Frasier Pratt / Herbert Pitts
The Love Boat
Charlie Dillinger / George Hayes / The Great Stellini / ...
Joey / Father / Frank / ...
Dick Van Petten / Dick Van Patten
Mr. Conners / Hunsberger
Merle Overton / Melvin Pearson
Carter Merkle / Morris Meers
... Morris Meers
Man at Hotel / Dr. Feldman / Dr. Whittaker
Love, American Style
George (segment "Love and the Parent's Sake") / Lavern Veemer (segment "Love and the Tycoon") / Jack (segment 'Love and the Particular Girl') / ...
Race Announcer / Mr. Morse
... Walter Granscog
Bert (as Richard Van Patten)
Nels Hansen / Nels
The Snark Was a Boojum. Comedy. Written by Owen Davis
. Based on the novel by Richard Shattuck
. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Costume Design by Michael Paul. Directed by Alexander Kirkland
. 48th Street Theatre: 1 Sep 1943- 4 Sep 1943 (5 performances). Cast: Phyllis Adams (as "Vivian"), Joan Banks (as "Millie Smith"), Francis
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John Acerno | Dick & Pat | Richard Van Patten | Dick Van Patton
5' 9½" (1.77 m)
Did You Know?
I played Nels on I Remember Mama, and my son -- it was married in 1954. I married a June Taylor Dancer from The Jackie Gleason Show. And my son -- I played Nels on Eight is Enough, so my son was born, and I named him "Nels." I figured it's a lucky name for me; it'll be lucky for him. And he loves his name! But my wife, I married a June Taylor Dancer. They were all so cute. You know how pretty ...
Honorary mayor of Sherman Oaks, California, USA.
New York City accent.
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