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She died on August 23, 2008 of a heart attack at the age of 78, in Panorama City, California. His later credits included writing and producing Time Trax, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Team Knight Rider, Sliders, Legend, and Spike TV's 18 Wheels of Justice. "Kinch" Kinchloe on the 1960s sitcom Hogan's Heroes. Kinchloe, in charge of electronic communications, could mimic German officers on the radio or phone.Bill Dial - He died of a heart attack on June 2, 2008 in South Carolina, where he moved to after retiring from the business in 2001. Dixon died March 16, 2008 at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte, NC after a hemorrhage and of complications from kidney failure. He earned an Emmy nomination for his performance in the 1967 CBS Playhouse special The Final War of Olly Winter. Nina Foch - Nina Foch, the Dutch-born actress who often played cool, calculating women in films, theater and television and was a respected coach of aspiring actors and directors has died.On Broadway he played opposite Al Pacino in the 2-man Broadway play Hughie (by Eugene O'Neill) in mid '90s and in 2000 he played Mayor Shinn in The Music Man. Brillstein had been suffering from complications stemming from double-bypass heart surgery in February. was among the first contempo talent rep shingles to branch out into TV production in a significant way with shows packaged around clients, a list that included ALF, It's Garry Shandling's Show, The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd and The Slap Maxwell Story.In late 1991, when Brillstein partnered with Brad Grey, who had joined Brillstein Co.His film credits include Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (which he also appeared on the animated TV series), Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, Americathon, Prince of Tides, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Jersey Girl, Scary Movie 3 and Cars.Stand-up comedy was of course what he was best known for.The show only lasted 27 episodes and was about George playing New York City cab driver named George O'Grady.
A regulatory battle over a radio broadcast of his "Filthy Words" routine ultimately reached the U. George Carlin got his own sitcom in 1994 on Fox called The George Carlin Show.Bill was most known as a writer, producer, and actor on the hit sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati. He was primarily an actor in the '60s with guest spots on many hit dramas such as Dr. Foch died on December 5, 2008 at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center of complications from the blood disorder myelodysplasia.He wrote five episodes for this series during its first season (1978-79), the most famous of which was his first, entitled "Turkeys Away." He guest starred on the series even for a few episodes playing the station's beer-drinking engineer, Bucky Dornster. Kildare, Love American Style, The Fugitive, It Takes a Thief, Ironside, Perry Mason, I Spy, and more. His last acting role was in 1991 on an episode of Father Dowling Mysteries. She became ill the week before while teaching at the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts. What many people know about Nina is that she was the acting teacher for the late John Ritter when he attended USC from 1966-71.But he was known primarily for his role as the crazy neighbor to George Jefferson on The Jeffersons from 1975-1985. His other TV credits include guest roles on All in the Family (the backdoor pilot episode for The Jeffersons), Maude, Harry O, Kojak, Murder She Wrote, A Different World, Tales from the Crypt, Morton & Hayes, Seinfeld, Guiding Light, The Drew Carey Show, and a recurring role on Sesame Street as "The Mad Painter" in the early 1970s.
The accented speech that he used even offstage led many to assume that Benedict was British, but in fact he was born Sept. His other movie roles include After the Sunset, The Man with Two Brains, The Addams Family Movie, Cocktail, Arthur 2: On the Rocks, The Freshman, This Is Spinal Tap and Waiting for Guffman. Bernie Brillstein - Bernie Brillstein, pioneering manager and producer whose keen eye for talent led him to steer the careers of such stars as John Belushi and Jim Henson, died on August 7, 2008.
Children best know him for his work on Shining Time Station as the conductor, which he spoofed in 2000 on an episode of MADtv.