Todd Davis appeared as Private Latimer in the Season 7 episode of M*A*S*H titled "Dear Comrade".
|Born:||September 25, 1951|
|Birthplace||Harlem, New York, U.S.|
|Died:||July 25, 2013(aged 61)|
|Deathplace||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Episodes appeared in:||"Dear Comrade" in Season 7|
|Character played:||Private Latimer|
Todd Davis (born September 25, 1951 - died July 25, 2013)made a guest appearance as Private Latimer, a wounded soldier who Colonel Potter treats for a rash which had infected he, other soldiers in his unit, and a few Korean soldiers too in the Season 7 M*A*S*H titled "Dear Comrade".
Early life and careerEdit
Davis was born and raised in Harlem New York, and started performing at the age of 12. He was accepted to The Juillard School of Drama under John Houseman direction, and later studied with Stella Adler and Robert Lewis. He worked with The Negro Ensemble Company, The New Fedral Theatre and The Frank Silvera Writers Workshop.
Todd was perhaps known his roles on the ABC soap operas General Hospital, where he played the part of Bryan Phillips, and on One Life to Live, where he played the part of Dr. Joshua Hall. Todd
also appeared as Jim in the NBC-TV Harriet Tubman bio film A Woman Called Moses, which starred Cicely Tyson, in 1978. He died in New York City. 
- Todd Davis at the Internet Movie Database