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Eugene Fodor (1950–2011)

Eugene Fodor was born on March 5, 1950 in Denver, Colorado, USA as Eugene Nicholas Fodor Jr. He was an actor, known for SCTV Network (1981), Hee Haw (1969) and Salute! (1983). He was married to Susan Davis and Sally Swedlund. He died on February 26, 2011 in Arlington, Virginia, USA. See full bio »

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SCTV Network Paul Boray
Hee Haw Himself
Salute! Himself
The Big Bang The Violinist


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 1981 SCTV Network (TV Series)
Paul Boray
- Doorway to Hell (1981) ... Paul Boray
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 1990 The Geraldo Rivera Show (TV Series)
- Episode dated 9 April 1990 (1990) ... Himself
 1976-1990 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series)
Himself - Guest / Himself
- Episode #17.104 (1978) ... Himself - Guest
- Episode #16.198 (1977) ... Himself - Guest
- Episode dated 19 November 1976 (1976) ... Himself - Guest
 1989 The Big Bang (Documentary)
The Violinist
 1985 Hee Haw (TV Series)
- Episode #17.6 (1985) ... Himself
 1983 Salute! (TV Series)
 1978 Perry Como's Early American Christmas (TV Special)
 1977 The Bob Braun Show (TV Series)
Himself - Author
- Episode dated 29 September 1977 (1977) ... Himself - Author
 1974-1977 The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series)
Himself - Author / Himself - Violinist
- Episode #16.194 (1977) ... Himself - Author
- Episode #16.117 (1977) ... Himself - Author
- Episode #14.43 (1974) ... Himself - Violinist

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A lot of people confuse being a virtuoso with having a demented childhood. I find this ridiculous. When I was a teen-ager I'd practise two hours a day and have my evenings free to go bowling or play pinball. [Washington Post, Nov. 18, 1974]


Child-prodigy violinist, winner of national and international awards, first American to win the top prize at the Tchaikovsky violin competition in Moscow in 1974. See more »

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