Buck Henry

Henry Zuckerman, better known as Buck Henry (born December 9, 1930), is an American actor, writer, film director, and television director.

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Saturday Night Live (season 5) - Episodes
... Buck Henry appears in the "Rise" commercial parody with Steve Martin ... the hidden popes within the picture 2 ... Eric Idle Bob Dylan October 20, 1979 Buck Henry appears in the cold opening ... cover of The Spencer Davis Group's "I'm a Man." 4 ... Buck Henry Tom Petty November 10, 1979 Tom Petty The Heartbreakers performs "Refugee" and "Don't Do Me Like That." The winner ...
Saturday Night Live (season 2) - Episodes
30 October 30, 1976 Buck Henry The Band This is Chevy Chase's final episode as a cast member ... Buck Henry was cut on his forehead by John Belushi's sword during Samurai Stockbroker sketch ... Henry, as well as cast members, continued the show with bandaged heads ...
Saturday Night Live (season 3) - Episodes
51 November 12, 1977 Ray Charles Appearance by comedian Franklyn Ajaye Appearance by Buck Henry to announce next week's hosting slot. 52 November 19, 1977 Buck Henry Leon Redbone Franken and Davis Henry uses his monologue to introduce the five finalists in the "Anyone Can Host" contest ... Buck Henry serves as a surrogate to Miskel Spillman in many instances throughout the episode ...
March 4 - Births
1252) 1394 – Henry the Navigator, Portuguese sponsor of exploration (d. 1779) 1756 – Sir Henry Raeburn, Scottish painter (d. 1947) 1863 – John Henry Wigmore, American jurist (d ...

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