On television, Willingham had a recurring role in the series Home Improvement and appeared as a guest star in the series Murder, She Wrote and Northern Exposure, both on CBS, and Quantum Leap. His additional television credits include A Woman with a Past, The Alamo, and Unconquered. Willingham had three children, Stori Willingham, Meghan McGlohen and John Ross McGlohen. He had one grandson, Noble Willingham III. In 2004, he died of natural causes in Palm Springs, California at age 72.
He was best known for his role as C.D. Parker on the series Walker, Texas Ranger from 1993 to 1999. He left the show to run for Congress. He was the Republican challenger in 1st Congressional District of Texas but lost the election to incumbent Max Sandlin.
Noble Willingham Facts
|Birthday||August 31, 1930|
|Birthplace||Mneola, Texas, USA|
|Date of death||January 17, 2004 (Palm Springs, California, USA, age 73)|