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Character actor, Tom Bosley, was born Thomas Edward Bosley on Oct 1, 1927 in Chicago, IL. Bosley died at the age of 83 on Oct 19, 2010 in Rancho Mirage, CA .



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(October 1, 1927 - October 19, 2010).

By Dawn on Oct 19, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Actor , career spanned five decades which included his best known role as the father on popular 1970s TV comedy, Happy Days. Bosley's first film performance was in, Love with the Proper Stranger(1963). Other films include: The World of Henry Orient, Divorce American Style and the made-for-... Read full article

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Tom Bosley Quotes:

Family Doctor: Call my wife, will you, and tell her I'm on my way home?
Family Doctor: And tell her thank you.
Frank Beardsley: For what?
Family Doctor: We don't have any children.

B.A.H. Humbug: [singing] Christmas trees are brightly lighted/ Around the world, the church bells ring/ Big and small, all are invited/ To the birthday party of the King/ Mighty prince and humble peasant/ Each must choose a gift to bring/ Do you have a birthday present/ For the birthday party of the King?/ Once wise men came in His honor/ Bringing frankincense, myrrh, and gold/ But what is gold to a Ruler/ Who has all the stars to hold?/ Do you know what gift will please Him?/ Praise Him more than anything/ Bring a heart that truly loves Him/ To the birthday party of the King/

Howard Beardsley: Is, uh, is this the Beardsleys' new house?
Nancy Beardsley: We've come to deliver the babies.
Family Doctor: Oh, have a heart! Leave them on somebody else's doorstep.

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Trained at the Radio Institute of Chicago and had two years' experience in various dramatic radio programs and stock companies.

Spokesman for SMC (Specialty Merchandise Corporation). Lynda Levine, daughter of SMC founder Abe Levine, is a childhood friend of Amy Baer. Lynda is Exec-VP of SMC.

Bosley was the host of CBS Radio's "General Mills Radio Adventure Theater" in 1977.

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