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John Fink

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John Fink
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Biographical information
Birth date (1940-02-11) February 11, 1940 (age 81)
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Gender
Nationality American
Professional information
Occupation Actor
Years active 1966—2007
BSG-related information
Related film Battlestar Galactica
Related series Original Series
Occupation Actor
Character Dr. Paye

John Fink (born February 11, 1940) is an American former actor. He portrayed Dr. Paye in the Original Series pilot "Saga of a Star World".

Biography

Involvement in the Battlestar Galactica universe

Filmography

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Film and Television
Year Title Function Role Notes
2007 The Number 23 actor Young Walter's Father / Young Fingerling's Father Film
2002 Bad Company actor Officer Fink Film
1999 Starry Night actor Alex Manners Film
1999 Flawless actor Gay Republican Lawyer Film
1998 BASEketball actor Surgeon Film
1998 Ally McBeal actor (1 episode) President of Brigham Health Management TV Series
1997 Working actor (1 episode) CBS Dad TV Series
1997 Batman & Robin actor Aztec Museum Guard Film
1997 High Tide actor (1 episode) TV Series
1995 Batman Forever actor Deputy Film
1995 Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story actor Francis Taylor TV Movie
1994 The Client actor Lieutenant Film
1993 Saved by the Bell: The College Years actor (1 episode) Chancellor Williams TV Series
1993 What's Love Got to Do with It actor Anna's Lawyer Film
1993 Falling Down actor Guy Behind Woman Driver Film
1990 The Bonfire of the Vanities actor French Restaurant Patron Film
1990 Flatliners actor Doctor Film
1989 Living Dolls actor (1 episode) Mr. Tate TV Series
1978 Battlestar Galactica actor (1 episode) Dr. Paye TV Series
1978 Battlestar Galactica actor Dr. Paye Film
1978 Quincy M.E. actor (1 episode) Richard Yager TV Series
1978 Laverne & Shirley actor (1 episode) Stan TV Series
1978 Three's Company actor (1 episode) Barry Gates TV Series
1977 Rosetti and Ryan actor (1 episode) TV Series
1976-1977 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman actor (24 episodes) Brian Addams TV Series
1976 The Waltons actor (1 episode) Glen Oldfield TV Series
1976 The Bionic Woman actor (1 episode) Perkins TV Series
1976 High Risk actor Quincey TV Movie
1976 The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case actor Mr. Anderson TV Movie
1975 Bronk actor (1 episode) Terry Howard TV Series
1975 McMillan & Wife actor (1 episode) George Carlisle TV Series
1975 The Fireman's Ball actor Buck TV Movie
1975 Who Is the Black Dahlia? actor Reporter TV Movie
1971-1974 Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law actor (3 episodes) Shaw / Joel Herron TV Series
1973 Linda actor Brownell TV Movie
1973 Love Thy Neighbor actor (1 episode) Roger Turner TV Series
1973 Topper Returns actor George Kerby TV Movie
1972 Home for the Holidays actor Dr. Ted Lindsay TV Movie
1972 The F.B.I. actor (1 episode) Keith Owens TV Series
1972 The Carey Treatment actor Chief Surgeon Andrew Murphy Film
1971 Funny Face actor (1 episode) Will TV Series
1971 Columbo actor (1 episode) Michael Clark TV Series
1970-1971 Nancy actor (17 episodes) Dr. Adam Hudson TV Series
1969-1970 Love of Life actor Alan Sterling #4 TV Series
1970 Loving actor Brad Film
1966 The Secret Storm actor (2 episodes) Jimmy Dobbs TV Series

Notes

  • The character of Dr. Paye was supposed to be supporting in "Saga of a Star World" and more important, but almost all the shot sequences with John Fink have been cut during the editing because they were related to the illness Serina contracted which was written in the early scripts. Paye was supposed to diagnose a lethal disease and take care of her until her death. This plot has been dropped in the final cuts. As a consequence, Fink only appears on screen only for a few seconds when he fixes Cassiopeia's broken arm. However, all the cut sequences are available on the DVD/Blu-ray extra material of the Original Series complete season.

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