Mickey Jones (1941-2018)

Actor Mickey Jones, who guest starred in episodes of M*A*S*H and AfterMASH, died Wednesday (February 7th) at the age of 76. Jones played an M.P. in the Season 10 episode “Snap Judgement,” one of two military police officers who stopped Klinger and assume he is in possession of a stolen camera. Jones later played a patient named Gorcey in a 1983 episode of AfterMASH during that show’s first season.

Still from the MASH episode Snap Judgement showing Mickey Jones.

Mickey Jones (left) as M.P. #2 in “Snap Judgement” from Season 10.

Still from the AfterMASH episode Bladder Day Saints showing Mickey Jones as Gorcey.

Mickey Jones as Gorcey in the AfterMASH episode “Bladder Day Saints” (1983).

According to his Internet Movie Database page, Jones began acting in the early 1970s. He had a recurring role on Home Improvement, appearing in 13 episodes of the ABC sitcom between 1991 and 1999. More recently, Jones had a recurring role on FX’s Justified and made guest appearances on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Growing Up Fisher.

Obituaries can be found at Variety and The New York Times.


  • KB says:

    Also a musician. Mickey Jones took over for Levon Helm of “The Band” when they were Bob Dylan’s backing group in 1966. There were yet to be called “The Band” at that point, but soon after. Obviously a temporary gig.

  • David G. says:

    If nobody recognizes him from these pictures, mentally add a medium brown-colored scraggly beard, and you’ll recognize him instantly. Among other things, he played Chris Tyler on “V The Final Battle” and the eventual weekly series, and was the guy standing at a men’s bathroom next to Jeff Bridges in the “Starman” movie.

    Mickey was a REALLY personable guy with fans — absolutely one of the best. I got to meet him a couple of times at some celebrity golf tournaments. During one of those occasions, I watched a girl come up to him to get his autograph on the golf program. As he penned out his name on the program, he said to the girl: “Now, that’s only going to go up in value. ‘Cause it’s worth -nothing- right now!”

    • David G. says:

      Sorry …. I mixed up to characters’ names when I wrote that. Mickey Jones played Chris FARBER on “V”, partnered up with Michael Ironside’s character of Ham Tyler.

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