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Overview (3)

Born in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died in Los Angeles, California, USA  (heart attack)
Birth NameStanley Eis

Mini Bio (1)

Stanley Brock lived in the lower east side of Manhattan on E.14th St. In his earlier days he was doing a comedy routine with a girl. The name of the act was called Stan and Nan. They would perform one nighters in the Upstate NY area - the Catskills' - or, as the area was more commonly known; The Botscht Belt (in reference to the many holiday camps, which primarily catered to the Jewish population from the NYC/Tri-State area. He also augmented his living by doing clerical work for an Refrigeration and Air Cond.Co. in Manhattan. He would always try his Comedy routines on his fellow employees. The year was mid 60's to early 70's. He then went west to Hollywood and had fairly good success playing character parts in movies and TV. He was a semi regular on the Barney Miller (1974) series.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: flo@n-jcenter.com (Updated by; U.N. Owen 11/14)

Trade Mark (1)

Ever present cigar

Trivia (1)

He was the guy juggling fireballs on the back cover of Rush's 1987 album, "Hold Your Fire."

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