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Arnold Stang Net Worth

Arnold Stang Net Worth is
$17 Million

Arnold Stang Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

A show-stopping comic for decades, the inimitable Arnold Stang, with the trademark Runyonesque voice and thick, black glasses, started out famously on radio before branching out to include Broadway, films and especially TV. Born on September 28, 1918, in New York City (for decades he himself perpetuated the myth of being born in 1925 in Chelsea, ...
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Full NameArnold Stang
Date Of BirthSeptember 28, 1918
Died2009-12-20
Place Of BirthManhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Height5' 3" (1.6 m)
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack
EducationNew Utrecht High School
NationalityAmerican
SpouseJoAnne Taggart Stang
ChildrenDeborah Stang, David Stang
MoviesHercules in New York, The Man with the Golden Arm, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Dennis the Menace, Skidoo, The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm, Pinocchio in Outer Space, My Sister Eileen, Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats, Hello Down There, Seven Days' Leave, Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical...
TV ShowsTop Cat, Texaco Star Theatre, Yogi's Treasure Hunt, The Pink Panther Show, Misterjaw, Wake, Rattle, and Roll, The Name's the Same, Search for Tomorrow, Mr. Men and Little Miss, The Pink Panther, The New Casper Cartoon Show, Broadside, Henry Morgan's Great Talent Hunt, Something a Little Less Serious...
Star SignLibra
#Trademark
1Voice of Top Cat
2Comedian/character actor, best known for playing nebbish types in films and on TV.
3Thick, horn-rimmed glasses, bow tie, high-pitched New York accent
4"Oooh, chip-chip-chip-chip-chip!" (mocking a too-talkative person)
#Quote
1I look like a frightened chipmunk who's been out in the rain too long.
2For God's sake, don't make me pretty! AS - as spoken to the surgeon following a 1959 car accident that required extensive plastic surgery
3I am usually called in on a guest star basis. I've worked with practically every star in the business, and I've had all the excitement without any of the crushing responsibilities. The applause that comes at the end of his show means only one thing to the star ... that it's time to start worrying about next week's show. But I just take a bow, walk off, wash up, and go home.
4[Remarking on his preference for radio over TV]: Radio allows you to use your imagination. TV dinners describe what TV really is.
#Fact
1Father of David Stang.
2Stang invented and mischievously perpetuated a story that he was born and raised in the Boston suburb of Chelsea. But his wife said he was really raised in Brooklyn. He lived in the Boston suburb of Needham for the past decade, according to the Hollywood Reporter December 22, 2009.
3In the late 1950s and early 1960's he was spokesman for the Chunky Candy Bar and made many Television commercials for that candy bar. His proclamation of "Chunky, what a Chunk o' Chocolate!" was the finish of each commercial and was as well known as any tag-line of its era.
4Was cast in a 1980 Sony radio commercial which won a CLIO award for best commercial of the year in its category.
5Cast member on ABC (later NBC) Radio's "The Henry Morgan Show" (1946-1950).
6Got his start in radio as "Jughead" on the "Archie Andrews" Show, replacing Hal Stone who was in the Army during the Korean War. Arnold appeared simultaneously on "Archie Andrews" and TV's Texaco Star Theatre (1948).

