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Also Known As: Died: November 24, 1981
Born: June 16, 1907 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Malden, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1971:
Played Dr. Andrew Sellers on the syndicated drama series, "Doctor Simon Locke"
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Played Ed Brown, "the Man", on the popular NBC sitcom, "Chico and the Man"
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Played Lt. Commander Virgil Stoner on the NBC sitcom, "Ensign O'Toole"
1957:
Played Lt. Harry Evans on the NBC mystery series, "The Thin Man"
1972:
Last feature film appearances, "The Poseidon Adventure" and "Pickup on 101"
1981:
Last feature film work, supplying the voice of Amos Slade for the animated feature, "The Fox and the Hound"
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Played various roles on the TV sitcom, "Dobie Gillis" in the early 1960s
1973:
Returned to Broadway to star in the popular Neil Simon comedy, "The Sunshine Boys"
1969:
TV-movie debut, the detective story, "The Monk"
1949:
Was a regular on the short-lived ABC variety series, "Jack Carter and Company"
1954:
Made feature film debut in "Top Banana"
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Performed for years in vaudeville and burlesque
1962:
Played neighbor Walter Fenton on the ABC sitcom, "Room for One More"
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Played recurring role of Paul Fenton on the CBS sitcom, "Mr. Ed" in the early 1960s
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Played recurring role of the hero's Uncle Dwight on the NBC sitcom, "Hey, Landlord"
1982:
Last TV acting assignment, the TV-movie, "My Body, My Child", aired after his death
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Played Senator Joe Kelley on the short-lived NBC sitcom, "Grandpa Goes to Washington"

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