Mason Alan Dinehart Actor and businessman

Mason Alan Dinehart is a 87 years old Actor and businessman from Hollywood, California. He was born on April 30, 1936 in Hollywood, California as Mason Alan Dinehart III. His nickname is Alan Dinehart III, Mase Dinehart, Mason Alan Dinehart III.



see actor Alan Dinehart. Mason Alan Dinehart also known as Mason Alan Dinehart III or as Alan Dinehart III or as Mase Dinehart is an American businessman and former actor best known for his role as a youthful Bat Masterson in thirty-four episodes between 1955 and 1959 of the ABC/Desilu television series The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp starring Hugh O'Brian in the title role of the frontier marshal Wyatt Earp.
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Birth name of Mason Alan Dinehart is Mason Alan Dinehart III
Is Mason Alan Dinehart still alive?

Yes, Mason Alan Dinehart is still alive Last check: 2 years ago


His mother is Mozelle Britton and his father is Alan Dinehart. His mother died at the age of (Mason was 17 years old). When Mason born she was 23 years old. and Alan Dinehart was 46 years old when Mason born. His father was an Actor.


Mozelle Britton
Mother: Mozelle Britton
Alan Dinehart
Father: Alan Dinehart


Mason Alan Dinehart Movies (5)

There are 5 movies of Mason Alan Dinehart.

His first feature film was Easy Living (1949, as Urchin). He was 13 when he starred in this movie. Since 1949, he has appeared in 5 feature films. The last one is Platinum High School (1960). In this movie, we watched him in the Bob Treadwell (as Mason Alan Dinehart) character .

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Mason Alan Dinehart movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

What is Mason's zodiac sign?

Mason Alan Dinehart zodiac sign is taurus.

When is Dinehart's next birthday?

Mason Alan Dinehart was born on the , which was a Thursday. He will be turning 88 in only 212 days from today (01 October, 2023).

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