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Scoey Mitchell's acting career ranged for over 20 years, from 1967-1988. Let's look back at his career and see how he is doing now.

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Melissa


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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--

See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":

Shelley Fabares: She appeared in the TV series "The Donna Reed Show" and was in several movies with Elvis Presley, she played Christine on the TV series "Coach" and had a number one hit with the song "Johnny Angel" in 1962

Richard Jaeckel: He appeared in "The Dirty Dozen", "The Drowning Pool", "Starman", "Black Moon Rising" and other movies

Sally Kellerman: Played Hot Lips Houlihan in the movie version of "MASH"

(Answer at the bottom)

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Scoey Mitchell

Learn More About Scoey Mitchell on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: March 12, 1930, Newburgh, New York

CLAIM TO FAME: He is known for his role in the TV series Barefoot in the Park, as well as a recurring role on Rhoda and frequent appearances on Match Game.

FAMILY LIFE: Married to Claire T. Thomas.

INFO: In the 1970s and 80s, Mitchell made several guest appearances on television shows and TV movies. He also appeared as Richard Pryor's father in the film Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling.

TRIVIA: His father was a minister.

He played professional baseball.

WHERE IS HE NOW: Mitchell is in his 80s and no longer acting. Some people wondered if he was still alive, and he is! Hopefully, he's just enjoying retirement.

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CREDITS:

1988 Miracle at Beekman's Place (TV movie)

1986 Me & Mrs. C. (TV series)...Reverend Kilgore

1986 Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling...Father

1985 Handsome Harry's (TV movie)...Harry Marquette (as Scoey Mitchlll)

1985 Gus Brown and Midnight Brewster (TV movie)...Maurice

1979 A New Kind of Family (TV series)...Carl Ashton
Thank You for a Lovely Evening (1979)

1979 Stockard Channing in Just Friends (TV series)
Room at the Top (1979)

1979 Lou Grant (TV series)...Minister
Skids (1979)

1978 Taxi (TV series)...Robber
Memories of Cab 804: Part 1 (1978)

1977-1978 Baretta (TV series)...Aterna / Mike
The Bundle (1978)
Playin' Police (1977)

1978 Cindy (TV movie)...Cindy's father

1974-1976 Rhoda (TV series)...Justin Culp

1976 Doc (TV series)...The Father
And Baby Makes Eight (1976)

1975 Police Story (TV series)...Investigator Jones / Investigator Mal Groves

1975 Joe Forrester (TV series)
Stake Out (1975)

1974 The Six Million Dollar Man (TV series)...Major Chooka
Little Orphan Airplane (1974)

1973 Cops (TV movie)...Sergeant Monroe Dupree (as Scoey Mitchlll)

1973 Voyage of the Yes (TV movie)...Pretty

1972 The Odd Couple (TV series)...Counsel from Nigeria
The Princess (1972)

1970 Barefoot in the Park (TV series)...Paul Bratter

1969 What's It All About, World? (TV series)...Regular

1969 That Girl (TV series)...Tony Harris
Shake Hands and Come Out Acting (1969)

1969 Here Come the Brides (TV series)...Sheriff Bond
Far Cry from Yesterday (1969)

1969 The Mothers-In-Law (TV series)...Solomon Elkins
Guess Who's Coming Forever (1969)

To see Then & Now pictures of Scoey Mitchell, visit: Celebrity Nooz

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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Shelley Fabares - ALIVE
Born: 01/19/1944

Richard Jaeckel - DEAD
Born: 10/10/1926 Died: 06/14/1997

Sally Kellerman - ALIVE
Born: 06/02/1936

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WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

9/3
Ariel Castro, 53, American convicted kidnapper and rapist, suicide by hanging.
Don Meineke, 82, American basketball player (Fort Wayne Pistons).
Brian Smith, 57, English footballer (Bolton Wanderers F.C.).

9/2
Levon Ananyan, 66, Armenian journalist and translator.
Valerie Benguigui, 47, French César Award-winning actress, breast cancer.
Fanni Bogdanow, 86, German-born British academic.
Sandu Cismas, 58, Romanian footballer (Gloria Arad), stroke.
Ronald Coase, 102, British economist, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Economics (1991).
David Jacobs, 87, British radio and television broadcaster (Juke Box Jury, Any Questions?).
Makoto Moroi, 82, Japanese composer.
Gerard Paradis, 92, Canadian actor (Les Belles Histoires des pays d'en haut).
Frederik Pohl, 93, American science fiction author (Man Plus, Gateway).
Isidro Sanchez Garcia-Figueras, 76, Spanish footballer.
Paul Scoon, 78, Grenadian politician, Governor-General (1978-1992).

9/1
Zvonko Busic, 67, Croatian airplane hijacker (TWA Flight 355), suicide by gunshot.
Joaquim Justino Carreira, 63, Portuguese-born Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Guarulhos (since 2011).
Pal Csernai, 80, Hungarian footballer and manager (FC Bayern Munich, North Korea).
Ignacio Eizaguirre, 92, Spanish footballer (Valencia, Real Sociedad, national team).
Ole Ernst, 73, Danish actor.
Tommy Morrison, 44, American heavyweight champion boxer (WBO) and actor (Rocky V), multiple organ failure.
Gordon Steege, 95, Australian military officer, RAAF flying ace.
Ken Wallis, 97, British autogyro exponent and James Bond stunt pilot.

8/31
William John Brennan, 75, Australian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Wagga Wagga (1984-2002).
Butler Blue II, 9, American English Bulldog, mascot of Butler University (2004-2013), dilated cardiomyopathy.
Alan Carrington, 79, British chemist.
Sir David Frost, 74, British broadcaster (That Was the Week That Was, The Frost Report, The Nixon Interviews), heart attack.
LeRoy Martin, 84, American police officer, Chicago Police Department superintendent (1987-1992).
Viera Strnisková, 83, Slovak actress, member of the National Theatre.

8/30
William C. Campbell, 90, American golfer, U.S. amateur champion (1964), President of the U.S. Golf Association (1982-1983).
Howie Crittenden, 80, American basketball player (Murray State University).
Allan Gotthelf, 70, American philosopher.
J. J. Harris, 62, American film and television talent agent and manager.
Seamus Heaney, 74, Irish poet, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Literature (1995).
Leo Lewis, 80, American football player (Lincoln Blue Tigers, Winnipeg Blue Bombers).
Lotfi Mansouri, 84, Iranian opera director (Canadian Opera Company, San Francisco Opera).
Soledad Mexia, 114, Mexican-born American supercentenarian, oldest verified Mexican-born person and world's fifth-oldest person, natural causes.

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