Job Actor, television host, television producer, singer, president of the Screen Actors Guild
Top Roles Barry the paperboy, Steve Powell, Fella at Age 11, Nick Burns / Wilbur Malcome Burns / Theodore Burns / Raphael Sabatini / Dr. Morris Fishbein / Woodrow Burns / Chevrolet Burns / Big Sam Burns / Lefty Burns, 'Skeet' Wilder
Top GenresComedy, Drama, Horror, Musical, Romance, Family
Top TopicsRomance (Drama), New York, Based on Play
Top Collaborators (Director), , , (Producer)
Shares birthday with Jane Fonda, Joe Mantell, Elinor Fair  see more..

Barry Gordon Overview:

Actor, Barry Gordon, was born on Dec 21, 1948 in Brookline, MA. As of December 2023, Barry Gordon was 75 years old.

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Barry Gordon Quotes:

Leo: There's the little guy. I've got a Chuckles statue for you.
Nick: Thank you, Mr. Herman. Imagine how pleased I am to receive it.


Barry the paperboy: [after Jerri Jordan walks by] If that's a girl, then I don't know what my sister is!


Nick: See, lady, he was developing into a bum. I mean, you don't want to see somebody you like developing into a bum and doing nutty things. You know what he does? He hollers. Like, we were on Park Avenue last Sunday, and it's very early in the morning, there's no one in the street, see, just all these big, quiet apartment houses; and he hollers, "Rich people, I want to see you all out on the street for volleyball! Let's snap it up!" And you know, sometimes, if we're in a crowded elevator some place, he'll turn to me and he'll say, "Max, there'll be no more of this self-pity. Now, you're forty; it's time you got used to being a midget!" And everybody stares. He has a wonderful time. What are you gonna do with someone who hollers like that?


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Barry Gordon Facts
Was nominated for Broadway's 1963 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Dramatic) for "A Thousand Clowns."

He sang the song "I'm getting nuttin' for Christmas" a charming Christmas song from the early 50s

Proud sponsor of Camp Will-A-Way, a camp for the mentally and/or physically disabled

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