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Also Known As: Died: September 12, 2010
Born: December 10, 1923 Cause of Death: Prostate cancer
Birth Place: Schenectady, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1985:
Co-starred as the grandfather on "Spencer" (NBC)
1981:
Co-starred in the Broadway production of Neil Simon's "Fools"
1977:
Co-starred with Stefanie Powers in "The Feather and Father Gang" (ABC)
1996:
Had featured role in TV-movie "Far Hope" (ABC), directed by Bob Saget
1969:
Off-Broadway debut, "The Increased Difficulty of Concentration"
1972:
Originated the role of Howard Cunningham on an episode of "Love, American Style" titled "Love and the Happy Days" (ABC); when the show was made into a series, Gould was unavailable, and the series role went to Tom Bosley
1999:
Played Grandpa Spencer Little in the award winning feature "Stuart Little"
1974:
Reprised role of Martin Morgenstern on the sitcom "Rhoda" (CBS)
1983:
Starred as skirt-chaser on "Foot in the Door" (CBS)
2003:
Co-starred in the remake of "Freaky Friday"
1971:
Made TV-movie debut in "Ransom for a Dead Man" (NBC)
1972:
First played Martin Morgenstern, father of Valerie Harper's Rhoda on an episode of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
1971:
Played opposite Rosalind Russell in the feature "Mrs. Polifax-Spy"
1981:
Returned to series TV with "Park Place" (CBS)
1991:
Starred in "Yiddish" installment of "The Sunset Gang" (PBS)
1990:
Starred in short-lived NBC sitcom "Singer & Sons"
:
Spent three years teaching at Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Virginia
1998:
Cast in the Robin Williams comedy "Patch Adams"
1962:
First credited role was a small part in "The Coach"
1955:
Made stage debut as Thomas Jefferson in "The Common Glory" in Williamsburg, VA
1980:
Portrayed Louis B. Mayer in the NBC miniseries "Moviola"; earned an Emmy nomination
1943:
Served in the US military
1986:
Played a Jewish widower wooing the Christian Katharine Hepburn in the CBS TV-movie "Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry"; earned an Emmy nomination
1956:
Taught in the drama department at the University of California, Riverside
1962:
Made his film debut in "Two for the Seesaw"; was not credited for his role
1965:
Originated the role of Marlo Thomas's father Lou in the pilot for "That Girl" (ABC); series role went to Lew Parker
1973:
Had breakthrough film role as Kid Twist in "The Sting"
1975:
Appeared in the Woody Allen movie "Love and Death"
1976:
Played a villain in the Mel Brooks directed "Silent Movie"
1985:
Played Miles Webber, the steadfast boyfriend of Rose Nylund (Betty White) on the NBC series "The Golden Girls"
1994:
Played the father of a villain called The Prankster on "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (ABC)

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