Updated: December 28, 2017
GUY WILLIAMS CAREER TRIBUTE GALLERY #01
Guy Williams started in the acting business in the early
1950's as a professional model, through the "Powers Model
Agency" in New York. When Davy Crockett & The Mickey Mouse
Club was doing well for Walt Disney in 1954. The idea of
doing "Zorro" for television was in the works for 1957. Guy
went to Hollywood to try out for the part, and got the job.
For two great years, Zorro was a smash hit with millions of
kids, and the parents loved it too. The ZZZZZ's were
everywhere, but the show was cancelled. The show was on hold
and Guy's contract with Disney was in limbo. During that time
Guy Williams and cast members traveled the world as a tour
promotioning Zorro, and the show at Disneyland when possible.
When ABC-Disney finally ended the disput Guy was released from
Producer Irwin Allen quickly choosen Guy Williams as the
leading role of his new fantasy, space adventure TV show for CBS
in 1964, and for 3 years from 1965-68 was the father and leader
of the Jupiter-2 mission on Lost in Space. Born in 1924, Guy Williams was one of the B-film stable of regular muscular good-guys of the 1950's & early 60's. Guy did several cameo's for television such as, Bonanza, Return to Honor, & Triangle. Guy also did 5
movies during his career such as, I was a Teenage Werewolf (1957), The Sign of Zorro (1960), Damian & Pythias (1962), The Prince & the Pauper (1962), & Captain Sinbad (1963). After being disappointed with Hollywood, Guy decided to move to Buenos Aires in Argentina in 1973.
This page will highlight Guy Williams other acting performances
both television & film.