Charles Kimbrough - Details


CHARLES KIMBROUGH (Mr. Donolly) is best known to television audiences for his work on "Murphy Brown." On that show, Kimbrough starred as Jim Dial, "FYI"'s stuffy anchorman, a newsman for 25 years who remarkably never developed any sense of humor.

His feature film credits include "The Water Engine," "The Good Mother," "Switching Channels," "The Seduction of Joe Tynan," "The Front," "Starting Over" and "It's My Turn."

On television, he has appeared on the series "The Nanny" and "The Love Boat: The Next Wave," as well as in the movies-of-the-week "Weekend War," "A Doctor's Story" and "For Ladies Only."

He has appeared on Broadway in "Sunday in the Park with George," which earned him a Drama Desk nomination; "Company," which earned him a Tony Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor; "Hay Fever," "Same Time, Next Year," "Candide," "The Water Engine," "The New Phoenix Repertory Theatre" and "Cop-Out."


  • 23rd May 1936 - Birth