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Born: October 9, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Union, New Jersey, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1996:
Created, starred in and produced the HBO comedy series "Arli$$"
1992:
Played first leading role in a feature in "Mistress"
1986:
Wrote, directed and starred (as Arlo) in a half-hour comedy which aired on Cinemax, "The Big Bang"
1987:
Co-wrote "The Spa Who Loved Me", an episode of the ABC police comedy spoof series, "Sledge Hammer!"
1990:
First TV credit as executive producer, "Robert Wuhl's World Tour", an HBO comedy special which he also wrote and starred in
1993:
Hosted "USO Comedy Tour", a TV special which aired on Comedy Central
1987:
Played breakthrough role in his third feature film, "Good Morning, Vietnam"
2005:
Player in the Game Show Network's "Poker Royale series"
1985:
TV acting debut, "Rockhopper", a series pilot starring Parker Stevenson
:
Was part of a comedy act, Bob, Larry and the Frog, before branching out as a solo performer
1993:
Wrote and directed his first feature film, "Open Season", in which he also starred; released theatrically in 1995
1983:
Appeared in a second feature film, "Flashdance", but his improvised scenes as a standup comedian wound up on the editing room floor
1987:
Co-wrote the first of three consecutive Grammy Awards specials, "The 29th Annual Grammy Awards"; this credit also marked an early collaboration with Billy Crystal and with fellow writer Buz Kohan
1979:
Moved to Los Angeles
1990:
Received a writing credit for the first of four consecutive Oscar telecasts, "The 62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation", all hosted by Billy Crystal; Wuhl either credited as a "writer" or for "additional material"
1982:
Served as a writer and story editor for the short-lived ABC sitcom, "Police Squad!"
2006:
Starred in a one-man-show, "Assume the Position with Mr. Wuhl" (HBO) where he taught a history class to show how history is created and propagated in a similar fashion to pop culture
1976:
Began a career in standup comedy after graduating from college, relocated to New York City
1997:
Cast in the CBS miniseries, Mario Puzo's "The Last Don"
1981:
Earliest TV credits include work as a writer on the ABC compilation documentary, "Legends of the West: Truth and Tall Tales"
1980:
Made feature film debut, "The Hollywood Knights"
1978:
Sold some comedy material to Rodney Dangerfield

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