Pat McCormick  American Actor

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Pat McCormick passed away on 29th Jul 2005 aged 78.

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Pat McCormick is a 78 year old American Actor. Born Arley D. McCormick on 30th June, 1927 in Lakewood, Ohio, USA, he is famous for The Red Skelton Hour. His zodiac sign is Cancer.

Pat McCormick is a member of the following lists: Male actors from Palm Springs, California, Male actors from Ohio and American male television actors.

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Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters1994Businessman (1 episode, 1997)TV Show
Sister, Sister1994Santa (1 episode, 1995)TV Show
Grace Under Fire1993Barry Leeds (1 episode, 1995)TV Show
Broadway Bound1992AnnouncerTV Movie
Ted & Venus1991Marcia's Elderly BoyfriendMovie
Cop Rock1990Norm Chauncey (1 episode, 1990)TV Show
Chinatown Connection1990FlynnMovie
Rented Lips1988WinkyMovie
Scrooged1988Ghost of Christmas Present (TV)Movie
DuckTales1987(1 episode, 1987)TV Show
Doin' Time1985FallisMovie
The Golden Girls1985Drugstore Clerk (1 episode, 1989)TV Show
Bombs Away1985The DispatcherMovie
The Jerk, Too1984DudleyTV Movie
E. Nick: A Legend in His Own Mind1984Sonny PattersonMovie
Smokey and the Bandit Part 31983Big Enos BurdetteMovie
Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour1983Himself (5 episodes, 1984)TV Show
Gun Shy1983Colonel Mound (6 episodes, 1983)TV Show
Rooster1982Sweets McBrideTV Movie
Faerie Tale Theatre1982King Fredrico (1 episode, 1984)TV Show
History of the World: Part I1981Plumbing Salesman - The Roman EmpireMovie
Under the Rainbow1981TinyMovie
Everything Goes1981Himself - Panelist (4 episodes)TV Show
The Fall Guy1981'Sweets' McBride (1 episode, 1982)TV Show
Smokey and the Bandit II1980Big Enos BurdetteMovie
The Gong Show Movie1980HimselfMovie
Hot Stuff1979Man with CigarsMovie
Scavenger Hunt1979Carnival BarkerMovie
Mr. Horn1979John NobleTV Movie
A Wedding1978Mackenzie 'Mac' GoddardMovie
Can I Do It 'Till I Need Glasses?1977Himself (extra)Movie
Smokey and the Bandit1977Big EnosMovie
The Love Boat1977Mr. Stockwell (1 episode, 1982)TV Show
Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson1976The President of the United States (Grover Cleveland)Movie
The Shaggy D.A.1976The BartenderMovie
Laverne & Shirley1976Henry Wanda (1 episode, 1977)TV Show
If You Don't Stop It... You'll Go Blind!!!1975Himself - Awards emceeMovie
Sanford and Son1972Moose (1 episode, 1973)TV Show
The New Bill Cosby Show1972RegularTV Show
The Phynx1970Father O'HoolihanMovie
The Dick Cavett Show1968Himself (2 episodes, 1968)TV Show
The Don Rickles Show1968Himself - Announcer (1 episode, 1969)TV Show
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1962Himself / ... (6 episodes, 1970-1976)TV Show
The Mike Douglas Show1961Himself (1 episode, 1977)TV Show
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1957Himself (1 episode, 1958)TV Show
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1954Harry the Bartender (1 episode, 1978)TV Show
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    About

    Pat McCormick (June 30, 1927 – July 29, 2005) was an American actor and comedy writer known for playing Big Enos Burdette in Smokey and the Bandit and its two sequels. He wrote for a number of performers such as Red Skelton, Phyllis Diller and Johnny...

    First Name Pat
    Last Name McCormick
    Full Name at Birth Arley D. McCormick
    Age 78 (age at death) years
    Birthday 30th June, 1927
    Birthplace Lakewood, Ohio, USA
    Died 29th July, 2005
    Place of Death Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA
    Cause of Death Massive Stroke
    Height 6' 7" (201 cm)
    Build Average
    Hair Color Salt and Pepper
    Zodiac Sign Cancer
    Ethnicity White
    Nationality American
    Occupation Text Actor, Comic
    Occupation Actor
    Claim to Fame The Red Skelton Hour
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