Arnold Stang was born on 28th December 1918 in New York City, New York, United States. He was am American comic actor.
Biography and Career:
He got his break in radio when he sent a postcard to a New York station requesting for an auditions which was accepted. He worked on the New York-based network radio shows. He appeared on children's programs like The Horn and Hardart Hour and Let's Pretend. Then he started doing teenage roles in 1940. He has acted in The Goldbergs. He was hired by Director Don Bernard to do commercials on the CBS program Meet Mr. Meek in 1941. He then acted in the show The Remarkable Miss Tuttle with Edna May Oliver in 1942.
He has acted in many other movies like Seven Days Leave, My Sister Eileen and They Got Me Covered. He had also appeared on the
Broadway stage in Sailor Beware, All in Favor and Same Time Next Week where he first worked with Berle.
Gradually he started working on television. He was frequently seen on shows like The School House on the DuMont Television Network in 1949. He regularly performed on Eddie Mayehoff's comedy Doc Corkle in 1952. He gave guest appearance on Milton Berle's Texaco Star Theater on May 12, 1953. He has given guest appearance on various shows including The Colgate Comedy Hour.
He played the role of Sparrow in The Man with the Golden Arm in 1955 with Frank Sinatra and Kim Novak. He then played the role of Ray in It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World in 1963. He then acted in Hello Down There 1969. He also appeared in an episode of The Cosby Show with Sammy Davis Jr.
Birth name: Arnold Stang
Height: 5' 3" (1.60 m)
He was born on 28th December 1918 in New York City, New York, United States. He married JoAnne Taggart on 21st September 1949 and lived with her till his death. He died on 20th December 2009 due to pneumonia. He had two children David and Deborah.
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