Michael Witney was an American film and television actor.
In 1963-1964, he had a recurring part as the first wagon master, Buck Coulter, in fourteen episodes of the ABC western television series, The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters, starring child actor Kurt Russell in the title role and based on a novel by Robert Lewis Taylor. Dan O'Herlihy played Jaimie's father, "Doc" Sardius McPheeters, and Charles Bronson at mid-season replaced Witney as the wagon master, cast in the role of Linc Murdock. The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters was Witney's first screen acting role.
He guest starred in other western series, including four appearances on NBC's Bonanza and once on Daniel Boone, starring Fess Parker. He guest starred as a cavalry captain in the 1965 episode "South Wind" of CBS's Gunsmoke. He appeared in 1966 as Sergeant MacDonald in "Muted Fifes, Muffled Drums" of ABC's A Man Called Shenandoah, starring Robert Horton, and as Jared Hobson in the 1967 episode, "The Execution", of Dale Robertson's ABC westerb series, The Iron Horse. He was cast as an unnamed "Stranger" in the episode, "No Gun Behind His Badge", of the syndicated Death Valley Days.