. He worked during the hey-day of 'live' television doing such shows as "The Armstrong Circle Theatre", "U.S. Steel Hour", and "CBS Play of the Week". He appeared in countIess commercials as well as episodic television shows such as "The Defenders" and "Naked City".

His off-Broadway credits include Dylan Thomas' "Under Milkwood at Circle" in the Square and the musical version of James Thurber's "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" [recorded by Columbia Records]. William and James Goldman's production of "Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole" starring Darren McGavin which introduced Eugene to Broadway audiences along with his co-star Peter Fonda, who was making his Broadway debut as well.

Following Eugene's debut he appeared with Helen Hayes on Broadway in A.E Hotchner's "In the White House" which, incidentally, was done as a command performance for President Johnson in Washington, D.C.

He also appeared in the Broadway premiere of "Mother Courage" with Anne Bancroft directed by Jerome Robbins; "All in Good Time" with Sir Donald Wolfitt; "The Millionairess" with Carol Channing; "Great Day in the Morning" produced by George C. Scott with Colleen Dewhurst; Arthur Miller's "The Price" and the West Coast premiere of "Time of the Barracudas" with Laurence Harvey and Elaine Stritch. While living in New York Eugene also co-starred in two television series: "Higher and Higher - Attorneys at Law" with John McMartin and Sally Kellerman and "The Corner Bar" with Anne Meara as well as doing the films "Cotton Comes to Harlem" [Godfrey Cambridge]; "The Happening" [Faye Dunaway]; "They Might Be Giants",[George C. Scott and Joanne Woodward]; "W" [in Cinerama with Twiggy]; "Star" [Julie Andrews]; "Newman's Law" [George Peppard]; "Mr. Ricco" [Dean Martin]; and "Slaughterhouse-Five". In 1974 Eugene moved to Los Angeles where he continued his motion picture appearances with such films as "The Late Show" [Lily. Tomlin and Art Carney]; "Corvette Summer" [Mark Hamill and Annie Potts]; "Foul Play" [Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn]; "Oh God, You Devil" [George Burns]; "Eternity" [Jon Voight]; "When a Man Loves a Woman" [Meg Ryan and Andy Garcia]; and "Executive Decision" [Steven Segal and Kurt Russell]

Some of his memorable television roles include his stint as E. Ronald Mallu, the humorously sly attorney on "Soap"; Archie Bunker's nemesis, Pinky Peterson, on "All in the Family"; Markie Post's father on the long-running "Night Court" series; Harry Burns, the newspaper editor on "Perfect Strangers"; the cantankerous Luther Gillis in "Magnum P.I."; Bill Parker, the lovable landlord in "Webster"; and, most recently, as Eric Jr. in "Dave's Wor1d". His list of starring credits in Movies of the Week; guest appearances; and other principal roles in series goes on and on.

Eugene spent his last years residing in Los Angeles with his wife of 20 years, actress Anntoni Roche, in their hillside home where he enjoyed inventing and building things while singing obscure songs to their dog, Belle. Eugene was very proud of all of his nine children and three of his sons are following in his footsteps. Eamonn and Brogan, were establishing acting careers and, Sean, is an Emmy award-winning writer/producer. Eugene wrote a book of short stories chronicling the funny and moving people and events that have touched and graced his life.

IMDb Biography:

Adept at both comedy and drama, character player Eugene Roche (sometimes billed as Gene Roche) had an extensive four-decade career. Born in Depression-era Boston the son of a Navy man, the moon-faced, intent-looking Roche started on radio at age 15 displaying his knack for character voices, both men and women. He enlisted in the U.S. Army following high school, then studied at Emerson College. Searching for work in summer stock and variety shows, he appeared in productions of "Pal Joey" with Bob Fosse and "Point of No Return" with Henry Fonda. Newly married at this time, he found classical stage parts to play in early 50s San Francisco, then headed for New York and began appearing in dramatic TV shows and commercials.

He made his Broadway debut with "Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole" starring Darren McGavin and went on to do "The White House" with Helen Hayes and "Mother Courage" with Anne Bancroft. Comedy became his forte on TV with showy recurring roles on Soap,Night Court, and Perfect Strangers, while choice support parts came his way on film, including The Late Show and Foul Play -- some roles cantankerous, some lovable, some menacing. The father of nine children, three of his male offspring have opted for entertainment careers: Eamonn Roche and Brogan Roche are actors, and Sean Roche is an Emmy award-winning writer and producer.

