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Also Known As: Died: May 14, 2019
Born: December 15, 1933 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Willoughby, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1958:
Moved back to Cleveland to work with Ernie Anderson on WKYC TV, an NBC affiliate
1970:
Teamed with Joe Flynn of "McHale's Navy" for the CBS sitcom "The Tim Conway Show"
1960:
Wrote material for Anderson's "Ghoulardi Saturday Night Picture Show" on WJW TV
1970:
Appeared in his own hour-long variety show, "The Tim Conway Comedy Hour" (CBS)
1966:
Appeared regularly on the CBS series, "The John Gary Show"
1967:
Best known as a regular cast member of the CBS variety series "The Carol Burnett Show"
1962:
Breakthrough role as the bumbling, naive Ensign Charles Parkerin on the ABC sitcom "McHale's Navy"
1978:
Feature screenwriting debut "The Billion Dollar Hobo"; also co-starred
1983:
Headlined the CBS sitcom "Ace Crawford, Private Eye"
2001:
Occasionally guest-starred on the CBS sitcom "Yes Dear," as the father of Anthony Clark's stuffy character
1995:
Reprised role for the "Dorf" home video; also wrote and produced
1975:
Teamed with Don Knotts for the Disney film "The Apple Dumpling Gang"
1995:
Had a recurring role as Ephraim Wanker, the hillbilly father of Peg Bundy on FOX's "Married with Children"
1991:
Appeared in the CBS special "Dorf's Family"
1960:
Became a regular player on "The Steve Allen Show" (NBC)
1964:
Feature film debut, reprised role of Parker for the feature film spin-off "McHale's Navy"
2008:
Guest-starred in an episode of NBC's "30 Rock"
1969:
Hosted the ABC series "Turn On"
1956:
Moved to New York City
1967:
Played an incompetent Texas Ranger on the ABC comedy "Rango"
:
Served as writer, director and performer at KWY-TV in Cleveland, OH
1999:
Voiced Barnacle Boy on Nickelodeon's "SpongeBob SquarePants"

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