Warren Berlinger

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Warren Berlinger

Warren Berlinger

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Warren Berlinger

Date of Birth

Date of Birth: August 31, 1937
Date of Passing: December 02, 2020
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York
Obituary: Hollywood Reporter

Warren Berlinger was an American actor.

Berlinger worked constantly in episodic TV throughout his career, including episodes of The Joey Bishop Show (he played Bishop’s younger brother during the 1961 season), Gunsmoke, Gomer Pyle: USMC, Family Affair, The Courtship of Eddie’s Father, That Girl, Love, American Style, Emergency!, The Dukes of Hazzard, Charlie’s Angels, Trapper John, M.D., Murder, She Wrote, Columbo, and Picket Fences. He made multiple appearances on Happy Days in the 1970s and Too Close For Comfort in the 1980s. His final television credit was a 2016 episode of Grace and Frankie.

Warren Berlinger was an American actor.

Berlinger worked constantly in episodic TV throughout his career, including episodes of The Joey Bishop Show (he played Bishop’s younger brother during the 1961 season), Gunsmoke, Gomer Pyle: USMC, Family Affair, The Courtship of Eddie’s Father, That Girl, Love, American Style, Emergency!, The Dukes of Hazzard, Charlie’s Angels, Trapper John, M.D., Murder, She Wrote, Columbo, and Picket Fences. He made multiple appearances on Happy Days in the 1970s and Too Close For Comfort in the 1980s. His final television credit was a 2016 episode of Grace and Frankie.

Following his performance in the 1959 film Blue Denim (about teen pregnancy), Berlinger had a steady run of movie roles for the next four decades, including in The Wackiest Ship in the Army, Spinout, The Long Goodbye, I Will, I Will… for Now, Harry and Walter Go to New York, The Cannonball Run, The World According to Garp, and That Thing You Do!

On stage, Berlinger made his Broadway debut in 1946’s Annie Get Your Gun, with subsequent roles in, among others, Take a Giant Step, A Roomful of Roses, Blue Denim, and Come Blow Your Horn.

Berlinger died December 2, 2020, in Valencia, California. He was 83.

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