The United Veterans Council of San Joaquin County announced Dobson’s death Monday afternoon. He served as the former chairman of the organization.
Dobson, a former Army soldier and conductor on the Long Island Railroad, began his acting career in the late 1960’s, first appearing in “One Life to Live,” “Doctors,” “Mod Squad,” ” Shows like “Emergency” appeared. And “cannon.” Her first major role came in “Kozak”, where she played Detective Bobby Crocker, opposite Lieutenant Theo Kozak of Tally Savlas. The show aired on CBS for five seasons from 1973-1978, and Dobson reunited with the cast of the 1990 TV movie “Kozak: It’s Tears Smoothing”.
Dobson joined the cast of the primetime soap opera “Notes Landing” in 1982 during its fourth season. He played the role of Marion Patrick “Mack” Mackenzie, star Michelle Lee’s character Karen Mackenzie’s love and interesting husband. He was the lead member of the series until its cancellation in 1993 after 14 seasons. He and the artists reunited in 1997 for a miniseries called “Nuts Landing: Back to Cool-D-Sac”. For her role, she received five soap opera digest awards throughout her career.
He appeared in several other soap operas, such as “Bold and the Be Beautiful Beautiful” as Devin Owens in 2006-2007 and “Days of Aref Lives” as Mickey Horton in 2006. His other credits include “House of Lights,” “Hawaii Five-0” and “Anger Management.” ”
Dobson is survived by his wife, Susan, and three children.