Frank Sutton (1923-1974) USA WW II. Distinguished himself by participating in 14 assault landings in the Pacific Theater including Leyte, Luzon, Bataan, and Corregidor. Is said to have earned a Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Best remembered for his role as Marine Gunnery Sgt. & Drill Instructor Vince Carter in the TV series “Gomer Pyle, USMC”. Ironically, Sutton tried to join the Marine Corps but couldn’t pass the physical, though he later earned a Black Belt in judo.
Frank Spencer Sutton (1923 - 1974) died at 50. Sutton was an American actor best remembered for his role as Gunnery Sergeant Vince Carter on the CBS television series Gomer Pyle. On June 28, 1974, while preparing for a performance of the comedy Luv at the Beverly Barn Dinner Playhouse in Shreveport, Louisiana, Sutton died of a heart attack
Do you think Vince Carter could compete in the 2017 NBA Dunk Contest at age 40? "It’s possible. I don’t think I would win but I think I could make it interesting to say the least.” Said Carter. He might not have the hops he did 17 years ago but if he got creative and just pulled off his "basic" dunks, he probably could make it very interesting. Imagine the crowd reaction if he brought out Tracy McGrady and then did the "It's over!" motion after a dunk.