BEVERLY HILLS—Aron Kincaid, an actor and artist, passed away at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center on Thursday, January 6.

A student at UCLA, Kincaid was discovered by a casting agent during a Los Angeles stage production.  He was thereafter featured as a regular character on the popular “Bachelor’s Father,” acting opposite John Forsythe.

Kincaid formed a significant part of the beach-movie craze, playing a string of characters in beach flicks. In 1965, Kincaid appeared in the comedy, “The Girls on the Beach,” followed by “Beach Ball” and “Ski Party.”  “Ski Party” starred Frankie Avalon and musical guests James Brown and Leslie Gore.

Kincaid also made a guest appearance in “Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine.”  He had roles in a few more significant films as well, including “The Happiest Millionaire” and “The Proud and the Damned.”

Aside from films, Kincaid made guest appearances on hit television shows such as “The Beverly Hillbillies” and “Get Smart.”  Kincaid would go on to a successful career in modeling following his stint in cinema and television.

Kincaid did 20 years worth of voice-over work in successful cartoons such as “Smurfs,” Disney’s “Duck Tales” and “Johnny Quest.”

The actor was born Norman Neale Williams II in Hollywood on June 15, 1940.  Kincaid’s father died a Second Lieutenant in the Army Air Corps during WWII when Kincaid was an infant.  After studying at UCLA, Kincaid enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1962.

A natural painter at a very young age, Kincaid retired from show business in 1995 and resumed painting.

Kincaid has no immediate relatives.