Gavin MacLeod
MacLeod in a publicity photo for The Mary Tyler Moore Show in 1970
Born
Allan George See

(1931-02-28)February 28, 1931
DiedMay 29, 2021(2021-05-29) (aged 90)
Alma materIthaca College (BFA)
OccupationActor, author
Years active1955–2017
Known forMurray Slaughter on The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Captain Merrill Stubing on The Love Boat
Spouse(s)
  • Joan F. Rootvik
    (m. 1955; div. 1972)
  • Patti Kendig
    (m. 1974; div. 1982)
  • (m. 1985)
Children4
Military service
Allegiance United States
BranchUnited States Air Force
Years1952–1954
Rank
Airman
Websitegavinmacleod.com

Gavin MacLeod (/məkˈld/) (born Allan George See; February 28, 1931 – May 29, 2021) was an American actor best known for portraying Merrill Stubing, the ship's captain, on ABC's The Love Boat and Murray Slaughter on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. A Christian television host and author whose career spanned six decades, he also appeared as a guest on several talk, variety, and religious programs.

MacLeod's career began in films in 1957. In 1965, he starred in The Sword of Ali Baba. He went on to appear in A Man Called Gannon (1968), in The Thousand Plane Raid (1969), and in Kelly's Heroes (1970).

MacLeod also achieved continuing television success co-starring alongside Ernest Borgnine[1] on McHale's Navy (1962–1964) as Joseph "Happy" Haines.

Early life

MacLeod was born in Mount Kisco, New York, the elder of two children.[2] His mother, Margaret (née Shea) See (1906–2004), a middle school dropout, worked for Reader's Digest. His father, George See (1906–1945), an electrician, was part Chippewa (Ojibwe).[3] His brother Ronald was three years his junior. He grew up in Pleasantville, New York, and studied acting at Ithaca College, from which he graduated in 1952 with a bachelor's degree in fine arts.[4]

After serving in the United States Air Force,[5] he moved to New York City and worked at Radio City Music Hall while looking for acting work. At about this time he changed his name, drawing "Gavin" from a physically disabled victim in a television drama, and "MacLeod" from his Ithaca drama coach, Beatrice MacLeod.[6] MacLeod said in a 2013 interview with Parade about his stage name, he "felt as if my name was getting in the way of my success." Allan, he wrote, "just wasn't strong enough," and See was "too confusing."[7]

Career

MacLeod made his television debut in 1957 on The Walter Winchell File at the age of 26.[8] His first movie appearance was a small, uncredited role in The True Story of Lynn Stuart in 1958.[9] Soon thereafter, he landed a credited role in I Want to Live!, a 1958 prison drama starring Susan Hayward.[10] He was soon noticed by Blake Edwards, who in 1958 cast him in the pilot episode of his NBC series Peter Gunn, two guest roles on the Edwards CBS series Mr. Lucky in 1959,[10] and as a nervous harried navy yeoman in Operation Petticoat, with Cary Grant and Tony Curtis. Operation Petticoat proved to be a breakout role for MacLeod, and he was soon cast in two other Edwards comedies, High Time, with Bing Crosby and The Party with Peter Sellers.[11]

In December 1961, he landed a guest role on The Dick Van Dyke Show, which was his first time working with Mary Tyler Moore.[12] MacLeod also had guest appearances on Perry Mason, The Andy Griffith Show, Ben Casey, The Big Valley, Hogan's Heroes, Ironside, and My Favorite Martian.[12] He played the role of a drug pusher, "Big Chicken", in two episodes of the first season of Hawaii Five-O.[13]

MacLeod with Betty White on the set of The Mary Tyler Moore Show in August 1975
MacLeod with Betty White on the set of The Mary Tyler Moore Show in August 1975

His first regular television role began in 1962 as Joseph "Happy" Haines on McHale's Navy; he left this role after two seasons to appear in the motion picture The Sand Pebbles with Steve McQueen.[1]

