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Stubby Kaye (born Bernard Solomon Kotzin, 11 November 1918 – 14 December 1997) was an American comic actor.

Biography[]

He was born in Morningside Heights, Manhattan, New York, in the United States. He died in Rancho Mirage, California, in the United States.

Acting Credits[]

Movie(s)[]

  • "Taxi" (1953) as Morris (uncredited)
  • "Guys and Dolls" (1955) as Nicely-Nicely Johnson
  • "The Revolt of Mamie Stover" (1956) as Howard Sloan (deleted scenes)
  • "You Can't Run Away from It" (1956) as Fred Toten
  • "Li'l Abner" (1959) as Marryin' Sam
  • "40 Pounds of Trouble" (1962) as Cranston
  • "The Cool Mikado" (1963) as Judge Herbert Mikado / Charlie Hotfleisch
  • "Dear Heart" (1964) as Stubby (uncredited)
  • "Sex and the Single Girl" (1964) as Helen's Cabbie
  • "Cat Ballou" (1965) as Shouter
  • "The Way West" (1967) as Sam Fairman
  • "Sweet Charity" (1969) as Herman
  • "Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?" (1969) as Fat Writer
  • "The Monitors" (1969) as Man in Monitors Commercial
  • "The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County" (1970) as Bartender
  • "The Dirtiest Girl I Ever Met" (1970) as Rod Strangeways
  • "The Timber Tramps" (1973) as Parker
  • "Sixpack Annie" (1975) as Mr. Bates
  • "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" (1988) as Marvin Acme

TV Mini-Series[]

  • "Ellis Island" (1984) as Abe Shulman (3 episodes)

TV Movie(s)[]

  • "Pinocchio" (1957) as Town Crier
  • "Hansel and Gretel" (1958) as Town Crier
  • "Full Speed for Anywhere" (1960) as Yeoman Stubby Fox
  • "After Many a Summer" (1967) as Jo Stoyte
  • "Goldie and the Boxer Go to Hollywood" (1981) as Babe

TV Series[]

  • "Love and Marriage" (1959 - 1960) as Stubby Wilson (18 episodes)
  • "The Millionaire" (1960) as Uncle George (1 episode)
  • "Startime" (1960) as Joe (1 episode)
  • "My Sister Eileen" (1960 - 1961) as Marty Scott (22 episodes)
  • "Ensign O'Toole" (1963) as Tubby Mason (1 episode)
  • "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" (1963) as George Cassidy (1 episode)
  • "Burke's Law" (1963) as Joey Carson (1 episode)
  • "My Brother the Angel" (1965) as Happy Herbie (1 episode)
  • "The Red Skelton Hour" (1960 - 1966) as Abou-Smart / Child Psychiatrist / Marryin' Sam / Mayor 'Honest' Claude Stickyfinger / Muggsy (5 episodes)
  • "The Monkees" (1968) as Wolfgang (1 episode)
  • "Tommy Cooper" (1970) as Guest (1 episode)
  • "Mogul" (1970) as Randolph Capers (1 episode)
  • "The Doris Day Show" (1970) as Panhandler (1 episode)
  • "Love, American Style" (1971) as Harry (segment "Love and the Dream Burglar"; 1 episode)
  • "Adam-12" (1971) as Bernie Goodman (1 episode)
  • "Flying High" (1978) as George / Lorne (2 episodes)
  • "Laverne & Shirley" (1981) as Cowboy Bill (1 episode)
  • "Harper Valley P.T.A." (1981) as Mr. Dickens (1 episode)
  • "The Wonderful World Of Phillip Malley" (1981) as Ben Grady (1 episode)
  • "Doctor Who" (1987) as Weismuller (3 episodes)
  • "American Playhouse" (1988) as Nat Danziger (1 episode)

TV Special(s)[]

  • "The Addams Family Fun-House" (1973) as Uncle Fester Addams

Ookiness[]

Kaye portrayed Uncle Fester in The Addams Family Fun-House.

Trivia[]

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References[]

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