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Nationality  American
Occupation  Actor

Name  Dick Kallman
Role  Film actor
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Born  July 7, 1933 (1933-07-07) Brooklyn
Died  February 22, 1980, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States
Movies  Doctor - You've Got to Be Kid, Born to Be Loved, Hell Canyon Outlaws

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Dick Kallman (July 7, 1933 – February 22, 1980) was an American actor.

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Biography

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Kallman was born in Brooklyn in New York City, into wealth. His father, Alvan Kallman, a former barnstorming pilot, was owner of the Savoy-Plaza Hotel in New York City and The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel in New Hampshire, then owner of the St. Johns Hotel in Havana. Kallman's mother, Zara Whitman Kallman, had been a Broadway actress.

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Kallman starred in the title role of the 1965–1966 prime time television sitcom Hank on NBC, and later moved on to stage work with touring companies. He was also a singer and released several albums of pop standards, including Hits & the Misses and Speak Softly, and in conjunction with his TV series, Hank Sings and Dick Kallman Drops In as 'Hank'. He performed one of his songs on an episode of Hullabaloo.

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Kallman played non-recurring roles in TV series such as The Jack Benny Show, Bachelor Father and Medical Center.He also acted in episodes 110 and 111 of Batman, playing "Little Louie Groovy," a takeoff on record producer Phil Spector. Groovy is a victim of a robbery at his apartment by the team of Catwoman and The Joker.

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Kallman had from youth exhibited an appreciation of fine antique furnishings and an acumen for business (in 1966 he formed a music publishing company). By the late 1970s he had retired from show business and was a wealthy antiques and art dealer and living with his partner (Kallman was gay) in Manhattan. They were murdered in 1980 during a robbery of their apartment.



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Dick Kallman Wikipedia