MacLeod's breakout role as Murray Slaughter on CBS's The Mary Tyler Moore Show won him lasting fame and two Golden Globe Award nominations.[14] His starring role as Captain Stubing on The Love Boat, his next television series, was broadcast in 90 countries worldwide, between 1977 and 1986, spanning nine seasons.[14] His work on that show earned him three Golden Globe nominations.[14] Co-starring with him was a familiar actor and best friend Bernie Kopell as Dr. Adam Bricker and Ted Lange as bartender Isaac Washington. Lange said in a 2017 interview with The Wiseguyz Show of MacLeod that "Oh yeah, sure, Gavin was wonderful. Gavin lives down here in Palm Springs and we're still tight, all of us, Gavin and Bernie and Jill; we still see each other. Fred (Grandy) lives in a different state, we're still close, we're still good friends."[15]

MacLeod became the global ambassador for Princess Cruises in 1986. He played a role in ceremonies launching many of the line's new ships.[16][17] In 1997, MacLeod joined the Love Boat cast on The Oprah Winfrey Show. After The Love Boat, MacLeod toured with Michael Learned of The Waltons in Love Letters. He made several appearances in musicals such as Gigi and Copacabana between 1997 and 2003.[18][19] In December 2008, he appeared with the Colorado Symphony in Denver.[20]

MacLeod and his wife were hosts on the Trinity Broadcasting Network for 17 years, primarily hosting a show about marriage called Back on Course.[21] MacLeod appeared in Rich Christiano's Time Changer, a movie about time travel and how the morals of society have moved away from the Bible. He also plays the lead role in Christiano's 2009 film The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry.[22][1]

Later activity

In April 2010, the entire cast of The Love Boat attended the TV Land Awards with the exception of MacLeod, due to a back operation to repair a couple of injured discs. Former co-star and long-term friend Ted Lange contacted him and received word that MacLeod was doing well.[23] In December, MacLeod appeared as a guest narrator with the Florida Orchestra and Master Chorale of Tampa Bay.[24]

MacLeod served as the honorary Mayor of Pacific Palisades for five years, until Sugar Ray Leonard succeeded him in 2011.[25] On February 28, 2011, MacLeod celebrated his 80th birthday aboard the Golden Princess on Princess Cruises in Los Angeles, California. His friends and family wished him a happy birthday and presented him with a 5-foot-long (1.5 m) 3-D cake replica of the Pacific Princess, the original "Love Boat".[26][27]

MacLeod appeared on the special for Betty White's 90th birthday on January 17, 2012. He reunited with White to film "Safety Old School Style", an in-flight safety video for Air New Zealand in 2013.[28] By January 2013, the video had been viewed two million times on YouTube. In October 2013, MacLeod appeared on Today to begin the promotional tour for his new book This Is Your Captain Speaking: My Fantastic Voyage Through Hollywood, Faith & Life.[29] This appearance included a special set change to honor MacLeod's appearance on the show. In addition to television appearances, he continued his national book tour.[30][31]

MacLeod in 2006
MacLeod in 2006

On November 5, 2013, MacLeod joined his Love Boat castmates live on the CBS daytime show The Talk. A full one-hour episode was dedicated to the cast reunion. The Talk co-hosts dressed in costumes to commemorate their special guests' arrivals. Spanish-American actress Charo also appeared on the reunion show. Charo guest-starred in eight episodes of The Love Boat. Jack Jones performed the Love Boat theme song, which he introduced in 1977.[32]

In December 2013, MacLeod appeared on The 700 Club to discuss his life and career.[33] The following year, on February 1, MacLeod was honored with a star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars in downtown Palm Springs, California.[34] In January 2015, MacLeod appeared in the Rose Parade along with several other members of the original cast of The Love Boat.[35] Later that same year MacLeod starred in the play Happy Hour at the Coachella Valley Repertory Theatre (CVRep) in Rancho Mirage, California, a role which earned him critical praise.[36][37]

