Bert Convy

Bert Convy

Bernard Whalen "Bert" Convy (July 23, 1933 – July 15, 1991) was an American actor, singer, game show host and panelist known for his tenure as the host for Tattletales, Super Password, and Win, Lose or Draw.

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The Billy Barnes Revue - Sketches and Musical Numbers
... ACT 1 "Do a Revue" (The Company) "Where Are Your Children?" (Ken Berry, Bert Convy, Jackie Joseph, Ann Guilbert, Patti Regan and Len Weinrib) "Las Vegas" Herman (Rob Rodgers) Girl with Hat (Ann Guilbert) Tanya (J ... Sam (Ken Berry) Ruby (Ann Guilbert) Dick (Bert Convy) Jeanette (Joyce Jameson) Nelson (Bob Rodgers) ACT 2 "A Dissertation on Transportation or, It All Started with the Wheel" Principal ... Joseph) Sour Little Girl (Ann Guilbert) Teacher's Pet (Ken Berry) Bully (Len Weinrib) Bert Convy (Bert Convy) "The Fights" (Introduced by Ann Guilbert ...
Bert Convy - Death
... In April 1990, Convy was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after collapsing while visiting his mother ... After seeking many treatments from several hospitals, Convy died from the tumor on July 15, 1991, 8 days before what would have been his 58th birthday ...
Est And The Forum In Popular Culture - Film - 1970s
... Bert Convy played "Frederick Bismark," a caricature of Werner Erhard ... Erhard." The Charlotte Observer praised Bert Convy's portrayal of the self-help guru Frederick Bismark, writing "Bert Convy is a hilariously smug consciousness-raiser with a more ... During actual filming on Semi-Tough, Convy received a late-night phone call from actress Valerie Harper, known in Hollywood as a devoted student of Werner Erhard ...
The Billy Barnes Revue - Selections On The Cast Album
... Act I Do A Revue (The Company) Where Are Your Children? (The Company) Foolin' Ourselves (Bert Convy and Ken Berry) Las Vegas (Joyce Jameson with Bert Convy and Ken Berry Introduction by Rob Rodgers and ... The Fights (Joyce Jameson and Bob Rodgers) Tyler My Boy (Bert Convy) What Ever Happened? No. 3 (Patti Regan) One of Those Days - Finale (Jackie Joseph, Bert Convy, Ken Berry and Company) ...

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