Richard Denning Overview:

Actor, Richard Denning, was born Louis Albert Heindrich Denninger Jr. on Mar 27, 1914 in Poughkeepsie, NY. Denning died at the age of 84 on Oct 11, 1998 in Escondido, CA and was laid to rest in Maui Veterans Cemetery in Makawao, Maui County, HI.



He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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Kenneth Bradley: I really hope you've found happiness, and if you're ever in need of anything, like someone to love you, don't hesitate to call me.

John Fairbanks: John Fairbanks, All-American Boy. That's me. Good to my parents, kind to animals, love children. Probably make some girl a fine husband.

Teresa Alvarez: Caviar? Aren't you overdoing it a bit, Hank?
Hank Scott: Well, I've got to make an impression on you in 48 hours that'll last for two months. What's the matter, don't you like caviar?
Teresa Alvarez: Oh, I love it, but, I must say, I could never understand why it's so expensive!
Hank Scott: Well, it's a whole year's work for a sturgeon.

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Denning portrayed George Cooper, the husband of Lucille Ball, on CBS Radio's "My Favorite Husband" (1948-1951). The series was such a success that CBS executives offered Ball a TV deal with Denning, but she refused, insisting on husband Desi Arnaz as her TV husband.

After graduating from Woodbury College in Los Angeles, California, he joined his father in the garment business and worked his way up from office boy to vice president.

He had a daughter with his first wife, Evelyn Ankers.

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