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Hamilton Camp
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Veteran character/voice actor Hamilton Camp appeared as Bart Furley in one episode of Three's Company.
Personal Information
Born: (1934-10-30)30 October 1934
Birthplace: London, England
Died 2 October 2005(2005-10-02) (aged 70)
Deathplace: Los Angeles, California
Career/Family Information
Actor and Voice artist
Years active: 1960 to 2005, his death
Character information
Appeared on: Three's Company guest appearance
Character played: Bart Furley in "Furley vs. Furley" in Season 5
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Hamilton Camp appeared as Bart Furley, the hard-harded, mean-spirited, and ruthlessly cruel brother of Ralph Furley and owner of the Hacienda Palms Apartments in the fifth season Three's Company episode titled "Furley vs. Furley". Hamilton was an actor, a singer, and a songwriter.

Life and Career

His acting career started at age twelve in 1946; his music career began in the early 1960s, when he and Bob Gibson made their mark on folk music with the live album, Gate of Horn. In 1964, Hamilton wrote and recorded the folk classic, "Pride of Man", also recorded by artists like Gordon Lightfoot, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Tony Rice, and Gram Parsons.

In the spring of 2004, he appeared as Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night at A Noise Within in Los Angeles. F. Kathleen Foley, writing for the LA Times, said this of his performance: In July of that year, Hamilton appeared in A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Hollywood Bowl, and reprised his role as Snug the Joiner in the production at A Noise Within in Los Angeles during the Fall. During the summers of 2004 and 2005 he coached theater games in Door County, Wisconsin.

In January, 2005, he traveled to the Washington, DC area for appearances at the World Folk Music Association annual benefit concerts (January 14 & 15), and a concert at Jammin' Java on the 16th.

Personal Life

Hamilton married Rasjadah Lisa Jovita Cisz in 1961, and they had six children. His wife Rasjadah died in 2002. He died suddenly of a heart attack 2 October 2005, at the age of 70, four weeks before his 71st birthday, and is survived by his six children and thirteen grandchildren.

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