IMDb Bio by: (Gary Brumburgh)

Eugene Roche's advice to the aspiring actor:

Persevere, and never allow anything or anyone to deter you from your passion! The world will cheer you one day and dismiss you the next so treat fanfare and failure as twins.

As the late James Cagney once said to me on the subject of acting, Don't ever let 'em catch you at it.

Remember - you are a unique being! Honor your magnificence, never retreat from it!

On with the great adventure! See you along the way.

Eugene Roche's Credits
 2004 7th Heaven (TV Series)
John's Dad
- The Prodigal Father (2004) ... John's Dad
 2003 American Dreams (TV Series)
Dr. Light
- And Promises to Keep (2003) ... Dr. Light
 2003 The Division (TV Series)
Confessional Priest
- Extreme Action Figures (2003) ... Confessional Priest
 2003 The Guardian (TV Series)
Judge Alan
- Sensitive Jackals (2003) ... Judge Alan
 2002 Dancing at the Harvest Moon (TV Movie)
Gil Finnigan
 2001 The Trouble with Normal (TV Series)
- Help Yourself (2001) ... Bernie
 2001 The Chronicle (TV Series)
Arnie Campbell
- Only the Young Die Good (2001) ... Arnie Campbell
 2001 That's My Bush! (TV Series)
The Warden
- A Poorly Executed Plan (2001) ... The Warden
 2000 For Your Love (TV Series)
Mel's Boss
- The Adulterer Who Came to Dinner (2000) ... Mel's Boss
 2000 Chicken Soup for the Soul (TV Series)
- The Question (2000) ... Mayor
 1999 Family Law (TV Series)
Judge Theodore Foley
- The Fourth Trimester (1999) ... Judge Theodore Foley
 1999 The Woman Chaser
Used Car Dealer
 1999 The Chimp Channel (TV Series)
Murray Price (voice)
 1998 Brother's Keeper (TV Series)
- Since You Came Here (1998) ... Snappy
 1998 Four Corners (TV Series)
 1997 Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show (TV Series)
Grandpa Murdock
- Honey, We've Been Swallowed by Grandpa (1997) ... Grandpa Murdock
 1995-1996 Dave's World (TV Series)
Eric Jr.
- Stress (1996) ... Eric Jr.
- Crime and Coconuts (1996) ... Eric Jr.
- Catch of the Day (1995) ... Eric Jr.
- It's Not About That... (1995) ... Eric Jr.
- Piano, No Strings (1995) ... Eric Jr.
 1996 Promised Land (TV Series)
Brian Drake
- The Magic Gate (1996) ... Brian Drake
 1996 Star Trek: Voyager (TV Series)
Jor Brel
- Remember (1996) ... Jor Brel
 1996 Executive Decision
Admiral Lewis
 1995 Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story (TV Movie)
George Stevens
 1994 Madman of the People (TV Series)
 1994 A Friend to Die For (TV Movie)
 1994 Daddy's Girls (TV Series)
- Pilot (1994)
 1994 Roswell (TV Movie)
James Forrestal
 1994 The John Larroquette Show (TV Series)
Mr. Hampton
- Wasted Lives (1994) ... Mr. Hampton
 1994 Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (TV Series)
Additional Voices (voice)
 1993 All-New Dennis the Menace (TV Series)
- Dennis the Genius (1993) ... (voice)
- Wish You Weren't Here (1993) ... (voice)
- Pig Out/Yankee Doodle Dennis (1993) ... (voice)
- Navy Destroyer (1993) ... (voice)
 1993 A Case for Murder (TV Movie)
Alan Nugent
 1992-1993 Batman: The Animated Series (TV Series)
Arnold Stromwell / Stromwell
- Robin's Reckoning: Part I (1993) ... Arnold Stromwell (voice)
- It's Never Too Late (1992) ... Stromwell (voice)
 1992 Julie (TV Series)
I.F. 'Wooley' Woolstein
- Touch and Go (1992) ... I.F. 'Wooley' Woolstein
- Put Up Your Dukes (1992) ... I.F. 'Wooley' Woolstein
- Stop and Smell the Horses (1992) ... I.F. 'Wooley' Woolstein
- Monkey Business (1992) ... I.F. 'Wooley' Woolstein