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Courage the Cowardly Dog1999-2001TV SeriesRat / Monk / Additional Characters
Garfield and Friends1994TV SeriesIrwin the Mouse
The Cosby Mysteries1994TV SeriesHomeless Guy
Captain Planet and the Planeteers1994TV SeriesAssistant Director
Dennis the Menace1993Photographer
Clippers1991TV ShortLeonard
Wake, Rattle & Roll1990TV SeriesTop Cat (1990) (voice)
Ghost Dad1990Mr. Cohen, elderly patient
Mathnet1990TV SeriesPop Bespectakled
The Cosby Show1989TV SeriesMan in Waiting Room
Yogi's Treasure Hunt1985-1988TV SeriesTop Cat
Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats1988TV MovieTop Cat (voice)
Norman's Corner1987TV MovieHarv
Lyle, Lyle Crocodile: The Musical - The House on East 88th Street1987TV MovieBird (voice)
Tales from the Darkside1987TV SeriesTapok
CBS Library1983TV Series
No Man's Valley1981TV ShortFred Firmwing (voice)
I Go Pogo1980Churchy LaFemme (voice)
Flying High1978TV SeriesReverend
To Catch a Halibut1978ShortCatfish
The Fourth King1977TV ShortThe Turtle (voice)
Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure1977Queasy (voice)
Mama1976ShortCatfish (voice)
Sweat Hog Shark1976ShortCatfish (voice)
Chico and the Man1976TV SeriesGus - Delivery Man
The Bureau1976TV MovieAgent Charlies Sunglasses
Wait Till Your Father Gets Home1974TV SeriesSam
The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie1973TV Series
Emergency!1972-1973TV SeriesDick / Arthur Merkl
Ozzie's Girls1973TV SeriesHappy
Marco Polo Jr.1972The Delicate Dinosaur (voice)
Hercules in New York1970Pretzie
The Pink Panther Show1969TV SeriesCatfish (voice)
Hello Down There1969Jonah
Skidoo1968Harry
The Jonathan Winters Show1967-1968TV SeriesRegular Performer
Batman1968TV SeriesGun Shop Owner
Pinocchio in Outer Space1965Nurtle the Turtle (voice)
Second Fiddle to a Steel Guitar1965Jubal A. Bristol
Broadside1965TV SeriesStanley Stubbs
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World1963Ray
The Dick Powell Theatre1963TV SeriesDonald Joe
Slippery Slippers1962Short voice
The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm1962Rumpelstiltskin
Top Cat1961-1962TV SeriesTop Cat
Kooky Loopy1961ShortWolf (voice)
Bonanza1961TV SeriesJake 'the Weasel'
Wagon Train1961TV SeriesAh Chong
Dondi1961Peewee
Saiyûki1960Lulipopo (English version, voice)
Matty's Funnies with Beany and Cecil1959TV SeriesHerman / Additional Voices (voice)
Fun on Furlough1959ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Owly to Bed1959ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
You Said a Mouseful1958ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Playhouse 901957-1958TV SeriesAllencamp / Frankie
Frighty Cat1958ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
One Funny Knight1957ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
'From Mad to Worse'1957ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Sky Scrappers1957ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
The Red Skelton Hour1957TV SeriesSnorkel
Cat in the Act1957ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Hide and Peak1956ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
December Bride1956TV SeriesMarvin
Producers' Showcase1956TV SeriesMr. Fum
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show1956TV SeriesMr. Fum, the Little Giant
Washington Square1956TV SeriesArnold A. Turtle
Mousetro Herman1956ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Will Do Mousework1956ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Texaco Star Theatre1953-1956TV SeriesFrancis
The Ford Television Theatre1956TV SeriesMelvin Marks
Mouseum1956ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
The Man with the Golden Arm1955Sparrow
Mousieur Herman1955ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Mouse Trapeze1955ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Bicep Built for Two1955ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Robin Rodenthood1955ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Ship A-Hooey1954ShortCaptain Herman (voice, uncredited)
Of Mice and Menace1954ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Surf and Sound1954ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Northwest Mousie1953ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Robert Montgomery Presents1953TV Series
Drinks on the Mouse1953ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Herman the Catoonist1953ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Hollywood Opening Night1953TV Series
Of Mice and Magic1953ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Doc Corkle1952TV Series
Mice-capades1952ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Cat Carson Rides Again1952ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
The Billy Bean Show1951TV SeriesBilly Bean
Cat Tamale1951ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Captain Video and His Video Rangers1951TV SeriesClumsy McGee
Search for Tomorrow1951TV SeriesN.O. Poindexter (1986)
Two Gals and a Guy1951Bernard
Land of Lost Watches1951ShortTurtle (voice, uncredited)
Mice Paradise1951ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
All Star Revue1951TV SeriesGuest Actor
Mice Meeting You1950ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Voice of the Turkey1950ShortTurkey (voice, uncredited)
Saved by the Bell1950ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Starlight Theatre1950TV SeriesMilton Ditwiler
Expectant Father1950ShortThe Expectant Father
Campus Capers1949ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
The Goldbergs1949TV SeriesSeymour (1954-1955)
So This Is New York1948Western Union Clerk
Naughty But Mice1947ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Much Ado About Mutton1947ShortBlackie (voice, uncredited)
Musica-Lulu1947ShortTubby (voice)
The Goal Rush1946ShortBenched Cat (uncredited)
Sheep Shape1946ShortBlackie (voice, uncredited)
Bored of Education1946ShortTubby (voice, uncredited)
Cheese Burglar1946ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Laughter in Paris1946TV Movie
A Lamb in a Jam1945ShortBlackie (voice, uncredited)
Beau Ties1945ShortFatso (voice, uncredited)
Scrappily Married1945ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
Let's Go Steady1945Chet Carson
Moving Aweigh1944ShortShorty (voice, uncredited)
I'm Just Curious1944ShortHawk (voice, uncredited)
Henpecked Rooster1944ShortHerman (voice, uncredited)
No Mutton fer Nuttin'1943ShortBlackie (voice, uncredited)
They Got Me Covered1943Drugstore Boy (uncredited)
Seven Days' Leave1942Bitsy Slater
My Sister Eileen1942Jimmy (uncredited)

