Robert Foulk as a cop in the Season 6 episode "Lucy and the Loving Cup".
|Birthname:||Robert C. Foulk|
|Born:||May 5, 1908|
|Birthplace:||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Died||February 25, 1989(aged 80)|
|Deathplace:||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Family and Personal information|
|Spouse(s):||Barbara Slater (1947—1989, his death)|
|I Love Lucy|
|Episodes appeared in/|
|"Lucy and the Loving Cup" in Season 6|
Robert Foulk, sometimes known as Bob Foulk (May 5, 1908 – February 25, 1989), was a television] and film character actor best remembered for having played yhr part of Sheriff H. Miller in the CBS-TV series Lassie, a role which he filled in eighteen episodes from 1958 to 1962.  He made a guest appearance as a cop on I Love Lucy in the episode "Lucy and the Loving Cup" in Season 6
Between 1953 and 1959, Foulk was cast in thirteen episodes of the NBC-TV anthology series, The Loretta Young Show. From 1954 to 1957, he was cast in five episodes as Ed Davis in the NBC-TV/CBS-TV sitcom series Father Knows Best, with Robert Young, when the series aired on NBC. In 1956 he played Jackley in the Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Club TV series serial, "The Mystery of the Applegate Treasure."
In 1957 and 1958, Foulk played the outlaw Bill Brocius in three episodes, "Gunslinger from Galeville", "Ride Out at Noon" and "Skeleton Canyon Massacre", of the western television series, Tombstone Territory, with Pat Conway as Sheriff Clay Hollister. By contrast in 1958, Foulk was cast as Sheriff Brady in the film, The Left Handed Gun. From 1959 to 1960, he had the recurring role of bartender Joe Kingston in the NBC western series, [Wikipedia:Wichita_Town|Wichita Town]], with Joel and Jody McCrea.
Robert also made four guest appearances on CBS's Perry Mason, all of them as a law-enforcement officer. He made thirteen appearances on the long-running NBC-TV western series Bonanza, mostly as a sheriff or deputy sheriff. He also had a recurring role as Mr. Wheeler in sixteen episodes of CBS-TV's Wikipedia:Green_Acres Green Acres, which co-starred Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor. In the early 1970s, Foulk made four guest appearances on another Lucille Ball series, CBS's Here's Lucy in various roles.
In 1947, Robert Foulk married actress Barbara Slater, who was an actress starring in many Three Stooges short features. She left Hollywood in the same year. They remained married to each other until his death in 1989.