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Tim Conway
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Birth name
Thomas Daniel Conway
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Spouse
'Charlene Fusco' (1984 - present); One daughter, Jackie.
'Mary Anne Dalton' (1961 - 1978) (divorced); 6 children
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Trivia

First name was changed to Tim to avoid confusion with Tom Conway

Comedienne Rose Marie discovered him and arranged an audition for the Steve Allen show, on which he became a regular.

Has been called "the best second-banana in the business".

He became notorious on the TV series "The Carol Burnett Show" for making the cast members crack up with laughter on stage and during taping while he remained in character. Many of these incidents were left in the tape used for broadcast.

His car's license plate reads "13 WKS", a reference to the fact that all of his solo television projects have been cancelled after 13 weeks.

Father of Tim Conway Jr. and Kelly Conway.

Earned a degree in television and radio from Bowling Green State University.
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Balding, chunky comic actor who originally endeared himself to TV audiences as the bumbling ensign in the 1960s sitcom "McHale's Navy" (which also spawned two feature films, 1964's McHale's Navy and 1965's McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force). Conway toiled in several other series-all flops-before appearing in a string of slapsticky family films, some of them for Disney (often teamed with Don Knotts), among them The World's Greatest Athlete (1973), The Apple Dumpling Gang (1975), Gus (1976), The Billion Dollar Hobo (1978), The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again (1979), The Prize Fighter (1979), and Private Eyes (1980). Paul Bartel directed him in the racetrack comedy The Longshot (1986), his last starring vehicle to date. He's best remembered for his hilarious antics on "The Carol Burnett Show," which earned him three Emmy Awards; he has recently starred in several video productions as Dorf, a comedic dwarf.

Tim Conway stared in:

Title Year Saw with/at: Own On? Rating
McHale's Navy 1964 ** 1/2
The Shaggy D.A. 1975 On Wonderful World of Disney Digital ** 1/2
The Apple Dumpling Gang 1975 Cine 1-4 Digital ***
Gus 1976 Hamden Cinemart? **
Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again 1979 **
Santa Buddies 2009 Suzy and Hanna Digital *