Tag Archives: actors

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”.





Remembering Actor Richard Herd aka “Mr. Wilhelm” from Seinfeld

Remembering Richard Herd aka “Mr. Wilhelm” and countless other characters. He was one of those actors that you saw on TV for decades and always did a great job. He was 87.





Remembering Comedian and Actor Jerry Stiller

Doug Miles hosts a look back at some of Stiller and Meara’s comedy on the Ed Sullivan Show, The Carol Burnett Show and one of their Blue Nun Wine radio commercials as a tribute to the great Jerry Stiller who passed away 5/11/20 at 92.






Remembering Actor/Comedian Jerry Stiller

Jerry Stiller was a talented actor/comedian/writer who passed away today at 92. He and his wife Anne Meara were a successful comedy team and each of them were successful as individual performers. Jerry was best known to TV audiences in the 1990’s as “Frank Costanza” on “Seinfeld” and “Arthur Spooner” on “The King of Queens”. Here’s part of an appearance of “Stiller and Meara” on the “Ed Sullivan Show” in 1964:






A Conversation with Chris Lemmon

Don Henderson and Doug Miles talk with actor/producer/musician Chris Lemmon about his recovery from a double lung transplant, his legendary Dad, Jack Lemmon and more.






Remembering Actor Robert Conrad

Robert Conrad passed away at 84 on Feb. 8, 2020. He was known for his roles on television in “Hawaiian Eye”, “Wild Wild West”, “Baa Baa Black Sheep” and “A Man Called Sloane” as well as his classic Everyready battery commercials.






Actor/Director Will Mackenzie on “Talk Across America”

Doug Miles talks Will Mackenzie about his career in show business, working a director of many hit comedies such as Scrubs, Everybody Loves Raymond, Reba, Family Ties and as an actor appearing on The Bob Newhart Show.





“Talk Across America” guest actor/singer Danny Aiello

In this archived episode of “Talk Across America” Doug Miles talks with actor/singer Danny Aiello as aired WIBQ, now WSRQ radio in Sarasota, FL in 2006. Link to Danny’s CD here: https://amzn.to/2shzZ46





Remembering Adam West

Adam West, best known as TV’s original “Batman” passed away after a brief illness this weekend at age 88. He was an outstanding and underrated actor. In the video posted, he hosts “The Hollywood Palace”, one of the popular variety shows in the 1960’s.

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