Recorded several Wayne & Shuster LPs.
Along with partner Johnny Wayne, he made close to 70 guest appearances on "Toast of the Town" (1948) aka. The Ed Sullivan Show, more than any other performer or group.
In 1966, he and Johnny Wayne created a unsold sitcom pilot set in ancient Rome called "Friends, Romans and Countryman" starring Jack Carter.
In 1968, he and partner Johnny Wayne co-wrote the teleplay for an unsold sitcom pilot for CBS called "Rome, Sweet Rome" about the misadventures of an American living in Rome. The pilot starred Bill Bixby and featuring Jules Munchin and David Burns.
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