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November 30, 2018

Hello fans,

Cyber Week3I think we all know Ken Osmond as the trouble-making Eddie Haskell on the classic TV sitcom Leave It to Beaver. And today he is our Where Are They Now featured celebrity. Do you know what Osmond's career was like after child acting? Keep on reading to find out!

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Ken Osmond

Learn More About Ken Osmond on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: June 7, 1943 in Glendale, California, USA

BIRTH NAME: Kenneth Charles Osmond

CLAIM TO FAME: He is best known for playing everyone's favorite trouble-maker Eddie Haskell on the TV series Leave It to Beaver.

FAMILY LIFE: He has been married to his wife Sandy Purdy since 1969. They have two sons, Eric Osmond (born October 8, 1971) and Christian Osmond (born June 12, 1974).

INFO: Osmond and his brother Dayton made their film debuts in the Mayflower pilgrim tale Plymouth Adventure (1952) starring Spencer Tracy. Osmond won a few small film roles and appeared on some popular shows including Circus Boy, Annie Oakley, and Lassie.

When he was 14, he landed the role of Eddie Haskell on Leave It to Beaver. After his child acting career, Osmond joined the Los Angeles Police Department in 1970, and ended up serving 18 years as an officer. Eventually, he had to retire after being hit by three bullets during a chase with a suspected car thief.

He later reprised his role as Eddie Haskell in 1983 for the CBS made-for-television movie Still the Beaver. The movie was such a hit that it led to the comedy series The New Leave It to Beaver, which ran for four seasons from 1984 to 1989. Osmond played Eddie Haskell, Sr. on the series, and his character's two sons were played by Osmond's real-life sons, Eric and Christian.

Osmond made appearances on television shows like Happy Days, and the television movie High School U.S.A. Osmond continued to reprise his role as Eddie Haskell on shows such as Parker Lewis Can't Lose, and Hi Honey, I'm Home!, and in the 1997 feature film Leave It to Beaver.

TRIVIA: Is a member of the American Legion.

Grew a mustache to help secure his anonymity when he was a cop.

Adult film actor John Holmes billed himself under the name Eddie Haskell a few times, leading rumors to start that Osmond had become a porn star. Osmond launched a $25 million law suit, but the court ruled for Holmes saying that the name was protected as a satire.

WHERE IS HE NOW: After the 'Leave It to Beaver' film, and his bit part in the 2016 indie movie Characterz, it seems that Osmond has retired from acting. Nowadays, he occasionally makes appearances at film festivals, collectors' shows and nostalgia conventions.


2016 CHARACTERz...Daniel

1997 Leave It to Beaver...Eddie Haskell Sr.

1992 Hi Honey, I'm Home (TV Series)...Eddie Haskell
- Take My Son Please (1992) ... Eddie Haskell

1991 Dead Women in Lingerie...David

1991 Parker Lewis Can't Lose (TV Series)...Eddie Haskell
- Father Knows Less (1991) ... Eddie Haskell

1983-1989 The New Leave It to Beaver (TV Series)...Eddie Haskell
101 episodes

1987 Rags to Riches (TV Series)...Skip
- Business Is Business (1987) ... Skip

1984 High School U.S.A. (TV Movie)...Baxter Franklin

1983 Happy Days (TV Series)...Freddie Bascomb
- Vocational Education (1983) ... Freddie Bascomb

1983 High School U.S.A. (TV Movie)...Baxter Franklin

1983 Still the Beaver (TV Movie)...Eddie Haskell

1968 With Six You Get Eggroll...Duke (uncredited)

1967 C'mon, Let's Live a Little...The Beard

1955-1967 Lassie (TV Series)...Motorcyclist / Ralph / Delivery Boy
- A Matter of Seconds (1967) ... Motorcyclist
- The Cub Scout (1958) ... Ralph
- The Rival (1955) ... Delivery Boy (uncredited)

1966 The Munsters (TV Series)...John
- Herman's Sorority Caper (1966) ... John

1964 Petticoat Junction (TV Series)...Harold Boggs
- The Genghis Keane Story (1964) ... Harold Boggs

1957-1963 Leave It to Beaver (TV Series)...Eddie Haskell
96 episodes

1958 Wagon Train (TV Series)...Tommy Jenkins
- The Mary Ellen Thomas Story (1958) ... Tommy Jenkins

1957 The Jack Benny Program (TV Series)...Newspaper Boy
- John Forsythe Show (1957) ... Newspaper Boy

1957 Colt .45 (TV Series)...Tommy
- Gallows at Granite Gap (1957) ... Tommy

1956-1957 Fury (TV Series)...Kenny / Johnny
- Community Chest (1957) ... Kenny
- Search for Joey (1956) ... Johnny (uncredited)

1957 Telephone Time (TV Series)...Charlie Sharp
- Under Seventeen (1957) ... Charlie Sharp

1957 Official Detective (TV Series)...Henry
- The Deserted House (1957) ... Henry (uncredited)

1957 The Walter Winchell File (TV Series)...Joel Marisch
- Thou Shalt Not Kill (1957) ... Joel Marisch

1957 The Loretta Young Show (TV Series)...Peter
- The Countess (1957) ... Peter (as Kenneth Osmond)

1957 Circus Boy (TV Series)...Skinny
- Corky's Big Parade (1957) ... Skinny

1956 Everything But the Truth...Oren Cunningham (uncredited)

1956 Annie Oakley (TV Series)...Scotty
- Sugarfoot Sue (1956) ... Scotty

1955 Good Morning, Miss Dove...Tommy Baker - Age 9 (uncredited)

1955 Screen Directors Playhouse (TV Series)...Henry Raglund
- The Final Tribute (1955) ... Henry Raglund (as Kenneth Osmond)

1953 So Big...Young Eugene (uncredited)

1952 Plymouth Adventure...Child on Mayflower (uncredited)

To see Then & Now pictures of Ken Osmond, visit: Celebrity Nooz

--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

David Ogden Stiers - DEAD (Cancer)
Born: 10/31/1942 Died: 03/03/2018

Anna Maria Horsford - ALIVE
Born: 03/06/1948

Michael Medved - ALIVE
Born: 10/03/1948


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