Writing

In 1987, following MacLeod's conversion and remarriage, he and his wife, Patti, wrote about struggles with divorce and alcoholism in Back On Course: The Remarkable Story of a Divorce That Ended in Remarriage.[38]

In 2013, MacLeod released his memoir,[39] This Is Your Captain Speaking: My Fantastic Voyage Through Hollywood, Faith & Life. The book recalls his upbringing, as well as his life after more than fifty years in Hollywood. He said, "... all my living has been based on what other people have written ... I hope it can help others, how I overcame and never gave up. There are so many lessons in life."[40] In the book, MacLeod recounted his stories as a young actor trying to make a name for himself in Hollywood, the lifelong friends he made, his bout with alcoholism and divorce and his journey through faith and Christianity.[41]

Personal life

MacLeod married his second wife Patti in 1974. It was also her second marriage. During his time as the Captain on The Love Boat, in 1982, MacLeod divorced her. She then spent the next three years seeking help from psychiatrists on both the West and the East coasts. Patti eventually received a telephone call from Shirley Boone, wife of Pat Boone, inviting her to a Christian prayer group that contained a number of famous actresses who started to pray for Gavin.

MacLeod later said, "From that day, I started to think about her. Something told me to call Patti. I called Patti. I went back to see her the following Monday and things haven't been the same since." MacLeod asked her what had happened. She then explained everything to him, including that she had given her life to Jesus Christ.[42] They remarried in 1985. During the mid-1980s, they became evangelical Protestants and credited their faith for bringing them back together.[43]

On September 20, 2009, MacLeod discussed his conversion to Christianity at The Rock Church in Anaheim, California, with further guest appearances in 2012.[44]

Death

MacLeod died at his home in Palm Desert, California, on May 29, 2021, aged 90, after a period of ill health. No cause was given.[45][46] He is interred at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Cathedral City.

Filmography

MacLeod with Joyce Bulifant and Michael Higa on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in May 1975
MacLeod with Joyce Bulifant and Michael Higa on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in May 1975

Film

Year Title Role Source
1958 I Want to Live! The Lieutenant [47]
1959 Compulsion Padua – Horn's Assistant [48]
1959 Pork Chop Hill Private Saxon [49]
1959 Operation Petticoat Seaman Ernest Hunkle, USN [50]
1959 The Gene Krupa Story Ted Krupa (uncredited) [51]
1960 Twelve Hours to Kill Johnny [52]
1960 High Time Professor Thayer [53]
1961 The Crimebusters Harry Deiner [54]
1962 War Hunt Pvt. Crotty [55]
1964 McHale's Navy Seaman Joseph Haines [56]
1965 The Sword of Ali Baba Hulagu Khan [57]
1965 McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force Seaman Joseph Haines [58]
1965 Deathwatch Emil [59]
1966 Baby Makes Three Dr. Charles Norwood [60]
1966 The Sand Pebbles Crosley [61]
1968 A Man Called Gannon Lou [62]
1968 The Party C.S. Divot [63]
1969 The Thousand Plane Raid Sgt. Kruger [64]
1969 The Comic 1st Director [65]
1970 The Intruders Warden [66]
1970 Kelly's Heroes Moriarty, Oddball's bow machine-gunner and mechanic [67]
2002 Time Changer Dr. Norris Anderson [68]
2009 The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry Jonathan Sperry [41]

