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. . . . . . . . Where Are They Now? . . . . . . . . [*EMAIL*] Hello fans, It's time once again for you to vote for who you'd like to see next in Where Are They Now. Here are your choices: Brice Beckham - Wesley, Mr. Belvedere Casey Kasem - The Voice of Shaggy, Scooby-Doo Charlene Tilton - Lucy Ewing, Dallas Michael Damian - Danny Romalotti, The Young & the Restless Matthew Laborteaux - Albert Quinn Ingalls, The Little House on the Prairie Lauri Hendler - Julie Kanisky, Gimme a Break To vote, visit: http://gopherarchives.gophercentral.com/Where_Are_They_Now.aspx Take care, Melissa Add flair to your wardrobe with a beautiful Yin Yang Necklace! http://pd.gophercentral.com/u/14741/c/186/a/6840 View Past Issues: http://www.celebritynooz.com/watn.html ---- --DEAD OR ALIVE? See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper": --Martin Mull: Actor and comedian, played Leon on the TV series "Roseanne", also appeared in the series "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" and "Fernwood 2Nite" and many movies --Allen Funt: The man behind the TV show "Candid Camera" --Pia Zadora: Actress and singer, she appeared in "The Lonely Lady" and other poorly received movies, her singing career has been more successful (Answer at the bottom) * JACK KLUGMAN http://www.celebritynooz.com/jack_klugman.aspx BIRTH DATE: April 27, 1922, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania BIRTH NAME: Jacob Joachim Klugman CLAIM TO FAME: This versatile actor is known for his many roles in sitcoms, movies, television, and on Broadway, but likely best-known for his roles in The Odd Couple during the 1970s and in Quincy, M.E. in the 1970s and 1980s. FAMILY LIFE: Klugman was married to Match Game regular Brett Somers in 1953. Although they legally separated in 1974, they never actually divorced, and remained married until her death in 2007. The couple had two children, Adam and David. Klugman married Peggy Crosby in 2008 after living with her for 20 years. INFO: Following his service in the United States Army during World War II, Klugman decided to pursue an acting career. He struggled at first before landing roles in a bunch of classic films such as 12 Angry Men in 1957, Days of Wine and Roses in 1962, and Goodbye, Columbus in 1969. He found fame when he portrayed Tony Randall's sloppy room- mate Oscar Madison in the popular television series The Odd Couple (1970?1975), and won two Emmy Awards for his performance. In 1976, he took on the the leading role of medical examiner Dr. Quincy in the series Quincy, M.E. Klugman also starred in the original Broadway production of The Odd Couple, after replacing Walter Matthau. Continued below.... * TRIVIA: Was a long-time friend of The Odd Couple co-star Tony Randall, and gave the eulogy at Randall's memorial service in 2004. Diagnosed with throat cancer in 1974, and ended up having vocal surgery in 1989, leaving his voice quite harsh and raspy. Was once part owner of a racehorse named Jaklin Klugman. Attended Carnegie-Mellon University. Was nominated for Broadway's 1960 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for "Gypsy". Is the last surviving juror from the cast of the original 12 Angry Men (1957). Serves on the board of directors of New York's National Actor's Theatre. Roomed with Charles Bronson at the start of their careers. Tied with Burgess Meredith for the most appearances (four) on The Twilight Zone. Won an Emmy Award for his work on the television series The Defenders. Says his greatest thrill was appearing with Humphrey Bogart and Henry Fonda in a 1955 live television broadcast of The Petrified Forest. WHERE IS HE NOW: Klugman published a book in 2005 titled Tony And Me: A Story of Friendship, in which he detailed his long friendship with his Odd Couple co-star Tony Randall. In recent years, Klugman has continued to perform, including his own one-man show An Evening with Jack Klugman in Burbank in the fall of 2003. In 2006, he performed in James Sweet's "The Value of Names" at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ, and in 2007, he appeared in The Sunshine Boys also at the George Street Playhouse. In 2009, he appeared on the PBS series Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business Of America, a comedy epic that featured interviews with over 90 comedians, writers, producers, and historians. WRITE TO JACK KLUGMAN: Jack Klugman c/o Don Buchwald & Associates 6500 Wilshire Blvd, No. 2200 Los Angeles, CA 90048 Video Clips of Jack Klugman The Odd Couple Theme Song http://www.evtv1.com/player.aspx?itemnum=5118 * CREDITS: When Do We Eat? (2005) .... Artur "Presidio Med" (1 episode) - Good Question (????) TV episode "Crossing Jordan" .... Dr. Leo Gelber (1 episode, 2002) - Someone to Count On (2002) TV episode .... Dr. Leo Gelber "Third Watch" .... Stan Brandolini (1 episode, 2000) - Run of the Mill (2000) TV episode .... Stan Brandolini "The Outer Limits" .... Joe Walker (1 episode, 2000) - Glitch (2000) TV episode .... Joe Walker "Brother's Keeper" .... Jack (1 episode, 1999) - An Odd Couple of Days (1999) TV episode .... Jack "Diagnosis Murder" .... Dr. Jeff Everden / ... (2 episodes, 1997-1999) - Voices Carry (1999) TV episode .... LAPD Det. Harry Trumble - Physician, Murder Thyself (1997) TV episode .... Dr. Jeff Everden "Biography" .... George (1 episode, 1997) - Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow (1997) TV episode .... George Dear God (1996) .... Jemi The Twilight of the Golds (1996) .... Mr. Stein Parallel Lives (1994) (TV) .... Senator Robert Ferguson The Odd Couple: Together Again (1993) (TV) .... Oscar Madison "Around the World in 80 Days" (1989/I) TV mini-series .... Capt. Bunsby "You Again?" .... Henry Willows (26 episodes, 1986-1987) "The Love Boat" .... Mel Davis (2 episodes, 1985) - Girl of the Midnight Sun/There'll Be Some Changes Made/Too Many Isaacs/Mr. Smith Goes to Stockholm: Part 1 (1985) TV episode .... Mel Davis - Girl of the Midnight Sun/There'll Be Some Changes Made/Too Many Isaacs/Mr. Smith Goes to Stockholm: Part 2 (1985) TV episode .... Mel Davis Parade of Stars (1983) (TV) .... Joe Smith "Quincy M.E." .... Dr. R. Quincy, M.E. (148 episodes, 1976-1983) "Insight" .... Packy Rowe (3 episodes, 1964-1979) - Rebirth of Packy Rowe (1979) TV episode .... Packy Rowe - The Prisoner (1965) TV episode - The Kid Show (1964) TV episode Two-Minute Warning (1976) .... Sandman One of My Wives Is Missing (1976) (TV) .... Inspector Murray Levine "The Odd Couple" .... Oscar Madison / ... (114 episodes, 1970-1975) The Underground Man (1974) (TV) .... Sheriff Tremaine The Shape of Things (1973) (TV) NFL Players Association Awards Dinner (1973) (TV) .... Guest Poor Devil (1973) (TV) .... Burnett J. Emerson "Banyon" (1 episode, 1972) - The Lady Killer (1972) TV episode "Love, American Style" .... Bill (segment "Love and the Big Game") / ... (2 episodes, 1971-1972) - Love and the Amateur Night/Love and the Cheaters/Love and the Love Nest/Love and the Unbearable Fiance (1972) TV episode .... Harry (segment "Love and the Cheaters") - Love and the Big Game/Love and the Nutsy Girl/Love and the Vampire (1971) TV episode .... Bill (segment "Love and the Big Game") Who Says I Can't Ride a Rainbow! (1971) .... Barney "The Name of the Game" .... Art Trager / ... (3 episodes, 1969-1970) - The Time Is Now (1970) TV episode .... Captain Garrig - Blind Man's Bluff (1969) TV episode .... Art Trager - Swingers Only (1969) TV episode .... Frank Dovnik "The Bold Ones: The New Doctors" .... Leland Rogers (1 episode, 1970) - Dark Is the Rainbow, Loud the Silence (1970) TV episode .... Leland Rogers "The F.B.I." .... Charles Gates / ... (2 episodes, 1965-1970) - The Diamond Millstone (1970) TV episode .... Victor Amazeen - Image in a Cracked Mirror (1965) TV episode .... Charles Gates "Then Came Bronson" .... Dr. Charles Hanrahan (1 episode, 1969) - The Runner (1969) TV episode .... Dr. Charles Hanrahan Goodbye, Columbus (1969) .... Ben Patimkin The Split (1968) .... Harry Kifka Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? (1968) (uncredited) (unconfirmed) .... Radio station assistant The Detective (1968) .... Dave Schoenstein "Garrison's Gorillas" .... Gus Manners (1 episode, 1967) - Banker's Hours (1967) TV episode .... Gus Manners Fame Is the Name of the Game (1966) (TV) .... Ben Welcome "Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" .... Markos / ... (2 episodes, 1964-1966) - Time of Flight (1966) TV