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Len Wayland, actor, 80



LOS ANGELES (AP) - Len Wayland, a character actor well known to television
viewers from the 1950s through the 1970s, died Feb. 5 of a stroke. He was
80.

Wayland appeared in dozens of episodes of ``The F.B.I'' and ``Dragnet.''

He played Chick Buchanan in the 1950s soap opera ``A Time to Live'' and
was Dr. Buck Weaver in ``From These Roots.''

Years later he appeared in the series ``Love is a Many Splendored Thing,''
and in 1978 was a co-star in the K-9 cop show ``Sam.''

He was also frequently cast in episodes of ``Barnaby Jones,'' ``The
Fugitive (news - Y! TV Coverage)'' and ``Ironside,'' among others.

Wayland's acting credits included roles on stage in productions of ``A
Streetcar Named Desire,'' ``Dark at the Top of the Stairs'' and ``A Man
for All Seasons,'' among others. He retired about 20 years ago. 


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