Category Archives: actors

Remembering the Great Character Actor James Hampton who Passed Away at 84

James Hampton was a talented actor who is best known for his role as bumbling bugler Hannibal Dobbs on “F-Troop”. He was a great comedic actor who also worked in several Burt Reynolds movies and on the Rockford Files. He passed away after a long illness at age 84 on April 7th.





Remembering Actor George Segal Who Passed Away at 87





Happy 90th to the “Captain” William Shatner today!





Remembering The Great Shelley Berman on What Would’ve Been His 96th Birthday

Radio interview with legendary comedian Shelley Berman. He talks about working on Curb Your Enthusiasm, Boston Legal and Don’t Mess with Zohan and improvisation and his poetry. WSLR Radio Sarasota, FL. Recorded 7/31/09. Shelley passed away in Sept. 2017.





Remembering Actor Hal Holbrook who passed away at 95

In this archive episode, Doug Miles talks with actor Hal Holbrook about his career and portraying Mark Twain. As aired WSRQ radio Sarasota, FL Feb. 2007. Hal Holbrook passed away at 95 on 2/1/21.





RIP to the Seinfeld friends we have lost the past year





RIP Wilford Brimley aka the Postal Inspector on Seinfeld

Wilford Brimley was a great character actor in film and television. He passed away at 85 this weekend. He specialized in playing authority figures who got your attention. Here’s a classic scene from “Seinfeld” where he played the postal inspector convincing Kramer not to cancel his mail.





Remembering the great character actor Reni Santoni who played Poppie on Seinfeld

Reni Santoni passed away at 81 this weekend. He was a talented actor on stage, TV and film. One of his most remembered characters was the “unsanitary” pizza restaurateur Poppie on “Seinfeld”.





Tribute to Comedy Legend Carl Reiner

Doug Miles looks back at a few classic moments of Carl Reiner on television as we pay tribute to one of the comedy legends who passed away at 98 on 6/29/20.





Remembering Fred Travalena with Lois Travalena

Doug Miles talks with Lois Travalena as they remember the talented singer, impressionist, comedian, actor and composer Fred Travalena.