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Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane
by James Best

While he is probably most widely known for his role as Rosco P. Coltrane in the long running television hit, “The Dukes of Hazzard” James Best has built an impressive career on both stage and screen, and has taught and guided the careers of some of the Film Industry's biggest stars.

Born in Kentucky and reared in Indiana, Best's first professional stage experience came after WW II in a European tour of “My Sister Eileen” which was produced and directed by Arthur Penn. Penn would later go on to direct Best in “Left Handed Gun” with Paul Newman.

Since then, he has appeared in more than 600 television shows, including “The Twilight Zone”, “Gunsmoke”, “Andy Griffith Show”, “Rawhide”, “Wagon Train”, “The Rebel”, “Bonanza”, “Mod Squad”, “Perry Mason”, “The Fugitive”, to name a few.

Deputy Enos Strate
by Sonny Shroyer

A small town on the Georgia-Florida border. Shroyer, whose given name is Otis Burt Shroyer Jr., grew up steeped in the traditions of the deep South.His prowess in high school football landed him a football scholarship at Florida State University (he later ended up playing football in the movie The Longest Yard (1974) with another FSU football player, Burt Reynolds). However, his football career was cut short by an injury, and Shroyer finished his education at the University of Georgia, where he earned his degree in business.

In 1961, Sonny posed in football gear for a photographer who was shooting pictures for the back cover of the program for the Georgia-Georgia Tech football game. That picture launched Sonny's professional career.


Deputy Clestus Hogg
by Rick Hurst

A talented and handsome blond actor who has also shown a marked interest behind the camera, Ryan Hurst may have been destined to pursue a career in film considering his father's notable television career and his mother's occupation as an acting coach. Born in Los Angeles, CA, in 1976, Hurst found early commercial work before completing his primary education at Santa Monica High School. After an early appearance in a Spam commercial and a few helpful tips from mom and dad, the youth began to hit his stride on the stage.


Sheriff Ed Little
by Don Colley

Don Pedro Colley is a versatile actor, who has played a full spectrum of parts from TV sitcom to the classics during his career. Cast as a Black, Mexican, Arab, Portuguese and even Oriental, he has portrayed a complex range of characters with skill, timing and complete believability. A rare quality fostered by intuition, constant training, study and practice of his craft.  Born August 30th, 1938 in the small Northwestern town of Klamath Falls, Oregon. 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighing 250 pounds