MITCHEL L "MITCH" VOGEL (born January 17, 1956) is an American
former child actor . Beginning his professional acting career at the
age of ten, Vogel is perhaps best known for his role as the red-headed
orphan, Jamie Hunter-Cartwright on the
* 1 Biography
* 1.1 Early life and career * 1.2 Acting career * 1.3 After acting
* 2 References * 3 Bibliography * 4 External links
EARLY LIFE AND CAREER
Vogel made his feature film debut at the age of 12, appearing in the
1968 comedy Yours, Mine and Ours , as one of
Having established himself in feature films, Vogel briefly appeared
on an episode of
In addition to his role on Bonanza, Vogel also guest-starred on
several other western television series of the time, including The
Here Come the Brides ,
Gunsmoke , and Dundee and the
Culhane , as well as appearing in a recurring role as "Johnny Johnson"
on the western frontier series Little House on the Prairie from 1974
to 1975. , after which he had a starring role in the 10th episode of
the Saturday morning live-action show,
The Secrets of Isis
In addition to his guest-starring roles on episodic television series, Vogel also appeared in lead roles in the Walt Disney\'s Wonderful World of Color films, Menace on the Mountain in 1970 and The Boy from Dead Man's Bayou in 1971, as well as co-starring in the made-for-television films Born Innocent in 1974 and State Fair in 1976.
In 1978, Vogel left show business and began a life away from the
limelight. He was married in 1985 and the couple have two daughters.
Vogel lives in the
In 2002, Vogel returned to Bonanza's locations for the Travel Channel
's TV Road Trip, in which he narrated a look at the
* ^ "Mitchel L Vogel, Born 01/17/56 in California". California
Birth Index . Retrieved July 9, 2015.
* ^ A B "Ask TV Scout: Young Actor – Mitch Vogel". The Morning
Record. November 18, 1972.
* ^ A B "\'State Fair\' Back For 4th Time". Kentucky New Era. May
* ^ "The 27th Annual
* Holmstrom, John. The Moving Picture Boy: An International Encyclopaedia from 1895 to 1995. Norwich, Michael Russell, 1996,