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NuttyJerryFan last won the day on December 26 2016

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  • Birthday 05/23/1968

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    Computers, Cooking, Music (Jazz), Jerry Movies, Sinatra, Tech Support, Sammy Davis, etc.
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  1. Rickles, 90

  2. Gene Wilder, 83

  3. Gary Marshall...

    Garry Marshall, whose contributions to screens small and big included Happy Days and the original TV adaptation of The Odd Couple, died on Tuesday at age 81. Access Hollywood was first to report on the legend’s passing; per TMZ, he died from complications from pneumonia. A Bronx native and brother to actress/director Penny Marshall and TV producer Ronny Marshall Hallin, Marshall started out his career as a writer for Jack Paar’s Tonight Show, The Joey Bishop Hour and The Dick Van Dyke Show. From there, he went on to develop for TV an adaptation of the Neil Simon play The Odd Couple, before creating Happy Days (which was born of a segment on the Love, American Style anthology series). The ’50s-set Happy Days would launch the multi-hyphenate career of Ron Howard and make Henry Winkler a teen icon, as well as spawn the offshoots Laverne & Shirley, Mork & Mindy and (the short-lived) Joanie Loves Chachi. His TV creations also includes the Donna Pescow-fronted Angie, Blansky’s Beauties, The Brian Keith Show and Hey, Landlord. As a TV actor, Marshall was featured on The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show and played Murphy Brown‘s Stan Lansing. His other credits include Brothers and Sisters, Louie and, most recently, a guest spot on CBS’ The Odd Couple reboot. For the big screen, Marshall directed several seminal films, including The Flamingo Kid, Beaches, Pretty Woman and The Princess Diaries. Marshall also penned the autobiography Wake Me When It’s Funny: How to Break into Show Business and Stay There, which I personally cannot recommend enough. Tremendous, compelling (and funny) yarns. http://tvline.com/2016/07/19/garry-marshall-dead-at-81-happy-days-creator/
  4. Julius La Rosa_86

    Darn - one of my favorites
  5. Musician Prince dead at 57

  6. Doris Roberts Dead at 90

    Sad... one of my favorites
  7. Abe Vigoda Really Dead at 94

    sigh... one of my faves
  8. Tonight Show with Johnny Carson heading to Antenna TV

    I wish my company carried Antenna. I'd be recording every one of these shows. I loved and still think fondly of Carson.
  9. CBS Thursday Shows

    On my Roku, I have the CBS App where I can see all the prime time shows the next morning.
  10. Tonight Show with Johnny Carson heading to Antenna TV

    Well - at least we'll have some classic TV after all.
  11. Last Comic Standing 2015

    I still enjoy the show - the talent on it has potential.
  12. Frank Gifford Dead at 84

  13. Ben E King..

    Forgive us Joe.... Some of us have other things to attend to.
  14. John Pinette

    Comedian John Pinette found dead in Pittsburgh hotel room at age 50 (Reuters) - John Pinette, a stand-up comedian who guest-starred as the victim of a carjacking in the final episode of the comedy show Seinfeld, has died at age 50, an official said on Sunday. Pinette was found dead inside a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, hotel room on Saturday, an official with the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office said. Pinette died from natural causes and was discovered by family members, the official said. A native of Boston, Pinette was known for making jokes about his weight during his stand-up performances whose titles included "I'm Starvin'!" and "Show Me the Buffet." In 2011, his "Still Hungry" special premiered on Comedy Central. Pinette also appeared in movies like "Junior," "The Punisher" and "Dear God." In the final episode of Seinfeld, Pinette portrayed an overweight man who gets carjacked at gunpoint. The show's stars stand by and watch the incident and make fun of the man's weight before they are arrested by a police officer for violating the "Good Samaritan Law." The medical examiner's official said Pinette was in Pittsburgh to attend a wedding. http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/07/us-usa-people-pinette-idUSBREA3601N20140407 One of my favorites.. damn