|Born||May 28, 1921|
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
|Died||April 9, 2012 (aged 90)|
|Known for||Sam Powers|
Barry Cahill (May 28, 1921 – April 9, 2012) was a Canadian-born American film, theater and television actor, whose professional career spanned more than fifty years. His film credits included Grand Theft Auto, and Sweet Bird of Youth. His television roles included The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters, The Young and the Restless, Dynasty, and Santa Barbara.
Cahill was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, on May 28, 1921, to Stephen and Theresa Cahill.
He portrayed Sam Powers on The Young and the Restless soap opera during the mid-1970s. On television he appeared regularly during the 1960s through early 1980s, on such network shows as Rescue 8 (in 3 episodes), Perry Mason (2), Have Gun – Will Travel (6), Bonanza (2), Ben Casey (2), 12 O'Clock High (4), The Virginian (5), Mission: Impossible (3), Gunsmoke (4), The Rookies (2), Ironside (9), Kolchak: The Night Stalker (2), The Streets of San Francisco (2), M*A*S*H, The Six Million Dollar Man (4), Emergency! (3), The Waltons (3), Lou Grant (2) and Quincy M.E. (4).
Cahill died on April 9, 2012, at the age of 90. For 43 years he was married to actress Rachel Ames. He had a daughter, Christine; step-daughter Susan; and two grandchildren, Jocelyn and Marc.
|1957||Have Gun - Will Travel||Abe Talltree||Episode "The Outlaw"|
|1957||Have Gun - Will Travel||Guard||Episode "The Bride"|
|1957||Have Gun - Will Travel||Sgt. Combs||Episode "The Yuma Treasure"|
|1958||Have Gun - Will Travel||Tom||Episode "A Sense of Justice"|
|1959||Wanted Dead or Alive||Deputy||Episode "Twelve Hours to Crazy Horse"|
|1960||Have Gun - Will Travel||Aaron Bell||Season 3, Episode 21 "The Night the Town Died"|
|1961||Death Valley Days||Sergeant||Episode "The Red Petticoat"|
|1961||Have Gun - Will Travel||Deputy Ed Perrell||Episode"The Hanging of Aaron Gibbs"|