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Also Known As: Died: January 5, 2018
Born: July 27, 1931 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Danville, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1970:
Acted the role of Coach Jerry Brownell on the drama series "The Headmaster"
1979:
Appeared on short-lived TV sitcom "13 Queens Boulevard" as Steven Winters
2004:
Revised role of Stacy Petrie, Rob's brother in "The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited", a television special which brought together the old cast of the 1960's hit show
1997:
Had featured role as a genie on the short-lived ABC comedy "You Wish"
1998:
Joined cast of the ABC sitcom "Teen Angel"
1963:
Acted in the films "McLintock!" and "Palm Springs Weekend"
1997:
Opened Jerry Van Dyke's Soda Shoppe and Guesthouse in Fort Worth, Texas
1963:
Served as emcee for the quiz show "Picture This"
1963:
Appeared as a regular on "The Judy Garland Show"
1989:
Played role of Assistant Coach Luther Van Dam on the popular ABC sitcom "Coach"
1968:
Had his largest film role supporting Andy Griffith in "Angel in My Pocket"
1967:
Played the role Jerry Webster on TV comedy "Accidental Family"
1965:
Played the role of Dave Crabtree on TV sitcom "My Mother the Car"
2001:
Played Big Jimmy Hughes on tv comedy "Yes, Dear"
2010:
Had final role as Tag Spence on "The Middle"

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