Barry Jenner Dead

Barry Jenner, Family Matters and Dallas Actor, Dead at 75

Barry Jenner, who had roles in Family MattersDallasStar Trek: Deep Space 9 and several other series, died Monday of acute myeloid leukemia at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles , per The Hollywood Reporter. He was 75.

Jenner played Carl’s nincompoop boss Lt. Murtaugh for several seasons of Family Matters and DS9′s Admiral Ross in Seasons 6 and 7. He also was Dr. Jerry Kenderson for 25 episodes of the ’80s drama Dallas.

Jenner’s other TV credits include Silk Stalkings; Walker, Texas Ranger; Remington Steele; Knots Landing and Days of Our Lives.

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6 Comments
  1. iHeart says:

    hey that reminds me, wasn’t he like name dropped in an episode of King of the Hill? I think the episode was entitled Cotton’s Plot

  2. Tom says:

    He will be missed, Admiral Ross was a great character

  3. Cathyd says:

    I also remember him play Julie Marsh’s ex-husband on Matlock! He was a great actor and will be missed! RIP Mr. Jenner

  4. Roger M, Sands says:

    Barry was not only a fine actor but an outstanding gentleman and public servant. Aside from his busy schedule in his acting roles he spent 21 years as a Los Angeles Police Reserve Officer. I had the good fortune to work with Barry on many police details. He treated people with respect and sincere kindness. My loss revolves around a fine actor, gentleman, police officer and a friend.
    Rest in peace Barry
    rs

  5. Barry’s ALHS classmates, January 1959,are deeply saddened with the sad loss of Barry. We were so glad he and his wife could attend our 51st Abraham Lincoln High School reunion at Cape May, New Jersey. In e-mails Barry would write how excited he was to attend this reunion.
    Barry was in my home room class at Lincoln High. Our sympathy and love goes out to his wife and family.
    Warmly,
    Joan Hinsdale Stow, Co-President January 1959 Class