- The Bed (1992) ... I.F. 'Wooley' Woolstein
 1990-1991 Lenny (TV Series)
Pat Callahan
- One of Our Lubys Is Missing (1991) ... Pat Callahan
- It Ain't the Heat (1991) ... Pat Callahan
- Family Matters (1991) ... Pat Callahan
- Cold (1991) ... Pat Callahan
- A Fine Romance (1991) ... Pat Callahan
 1991 The Last Halloween (TV Short)
 1986-1991 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Lt. Jack Boyle / Franklin Mayberry / Lt. Aloyius Jarvis / ...
- Bite the Big Apple (1991) ... Lt. Jack Boyle
- Something Borrowed, Someone Blue (1989) ... Franklin Mayberry
- Deadpan (1988) ... Lt. Aloyius Jarvis
- Deadline for Murder (1986) ... Billy Simms
 1991 The Sitter (TV Movie)
 1991 Father Dowling Mysteries (TV Series)
- The Priest Killer Mystery (1991) ... MacElroy (as Eugene H. Roche)
 1990/II Eternity
Ridley / Governor
 1989 An Eight Is Enough Wedding (TV Movie)
Osborne Fulbright
 1987-1988 Perfect Strangers (TV Series)
Harry Burns
- The Defiant Guys (1988) ... Harry Burns
- The Break-In (1987) ... Harry Burns
- The Horn Blows at Midnight (1987) ... Harry Burns
- All the News That Fits (1987) ... Harry Burns
 1983-1988 Magnum, P.I. (TV Series)
Luther H. Gillis
- Transitions (1988) ... Luther H. Gillis
- A.A.P.I. (1986) ... Luther H. Gillis
- Luther Gillis: File #001 (1984) ... Luther H. Gillis
- The Return of Luther Gillis (1984) ... Luther H. Gillis
- Luther Gillis: File #521 (1983) ... Luther H. Gillis
 1984-1988 Webster (TV Series)
Bill Parker
- The Cuckoo's Nest (1988) ... Bill Parker
- Special Delivery (1987) ... Bill Parker
- Rear View Mirror: Part 2 (1987) ... Bill Parker
- Rear View Mirror: Part 1 (1987) ... Bill Parker
- Blast from the Past: Part 1 (1987) ... Bill Parker
 1984-1988 Night Court (TV Series)
Jack Sullivan
- Hit the Road, Jack (1988) ... Jack Sullivan
- Dad's First Date (1985) ... Jack Sullivan
- Daddy for the Defense (1984) ... Jack Sullivan
 1986-1987 Hotel (TV Series)
Phil Kroger / John Lucas
- Prized Possessions (1987) ... Phil Kroger
- Double Jeopardy (1986) ... John Lucas
 1987 Mr. President (TV Series)
 1987 Take Five (TV Series)
Max Davis
 1987 Stingray (TV Series)
Capt. Tim Greenwood
- Playback (1987) ... Capt. Tim Greenwood
 1986 Highway to Heaven (TV Series)
Michael Clancy
- Another Kind of War, Another Kind of Peace (1986) ... Michael Clancy
 1986 Stranded (TV Movie)
 1986 Crazy Like a Fox (TV Series)
 1985 Hardcastle and McCormick (TV Series)
Joe Murphy
- Something's Going on on This Train (1985) ... Joe Murphy
 1984 Oh, God! You Devil
Charlie Gray
 1984 Airwolf (TV Series)
Eddie Donahough / Senator William Dietz
- Firestorm (1984) ... Eddie Donahough
- Shadow of the Hawke (1984) ... Senator William Dietz
 1984 Pigs vs. Freaks (TV Movie)
Police Chief Frank Brockmeyer
 1984 Airwolf (TV Movie)
Senator William Dietz
 1983 Johnny Blue (TV Movie)
Deputy Police Chief 'Mitch' Mitchell
 1983 Masquerade (TV Series)
Phil Banacek
- Girls for Sale (1983) ... Phil Banacek
 1983 Baby Makes Five (TV Series)
Chester Clayton
- The Matchmakers (1983) ... Chester Clayton
 1977-1983 Quincy M.E. (TV Series)
Philip St. Johns / Walter Daniels
- Guilty Until Proven Innocent (1983) ... Philip St. Johns
- Main Man (1977) ... Walter Daniels
 1983 Cocaine and Blue Eyes (TV Movie)
Sergeant Khoury
 1982 The Juggler of Notre Dame (TV Movie)
Father Delany (as Gene Roche)
 1982 Gimme a Break! (TV Series)
Officer Jerry
- The Chief's Gay Evening (1982) ... Officer Jerry
 1982 Farrell for the People (TV Movie)
