Dub Taylor Overview:

Actor, Dub Taylor, was born Walter Clarence Taylor II on Feb 26, 1907 in Richmond, VA. Taylor died at the age of 87 on Oct 3, 1994 in Los Angeles, CA .

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Teet Howie: [after Alison Post comes breezing through in a sport convertable] There goes Little Miss Wildcat, home from school.


Lou Trinidad: Civilization is a wonderful thing, ain't it, Doc?
Doc Adams: If they ever got it started it might work.


Fred: Life is just a bowl of cherries
Tony Manetta: Why
Fred: I don't know. I ain't a philosopher!


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Dub Taylor Facts
Dub was on Johnny Carson one night. He played the Xylophone using 3 mallets in each hand. It was a phenomenal performance.

His family moved to Augusta, Georgia when he was five.

His life was chronicled in 2007 in a feature length documentary, "That Guy: The Legacy of Dub Taylor," directed by Mark Ezra Stokes and produced by James Kicklighter.

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