|Born||William Alfred Kirchenbauer
February 19, 1953
|Spouse(s)||Lynn Robbins (1987-present)|
|Children||Reid Kirchenbauer (born 1991)|
William Alfred "Bill" Kirchenbauer (born February 19, 1953) is an American actor and stand-up comedian who has appeared in television shows and films since the 1970s, most notably performing as a regular on Make Me Laugh and Fernwood 2 Night. As an actor, he is best known for his role as Coach Graham Lubbock on the series Growing Pains and starring in the spin-off series Just the Ten of Us (ABC 1988-1990).
Kirchenbauer was born in Salzburg, Austria, the son of Hester Elaine (née Andrews) and Alfred Ellsworth Kirchenbauer, who served in the U.S. army. He has had recurring roles on Fernwood 2 Night and America 2-Night as singer Tony Rolletti; on Mork & Mindy as the obnoxious womanizer, T.N.T.; and on Clueless as Coach Bullock. He was a semi-regular panelist on the revival of Match Game in 1990.
He plays Captain Glucose in the popular The Diabetes Duo: Captain Glucose and Meter Boy.