|Also Known As: ||
||October 3, 1994
||February 26, 1907
||Cause of Death:
||congestive heart failure
||Richmond, Virginia, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Raised in Augusta, Georgia, and Greenville, South Carolina
Played the harmonica and the xylophone in vaudeville
Made feature film debut in Frank Capra's film version of the George S Kaufman-Moss Hart farce, "You Can't Take It With You"
Was under contract to Columbia Pictures
Played a variety of roles on the long-running "The Roy Rogers Show" on TV in the 1950s (date approximate)
Billed as "Walter Dub Taylor" in the feature crime drama, "Crime Wave", directed by Andre de Toth
Played recurring role of Ben on "The Andy Griffith Show" in the 1960s
Played recurring role of Mitch Brady, one of the title heroine's suitors on the TV sitcom, "Hazel" in the early 1960s
Played Ed Hewley on the first season of the NBC-TV sitcom, "Please Don't Eat the Daisies"
Played recurring role of Toothless Tim Teal on the NBC western series, "Bret Maverick"
Returned to features after nearly seven years to play a role in "Back to the Future III"