Fulk, 71, died last July. He lived alone on a farm in Lincoln, Ill and had no family or children. But he did have an affinity for two actors and so he left them an estimated half a million dollars each.
"He was a loner, and a lot of neighbors didn't know who he was," says Donald Behle, the estate attorney who helped prepare Fulk's will. "He just said [the actors] were friends of his."
"I found a couple of letters he had written to them," Behle tells the Sate Journal-Register "They sent back responses that basically said thanks for writing and please watch me in whatever their next movie or show was."
Brophy was in the 1977 show "Lucan,