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Herb Caen (1916–1997)

Herb Caen was born on April 3, 1916 in Sacramento, California, USA. He was an actor, known for Revolution (1968), The Hippie Revolution (1996) and Cheers (1982). He was married to Ann Moller. He died on February 1, 1997 in San Francisco, California. See full bio »

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Known For

Revolution
Revolution Himself
(1968)
The Hippie Revolution
(1996)
Cheers
Cheers Delivery Man #2
(1989)
State Trooper
State Trooper Herb Caen - Newspaperman
(1959)

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 1989 Cheers (TV Series)
Delivery Man #2
- Call Me, Irresponsible (1989) ... Delivery Man #2
 1959 State Trooper (TV Series)
Herb Caen - Newspaperman
- Pistols for Two (1959) ... Herb Caen - Newspaperman
 1947 Nora Prentiss
Newspaper Man (uncredited)
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 1996 The Hippie Revolution
Himself
 1968 Revolution (Documentary)
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 2016 I Remember Herb Caen (Documentary)
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Cockroaches and socialites are the only things that can stay up all night and eat anything.

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Favorite drink was "Vitamin V" vodka martini. Many bars in San Francisco served 50 cent "Vitamin V" cocktail specials on the day of his funeral. See more »

Nickname:

Mr. San Francisco

Star Sign:

Aries

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