- (1971-79) Print ads: Johnny Carson line of suits from Johnny Carson Apparel Inc.
- (1961) Unsold pilot: Starred in a comedy pilot called "Oh Johnny" about the leader of a globe-trotting all-girl orchestra and the misadventures he falls prey to while chaperoning them.
- Album: Wrote the liner notes for Meg Myles' album "Meg Myles at the Living Room".
- (1957) Stage: Was understudy for role of "Augie Poole" (during Royale Theater run from 1/10/58-? and Martin Beck Theatre run) in "Tunnel of Love" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Joseph Fields (also director) and Peter DeVries, based on DeVries' novel. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang. Costume Design by Virginia Volland. Royal Theater (moved to The National Theatre from 26 Dec 1957-2 Feb 1958, then moved to The Martin Beck Theatre from 4 Feb 1958-close): 13 Feb 1957-22 Feb 1958 (417 performances). Cast: Tom Ewell (as "Augie Poole") [from 13 Feb 1957-9 Jan 1958], Sylvia Daneel (as "Estelle Novick"), Elisabeth Fraser (as "Alice Pepper"), Darren McGavin (as "Dick Pepper"), Nancy Olson (as "Isolde Poole"), Elizabeth Wilson (as "Miss McCracken"). Understudies: Barbara Foley, J. Richard Jones and Elsa Walden. Replacement actors [during Royale Theatre run:] Jordan Bentley (as "Dick Pepper"), Janet Fox (as "Miss McCracken"), Kaye Lyder (as "Isolde Poole"), Greta Markson (as "Estelle Novick"), Hildy Parks (as "Alice Pepper"). Understudies: Bonnie Bartlett, Carolyn Brenner. [During National Theatre run:], Marsha Hunt (as "Isolde Poole") [from 10 Jan 1958-?], Kaye Lyder (as "Isolde Poole") [?-9 Jan 1958]. [During Martin Beck Theatre run:] Marsha Hunt (as "Isolde Poole"). Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn and Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors. Armina Marshall Langner[credited as Armina Marshall]: Associate Director). NOTE: Filmed as The Tunnel of Love (1958).
- (January 25, 1955) Guested on the daytime talk program "The Garry Moore Show".
- (December 11, 1965) Did a cameo as a railroad porter on the TV comedy "Get Smart"