Patrick J. Malloy
 1982 No Soap, Radio (TV Series)
The Boss's Head
- Karen Fools Around (1982) ... The Boss's Head
 1982 Taxi (TV Series)
- The Road Not Taken: Part 1 (1982) ... Jack
 1982 Mr. Merlin (TV Series)
 1981 Darkroom (TV Series)
Charlie Provo
- A Quiet Funeral (1981) ... Charlie Provo
 1981 Miracle on Ice (TV Movie)
Don Craig
 1978-1980 Soap (TV Series)
E. Ronald Mallu / E. Ronald Mallou, Esq.
- Episode #4.2 (1980) ... E. Ronald Mallu
- Episode #4.1 (1980) ... E. Ronald Mallu
- Episode #3.22 (1980) ... E. Ronald Mallou, Esq.
- Episode #3.20 (1980) ... E. Ronald Mallou, Esq.
- Episode #3.18 (1980) ... E. Ronald Mallou, Esq.
 1980 Rape and Marriage: The Rideout Case (TV Movie)
Gary Gortmaker
 1980 Good Time Harry (TV Series)
Jimmy Hughes
- Ben Younger (1980) ... Jimmy Hughes
- Harry Kisses Death on the Mouth (1980) ... Jimmy Hughes
- Play It Again, Stan (1980) ... Jimmy Hughes
- The Wally Smith Story (1980) ... Jimmy Hughes
- Audrey Simpson (1980) ... Jimmy Hughes
 1980/II Alone at Last (TV Movie)
Larry Elliott
 1979 Love for Rent (TV Movie)
 1979 Hart to Hart (TV Series)
Business Manager
- Hart to Hart (1979) ... Business Manager
 1979 You Can't Take It with You (TV Movie)
Paul Sycamore
 1979 The Child Stealer (TV Movie)
Lew Beck
 1978 The Winds of Kitty Hawk (TV Movie)
Bishop Milton Wright
 1978 Vega$ (TV Series)
- Second Stanza (1978) ... Paul
 1976-1978 All in the Family (TV Series)
Pinky Peterson
- Archie's Other Wife (1978) ... Pinky Peterson
- The Draft Dodger (1976) ... Pinky Peterson
- Beverly Rides Again (1976) ... Pinky Peterson
 1978 Kaz (TV Series)
 1978 The New Maverick (TV Movie)
Judge Austin Crupper, President 1st National Bank of Deming Texas
 1978 Foul Play
Archbishop Thorncrest
 1978 Corvette Summer
Ed McGrath
 1978 Insight (TV Series)
Father Paul
- Is Anyone Listening? (1978) ... Father Paul
 1978 The Ghost of Flight 401 (TV Movie)
 1977 What Really Happened to the Class of '65? (TV Series)
Lloyd Casty
- Class Dreamers (1977) ... Lloyd Casty
 1977 Lou Grant (TV Series)
Jack Riley
- Hoax (1977) ... Jack Riley
 1977 Corey: For the People (TV Movie)
District Attorney Patrick Shannon
 1977 Kingston: Confidential (TV Series)
Warden Hickok
- The Rage at Hannibal (1977) ... Warden Hickok
 1977 Never Con a Killer (TV Movie)
 1977 The Feather and Father Gang (TV Series)
- Never Con a Killer (1977) ... Shroeder
 1977 The Possessed (TV Movie)
Sgt. Taplinger
 1977 Tales of the Unexpected (TV Series)
Major Jim Langston
- The Nomads (1977) ... Major Jim Langston
 1977 Police Woman (TV Series)
Brian Murphy
- Solitaire (1977) ... Brian Murphy
 1977 The Late Show
Ron Birdwell
 1977 Maude (TV Series)
Albie Doyle
- Arthur's Crisis (1977) ... Albie Doyle
 1977 Starsky and Hutch (TV Series)
Dr. George Stegner
- The Set-Up: Part 2 (1977) ... Dr. George Stegner
- The Set-Up: Part 1 (1977) ... Dr. George Stegner
 1976 Barnaby Jones (TV Series)
Ernie Kilgore
- The Bounty Hunter (1976) ... Ernie Kilgore
 1976 Serpico (TV Series)
John Maloney
- Every Man Must Pay His Dues (1976) ... John Maloney
 1976 The Streets of San Francisco (TV Series)
Charley Springer
- The Drop (1976) ... Charley Springer
 1976 Bert D'Angelo/Superstar (TV Series)
 1976 Medical Center (TV Series)
 1976 Harry O (TV Series)
Sgt. Helmond
- Victim (1976) ... Sgt. Helmond
 1976 Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence (TV Movie)
Bob Latimer
 1976 Phyllis (TV Series)
Harry Loomis
- The $17,623,419.53 Man (1976) ... Harry Loomis
