Lew Parker (1907–1972)


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Lew Parker was born on October 29, 1907 in Brooklyn, New York, USA as Austin Lewis Jacobs. He was an actor, known for Are You with It? (1948), That Girl (1966) and Country Music Holiday (1958). He was married to Betty Kean. He died on October 27, 1972 in New York City, New York. See full bio »

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Are You with It? Goldie McGoldrick
(1948)
That Girl Lew Marie / Noah
(1966-1971)
(1958)
(1957)

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 1968-1971 Here's Lucy (TV Series)
Mr. Adams / Mr. Caldwell
- Lucy and Her All-Nun Band (1971) ... Mr. Adams
- Mod, Mod Lucy (1968) ... Mr. Caldwell
 1966-1971 That Girl (TV Series)
Lew Marie / Noah
- Stag Party (1971) ... Lew Marie
- The Russians Are Staying (1971) ... Lew Marie
- A Limited Engagement (1971) ... Lew Marie
- Those Friars (1971) ... Lew Marie
- An Uncle Herbert for All Seasons (1970) ... Lew Marie
 1966-1968 The Lucy Show (TV Series)
Agent / Jack Murray / Lawyer / ...
- Lucy and the Lost Star (1968) ... Agent
- Lucy and Phil Harris (1968) ... Jack Murray
- Lucy Sues Mooney (1967) ... Lawyer
- Lucy and the Starmaker (1967) ... Mr. Nelson Penrose
- Lucy and the Monkey (1966) ... Dr. Parker
 1966 Friends, Romans, Countrymen (TV Movie)
Filion
 1966 F Troop (TV Series)
George C. Bragan
- The Ballot of Corporal Agarn (1966) ... George C. Bragan
 1966 Gidget (TV Series)
Socrates
- Operation Shaggy Dog (1966) ... Socrates
 1958 Country Music Holiday
Lew Parker
 1954-1957 The Jackie Gleason Show (TV Series)
Guest Comic / Mr. Flextone
- Episode #5.29 (1957) ... Guest Comic
- Ralph's Sweet Tooth (1954) ... Mr. Flextone (uncredited)
 1957 The Kaiser Aluminum Hour (TV Series)
Lew Daniels
- A Man's Game (1957) ... Lew Daniels
 1954 Broadway Television Theatre (TV Series)
Gordon Miller
- Room Service (1954) ... Gordon Miller
 1952 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series)
John Bickerson
- Episode #5.29 (1952) ... John Bickerson
- Episode #5.27 (1952) ... John Bickerson
 1951 All Star Revue (TV Series)
Guest Actor
- Episode #2.14 (1951) ... Guest Actor
 1950 Star Time (TV Series)
John Bickerson (1950-1951)
 1948 Are You with It?
Goldie McGoldrick
 1937 Cocktail Party (Short)
Lew
 1921 The Kid
Extra in Heaven Scene (uncredited)
Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
Show Show Self (17 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

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Stage Play: Red, Hot and Blue. Musical comedy. Based on material by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Directed by Howard Lindsay. Alvin Theatre: 29 Oct 1936- 10 Apr 1937 (183 performances). Cast included: Jimmy Durante (as "Policy ... See more »

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Came from a theatrical family. His father was one-half of a double act, "Parker and Decker", who often performed in black-face. Lew had a background in vaudeville and was helped in his career by Milton Berle and Bob Hope. He entertained troops during the war in the South Pacific as part of the USO. Appeared on the musical comedy stage after the war. Toured in the "Ole Olsen" part of "Hellzapoppin... See more »

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