Toothy comic actor Billy DeWolfe entered vaudeville as a musical comedy performer in his teens. Directed by Bob Sweeney. That is, if you thought about such things and most people didn't. With Marlo Thomas, Ted Bessell, Billy De Wolfe, Bonnie Scott. Billy De Wolfe Biography: Billy DeWolfe was a successful character actor, known for his fastidious demeanor and meticulously groomed mustache. Birthday . Actor. Billy De Wolfe William Andrew Jones (February 18, 1907 – March 5, 1974), better known as Billy De Wolfe, was an American character actor. He was a good friend of Doris Day until his death, from the time of their meeting during the filming of Tea for Two (1950), also appearing with Day in Lullaby of Broadway the following year. Resting place: Mount Wollaston Cemetery, Quincy GPS (lat/lon): 42.25755, -70.99756: Years active: 1943–1974: William Andrew Jones (February 18, … Join Facebook to connect with Billy Dewolfe and others you may know. And he chews it to bits."[5]. "Dear Brat.". This vintage ad is not any kind of later reproduction, photocopy or reprint (most ads were published at one time only, and never commercially … Most Popular ★ Boost . Billy De Wolfe. Billy De Wolfe-Anne Triola in Lullaby of Broadway still.JPG 614 × 758; 169 KB Billy DeWolfe Good Morning World 1967.JPG 711 × 923; 155 KB That Girl scene 1969.JPG 727 × 504; 68 KB Payment is due within four days of auction's close. by Anonymous: reply 3: 12/18/2007: You have to ask? Daniel Kaluuya, known for his roles in "Black Mirror" and Get Out, stars in Judas and the Black Messiah. Shipping and handling. Instead, Billy developed an interest in … Billy De Wolfe. He appeared regularly in guest roles on television, including the first two episodes of NBC's The Imogene Coca Show. He went on to tour Europe with a dance team, appearing in a London revue called "Revels in Rhythm"[1] and "danced before royalty on nine continents. Birth Chart of Billy De Wolfe, Astrology Horoscope, Astro, Birthday, Aquarius Horoscope of Celebrity, filmography IMDb.com, Movies IMDb.com. American character actor. Billy De Wolfe 2020 - Biography at Wikipedia (Wiki, Age, Birthday) Billy De Wolfe - actor Billy De Wolfe was born on February 18, 1907 in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States 1907-1974 . Interred in his family's plot marked William A. Jones AKA Billy De Wolfe at the Mt. [8], UPI. Born William Andrew Jones in the Wollaston neighborhood of Quincy, Massachusetts, DeWolfe was the son of a Welsh-born bookbinder … Born: William Andrew Jones (1907-02-18) February 18, 1907. Actor (32) Free to Be... You & Me (TV Movie 1974) The Principal (voice) Love, American Style (TV Series 1973) Mr. Gratz (segment "Love and the Fractured Fibula") (1 episode, 1973) The World's Greatest Athlete (1973) Dean Maxwell The Doris Day Show (TV Series 1970-1973) Willard Jarvis / Billy De Wolfe / Randolph Jarvis (12 episodes, 1970-1973) The Debbie Reynolds Show (TV Series 1970) Delbert … Billy de Wolfe, Mona Freeman. [1], De Wolfe's closeted homosexuality has been discussed by John Gielgud,[6] author David Kaufman,[7] and The Advocate. Billy De Wolfe (February 18, 1907 - March 5, 1974) was an American character actor. Very good condition. Wollaston Cemetery, Quincy MA Although versatile in musical comedy, he is perhaps best remembered for his portrayal of Willard Jarvis, Doris Martin's neighbor on The Doris Day Show (1968). He was active in films from the mid-1940s until his death in 1974. William Andrew Jones (February 18, 1907 – March 5, 1974), better known as Billy De Wolfe, was an American character actor. Toothy comic actor Billy DeWolfe entered vaudeville as a musical comedy performer in his teens. He found work as an usher before becoming a dancer with the Jimmy O'Connor Band. PHOTO FRONT PHOTO BACK. Instead, Billy developed an interest in the theatre. Generations of TV viewers know Billy DeWolfe only by his voice: his is the voice of the inept magician Professor Hinkle in the 1969 Christmas special Frosty the Snowman. Thanks for looking! by Anonymous: reply 2: 12/18/2007: I knew him and he was definitely straight. View the profiles of people named Billy Dewolfe. He was active in films from the mid-1940s until his death in 1974. Onscreen from the early '40s, DeWolfe played occasional comic leads and light supporting roles, using his lisping diction and broad smile for humorous effect; he rarely … Contender for the role of Tony Soprano, but ultimately cast in the HBO television series The Sopranos as Jackie Aprile, Sr. Rispoli reunited with Sopranos co-star … US bidders only, please. The material is at his mercy. by Anonymous: reply 4: 12/18/2007: Absolutely not, and I'll thank you for … William An­drew Jones (Feb­ru­ary 18, 1907 – March 5, 1974), bet­ter known as Billy De Wolfe, was an Amer­i­can char­ac­ter actor. Later that year, he recorded a vocal track for the New York cast album of Free to Be... You and Me, starring Marlo Thomas, reprising the role in the animated ABC Television special filmed a year later. (1957) Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. Wedgecliffe", "Juvenile Delinquent" and "Harriet") in "Ziegfeld Follies of 1957" on Broadway. Born William Andrew Jones in the Wollaston neighborhood of Quincy, Massachusetts, DeWolfe was the son of a Welsh bookbinder who encouraged him to become a Baptist minister. Judy gets stuck at her sisters house and her husband, Leon, is an obstetrician and gets called to deliver a patient's baby, forcing Ann to take … "Ziegfeld Follies" Starring: Beatrice Lillie, Billy De Wolfe, Harold Lang, among others. Natal Astro Chart: Billy De Wolfe (William Andrew Jones) Biography, Wikipedia, Bio, Age, Billy De Wolfe Birthdate (Born * 18 February 1907, United States), actor, birth, birth date, date of birth, birthplace, astrological signs of zodiac, ascendant rising sign, astrology, … In the fourth and fifth seasons, there is no mention of the father, the kids, Myrna, or the Palluccis! Working several nightclub and Broadway revues during the late 1930s and early 1940s, he moved to the West coast with his eye on motion pictures. DeWolfe gave the role his usual fussy diction: "Mess-y, mess-y, mess-y! Onscreen from the early '40s, DeWolfe played occasional comic leads and light supporting roles, using his lisping diction and broad smile for humorous effect; he rarely … by Anonymous: reply 10: 12/18/2007: Like pink ink! Billy De Wolfe. 1969 Press Photo Comedian, Actor Billy De Wolfe and co-stars in smiling portrait This is an original press photo. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. William Andrew Jones (February 18, 1907 – March 5, 1974), better known as Billy De Wolfe, was an American character actor. Life . This item will ship to United States, but the seller has not specified shipping options. Knowing the young man wanted to go into show business, the manager of the theater told Billy that his name, Billy Jones, would not be a good stage name. It's the performer who did such a good job playing men who were probably gay that you assumed the actor himself was probably gay. Topic. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Billy De Wolfe. Billy De Wolfe Was he gay? Bus-y, bus-y, bus-y!". Photo is dated 6-8-1951. American character actor. In 1967–68 (one season, 26 episodes), he co-starred with Joby Baker and Ronnie Schell in the TV sitcom Good Morning World as Roland Hutton, the fussy manager at a radio station where David Lewis and Larry Clarke (Baker and Schell) are co-hosts.