 1975 The Art of Crime (TV Movie)
Detective Sergeant Harry Isadore
 1975 Bronk (TV Series)
Frank Bossick
- Line of Fire (1975) ... Frank Bossick
 1975 Kojak (TV Series)
Patrolman Lyle 'Sandy' Beach / Seymore Haywood
- Out of the Frying Pan... (1975) ... Patrolman Lyle 'Sandy' Beach
- Acts of Desperate Men (1975) ... Seymore Haywood
 1975 Ellery Queen (TV Series)
Sheriff Oscar Eberhart
- The Adventure of the Chinese Dog (1975) ... Sheriff Oscar Eberhart
 1975 Sunshine (TV Series)
- Why Sam's Paid (1975) ... Feldon
 1975 The Law (TV Mini-Series)
- Special Circumstances (1975) ... Mincher
- Prior Consent (1975) ... Mincher
- Complaint Amended (1975) ... Mincher
 1975 Crime Club (TV Movie)
Daniel Lawrence
 1975 The Last Survivors (TV Movie)
 1975 Mr. Ricco
George Cronyn
 1975 Hawaii Five-O (TV Series)
Ed Hudson
- A Woman's Work Is with a Gun (1975) ... Ed Hudson
 1974 W
Charles Jasper
 1974 Newman's Law
 1974 Winter Kill (TV Movie)
Mayor Clinton Bickford
 1974 McCloud (TV Series)
- This Must Be the Alamo (1974) ... Rockford
 1974 The Magician (TV Series)
Rev. Wally Snider
- The Illusion of the Deadly Conglomerate (1974) ... Rev. Wally Snider
 1973 The Wide World of Mystery (TV Series)
- The Murderers (1973)
 1973 Egan (TV Movie)
Detective Eddie Egan
 1973 The Corner Bar (TV Series)
Frank Flynn
- Aunt Blanche (1973) ... Frank Flynn
- The Space on the Barroom Floor (1973) ... Frank Flynn
- Fifty Grand (1973) ... Frank Flynn
- Mixed Doubles (1973) ... Frank Flynn
- To Your Good Health (1973) ... Frank Flynn
 1972 Ironside (TV Series)
Marty Chapman
- Down Two Roads (1972) ... Marty Chapman (as Eugene H. Roche)
 1972 Slaughterhouse-Five
Edgar Derby
 1972 Crawlspace (TV Movie)
Sheriff Emil Birge
 1971 They Might Be Giants
 1970 Cotton Comes to Harlem
Lt. Anderson
 1968 Premiere (TV Series)
 1967 The Catholic Hour (TV Series)
- Rebirths of Hope (1967) ... Guide
- A Father's Death (1967) ... Guide
- An Abundance of Perspectives (1967) ... Guide
 1967 The Happening
First Motorcycle Officer
 1966 Hawk (TV Series)
Detective Kramer
- Do Not Mutilate or Spindle (1966) ... Detective Kramer
 1965 The Trials of O'Brien (TV Series)
- How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? (1965) ... Henchley (as Gene Roche)
 1964 The Reporter (TV Series)
- No Comment (1964) ... Baker (as Gene Roche)
 1964 The Defenders (TV Series)
Attorney General Freed
- Die Laughing (1964) ... Attorney General Freed
 1964 East Side/West Side (TV Series)
Al Troy
- The Name of the Game (1964) ... Al Troy
 1961-1963 Naked City (TV Series)
George / Patient / Assistant D.A. Smith / ...
- Color Schemes Like Never Before (1963) ... George (as Gene Roche)
- Don't Knock It Till You've Tried It (1962) ... Patient (uncredited)
- One of the Most Important Men in the Whole World (1962) ... Assistant D.A. Smith (as Eugene H. Roche)
- The Hot Minerva (1961) ... Police Detective (uncredited)
 1962 Car 54, Where Are You? (TV Series)
Police Officer
- The Beast Who Walked the Bronx (1962) ... Police Officer (uncredited)
 1961 Splendor in the Grass
Private Detective (uncredited)
  • Blood Sweat and Stanley Poole
  • In the White House
  • All in Good Time
  • Great Day in the Morning
  • Mother Courage
  • The Millionairess
  • The Price
  • Waiting For Godot
  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
  • Between Two Thieves
  • Father Uxbridge Wants to Marry
  • Under Milkwood

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