Television

Year Title Role Notes Source
1957 The Walter Winchell File Crook Episode: "Act of Folly" [8]
1958 U.S. Marshal Buck Episode: "The Arraignment" [69]
1958 The Walter Winchell File Stone Ballston Episode: "The Walkout" [8]
1958–60 Peter Gunn George Fallon / Mitch Borden 2 episodes [10]
1959–60 Mr. Lucky Salesman / Bugsy McKenna 2 episodes [10]
1959 Men Into Space Dave Parsons "Lost Missile" [70]
1959–62 The Untouchables Three-Fingered Jack White / William 'Porker' Davis / Whitey Metz 3 episodes [71]
1960–68 Death Valley Days Phil Arnold / Dandy Martin 2 episodes [72]
1961 Dr. Kildare Lorenzo Lawson Episode: "Winter Harvest" [73]
1961 Straightaway Episode: "The Heist" [73]
1961 The Dick Van Dyke Show Maxwell Cooley Episode: "Empress Carlotta's Necklace" [74]
1961 The Investigators Frankie Giff Episode: "Style of Living" [75]
1961–65 Perry Mason Dan Platte / Mortimer Hershey / Lawrence Comminger 3 episodes [76]
1962–64 McHale's Navy Seaman Joseph "Happy" Hanes 73 episodes [77]
1964 The Munsters Paul Newmar Episode: "The Sleeping Cutie" [78]
1965 Rawhide Rian Powers Episode: "The Meeting" [79]
1965 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. Fred Fay Episode: "Dance, Marine, Dance" [80]
1965 The Andy Griffith Show Bryan Bender / Gilbert Jamel 2 episodes [81]
1965 The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Cleveland Episode: "The Hong Kong Shilling Affair" [78]
1965–66 My Favorite Martian Alvin Wannamaker 2 episodes [82]
1966–69 Hogan's Heroes Gen. von Rauscher / Maj. Kiegel / Gen. Metzger / Maj. Zolle 4 episodes [83]
1967 Combat! British Cpl. Tommy Behan Episode: "The Masquers" [84]
1966 The Rat Patrol Sgt. Gribs Episode: "The Fatal Chase Raid" [85]
1967 The Road West Nick Marteen Episode: "The Eighty-Seven Dollar Bride" [86]
1967–69 The Big Valley Clute / O'Leary / Mace 3 episodes

[87]

1968–70 It Takes a Thief Gen. Contell / Seymour / Maj. Kazan 3 episodes [88]
1968 Death Valley Days prospector Phil Arnold Episode: "The Great Diamond Mines" [89]
1969 The Flying Nun Harold Harmon Episode: "A Star Is Reborn" [90]
1968–69 Hawaii Five-O Big Chicken 2 episodes [91]
1970–77 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Murray Slaughter 168 episodes [92]
1974 Only with Married Men Jordan Robbins Movie [93]
1974 Tattletales Himself Games Show/One Week (5 episodes) with wife Patti [94]
1977 Ransom for Alice! Yankee Sullivan Movie [95]
1977–87 The Love Boat Captain Merrill Stubing 250 episodes [96]
1980 Murder Can Hurt You Nojack Movie [96]
1980 Scruples Curt Arvey Miniseries [97]
1985 Hotel Martin 'Merrick' Brenner Episode: "Fallen Idols" [98]
1986 The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible Daniel Episode: "Daniel and the Lion's Den" [99]
1987 Student Exchange Vice Principal Durfner Movie [100]
1990 Murder, She Wrote Art Sommers Episode: "The Big Show of 1965" [101]
1991 The General Motors Playwrights Theater Michael Holmes Episode: "The Last Act Is a Solo" [102]
1993 CBS Schoolbreak Special Robert Carter Episode: "If I Die Before I Wake" [103]
1994 Burke's Law Jerry Marz Episode: "Who Killed the Host at the Roast?" [98]
1998 Love Boat: The Next Wave Captain Merrill Stubing Episode: "Reunion" [104]
2000 Oz Cardinal Frances Abgott Episode: "Works of Mercy" [105]
2001–02 The King of Queens Uncle Stu 2 episodes [106]
2002–03 JAG Raymond Harrick Episode: "Standards of Conduct" [107]
2003 Touched by an Angel Calvin Episode: "The Show Must Not Go On" [107]
2006 That '70s Show Smitty 2 episodes [108]
2009 The Suite Life on Deck Mr. Barker 2 episodes [109]
2011 Pound Puppies Captain Gumble (voice) Episode: "Bone Voyage" [110]

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