“Forgotten Hollywood”- Mr. Maude…

Posted on October 18, 2019 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here..

“`Bill Macy was best known for his co-starring part as Walter Findlay in the television series, Maude. He was a perfect match as the long-suffering foil to Bea Arthur’s unyielding feminist title character. Maude was the spinoff to the iconic sitcom All in the Family from producers Norman Lear and Bud Yorkin.

BEA ARTHUR                     BILL MACY

“`Before his career as an actor, Macy was a taxi cab driver. His first role was as an understudy to Walter Matthau on Broadway. He eventually was hired in the original cast of the 1969-1972 New York stage production of Oh! Calcutta! that featured fully nude producers. He was in the 1972 movie version of the musical about sexual mores.

“`Macy appeared in funny flicks, such as The Producers, The Jerk, and My Favorite Year. He guest-starred in dozens of television programs, including The Edge of Night, L. A. Law, Chicago Hope, ER, and on several episodes of Seinfeld.

“`Bill Macy was ninety-seven.


“`Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History, my initial work in my book series, has surpassed 3,600 hundred in sales. It is great to see my initial paperback continues to sell.  Overall, the entire series has been placed in more than 5,400 hundred hands. It is special to see my sales continue to climb.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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