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Tom Bosley
Sheriff Amos Tupper

Born on October 1, 1927 in Chicago (Illinois).
His stage debut was in Our Town in 1947 at the Fine Arts Theatre (Chicago).

He played Sheriff Amos Tupper from 1984 in "Deadly Lady" (episode no. 2 - 10/07/1984) until 1988 in "Benedict Arnold Slipped Here" (episode no. 84 - 03/13/1988).
He also played Amos Tupper in the next episodes: 7, 9, 19, 24, 29, 32, 36, 40, 47, 50, 53, 57, 61, 68, 73, 76, 78, 84 (for further info about the episodes' titles see the Episode Guide Go to the "Murder, She Wrote Episode Guide").

From The Unofficial Murder, She Wrote Casebook:
Episode no. 2: "Deadly Lady"
"Highlights: [...] By this segment, Jessica is not only a prominent mystery writer, but also has a growing reputation for solving real-life crimes. As such, Amos Tupper, Cabot Cove's not-so-swift law enforcer, welcomes the chance to utilize Jessica's detecting skills. A born diplomat, she leads slow-thinking Amos in the right direction, but allows him to believe he is controlling the investigation".

Text taken from The Unofficial Murder, She Wrote Casebook. Written by James Robert Parish. Published in 1997 by Kensington Books.
Copyright 1997 by James Robert Parish.