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Bernie Kuby

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Bernie Kuby
Born September 6, 1923 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Died July 7, 2008 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Sometimes credited as Bernard Kuby
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes



Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Bewitched Waitress 6x13 - You're So Agreeable December 11, 1969
Bewitched Man Watering 6x20 - Super Arthur February 5, 1970
Bewitched Waiter 6x26 - A Chance on Love March 19, 1970
Bewitched Waiter 7x07 - Samantha's Bad Day in Salem November 5, 1970
Columbo Mike Tacker 1x01 - Murder by the Book September 15, 1971
Bewitched Golfer #1 8x14 - Adam, Warlock or Washout? December 29, 1971
Bewitched Waiter 8x17 - Serena's Richcraft January 22, 1972
Bewitched Salesman 8x26 - The Truth, Nothing But the Truth, So Help Me Sam March 25, 1972
All in the Family Buck 3x18 - Class Reunion February 10, 1973
McMillan & Wife Conductor 4x05 - Night Train to L.A. January 19, 1975
Cannon Counterman 5x14 - The Star (1) December 10, 1975
Cannon Counterman 5x15 - The Star (2) December 10, 1975
Little House on the Prairie Conductor 4x02 - Times of Change September 19, 1977
Alice Customer #2 2x04 - Alice by Moonlight October 30, 1977
Laverne & Shirley Judge 4x01 - Festival (1) September 5, 1978
Hart to Hart man 1x13 - A Question of Innocence January 15, 1980
Hart to Hart Leo 2x20 - Blue Chip Murder May 26, 1981
St. Elsewhere 5x04 - Brand New Bag October 15, 1986
Cheers Earl 8x14 - What Is... Cliff Clavin? January 18, 1990
Wings Mr. Lattimer 5x20 - Boys Will Be Girls April 7, 1994
Frasier Priest 2x14 - Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice... February 7, 1995

Awards and Accolades