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure1977performer: "You're My Friend"
Seven Days' Leave1942performer: "Please Won't You Leave My Girl Alone" 1942

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Cool Cats in Interview Alley2004Video shortHimself
Reading Rainbow1986-1995TV SeriesHimself
Something a Little Less Serious: A Tribute to 'It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World'1991TV Movie documentaryHimself / Ray
Blue Peter1986TV SeriesHimself
A Museum of Broadcasting Tribute: Milton Berle - Mr. Television1985TV Movie documentary
The Mike Douglas Show1963-1970TV SeriesHimself - Comedian / Himself - Comic
How's Your Mother-in-Law?1968TV SeriesHimself
Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine1966TV SeriesHimself - Guest Comic
ABC's Nightlife1965TV SeriesHimself
That Regis Philbin Show1965TV SeriesHimself
You Don't Say1963TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1962TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Here's Hollywood1960TV SeriesHimself
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1960TV SeriesHimself
I've Got a Secret1955-1959TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Ed Sullivan Show1958-1959TV SeriesHimself - Comedian
The Patrice Munsel Show1958TV SeriesHimself
The Arthur Murray Party1951-1957TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Comedian
The Vic Damone Show1957TV SeriesHimself
What's My Line?1955-1956TV SeriesHimself - Panelist / Himself - Mystery Guest
Washington Square1956TV SeriesHimself
The Esther Williams Aqua Spectacle1956TV MovieHimself
Texaco Star Theatre1950-1956TV SeriesHimself - Comic Actor / Himself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1955TV SeriesHimself
The Name's the Same1954TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
The Colgate Comedy Hour1953TV SeriesHimself - Sketch Actor
The Faye Emerson Show1951TV SeriesHimself
The Star-Spangled Revue1950TV MovieHimself
School House1949TV SeriesHimself - Student / Sketch Actor

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2010TV SpecialHimself - In Memoriam
The Buick Berle Show, 19541995VideoFrancis
Preminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker1991Documentaryactor 'The Man with the Golden Arm' (uncredited)
Biography1987TV Series documentaryHimself
Katnip's Big Day1959ShortHerman (uncredited)

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2005Winsor McCay AwardAnnie Awards

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