Terry Kiser

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Birth Name: Terry Kiser
Born: 08/01/1939
Birth Place: Omaha, Nebraska, USA

Kiser had accumulated three full decades of credits before that "break". In the 1960s, he worked on such daytime dramas as "The Doctors" and "The Secret Storm" while he studied at the Actors Studio, often appearing in productions of both the Director's Unit and Writer's Unit. He also had a supporting role in Neil Simon's unsuccessful 1974 Broadway comedy "God's Favorite". Kiser also began a lucrative career as a commercial pitchman, earning three Clio Awards.

Kiser's feature debut came with the role of a preacher in Paul Newman's "Rachel, Rachel" (1968), starring Joanne Woodward. Migrating to L.A., he appeared in dozens of TV episodes and in the short-lived series "Rollergirls" (NBC, 1978)... Continue Bio >>

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