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Marty Brill net worth, biography and wiki:Marty Brill was born on May 6, 1932 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is an actor and writer, known for The New Dick Van Dyke Show (1971), The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984) and The Amazing Howard Hughes (1977).
|Birth date:||May 6, 1932|
|Birth place:||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Profession:||Actor, Writer, Soundtrack|
|Albums:||The Roving Balladeer|
More about Marty Brill:
|1||Wrote the lyrics for the Broadway musical "Cafe Crown" (Martin Beck Theater" NYC, 1964) which starred Alan Alda. Sam Levene, Tommy Rall, and Theodore Bikel.|
|2||A nightclub headliner and recording artist as a singer/guitarist before rock-n-roll.|
|3||An interpreter for Naval Intelligence during the Korean War, who became so fluent in the Japanese language that he dubbed the voice of Jimmy Stewart in a radio western (The Six Shooter) when it was exported to Japan in the 1950s.|
|4||A former child prodigy with many successful piano concerts in Chicago.|
|5||Comedian/writer/actor/musician who appeared regularly on 60s and 70s TV in both variety ("Ed Sullivan," "Merv Griffin") and sitcoms ("The New Dick Van Dyke Show," "Mary Tyler Moore).|
|6||Standup routines known for their topical humor pulled from the headlines.|
|7||Later worked cruise ships.|
|8||Brother-in-law of Mitzi McCall.|
|9||Brother of Charlie Brill.|
|Too Close for Comfort||1986||TV Series||Ed Hugo|
|Basic Training||1985||General Strombs|
|The Pope of Greenwich Village||1984||Mel|
|Simon & Simon||1982||TV Series||P.R. Rep|
|Seven Brides for Seven Brothers||1982||TV Series||Buddy|
|Three's Company||1982||TV Series||Mike O'Connell|
|The Soupy Sales Show||1978-1979||TV Series|
|Sergeant T.K. Yu||1979||TV Movie||Sam Palfy|
|All in the Family||1978||TV Series||Floyd Mills|
|The Amazing Howard Hughes||1977||TV Movie||Lewis Milestone|
|Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure||1977||King Koo Koo (voice)|
|The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||1974||TV Series|
|Love, American Style||1973||TV Series||Mr. Sommers (segment "Love and the Odd Couples")|
|The New Dick Van Dyke Show||1971-1973||TV Series||Bernie Davis|
|Angel, Angel, Down We Go||1969||Maitre D'|
|Mr. Belvedere||1965||TV Movie||Mooney (as Martin Brill)|
|One in a Million||1980||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|The Soupy Sales Show||1979||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|What's Happening!!||1978||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|Carter Country||1978||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure||1977||performer: "It's Not Easy Being King When You're Short"|
|Captain Kangaroo||1975||TV Series||Himself|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1974||TV Series||Himself - Comedian|
|The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||1969-1973||TV Series||Himself / Himself - Guest|
|The David Frost Show||1969-1972||TV Series||Himself|
|The Hollywood Squares||1971||TV Series||Guest Appearance|
|The Joey Bishop Show||1969||TV Series||Himself|
|The Merv Griffin Show||1967-1969||TV Series||Himself|
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