Tag: The Dukes of Hazzard

Heroes of Cult: John Quade

Not many men have gone toe-to-toe with Buck Rogers, Michael Knight, Steve McQueen, David Carradine, Clint Eastwood, The A-Team and Hunter!  John Quade did. Sometimes on more than one occasion! A character actor of the highest regard he would often be tormenting the biggest heroes of the big […]

Hero of Cult: Don Stroud

Donald Lee “Don” Stroud was born on September 1st 1943 in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is the son of comedian and vaudevillien Clarence Stroud (of the Stroud Twins) and singer Ann Livermore. His brother Duke Stroud is also an actor Mission: Impossible, The Dukes of Hazzard,Voyagers!, The Outlaws, Hill Street Blues, Law & […]

Heroes of Cult: Catherine Bach

Catherine Bach was born on March 1st 1954 in Warren, Ohio. She is descended from the Verdugo family, one of California’s earliest landed families. She grew up on a ranch in South Dakota, where she visited her grandparents in Faith, South Dakota, and graduated from Stevens High School (1970) in Rapid City, South Dakota. […]

Heroes of Cult: Ken Foree

There are not many actors as distinctive as Ken Foree. His on screen presence has helped define many a movie especially those in the horror genre. “I’ve had a varied career. Some fans remember me as the actor who always plays the heavy; others say I always play […]

Heroes of Cult: Steve James

Steve James was born on February 19th 1952 and raised in New York City. His father was trumpet player Hubie James. His uncle was James Wall, who played Mr. Baxter on the children’s television series Captain Kangaroo. His godfather was Joe Seneca who, among many roles, played Danny Glover’s […]

James Best passes away aged 88

Cult Faction must sadly report that James Best aka Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane, the bumbling sheriff in The Dukes of Hazzard passed away Monday night aged 88 years old in the town of Hickory, North Carolina. He died in hospice after a brief illness of complications from pneumonia, said Steve Latshaw, […]