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Teddy Quinn

Teddy Quinn was born on November 12, 1959 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an actor, known for General Hospital (1963), Madame X (1966) and Accidental Family (1967). See full bio »
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 1969-1971 Family Affair (TV Series)
Kenny / Mark
- Buffy's Fair Lady (1971) ... Kenny
- The Jody Affair (1969) ... Mark
 1970 Breakout (TV Movie)
Donnie
 1970 Prudence and the Chief (TV Movie)
Gavin MacKenzie
 1966-1969 Bonanza (TV Series)
Peter / Tommy Miller
- The Silence at Stillwater (1969) ... Peter
- Tommy (1966) ... Tommy Miller
 1969 I Dream of Jeannie (TV Series)
Tony Junior
- Blackmail Order Bride (1969) ... Tony Junior
 1969 Land of the Giants (TV Series)
Garna
- Night of Thrombeldinbar (1969) ... Garna
 1968 Bewitched (TV Series)
Boy / Michael Millhauser
- Samantha Fights City Hall (1968) ... Boy
- Playmates (1968) ... Michael Millhauser
 1968 Lancer (TV Series)
Sawdust
- Jelly (1968) ... Sawdust
 1967 The Virginian (TV Series)
Tommy
- The Lady from Wichita (1967) ... Tommy
 1966 That Girl (TV Series)
Patrick Morrisey
- Little Auction Annie (1966) ... Patrick Morrisey
 1966 The Patty Duke Show (TV Series)
Little Boy
- Patty Leads a Dog's Life (1966) ... Little Boy
 1966 My Favorite Martian (TV Series)
Alfred
- Martin, the Mannequin (1966) ... Alfred
 1966 Dr. Kildare (TV Series)
Chip
- A Quick Look at Glory (1966) ... Chip
 1964 Karen (TV Series)
Peter
- Karen's Mixup (1964) ... Peter
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"Mothers are like that. Yeah, they are." These lines were said by Quinn in a 1963 Bayer Children's Aspirin TV ad which was so popular that it launched Quinn on a decade-long career as a child actor. The last three words were ad-libbed by Quinn but were left in the ad. Most agree that the natural way they were said led to the enormous popularity of the commercial. See more »

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