Job Actor
Years active 1945-63
Known for Neighbor Harry Morton on TV's The Burns & Allen Show; Wilbur Post's neighbor, Roger Addison, on TV's Mister Ed
Top Roles G.J. Culverly, James F. Lee, Skipper's Attorney, Head Steward, Winfield Sheehan, Admiral P.P. Spewter
Top GenresDrama, Comedy, Musical, Romance, Biographical, Film Adaptation
Top TopicsWorld War II, Show Business, True Story (based on)
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Shares birthday with Basil Rathbone, Lois Weber, Ben Johnson  see more..

Larry Keating Overview:

Character actor, Larry Keating, was born Lawrence Keating on Jun 13, 1896 in St. Paul, MN. Keating died at the age of 67 on Aug 26, 1963 in Hollywood, CA .

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Keating appeared in over 50 roles including The Mating Season (1951), Monkey Business (1952) and The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964). He was probably best known however from his TV roles as neighbor Harry Morton on The Burns & Allen Show (1953-1958) and The George Burns Show (1958-1959) as well as his role as Wilbur Post's neighbor, Roger Addison, on Mister Ed (1961-1963).

(Source: article by Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub).

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Larry Keating Quotes:

Mr. Paget: It's the first of July, Mrs. McNulty.
Ellen McNulty: Already? Gee, June flied in a hurry. Isn't it?
Mr. Paget: So did May and April. The bank can't wait any longer.


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Keating was an immensely popular component of the "Mister Ed" (1958) chemistry, and his sudden death (during the show's third season) came as an enormous shock to not only the tight ensemble cast but the viewing public as well. His absence started the show's steady decline in popularity, despite good work from replacement Jack Albertson, briefly as his brother-in-law, then from Leon Ames, who played Wilbur's former commanding officer in the Air Force.

Announcer for ABC Radio's "This is Your FBI" (1945-1953).

Larry was an NBC radio announcer in the 1940s.

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