Around 1976 or 1977, appeared in the lead role of the musical play "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" at the Tidewater Dinner Theatre, Norfolk, Virginia.
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[on his most famous role, Grandpa Munster] The role of Grandpa is not complicated because you're wearing odd makeup or bizarre costumes. That's not what complicates a role. What makes Grandpa a little odd is the fact that he had no prototype. When I approached this role, I knew that whatever I was doing was original. So no director could say to me, "Listen, remember how he did it, this is how I ...
His character on The Munsters
(1964) was often incorrectly referred to as Grandpa Munster even though his name was Sam Dracula. Munster was the surname of his son-in-law.
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