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(1970s) TV commercial: A-1 Steak Sauce.

(1970s) TV commercial: Ritz Crackers.

(1960s) TV commercial: General Foods (various products) (as his Andy Taylor character from "The Andy Griffith Show" (1960)).

(1999) TV commercial: "Andy Griffith Gospel" album

(1997) Album: "I Love To Tell the Story: 25 Timeless Hymns"

(1959-60) Stage: Appeared (as "Tom Destry") in "Destry Rides Again" on Broadway. Musical. NOTE: Griffith was nominated for Tony for the role.

(1960s) TV commercial (w/Don Knotts): Post Grape Nuts cereal (as his Andy Taylor character from "The Andy Griffith Show" (1960)).

(1995) TV commercials (in southern US): Shoney's restaurants

CD: "The Wit and Wisdom of Andy Griffith" (Columbia).

(1996) Album: "Precious Memories".

(Early to mid 70s) TV commercial: Post Toasties cereal.

(1960s) TV commercial (w'Don Knotts'): Sanka Coffee (as his Andy Taylor character from "The Andy Griffith Show" (1960)).

Alumnus of the longest running historical outdoor play in the United States, The Lost Colony, penned by Paul Green. He was a cast member at the Waterside Theater in Manteo, North Carolina from 1947 - 1953 and was eventually offered the role of Sir Walter Raleigh, a role that he accepted and played for five years.

Appeared in an Internet viral video reprising his role as Sheriff Andy Taylor during the 2008 Presidential Election, encouraging voters to vote for Barack Obama, alongside Henry Winkler and Ron Howard.

Music video: Appeared in Brad Paisley's video for his song "Waitin' on a Woman".

(2010) TV commercial (PSA): Medicare Health Reform bill

(1953) Single: "Romeo And Juliet" / "What It Was, Was Football" (Colonial Records)

(1979) Radio: Hosted CBS Radio's "Sears Mystery Theater" on Tuesday nights. When the program became "The Mutual Radio Theater on the Mutual Radio Network in 1980, he continued to host it.

Comedy album: "Just for Laughs"

(1955). Stage Play: No Time for Sergeants. Comedy. Written by Ira Levin. Adapted from the novel by Mac Hyman. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Directed by Morton DaCosta. Alvin Theatre: 20 Oct 1955- 14 Sep 1957 (796 performances). Cast: Carl Albertson (as "Inductee/Lt. Gardella/Co-Pilot"), Royal Beal (as "General Pollard"), Floyd Buckley (as "Pa Stockdale"), Maree Dow (as "Rosabelle/Cigarette Girl/A Nurse"), Rex Everhart (as "A Colonel/Lt. Abel"), Howard Freeman (as "General Bush"), Hazen Gifford (as "Lt. Bridges/Pilot"), Andy Griffith (as "Will Stockdale") [Broadway debut], William Hinnant (as "Lt. Cover/Navigator"), Earle Hyman (as "A Lieutennant"), Ray Johnson (as "Classification Corporal/Aide to General Pollard"), Edmund Johnston (as "Lt. Baker"), Arthur P. Keegan (as "An Infantryman/Inductee"), Don Knotts (as "Preacher/Corporal, Manual Dexterity") [Broadway debut], Myron McCormick (as "Sergeant King"), Roddy McDowall (as "Ben Whitledge"), Robert McQuade (as "Inductee"), James Millhollin (as "A Psychiatrist") [Broadway debut], Wynn Pearce (as "Capt. Charles/Inductee") [Broadway debut], Ed Peck (as "A Captain"), Jules Racine (as "Inductee/Air Force Policeman"), Cecil Rutherford (as "Inductee/Lt. Kendall/Engineer"), Michael Thoma (as "Bus Driver"), O. Tolbert-Hewitt (as "Draft Man/A Senator"), Robert Webber (as "Irvin Blanchard"), Van Williams (as "Inductee"). Replacement actors: Louis Beachner (as "Ben Whitledge"), Jack Collins (as "A Senator/Draft Man"), Ossie Davis (as "A Lieutennant"), Rex Everhart (as "Sergeant King"), Eric Fleming (as "Irvin Blanchard"), Will Geer (as "Pa Stockdale"), Charles Hohman (as "Will Stockdale"), Arte Johnson (as "Ben Whitledge"), Ray Johnson (as "A Colonel/Inductee/Lt. Abel"), Vincent Lynne (as "Lt. Cover/Navigator"), Robert McQuade (as "Classification Corporal"), William Mullaney (as "Corporal, Manual Dexterity/Preacher"), Karl K. Redcoff (as "Lt. Baker"), Alfred Sander (as "A Captain"), Elwood Smith (as "A Lieutennant"), Elwood Thompson (as "A Lieutennant"), John Topa (as "A Senator"), J. Robert Victor (as "Inductee/Lt. Gardella/Co-Pilot"), Van Williams (as "Aide to General Pollard"). Produced by Maurice Evans. Produced in association with Emmett Rogers. Notes: (1) Griffith was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actor. (2) Filmed by Warner Bros. as No Time for Sergeants (1958) and inspired a short-lived TV series, "No Time for Sergeants" (1964).

(2011) Print ads for the Medicare reform organization,

(May 21, 1957) Guest on the daytime series "Club Sixty".

(May 29, 1957) guested on the daytime series "Home" along with Darren McGavin and Mrs. McGavin.

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