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Bill Britten was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He is an actor, known for Bozo the Clown (1959), Mathnet (1987) and Bozo's Big Top Circus! (1961). He is married to Mary Louise Jones. See full bio »

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Known For

Bozo the Clown
(1959)
Mathnet
Mathnet Floyd Snerd
(1992)

Filmography

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 1992 Square One Television (TV Series)
Floyd Snerd
- Episode #5.35 (1992) ... Floyd Snerd
 1992 Mathnet (TV Series)
Floyd Snerd
- The Case of the Smart Dummy (1992) ... Floyd Snerd
 1989 The Bill (TV Series)
Area 2 Serial
- Just a Little Run Around (1989) ... Area 2 Serial
 1987 Once Again (TV Movie)
Organist
 1985 The Mad Ave Wizard (Short)
Mr. Special Effects
 1980 Fame
Mr. England
 1970 Husbands
 1961 Bozo's Big Top Circus! (TV Series)
Bozo
 1961 Bozo's Cartoon Circus Lunchtime Show! (TV Series)
Bozo
 1959/II Bozo the Clown (TV Series)
Bozo
 1953 Time for Fun (TV Series)
Johnny Jellybean
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 1970 Husbands (performer: "Blood on the Saddle" (1930) - uncredited)
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 1955 Wonderama (TV Series)
Himself - Co-host (1958)
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Performed as a clown for a gas station franchise in Seattle, Wa, in l953. He later performed as "Prof. Oakey Doakey The Clown" with Ringing Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus at NYC's "Madison Square Garden" during the spring of 1954. Britten was also the third host/performer of WJZ/WABC TV Ch. 7 NYC's kids TV show "Time For Fun!" weekday afternoons from Monday December 31, 1956 to Friday August 1,... See more »

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