Bryce Bond (Actor)

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(12-21-1928 - 01-10-1992) Age 64

Bryce Bond was an American child actor born on October 16, 1940, in Pasadena, California, and passed away on June 25, 1993, in Los Angeles, California.

Bond began his acting career in the late 1940s, working primarily in television shows and movies aimed at children. He appeared in numerous productions over the course of his career, often playing supporting roles.

Some of Bond's notable film credits include "The Kid from Cleveland" (1949), "Stars in My Crown" (1950), and "Kim" (1950). He also appeared in various TV shows, including "The Lone Ranger," "The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin," and "The Loretta Young Show."

One of Bond's most memorable roles was as Joey Newton in the TV series "Fury," which aired from 1955 to 1960. He appeared in 92 episodes of the series and became a household name among young audiences during that time.

Bond retired from acting in the early 1960s and went on to pursue a career in the music industry. He released several albums and became a successful songwriter, with his songs being recorded by various artists.





He appeared in the following 3 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater
Date Episode Title Plot
02/28/1978 0790 A Message from Space A journalist is hell bent on rubbishing the existence of UFOs. But there are a few surprises coming his way.
05/23/1978 0838 Window to Oblivion Thirty long years after the disappearance of a WWII aircraft pilot in a regular flight over the Bermuda Triangle, spirit mediums attempt to communicate with him to put him in touch with his wife.
10/16/1978 0906 The Winds of Time A woman visits paranormal expert Bryce Bond to relieve her of the incessant and debilitating migraines she experiences. In order to cure her, she must travel through time and secure closure for things left unresolved in her past lives.

16 Responses to Bond Bryce

I think I found another Bryce Bond episode, 755, the Ghost with a Knife. Not sure if he has a role but story is based on his account.


Good catch. I had a sense that there was another where someone else played Bond, in this case Arnold Moss. Thanks Cathy.


"Are you...THERE? Are you...THERE?"


Bryce Bond is listed as an actor at the IMDb website but there must be more to his personal story. They need more info about him. He is also described as a "psychic" in some web posts. I am curious: How did he meet Ian Marshal? Or did he? Ian speaks as if they were acquainted. BTW: I am also an actor and director and a huge fan of CBS Mystery Theater and the ABC Adventure Theater which included some of the same writers and actors.

Mark Taylor-Canfield

I am 53 yrs old. When I was 19 I was interested in finding a great psychic. My Aunt Sandra Rubin referred me to Bryce Bond. I made an appointment and went to his apartment in Manhattan on the East side. Today everything he said has played out. Not by subconscious interference yet just my karma and lifestyle. He actually made an audio cassette tape which unfortunately I misplaced over the years. I spent 3 hours with him and he gave me a signed book. A tale of two cities. An amazing man. I wish I could spend more with him today.

StacyFaye Blum

Bryce Bond was born on December 21, 1928 in Plainfield, Union County, New Jersey, USA. He is an actor, known for Windows (1980) and Death Mask (1984). He appeared in 3 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater.


You are right. Bryce was my father's brother. We loved him he was not a child actor nor was he born in 1940 but December 21, 1928. He died in NYC in the early 1990's. If you want to know anything about Uncle Bryce let me know. He had been a DJ for many years, in Norfolk. Va and in NY state. Also did commercials and more.

Beth Bond

I really enjoyed his episodes and wish they'd made more of them!


Hello, Bryce Bond was my Uncle. Sadly, he passed away in NYC on 10 Jan 1992. Thank you all for your comments.

Maure Bond

Maure, Was your uncle married to a woman named Marty, perhaps Martina? Back in the 1960s, I knew her. My father worked in the same building as the dentist she worked for. She mentioned that she was married to a "radio personality" named Bryce Bond. She would speak of him often.

Chip Getter

Hello Chip, Yes, Aunt Marti and Uncle Bryce were married for 23 years. He was from Long Island, NY but they met when he moved down to Va. for work. They lived in Norfolk in the 1950's. They later moved to NYC. She was a Virginia girl. He worked at WNOR for years on radio and for a while on a tv news broadcast for them. Thank you for writing.

Maure Bond

Radio personality, Disc Jockey, TV news announcer, actor and journalist Bryce Bond worked at a number of different radio stations in Virginia and New York. His radio moniker at WNOR was The Night Mayor of Norfolk. He released a number of easy listening albums in the 60s and acted in 2 films (Windows and Death Mask). He later became a journalist involved in UFO sightings and psychic work.


Hi...I worked with Bryce Bond in the early to mid '60s at WVOX in New Rochelle N.Y. I was in high school at the time and was fascinated by the radio station which was in the lower level of the office building where my father had his office. Bryce was one of the radio personalities at the station. I liked hm...very friendly and encouraging to me insofar as radio might be a career. I ended up at Syracuse...majored in in TVR and film in Grad school. Thank Bryce.


Hello, i met Mr Bond in 1980's at his NYC apartment for health advice. he told me about his US Navy service and strange photos he saw from Admirmal RE Byrd trip to South Pole 1946. a true gentleman and scholar

carl g silverman

Thank you Carl I am his niece.

Beth Bond

"A Stranger Among Us" sounds like a Bond story but I think the main character has a different name..


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