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Avery Schreiber

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Biography

Chicago, Illinois, USA
His 1960s and 1970s partner on the comedy stage was Jack Burns, the slimmer, chatty, clean-cut, better-looking dunderhead. Avery Schreiber was the Oliver Hardy counterpart who bore the brunt of Burns' verbal drone. This rumpled, gap-toothed, hefty-sized master of the slow boil stood out among the crowd with his huge trademark walrus mustache, thick thatch of curly black hair, slim teddy bear eyes and mischievous grin. Together the pair became a staple of TV variety shows, mainstays on such classic entertainment as "The Ed Sullivan Show," "The Dean Martin Show" and "The Hollywood Palace. Read more...

Actor

Character: Sheikh's Aide & Camel Salesman

The Last Remake of Beau Geste 1977

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Character: Capt. Cornelius Butt

Galaxina 1980

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Character: Dean Bill Whittier

The Lay of the Land 1997

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Character: Constantine Constapopolis

Hunk 1987

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Character: Granddaddy of Punk

Rebel Yell 2000

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Character: Avery Schreiber

NBC Special Treat 1975

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Character: Himself - Guest

Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall 1948

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Character: Himself

The Dean Martin Show 1965

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Character: Fire Commissioner Lilly

The Ghost & Mrs. Muir 1968

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Character: Himself

Sammy and Company 1975

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Character: Himself

Flip 1970

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Character: Himself

The Muppet Show 1976

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Character: Himself

The Kraft Music Hall 1967

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Character: Ock

Caveman 1981

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Character: Capt. Manzini

My Mother the Car 1965

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Character: Himself

ABC Late Night 1973

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Character: Himself

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