|Also Known As: ||
||April 21, 1998
||June 15, 1915
||Cause of Death:
||San Francisco, California, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Made his vaudeville debut at age 6 (date approximate)
Appeared at New York's Palace Theatre, acting with his mother in a skit he wrote (date approximate)
Married Mary Healy, his frequent co-star
Joined the Army Air Corps during World War II; was awarded a bronze star and two battle stars for his service
Appeared in "The Senator Was Indiscreet" with William Powell
He and Mary Healy became regular substitute hosts on Arthur Godfrey's television programs
Starred with his wife in "The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T"
Starred with his wife in the Broadway comedy "Who Was That Lady I Saw You With?"
"The Peter Lind Hayes Show", a variety show with famous guest stars airs on ABC
"Peter Loves Mary" a sitcom featuring he and his wife runs on NBC
Hosted a radio show with his wife from the basement of their New Rochelle, NY home broadcast on WOR radio in New York
Performed in Las Vegas nightclubs with his wife
After retiring, wrote a column entitled "Thoughts While Thinking"