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Tom Kennedy (III)

Tom Kennedy was born on February 26, 1927 in Louisville, Kentucky, USA as James Edward Narz. He is known for his work on You Don't Say (1963), Hardcastle and McCormick (1983) and Cannon (1971). He was previously married to Betty Gevedon. See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

Known For

You Don't Say
You Don't Say Himself - Host / Himself - Guest Contestant
Hardcastle and McCormick
Cannon Tommy Corbin
The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
The Ghost & Mrs. Muir George Hooper


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 1957-1958 Date with the Angels (TV Series) (announcer - 16 episodes)
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Tom & Betty


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Split Second was a real challenge to host. I never did a serious quiz show before, so I prepared myself to make sure that I would keep the show moving and not stumble. I'd get to the studio early and read through the questions about an hour before taping, working on pronunciations and talk with writers through how to word them better. I also watched a lot of Jeopardy! and studied how Art Fleming ... See more »


Appeared on Laugh-In (1967), continually saying "You Don't Say!" - title of the game show he was hosting at the time. See more »


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