Dolph Sweet

GIL McGOWAN

First Appearance: June 20, 1972
Last Appearance: January 25, 1977
Portrayer: Dick Dysard, June 20, 1972 - July 18, 1972.
Charles Durning, July 21, 1972 - November 1972.
Dolph Sweet, December 19, 1972 - January 25, 1977.
Arrival: Assigned to be Ted Clark's parole officer.
Departure: Left to find his son Tim McGowan (RIP) in Bolivia.
Introduction Scenes: (Dick Dysard) To Gerald Davis in his office, "Good morning. I'm looking for Ted Clark."
(Charles Durning) To Ted Clark, "Come on, sit down and make yourself comfortable."
(Dolph Sweet) The terrace to John Randolph (RIP), "Mr. Randolph?"
Exit Scenes: (Dick Dysard) To Ada in her living room about looking after Ted Clark, "Can I count on you for that?"
(Dolph Sweet) To Ada, walking out the front door, "Hasta la vista, sweetheart."
Date of Death: January 1977.
Cause of Death: A mine explosion.
Place of Death: Bolivia, South America.
Other Whereabouts: New York (-1972).
Spouses: Marion McGowan (RIP).
Ada Hobson (RIP) (married on July 18, 1973. Dissolved in January 1977).

Charles Durning Relatives: Nancy McGowan (RIP), mother. Tim McGowan (RIP), son. Burt McGowan, son. Nancy McGowan, daughter. Nick McGowan, grandson. Sandy McGowan, granddaughter.
Former Occupation: Policeman, lieutenant.
Notes: The last known mention of Gil McGowan was on January 8, 1998 by Rachel Cory.