George DeNormand in an episode of CBS-TV's The Wild Wild West.
|Date of birth:||September 22, 1903|
|Born in:||New York City, New York, u.S.|
|Died:||December 23, 1976(aged 73)|
|Died in:||Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.|
|Appeared on/in:||I Dream of Jeannie|
|Number of |
|"Russian Roulette" in Season 1|
The New York City-born and bred bit actor made a long career out of making many uncredited bit part appearances in many notable films from the 1930's until the 1970's which included appearances in such films as Dick Tracy (1937), on The Gay Amigo and Satan's Cradle (1949), The Iron Sheriff and Band Of Angels (1957) and For Love of Money, Bye Bye Birdie and The Nutty Professor in 1963.
By the 1950's he also began to appeared in uncredited extra and bit roles on the TV series Highway Patrol, The Lucy Show, The Andy Griffith Show, The Untouchables, Bonanza, The Jeffersons and The Wild Wild West.
George was married to Patsy and Wanda Tuchock. He died on December 23, 1976, two days before Christmas Day, in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California