For over 30 years, Paul Lambert played character roles on stage, screen, and television. He started out on the Manhattan stage in the early '50s. He also launched his television career around that time, appearing in series through the '80s ranging from Playhouse 90 to Hogan's Heroes to Doogie Howser, M.D.. Lambert died of cancer on April 27, 1997, at age 74.
Biography by Sandra Brennan
- Grew up in Kansas City, Missouri.
- Performed on Broadway in A Little Night Music.
- Served as a lieutenant in the Army Air Forces during World War II.
- Was also a playwright and stage director, and starred in, wrote and directed his own play, Interior Hollywood Day.
- Starred in 14 episodes of the anthology crime comedy drama series, Playhouse 90, more than any other actor.