Joey Bishop Show’ star Warren Berlinger dead at the age of 83

The ‘Joey Bishop Show’ star Warren Berlinger found death at the age of 83. The Brookly, New York born actor enjoys significant 6 decades of showbiz career in which he did gave some extraordinary performances.

Daughter of the deceased actor confirmed his death to the Hollywood reporter on Wednesday at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, Valencia, California . The cause of death isn’t revealed yet by the doctor or the family member.


With well more than 100 film and TV appearances, Berlinger is likely most popular for playing Joey Bishop’s child sibling Larry Barnes on the mid 1960s arrangement “The Joey Bishop Show.”

Berlinger was only about 9 years old when he made his Broadway debut in the beloved musical “Annie Get Your Gun”. The last remarkable performance of the deceases actor was “Grace and Frankie” where he played bob in 2010.

In the last part of the 1950s and mid ’60s, Berlinger was one of the most prestigious more youthful Broadway entertainers with featuring runs in the teenager premature birth dramatization “Blue Denim” — for which he got a Theater World honor in 1958. The truly themed “A Roomful of Roses,” which co-featured his future spouse, Betty Lou Keim who died in 2010. Also, came in spot light due to ‘Joey Bishop Show’.

In total the actor did 115 shows and gave an enormous performances in all of them. The star also gave a remarkable performance in Stage Play. Some of them are – A Broadway Musical. Musical. Based on material by William F. Brown. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 21 Dec 1978.

The ‘Joey Bishop Show’ actor was nominated for Top Male New Personality. The fans and industry mourn in the loss of such a brilliant actor and the industry will never be same without the actor’s presence.

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