|Born||1934 (age 79–80)
Brooklyn, New York
|Occupation||Stage, television actor|
|Spouse(s)||Judy Graubart (2 children)|
Bob Dishy (born 1934) is an American actor of stage, film and television.
He appeared on Broadway in:
|1960||From A to Z|
|1965||Flora the Red Menace|
|1967||The Unknown Soldier and His Wife|
|1968||The Goodbye People|
|1969||A Way of Life|
|1972||The Creation of the World and Other Business|
|1974||An American Millionaire|
|1976||I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now?|
|1979||Murder at The Howard Johnson's|
|1988||The Golden Girls|
|The Tenth Man|
|1994||Thicker Than Blood: The Larry McLinden Story|
|2002||Morning's at Seven|
|2014||The Angriest Man in Brooklyn|
He was a regular on That Was The Week That Was, a weekly satirical series that aired on NBC-TV in 1964-65.
Columbo Season 2 "The Greenhouse Jungle"
Columbo Season 5 "Now you see him ..."
- Bob Dishy at the Internet Movie Database
- Bob Dishy at the Internet Broadway Database
- Yahoo! Movies entry
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