Bill Kirchenbauer

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Bill Kirchenbauer
Born William Alfred Kirchenbauer
(1953-02-19) February 19, 1953 (age 65)
Salzburg, Austria
Occupation Actor, comedian, comedy writer
Years active 1977–present
Known for Roles as Graham Lubbock on the ABC-TV series Growing Pains and its spinoff series Just the Ten of Us and "T.N.T." on Mork & Mindy
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.[1] 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).

Life and career[edit]

Kirchenbauer was born in Salzburg, Austria, the son of Hester Elaine (née Andrews) and Alfred Ellsworth Kirchenbauer, who served in the U.S. Army.[2]

He has had recurring roles on Fernwood 2 Night and America 2-Night as singer Tony Rolletti; on Mork & Mindy as the geeky, obnoxious self-professed "ladies' man", womanizer Todd Norman "T.N.T." Taylor; and on Clueless as Coach Bullock. He was a semi-regular panelist on the revival of Match Game in 1990 and also on Super Password.

Kirchenbauer has also appeared in movies such as Gorp, Stoogemania, The Story of Us, The Alternate, and Unbeatable Harold.

He is also the founder of the Uncle Crazie's Comedy Club in Bee Cave, Texas, an Austin, Texas suburb, founded by him in 2016.


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