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Hy Pyke (1935–2006)

Hy Pyke is an American character actor born in Los Angeles, California, in 1935. He majored in theater at the UCLA in the 60s, appearing in numerous student films, including one for Ray Manzarek, keyboardist of The Doors. From the UCLA, Pyke continued to a career as a character actor in low-budget, independent, films in the 70s and 80s, such as ... See full bio »

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 2012/I Dealing
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 2003 Music Is a Joke! (TV Short)
Song's of the 80's Commercial DJ
 1995 Fatal Choice
Mickey (as Hy Pike)
 1988 Halloween Night (Video)
Grandpa
 1986 Vamp
Desk Clerk
 1984 Growing Pains
Mr. Slatt
 1984 Just My Luck (Short)
Hymie
 1980 Smokey and the Judge
Club Owner / Mr. Kuntz (as Hy Pike)
 1978 Spawn of the Slithis
Jack Dunn
 1977 Nightmare in Blood
Harris
 1976 Hollywood High
Mr. Flowers (as Hy Camp)
 1975 White House Madness
B.B. Reboza
 1975 Dolemite
Mayor Daley (as Monte 'Hy' Pike)
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Other Works:

Appeared in TV commercials for Little Caesar's and California Cheese. See more »

Alternate Names:

Hy Camp | Hy Pike | Monte 'Hy' Pike
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Trivia:

Sang the theme song of The First Nudie Musical where he was dubbed by Bruce Kimmel. See more »

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Sagittarius

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