Larry Blake (1914-1982) was an American actor who started out in vaudville, eventually becoming a headliner on the Orpheum circuit. His film career began in 1936 when he signed a contract with Universal Studios. Some of the more renowned films he appeared in include Sunset Blvd. and High Noon. Much of his latter career was spent in television, appearing on shows such as The Adventures of Superman, The Lone Ranger, Dragnet, Have Gun, Will Travel, Death Valley Days, Wagon Train, The Munsters, Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, The Big Valley, The Fugitive, and Kung Fu. He was also a prominent advocate of Alcoholics Anonymous, having himself once been a member.