On the revived Battlestar Galactica (2004–09), Rhodes played Chief Medical Officer Sherman Cottle who smoked cigarettes in most scenes. Given birth to and raised in Winnipeg, Canada, Donnelly Rhodes trained to be always a warden in the Country wide Park Program in Manitoba and joined the Royal Canadian Surroundings Force seeing that an airman-mechanic before finally settling into his lengthy and successful profession as an professional. Donnelly Rhodes Net Worth is $1.5 Million Mini Biography. | Most recently Rhodes played Mr. Decker, Rufus Decker's father, in the two seasons of The Romeo Section on CBC in 2015-2016. Four years after their marriage, the couple also went on to end their marriage in divorce. Scroll down and check out his short and/or medium salt and pepper hairstyles & haircuts. In 1991 he played the "Prodigal Father" in an episode of Murder She Wrote. She was previously married to Dwight Arthur Dewey, Donnelly Rhodes and Leland Russell Banister. © 2020 TV GUIDE, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. The CW has given a pilot script order to “Dark Shadows: Reincarnation,” a one-hour gothic horror drama based on the original Dark Shadows ... Former daytime executive turned legendary soap opera producer Paul Rauch died on December 10 in New York due to complications from blood clo... Joan Crawford Takes Daughter's Soap Opera Role by Robert Windeler New York Times October 23, 1968 Joan Crawford, the 60-year-old ... A lot of people in the daytime soap opera industry like to blame O.J. What a long and varied career Donnelly Rhodes has produced. Simpson, the growing number of cable channels, reality television, th... Late in 2009, We Love Soaps pulled together a panel of 14 soap opera journalists and critics to come up with a list of the 50 Greatest Soa... Actress Brenda Benet kills self, star in soap Pittsburgh Post-Gazette April 9, 1982 Brenda Benet, a hated seductress in the DAYS OF OU... One of the more surprising trends in Spanish speaking television is the ascendance of Turkish dramas in Latin American markets. The Canadian actor passed away from cancer on Monday, CTV News reports. He was a very good actor. Donnelly Rhodes Henry (December 4, 1937 – January 8, 2018) was a Canadian character actor with many American television and film credits, probably best known to American audiences as the hapless escaped convict Dutch Leitner on the ABC soap opera spoof Soap and as Phillip Chancellor II on The Young and the Restless.Rhodes was well known to Canadian audiences as Sgt. Hit the "Tweet" button at the top ↑ 2. Trivia (6) Acted with his brother, Tim Henry, in Famous Jury Trials (1971) on Canadian channel CTV. He is most remembered for Dr. Grant Roberts in the family adventure series Danger Bay. Hathorn,Billy. Just a friendly reminder: don't be ashamed to admit that you have a crush on him. Given birth to and raised in Winnipeg, Canada, Donnelly Rhodes trained to be always a warden in the Country wide Park Program in Manitoba and joined the Royal Canadian Surroundings Force seeing that an airman-mechanic before finally settling into his lengthy and successful profession as an professional. 2 Ways to Vote him Up! ), THE COMPLETE LIST: 25 Biggest Blunders In Daytime Soap Opera History (September 2011), 50 Greatest Soap Opera Actresses: The Complete List, FLASHBACK: Brenda Benet Commits Suicide (1982), TELENOVELA WATCH: Turkish Dramas Dubbed into Spanish Including 'Amor de Contrabando,' 'Las Mil y Una Noches' & 'Qué culpa tiene Fatmagül? Nick Raitt in the … Father of Seana Henry and Westerly Henry. ... Donnelly Rhodes Henry December 4, 1937 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Donnelly Rhodes Net Worth is $1.6 Million Mini Biography. Episode "Of Sound Mind" In 1984, he had a supporting role as the beleaguered father, Art Foster, in the short-lived TV series Double Trouble, and appeared as Arland D. Williams Jr. in the television disaster film Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac. RIP, Donnelly Rhodes I spotted Donnelly Rhodes early in his career, thought he'd make the big time for a while. He played the character Milash in an episode of Smallville in 2008. In 1966, Rhodes appeared as the Indian Red Eagle in the episode "Pariah" of NBC's western series, The Road West.