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Born: October 31, 1945 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Worked as a caddy for eight years in Illinois; served as the insperation for "Caddy Shack"
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Performed as a member of Chicago's Second City improvisational troupe
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Joined the Organic Theatre of Chicago
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Joined the Boston Shakespeare Company
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Appeared off-Broadway in "The National Lampoon Show"
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Acted on radio in the weekly "National Lampoon Show"
1975:
Feature debut, provided the voice for "La Honte de la Jungle/Jungle Burger," a French-Belgian animated feature
1977:
Wrote for NBC's "Saturday Night Live"; was also a featured player from 1979-1980 and 1981-1982
1980:
Co-wrote (with Harold Ramis and Douglas Kenney) the screenplay for "Caddyshack"; also acted opposite his brother Bill
1986:
Co-wrote (with Harold Ramis) the screenplay for "Club Paradise"
1989:
Appeared as Chevy Chase's uptight boss in "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation"
1991:
Portrayed assassin Jack Ruby in Oliver Stone's "JFK"
1991:
Cast as a regular on the short-lived CBS sitcom "Good Sports," starring Ryan O'Neal
1991:
Joined the cast on the revamped second season of "Get A Life" (Fox)
1992:
Played an arcade business owner in the film "Wayne's World"
1993:
Was a regular on the police comedy "Bakersfield P. D." (Fox)
1995:
Had regular role on the short-lived CBS sitcom "The George Wendt Show"
1997:
Had a recurring role as sports editor Stuart Franklin on "Between Brothers" (Fox, 1997-1998; UPN, 1999)
1999:
Was featured in the ensemble of the CBS sitcom "Love & Money"
1999:
Voiced The Flying Dutchman in the animated series "SpongeBob SquarePants"
2000:
Played a priest in the Harold Ramis comedy "Bedazzled"
2000:
Voiced Jack the barber on FOX's "King of the Hill"
2002:
Cast in the Disney movie "Snow Dogs"
2002:
Joined the cast of the CBS comedy "Yes, Dear"
2005:
Voiced Maggie's dad on Disney Channel's "The Buzz on Maggie"
2006:
Cast in the family drama "Nearing Grace" with David Morse and Jordana Brewster
2006:
Voiced Coach Gills on Cartoon Network's "My Gym Partner's A Monkey"
2007:
Cast in the comedy "Daddy Day Camp"
2008:
Voiced Captain K'nuckles on the animated series "The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack" (Cartoon Network)
2009:
Appeared in the film "17 Again"
2009:
Cast in a recurring role as Mr. Ehlert in the ABC sitcom "The Middle"

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