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Liam Dunn

Liam Dunn

Liam Dunn was an American character actor. The New Jersey native's early career was spent toiling in television in series such as Bonanza, Room 222, Alias Smith and Jones, Mannix, and Gunsmoke. Dunn's breakout role was as the judge in the 1972 film What's Up, Doc?, in which he was noticed by Mel Brooks, who was in the process of forming a stock company of actors. Dunn went on to appear in Brooks films, Blazing Saddles as 'Rev. Johnson', Young Frankenstein as 'Mr. Hilltop', and as the 'Newsvendor' in Silent Movie. He frequently portrayed characters who were verbally and/or physically abused in a slapstick way. Additional credits include Twigs, All in the Family, Barney Miller, McMillan ... more on Wikipedia

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