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Grady Nutt (1934–1982)

Grady Nutt was born on September 2, 1934 in Amarillo, Texas, USA as Grady Lee Nutt. He was an actor, known for Hee Haw (1969), The Mike Douglas Show (1961) and The Grady Nutt Show (1981). He was married to Eleanor Wilson. He died on November 23, 1982. See full bio »


(age 48)

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Known For

Hee Haw
Hee Haw Himself
The Mike Douglas Show
The Mike Douglas Show Himself / Himself - Humorist
The Grady Nutt Show
The Grady Nutt Show Host / Reverend Grady Williams
The Nashville Palace


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 1981 The Grady Nutt Show (TV Movie)
Host / Reverend Grady Williams
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 1979-1982 Hee Haw (TV Series)
- Episode #14.10 (1982) ... Himself
- Episode #14.8 (1982) ... Himself
- Episode #14.7 (1982) ... Himself
- Episode #14.6 (1982) ... Himself
- Episode #14.3 (1982) ... Himself
 1981 The Nashville Palace (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1981) ... Himself
 1967-1969 The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series)
Himself / Himself - Humorist
- Episode #9.82 (1969) ... Himself - Humorist
- Episode dated 4 March 1969 (1969) ... Himself
- Episode dated 6 June 1968 (1968) ... Himself
- Episode dated 2 February 1968 (1968) ... Himself
- Episode dated 27 December 1967 (1967) ... Himself

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Personal Quote:

Openness is essentially the willingness to grow, a distaste for ruts, eagerly standing on top-toe for a better view of what tomorrow brings. A man once bought a new radio, brought it home, placed it on the refrigerator, plugged it in, turned it to WSM in Nashville (home of the Grand Ole Opry), and then pulled all the knobs off! He had already tuned in all he ever wanted or expected to hear. Some ... See more »


Played the Martin Tiple. This is an instrument similar to a ukulele but has 10 stings. See more »

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