Top TV Series

Stranger Things
The Mandalorian
House of the Dragon
The Boys
The Last of Us
The Witcher
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Umbrella Academy
Reacher
The Handmaid's Tale
Rick and Morty
Yellowstone
Andor
Grey's Anatomy
Wednesday
Black Mirror
True Detective
The Rookie
The Wheel of Time
Foundation
Silo
Halo
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
Ahsoka
Fargo
The Orville
Only Murders in the Building
Fallout
Severance
You
Squid Game
Peacemaker (2022)
9-1-1
The Sandman
Outlander
Gen V
Tulsa King
South Park
Superman & Lois
The White Lotus
Shogun (2024)
Upload
The Morning Show
Chicago Fire
The Bear
Cobra Kai
1923
Family Guy
The Night Agent
American Horror Story
William Windom

William Windom



United States

Age: 88

Born: 28 Sep, 1923

Died: 16 Aug, 2012

Known for

In The Girl with Something Extra as Stuart Klineas Stuart Kline

in The Girl with Something Extra
In The Farmer's Daughter as Congressman Glen Morleyas Congressman Glen Morley

in The Farmer's Daughter

TV Series Starring William Windom

The Girl with Something ExtraThe Girl with Something Extra
NBC, 1973 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy
Rating: 1/5

The Girl with Something Extra was a comedy about the relationship between a normal man and a wife who happens to have a paranormal power: newly married couple John Burton (played by John Davidson) and Sally Burton (played by Sally Field), and their misadventures after John discovers that Sally has ESP. This ability allows her to read other people's minds.


The Farmer's DaughterThe Farmer's Daughter
ABC, 1963 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy

A series about a woman who sought a government job teaching children in the Congo. She contacts her Congressman for help. She barges her way in to see him. He's initially perturbed, but notices how well she interacted with his children. As a widower he needed help to raise the kids and hires her. Her "common-folk" outlook at issues become a great help to the Congressman. The series was based on the 1948 movie of the same name that starred Loretta Young and Joseph Cotten. Inger Stevens and William Windom played the the televised versions of the roles originated on the big screen by Young and Cotten.