Television, film and stage actor Booth Colman on 15 December 2014 died following a brief illness in Los Angeles. He was 91.
• Born in Portland, Colman began working as a child actor in local theater performances. He later attended the University of Washington and the University of Michigan.
• Colman had a prolific television career with recurring roles in Planet of the Apes, Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, Star Trek, The Waltons, Route 66 and many more.
• His famous films were World Without End, Julius Caesar, Mary Jane, The Errand Boy, Wild on the Beach and Norma Rae.
• Every year, he played the role of Scrooge in Charles Dickens play A Christmas Carol in the Meadow Brook Theatre of United States.