Jerry Mathers Overview:

Actor, Jerry Mathers, was born Gerald P. Mathers on Jun 2, 1948 in Sioux City, IA. As of December 2023, Jerry Mathers was 75 years old.



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By Rick29 on Feb 11, 2019 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

Young . Born on June 2, 1948 in Sioux City, Iowa, ' acting career began at the age of two when he appeared in a Pet Condensed Milk commercial with Ed Wynn on The Colgate Comedy Hour. He graduated to film roles later in the 1950s, acting alongside Bob Hope, Shirley MacLaine... Read full article

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Jerry Mathers Quotes:

Sam Marlowe: Didn't know you had such a pretty mother, Arnie.
Arnie: You think she's pretty, you should see my slingshot.

Sam Marlowe: Perharps I'll come back tomorrow.
Arnie: When's that?
Sam Marlowe: The day after today.
Arnie: That's yesterday. Today's tomorrow.
Sam Marlowe: It was.
Arnie: When was tomorrow yesterday?
Sam Marlowe: Today.
Arnie: Oh, sure. Yesterday.

Miss Graveley: [Arnie puts a dead rabbit on the table while the Captain and Miss Graveley are having tea] What do you call him?
Arnie: Dead.
Capt. Wiles: Where did you get him?
Arnie: I found him.
Miss Graveley: Where did you find him?
Arnie: [Looking at the tea table] In the blueberry muffins.

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Older brother of Jimmy Mathers and former child actress Susie Mathers.

Forever embraced as the cute young star of "Leave It to Beaver" (1957), he later toured with his TV brother, Tony Dow, in the 1980s stage productions of "Boeing, Boeing" and "So Long, Stanley".

In the late 1990s, Jerry owned and operated a sideline catering company in Santa Clarita, California. It was called, "Cleaver's Catering" with Jerry using his "Beaver" photo. He was sued by the studio that produced the show. However, the court ruled the studio did not own the image of Jerry's face. Concerning the company name, Jerry proved he also butchered meat for his company using cleavers.

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