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American actor (1929-2019)

Arte Johnson is ...

Dead
Born 20 Jan 1929 in Benton Harbor
Died 3 Jul 2019 in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Age90 years, 5 months
Causeheart failure
Correction?
Arte Johnson
Arte Johnson
Photo of Lucille Ball and Arte Johnson. Johnson brings his Laugh-In character of "Tyrone F. Horneigh" to "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour". The character was regularly seen on "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" offering a Walnetto (candy) to "Gladys Ormphby" (Ruth Buzzi), who was seated on a park bench. Buzzi's character interpreted this as a pick-up line and her response was to hit Tyrone over the head with her purse.

About Arte Johnson

Arthur Stanton Eric Johnson born on 20 January 1929 in Benton Harbor. He is a citizen of United States of America. Arte Johnson was educated at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. He died on 3 July 2019 in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center from a heart failure at age 90 years, 5 months.

He was an American actor (1929-2019).

Arte Johnson has worked as an actor, television actor, voice actor and screenwriter. He has has won Primetime Emmy Award.

He is also known as Arthur Stanton Eric Johnson and Arthur Johnson.

Television

Arte Johnson has worked on the following shows:

Lost in Space
television series
Animaniacs
American animated television series
1993
Walt Disney anthology television series
anthology television series
DuckTales
American animated television series
1987
Hollywood Squares
Hotel
American 1980s drama television series
1983
Murder, She Wrote
American television series
1984
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
The Twilight Zone
original American TV anthology series from 1959 to 1964
Bewitched
American sitcom
1964
Tattletales
game show from the United States
1974
I Dream of Jeannie
television series
Airwolf
1984
The Andy Griffith Show
American sitcom from the 1960s
The Smurfs
television series
1981
The Pink Panther Show
animated television series
1964
The Dick Van Dyke Show
television program
The Partridge Family
television series
The Donna Reed Show
American situation comedy
Adventures from the Book of Virtues
The Love Boat
American comedy drama television series
1977
Mad About You
1990s American TV sitcom
The Jack Benny Program
radio-TV comedy series
Snorks
television series
Justice League Unlimited
American animated television series
2004
Kojak
American television series starring Telly Savalas
Fantasy Island
1977 television series
1977
Sally (1957 TV series)
The Further Adventures of SuperTed
Night Court
television program
1984
SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron
1993
The Dean Martin Show
1965
The Red Skelton Show
The Danny Thomas Show
American sitcom
1953
Adam-12
1990 television series
Fantastic Max
US animated television series
Pac-Man
TV series
Fame
1982 TV series
1982
Foofur
Dr. Kildare
The Joey Bishop Show
The Cara Williams Show
television series
1964
The Mike Douglas Show
Yo Yogi!
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo
television series
1985
Night Gallery
television series
1969
Trapper John, M.D.
television series
1979
Broadside
American sitcom
The Merv Griffin Show
The Rookies
television series
1972
The Dukes
Get Christie Love!
television film
1974
The Andy Williams Show
GE True
Celebrity Bowling
A Touch of Grace
The Houndcats
television series
1972
The Flintstone Kids
Storybook Squares
television series
1969
87th Precinct
1961
The Pruitts of Southampton