The Cast of COMBAT!
What Are They Doing Today?"
Photo from COMBOAT '96.
(From left) Conlan Carter, Tom Lowell, Rick Jason,
Pierre Jalbert, Jack Hogan, Dick Peabody
Photo by Jim Duffy
- Vic Morrow died on July 23, 1982 while
filming "Twilight Zone: The Movie." His entertainment career spanned 27 years.
- Rick Jason Rick died on October 16, 2000. He lived with his wife Cindy in
Moorpark, California, where he kept busy running The Wine Locker, a 4,000
square-foot storage facility where people can store their favourite beverages under
optimal conditions. He had just published his autobiography in July, 2000 and had returned
the previous weekend from a Combat! convention in Las Vegas.
A letter from Rick Jason
tribute to Rick from the Los Angeles Times
- Dick Peabody passed away on December 27, 1999 from prostate cancer. Back surgery
sidelined his acting career in 1985 and forced him to devote more time to writing -- which
is what he has always enjoyed most. He is survived by his wife Tina who lives in the
"Combat!" articles written by Dick Peabody
Peabody's letter about the "Combat!" cast written to
- After "Combat!", Conlan Carter received his commercial pilot's license.
His last showbiz appearance was in a MacGyver episode in 1986. Later that year, he took a
job in Florida, where he now pilots a private jet. He and wife Betty also raise oranges on
a 20-acre commercial grove.
- Jack Hogan worked as a casting director in Hawaii for many years, making frequent
appearances on "Jake and the Fat Man" and "Magnum, P.I." He retired
recently from acting. Current photo
- Tom Lowell teaches Theater, Video Production, English, and American Literature,
plus produces and directs all the plays at a high school in the San Fernando Valley. He is
married to his second wife, Sharon. A letter from Tom
- Pierre Jalbert, who was a film editor before "Combat!", is still active
in Hollywood as a film and ADR editor. Current photo of
Pierre and Joy Jalbert
- Shecky Greene performs his stand-up comedy act in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and
other locations around the country. interview