|Born||January 12, 1934|
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Occupation||Stage, television actor|
|Spouse(s)||Judy Graubart (2 children)|
Bob Dishy (born January 12, 1934) is an American actor of stage, film, and television.
He is best remembered today for playing Sergeant Wilson, Columbo's polite, respectful assistant in two episodes of Columbo ("Now You See Him" and "The Greenhouse Jungle") and as “Mister Terrific” in one episode of The Golden Girls. He also appeared in several episodes of Law and Order.
His film appearances included Lovers and Other Strangers (1970), I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now? (1975), The Big Bus (1976), The Last Married Couple in America (1980), First Family (1980), Author! Author! (1982), Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986), Critical Condition (1987), Stay Tuned (1992), Used People (1992), Don Juan DeMarco (1994), Jungle 2 Jungle (1997) and Along Came Polly (2004). He was a regular on That Was The Week That Was, a weekly satirical series that aired on NBC-TV in 1964-65.
He appeared on Broadway and in television 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|
|1972||All in the Family|
|1974||An American Millionaire|
|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|
|2004||Along Came Polly|
|2014||The Angriest Man in Brooklyn|
- "Bob Dishy Biography ((?)-)". Filmreference.com. Retrieved 2017-02-26.
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