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In 1967, he starred a pilot for a proposed ABC sitcom called "Three's a Crowd" where he played man with two wives who didn't know the other existed.

In 1968, he starred in an unsold sitcom pilot for CBS called "Rome, Sweet Rome" where he played an innocent American living in the Eternal City.

(1981) TV Commercial for Maximum Strength Dietac diet pills - Actor

(March 1, 1977) Guested on the daytime program "Good Day" other guest was Topol.

(1967). Active on Broadway in the following production:

(1967). Stage Play: The Paisley Convertible. Comedy. Written by Harry Cauley. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by James Hammerstein. Henry Miller's Theatre: 11 Feb 1967- 18 Feb 1967 (9 performances + 18 previews). Cast: Jed Allan (as "Ralph Keppleman"), Bill Bixby (as "Charlie Rodgers") [only Broadway role], Joyce Bulifant (as "Amy Rodgers"), Marsha Hunt (as "Meg Tynan"), Betsy von Furstenberg (as "Sylvia Greer"). Understudies: Richard Hoffman (as "Charlie Rodgers/Ralph Keppleman"), Jen Nelson (as "Meg Tynan") and Mary Rausch (as "Amy Rodgers/Sylvia Greer"). Produced by Michael Ellis.


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