Russ Tamblyn - Television Appearances

Television Appearances

From 1990–91, Tamblyn starred as Dr. Lawrence Jacoby on the David Lynch-created series Twin Peaks, though his scenes in the 1992 film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me were cut. In 1999, he portrayed Dr. Hayden on the soap opera Days of our Lives, and in 2000, he made an appearance with his daughter Amber on another soap opera, General Hospital, as the character he portrayed ten years earlier on Twin Peaks. He also made appearance on General Hospital in 1997 dancing with his daughter Amber during the Nurses Ball.

Tamblyn has also appeared in television series such as Tarzan, Fame (the 1980s spin-off of the film of the same name), Quantum Leap, Nash Bridges and in Babylon 5 (episode "A Distant Star"). Russ Tamblyn is Chuck Margaret onThe Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret.

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