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Larry Hovis

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Biography

Wapato, Washington, USA
Larry Hovis was born February 20, 1936, in Wapato, Washington. He grew up in Houston, Texas. He started out as a vocalist, singing with his sister Joan Hovis, then joined a quartet called "The Mascots", and they appeared on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts (1948). While Larry was earning his degree in philosophy at the University of Houston, he was signed to Capitol Records, where he recorded the album "My Heart Belongs to Only You". In the late 1950s, he moved to New York and appeared in the Broadway shows "The Billy Barnes Revue" (1959) and "From A to Z" (1960). Read more...

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Character: Stan Corbett

The New Dick Van Dyke Show 1971

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Character: Himself

ABC Stage 67 1966

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Character: Customer #1

Chico and the Man 1974

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Character: Norbert Frank

The Ghost & Mrs. Muir 1968

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Character: Sgt. Andrew Carter

Hogan's Heroes 1965

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Character: Herbert Wentworth

My Living Doll 1964

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Character: Himself

You Don't Say 1963

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Character: Bill Dovey

Alice 1976

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Character: Art Phillips

Adam-12 1968

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