Moved back to Cleveland to work with Ernie Anderson on WKYC TV, an NBC affiliate
Teamed with Joe Flynn of "McHale's Navy" for the CBS sitcom "The Tim Conway Show"
Wrote material for Anderson's "Ghoulardi Saturday Night Picture Show" on WJW TV
Appeared in his own hour-long variety show, "The Tim Conway Comedy Hour" (CBS)
Appeared regularly on the CBS series, "The John Gary Show"
Best known as a regular cast member of the CBS variety series "The Carol Burnett Show"
Breakthrough role as the bumbling, naive Ensign Charles Parkerin on the ABC sitcom "McHale's Navy"
Feature screenwriting debut "The Billion Dollar Hobo"; also co-starred
Headlined the CBS sitcom "Ace Crawford, Private Eye"
Occasionally guest-starred on the CBS sitcom "Yes Dear," as the father of Anthony Clark's stuffy character
Reprised role for the "Dorf" home video; also wrote and produced
Teamed with Don Knotts for the Disney film "The Apple Dumpling Gang"
Had a recurring role as Ephraim Wanker, the hillbilly father of Peg Bundy on FOX's "Married with Children"
Appeared in the CBS special "Dorf's Family"
Became a regular player on "The Steve Allen Show" (NBC)
Feature film debut, reprised role of Parker for the feature film spin-off "McHale's Navy"
Guest-starred in an episode of NBC's "30 Rock"
Hosted the ABC series "Turn On"
Moved to New York City
Played an incompetent Texas Ranger on the ABC comedy "Rango"
Served as writer, director and performer at KWY-TV in Cleveland, OH
Voiced Barnacle Boy on Nickelodeon's "SpongeBob SquarePants"