episode .... Markos - Clash of Cymbals (1964) TV episode .... Paul Smith "I Dream of Jeannie" .... Helicopter Rescuer (1 episode, 1965) - The Lady in the Bottle (1965) TV episode (uncredited) .... Helicopter Rescuer Hail, Mafia (1965) .... Phil "Ben Casey" .... Dr. Bill Justin / ... (2 episodes, 1962-1965) - A Slave Is on the Throne (1965) TV episode .... Dr. Bill Justin - Give My Hands an Epitaph (1962) TV episode .... Dr. Philip Walton "Kraft Suspense Theatre" .... Ozzie Keefer / ... (2 episodes, 1964-1965) - Won't It Ever Be Morning? (1965) TV episode .... Ozzie Keefer - The Threatening Eye (1964) TV episode .... Steve Zaro "The Fugitive" .... Buck Harmon / ... (2 episodes, 1963-1965) - Everybody Gets Hit in the Mouth Sometimes (1965) TV episode .... Gus Hendricks - Terror at High Point (1963) TV episode .... Buck Harmon "Harris Against the World" .... Alan Harris (13 episodes, 1964-1965) "The Great Adventure" .... John Brown (1 episode, 1964) - The Night Raiders (1964) TV episode .... John Brown "The Defenders" .... Charles Gramaglia / ... (3 episodes, 1961-1964) - Blacklist (1964) TV episode .... Joe Larch - The Search (1962) TV episode .... Charles Gramaglia - Quality of Mercy (1961) TV episode .... Grimaglia "The Virginian" .... Charles Mayhew (1 episode, 1964) - Roar from the Mountain (1964) TV episode .... Charles Mayhew Act One (1963) .... Joe Hyman "Arrest and Trial" .... Celina (1 episode, 1963) - The Quality of Justice (1963) TV episode .... Celina "Twilight Zone" .... Capt. Paul Ross / ... (4 episodes, 1960-1963) - In Praise of Pip (1963) TV episode .... Max Phillips - Death Ship (1963) TV episode .... Capt. Paul Ross - A Game of Pool (1961) TV episode .... Jesse Cardiff - A Passage for Trumpet (1960) TV episode .... Joey Crown The Yellow Canary (1963) .... Lt. Bonner "Naked City" .... Alfy Tiloff / ... (6 episodes, 1959-1963) I Could Go on Singing (1963) .... George "The Untouchables" .... Morton Halas / ... (2 episodes, 1961-1963) - An Eye for an Eye (1963) TV episode .... Solly Girsch - Loophole (1961) TV episode .... Morton Halas Days of Wine and Roses (1962) .... Jim Hungerford "Cain's Hundred" .... Mike Colonni (1 episode, 1962) - Woman of Silence (1962) TV episode .... Mike Colonni "The New Breed" .... Floyd Blaylock (1 episode, 1962) - All the Dead Faces (1962) TV episode .... Floyd Blaylock "Target: The Corruptors" .... Greg Paulson / ... (2 episodes, 1961-1962) - Chase the Dragon (1962) TV episode .... Greg Paulson - Pier 60 (1961) TV episode .... Otto Dutch Kleberg "Straightaway" .... Buddy Conway (1 episode, 1961) - Die Laughing (1961) TV episode .... Buddy Conway "Follow the Sun" .... Steve Bixel (1 episode, 1961) - Busman's Holiday (1961) TV episode .... Steve Bixel The Million Dollar Incident (1961) (TV) .... Charles Special for Women: The Cold Woman (1960) (TV) .... The Husband "Sunday Showcase" (1 episode, 1960) - One Loud Clear Voice (1960) TV episode "The Walter Winchell File" .... Allie Sunshine (1 episode, 1959) - Death Comes in a Small Package: File #37 (1959) TV episode .... Allie Sunshine "Playhouse 90" .... Lew Downs / ... (3 episodes, 1957-1959) - The Velvet Alley (1959) TV episode .... Max Salter - The Time of Your Life (1958) TV episode .... Nick - The Thundering Wave (1957) TV episode .... Lew Downs "Hallmark Hall of Fame" .... Gunman (1 episode, 1958) - Kiss Me Kate (1958) TV episode .... Gunman "Kraft Theatre" .... Mark Deglin (5 episodes, 1955-1958) "Studio One in Hollywood" .... Darrell / ... (4 episodes, 1955-1958) - The Man Who Asked for a Funeral (1958) TV episode .... Leo - The Lonely Stage (1958) TV episode .... George Hall - A Terrible Day (1955) TV episode .... Darrell - The Missing Men (1955) TV episode "The Investigator" .... Selko (1 episode, 1958) - Episode dated 10 June 1958 (1958) TV episode .... Selko "G.E. True Theater" .... Murphy (1 episode, 1958) - The Young and Scared (1958) TV episode .... Murphy "Suspicion" .... Jason (3 episodes, 1957-1958) - The Protege (1958) TV episode .... Jason - The Dark Stairway (1957) TV episode - Diary for Death (1957) TV episode Cry Terror! (1958) .... Vince, a thug "Gunsmoke" .... Earl Ticks (1 episode, 1958) - Buffalo Man (1958) TV episode .... Earl Ticks Kiss Me, Kate (1958) (TV) .... Gangster "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" .... George Benedict (1 episode, 1957) - Mail Order Prophet (1957) TV episode .... George Benedict "The Alcoa Hour" .... George / ... (2 episodes, 1957) - Mrs. Gilling and the Skyscraper (1957) TV episode .... George - No License to Kill (1957) TV episode .... Tyler 12 Angry Men (1957) .... Juror #5 "The United States Steel Hour" .... Barney Ostertag / ... (4 episodes, 1954-1956) - The Funny Heart (1956) TV episode .... Vic - Presento (1954) TV episode .... Barney Ostertag - Two (1954) TV episode .... Frank - Good for You (1954) TV episode .... Beaver "Justice" (3 episodes, 1954-1956) - The Frightened Witness (1956) TV episode - Hooked (1956) TV episode - The Scandal That Rocked the Town (1954) TV episode Time Table (1956) .... Frankie Page "Armstrong Circle Theatre" (2 episodes, 1955-1956) - The Third Ear (1956) TV episode - Saturday Visit (1955) TV episode "The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse" (2 episodes, 1955-1956) - Rise Up and Walk (1956) TV episode - The Mechanical Heart (1955) TV episode "Goodyear Playhouse" (2 episodes, 1955-1956) - Rise Up and Walk (1956) TV episode - The Expendable House (1955) TV episode "Appointment with Adventure" (1 episode, 1955) - The Pirate's House (1955) TV episode "Treasury Men in Action" (1 episode, 1955) - The Case of the Betrayed Artist (1955) TV episode "Big Town" (2 episodes, 1955) - Comic Book Murder (1955) TV episode - Material Witness (1955) TV episode "Producers' Showcase" .... Jackie (1 episode, 1955) - The Petrified Forest (1955) TV episode .... Jackie "The Greatest Gift" (1954) TV series .... Jim Hanson "Inner Sanctum" .... Det. Crane / ... (3 episodes, 1954) - Face of the Dead (1954) TV episode .... Det. Crane - A Second Life (1954) TV episode .... Harry - Never Die Again (1954) TV episode .... Prater "Rocky King, Detective" (1 episode, 1954) - Return for Death (1954) TV episode "Colonel Humphrey Flack" (2 episodes, 1953) - The Missing Heir (1953) TV episode - The Missing Heiress (1953) TV episode Grubstake (1952) "Suspense" .... Louie (1 episode, 1950) - Murder at the Mardi Gras (1950) TV episode .... Louie "Actor's Studio" (1 episode, 1950) - The Timid Guy (1950) TV episode To see Then & Now pictures of Jack Klugman, visit: http://www.celebritynooz.com/jack_klugman.aspx * --Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE Martin Mull - ALIVE Born: 08/18/1943 Allen Funt - DEAD (Stroke) Born: 09/16/1914 Died: 09/05/1999 Pia Zadora - ALIVE Born: 05/04/1954 * WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK... 9/16 -Friedrich Wilhelm, Prince of Hohenzollern, 86, German Head of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (since 1965). 9/15 -Arrow, 60, Montserrat soca musician (Hot Hot Hot), complications from brain cancer. -Bettie Cilliers-Barnard, 95, South African artist, natural causes. -Zhelyazko Hristov, 62, Bulgarian trade unionist, scientist and physician. -Al LaMacchia, 89, American baseball player and executive, stroke. 9/14 -Mohammed Arkoun, 82, Algerian-born French Islamic philosopher, professor at Sorbonne. -Caterina Boratto, 95, Italian film actress. -Hugo Demartini, 79, Czech sculptor, recipient of the Medal of Merit. -John Guthrie, 70, American college basketball coach (University of Georgia, 1973?1978), natural causes. -Jose Janene, 55, Brazilian politician involved in Mensalao scandal, septic shock. -Frederick Jelinek, 77, Czech-born American speech recognition researcher. -Paulo Machado de Carvalho Filho, 86, Brazilian businessman, founder of Jovem Pan Radio. -Francisco Ribeiro, 45, Portuguese musician, founding member of Madredeus band, liver cancer. -Ben Sekou Sylla, 57, Guinean agronomist, head of Independent National Electoral Commission. -Jorge Vidal, 86, Argentine tango singer. -James E. Winner Jr., 81, American inventor of The Club, car accident. 9/13 -Jim Greenwood, 81, Scottish rugby player. -Jaroslaw Kukulski, 66, Polish composer, cancer. -Robert Rompre, 81, American ice hockey player. -Barbara B. Smith, 88, American religious leader, pulmonary fibrosis. -Gus Williams, 73, Australian musician. ***********************************************************

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