[Biography & Filmography is in chronological order]

Birth name - Wolf Marvin Garber
Born
- May 18, 1922, in Revere, Massachusetts.
"Oh Calcutta!" -
started his acting career on Broadway in "Oh Calcutta!"
"The Producers" - in 1968, starred in Mel Brooks' "The Producers" but was uncredited.
"All In The Family" / "Maude" Pilot -
appeared on "All In The Family" on March 11, 1971, in the episode "Maude," as Maude Findlay's, fourth husband Walter. The episode was a spin-off, and a pilot for "Maude."
"Maude" - starred as Maude's forth husband,
Walter Findlay, on the television series "Maude." The series debuted on the CBS television network on September 12, 1972. After 141 episodes, the series ended after the sixth season on April 22, 1978.
After "Maude" - in 1979, starred on the series, "Hanging In" as Louis Harper. The series was canceled after only four episodes. Has made many television guest appearances.


Marriages
Samantha Harper (1975 - ?)  
? (? - ?) divorced


Filmography
Film & Television Series
As
"The Edge of Night" (1956) TV Series Cab Driver
The Producers (1968) Jury foreman
"Maude" (1972) TV Series Walter Findlay
Oh! Calcutta! (1972)  
All Together Now (1975) TV Movie Charles Drummond
Death at Love House (1976) TV Movie Oscar Payne
Battle of the Network Stars (1976) TV Movie CBS Team Contestant
The Late Show (1977) Charlie Hatter
Diary of a Young Comic (1977) TV Movie  
"Hanging In" (1979) TV Series Louis Harper
The Jerk (1979) Stan Fox
The Fantastic Seven (1979) TV Movie Frank Wallach
Serial (1980) Sam Stone
The Scarlett O'Hara War (1980) TV Movie Myron Selznick
The Day the Bubble Burst (1982) TV Movie Mr. Goldberger
My Favorite Year (1982) Sy Benson
Hotel (1982) TV Movie  
Bad Medicine (1985) Dr. Gerald Marx
Movers and Shakers (1985) Sid Spokane
"Nothing in Common" (1987) TV Series Max Basner
Perry Mason: The Case of the Murdered Madam (1987) TV Movie Richard Wilson
Tickets, Please (1988) TV Movie Sam
Sibling Rivalry (1990) Pat
The Doctor (1991) Dr. Al Cade
Me, Myself and I (1992) Sydney
Columbo: It's All In the Game (1993) TV Movie Ruddick
Analyze This (1999) Dr. Isaac Sobol
Intimate Portrait: Bea Arthur (2003) TV Special Himself


Guest Appearances
Television Series
As
Episode
Aired
"All in the Family" (1971) Uniformed Policeman #31 "Archie Sees A Mugging" January 29, 1972
"All in the Family" (1971) Walter Findlay #37 "Maude" March 11, 1972
"Hotel" (1983)   #1 "Hotel" September 21, 1983
"Oh Madeline" (1983)   #16 "My Mother The Carnal" January 31, 1984
"The Love Boat" (1977) Jack Davidson #199 "Soap Gets in Your Eyes / A Match Made in Heaven / Tugs of the Heart" October 20, 1984
"St. Elsewhere" (1982) Hershel Millstein #53 "Up on the Roof" November 28, 1984
"St. Elsewhere" (1982) Hershel Millstein #54 "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" November 28, 1984
"Riptide" (1984) Chuck Davis #25 "Gams People Play" January 8. 1985
"Tales from the Darkside" (1984) Ben Martin #26 "Lifebomb" October 6, 1985
"Highway to Heaven" (1984) Vinny DeGeralimo #29 "Cindy" October 23, 1985
"Hardcastle and McCormick" (1983) Art Healy #52 "Games People Play" November 11, 1985
"L.A. Law" (1986) Irving Lewis #2 "The House of the Rising Flan" October 10, 1986
"L.A. Law" (1986) Irving Lewis #3 "The Princess and the Weiner King" October 17, 1986
"One Big Family" (1986) Larry #6 "Talent Night" November 1, 1986
"Murder, She Wrote" (1984) Myron Kinkaid #48 "Corned Beef & Carnage" November 2, 1986
"One Big Family" (1986)   #15 "Operation, Collins" January 31, 1987
"Starman" (1986) Naughton Wells #17 "Grifters" March 13, 1987
"The Facts of Life" (1979) Harold #196 "Golden Oldies" January 2, 1988
"Highway to Heaven" (1984) Max #97 "Heaven Nose, Mister Smith" March 30, 1988
"Murder, She Wrote" (1984) Uncle Ben #96 "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue" Janaury 8, 1989
"The Famous Teddy Z" (1989)   #11 "Season's Greetings from Al Floss" December 11, 1989
"Father Dowling Mysteries" (1989) Lt. Ed Morgan #27 "The Showgirl Mystery" October 18, 1990
"Matlock" (1986) Sid Franklin #110 "The Arsonist" February 5, 1991
"Viper" (1994) Jack Surber #9 "Wheels of Fire" February 25, 1994
"Daves World" (1993) Mr. Rothman #27 "Please Won't You Be My Neighbor" October 3, 1994
"Diagnosis Murder" (1993) Eugene McReedy #23 "The Busy Body" October 7, 1994
"NYPD Blue" (1993) Moe Neiberg #39 "Dirty Socks" March 21, 1995
"Can't Hurry Love" (1995) Arthur Peeple #7 "Party Chicks" October 30, 1995
"Hudson Street" (1995) El Gato #10 "Bells & Whistles" November 28, 1995
"Chicago Hope" (1994) Murray Robbins #35 "Three Men and a Lady" January 15, 1996
"Seinfeld" (1990) Herb #124 "The Cadillac" February 8, 1996
"Ned and Stacey" (1995) Jack #23 "You Bet Your Wife" March 18, 1996
"The Home Court" (1995) Karl Geller #18 "Dad" April 13, 1996
"The John Larroquette Show" (1993) Charlie #70 "Intern Writer" May 7, 1996
"Something So Right" (1996) Leo #1 "Pilot" September 17, 1996
"Promised Land" (1996) George Laverne #29 "Mooster's Revenge" October 23, 1997
"Millennium" (1996) Blurk #43 "Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me" May 1, 1998
"Viper" (1996) Marty #58 "Once a Con" September 28, 1998
"Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place" (1998) Mr. Harrison #25 "Two Guys, a Girl and a Christmas Story" December 16, 1998
"Jack & Jill" (1999) Stanley Ashton #2 "The Awful Truth" October 3, 1999
"Norm" (1999) Phil #14 "Norm vs. Death" October 13, 1999
"Jack & Jill" (1999) Stanley Ashton #4 "Welcome to the Working Week" October 17, 1999
"Providence" (1999) Mr. Foley #37 "Taking a Chance on Love" April 28, 2000
"Touched by an Angel" (1994) Walter Titlebaum #151 "Reasonable Doubt" December 3, 2000
"The Lone Gunmen" (2001) Mr. Dimsdale #9 "Diagnosis: Jimmy" April 20, 2001
"My Wife and Kids" (2001) Drive Thru Attendant #26 "Road Trip" January 30, 2002



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