From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Don Gordon (born November 13, 1926) is an American film and television actor. He is sometimes billed as Donald Gordon. Gordon was born in Los Angeles, California, as Donald Walter Guadagno. His most notable films were where he appeared alongside his friend Steve McQueen in Bullitt, Papillon and The Towering Inferno. He also guest starred twice on McQueens CBS western series, Wanted: Dead or Alive. In 1981, Gordon played the assistant of the Antichrist Damien Thorn in Omen III: The Final Conflict. Gordon also had a bit part as a police officer in Lethal Weapon, starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. In 1962, he was nominated for one Primetime Emmy Award for his role as Joey Tassili on CBSs The Defenders. Gordon appeared in the 1959 episode In a Deadly Fashion of the syndicated television series Border Patrol, starring Richard Webb. Another early appearance from Gordon was in a memorable supporting role in The Twilight Zone episodes The Four of Us Are Dying and The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross . In the 1960-1961 season, Gordon was a cast member of the syndicated series, The Blue Angels, with co-stars Dennis Cross, Warner Jones, Morgan Jones, and Mike Galloway, based on the elite flight daredevils of the United States Navy Blue Angels. In 1963, Gordon appeared in the episode Without Wheat, There is No Bread of the CBS anthology series, The Lloyd Bridges Show.