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Jud Strunk (1936–1981)

The country music performer Jud Strunk was born Justin Roderick Strunk, Jr. on June 11, 1936, in Jamestown, New York. He was a singer-songwriter akin to Jimmy Buffett (except Strunk sang about his adopted state of Maine rather than Key West and the tropics) who played the tenor banjo and piano. He also was an actor specializing in comedy. In 1960, ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Jud Strunk Show
The Jud Strunk Show Himself - Host
(1972)
Laugh-In
Laugh-In Regular Performer
(1972-1973)
Bewitched
Bewitched Bellboy / Maitre d'
(1970)
Changing Scene
Changing Scene Himself
(1970)

Filmography

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 1972-1973 Laugh-In (TV Series)
Regular Performer
- Episode #6.23 (1973) ... Regular Performer
- Episode #6.22 (1973) ... Regular Performer
- Episode #6.21 (1973) ... Regular Performer
- Episode #6.20 (1973) ... Regular Performer
- Episode #6.19 (1973) ... Regular Performer
 1970 Bewitched (TV Series)
Bellboy / Maitre d'
- Paul Revere Rides Again (1970) ... Bellboy
- Darrin on a Pedestal (1970) ... Maitre d'
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Show Show Self (14 credits)
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Other Works:

Recorded a promotional 45 rpm single for the Moto-Ski Snowmobile Company in 1969, The Santa Song (AKA Santa's Got A Moto-Ski)/A Special Christmas Tree. The songs, written by Strunk, were recorded at Rockland Recording Studios in Maine. See more »
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Ran for the Maine senate in 1970, losing by only one vote. See more »

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