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Sid Fields Sid Fields is an old men with a big record collection. Jerry used to do some volantier work and was assigned to sid, who did not like Jerry at all.
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Real Name: Bill Erwin
Born: 2. December 1914, Honey Grove, California, USA
Spouse: unknown
Biography: He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1935, earning a Bachelors degree in Journalism. He completed a Masters of Theater Arts degree in California at the Pasadena Playhouse in 1941. After serving as a Captain in the Army Air Force in World War II, Bill returned to Hollywood to resume his acting career. His first film role was in 1942 in "You're in the Army Now," with Phil Silvers. A long-time "grape-plucker in the vineyards of Hollywood," Bill Erwin has been active in bi-coastal American theatre for more than half a century--and he intends to keep at it until he gets it right. His awards include an Emmy nomination in 1993 (Guest Star in a Comedy Series - "Seinfeld"), a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award (Outstanding Leading Role - "Old Friends," at the Actors Forum), four Drama-Logue awards, and the Gilmor Brown Award for Career Achievement. He has television credits in both Los Angeles and New York. His honors in 2004 include the Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters' Diamond Circle Award and a Distinguished Alumnus Award from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas. In mid-August, 1998, Bill was on location in Savannah, Georgia, appearing in "Forces of Nature" with Sandra Bullock and Ben Affleck. The film was released in March 1999. Bill appeared as "Eli Hamilton" in the Jean-Claude Van Damme action-adventure film, "Desert Heat," released in September, 1999. Hats off to Bill--who still has plenty of action and adventure in him at 90! The year 2000 marked the 20th Anniversary of the release of the romantic classic, Somewhere in Time. Bill portrayed "Arthur," the Grand Hotel's venerable bellman, co-starring with Jane Seymour and Christopher Reeve. Bill was among the honored guests as INSITE (The International Network of Somewhere in Time Enthusiasts) celebrated the enduring popularity of the film at events in Chicago, Hollywood,(click for photos) and at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan, (where the magic all began). Bill appeared in a one-hour documentary about the making of "Somewhere in Time" which was part of the 20th Anniversary DVD release. Bill returned to Mackinac Island in October 2002 for the annual INSITE gathering, along with first-time attendee, Jane Seymour. He also attended reunions in 2003 and 2004. Bill continues to keep busy professionally. In 2001 and 2002. He appeared in "Stanley's Gig" (with Faye Dunaway and William Sanderson). Several films in which he appears are now in post-production, including "Down and Dirty," and "Cahoots" (with Keith Carradine). "The Crack in the Floor" (with Gary Busey) was released on DVD and video in April 2001. Bill made television appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "The Michael Richards Show," "Just Shoot Me," "West Wing," and "So Little Time." He has several film projects in the works in 2002. In August 2002, Bill attended the first-ever "Twilight Zone" convention (click to see photos) in North Hollywood. (Bill appeared in three episodes of the classic show.) In August 2004, Bill attended the second "Twilight Zone" convention, also held in Hollywood. A writer/actor/and do-gooder, Bill has four children and seven grandchildren. He lives in North Hollywood where he continues to act in movies, television, on the stage and in radio and TV commercials. An avid wordsmith, he is presently at work on a children's book, a compendium of his original aphorisms, and a collection of his humorous cartoons. In July 2004, R. Kent Rasmussen dedicated his book, Mark Twain for Kids: His Life and Times: "To Bill Erwin, the youngest kid I know . . ." Bill's legion of fans and friends heartily attest to his youthful outlook as he celebrates his 91st birthday on December 2, 2005!
Bill Erwin Movies:
Boycott (2001) (TV) .... Loading Dock Man #2 Cahoots (2001) .... Frenchy A Crack in the Floor (2000) .... Harold Down 'n Dirty (2000) .... Janitor Coyote Moon (1999) (V) .... Eli Hamilton ... aka Inferno (UK: TV title) (USA) ... aka Desert Heat (USA) Forces of Nature (1999) .... Murray Chairman of the Board (1998) .... Landers Art House (1998) .... Monty Just Your Luck (1996) (V) .... Pops ... aka Whiskey Down (Australia) (USA: working title) Menno's Mind (1996) .... Mr. Lewis ... aka Power.com (Canada: English title: video title) (USA: video title) Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1995) .... 70 Year Old Man Search and Rescue (1994) (TV) Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994) .... Conductor The Color of Evening (1994) .... Priest Dennis the Menace (1993) .... Edward Little ... aka Dennis (UK) The Webbers (1993) (TV) .... Horace ... aka At Home with the Webbers ... aka Webber's World Unbecoming Age (1992) .... Old Man ... aka The Magic Bubble The Entertainers (1991) (TV) .... Sam Night of the Warrior (1991) .... Coco The Willies (1991) .... Old Man Home Alone (1990) .... Man at Airport The Land Before Time (1988) (voice) .... Grandfather She's Having a Baby (1988) .... Grandfather Silent Assassins (1988) .... Dr. London Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) .... Man on plane On Fire (1987) (TV) .... Joe's father Stewardess School (1986) (as William L. Erwin) .... Orchestra Conductor Generation (1985) (TV) .... John The Bear (1984) .... Alabama Alumni Invitation to Hell (1984) (TV) .... Walt Henderson Hard Knox (1984) (TV) .... Gen. Garfield Henry Hamilton Graduate Ghost (1984) (TV) Ghost Dancing (1983) (TV) .... Joe Greyfeather The Taming of the Shrew (1983) (V) .... Vincentio Drop-Out Father (1982) (TV) .... Grandpa Moonlight (1982) (TV) .... Dr. Tucker The Brady Girls Get Married (1981) (TV) .... Reverend ... aka The Brady Brides Dream On! (1981) Somewhere in Time (1980) .... Arthur Biehl "Struck by Lightning" (1979) TV Series .... Glenn Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo (1977) (TV) .... Mr. Schneider Sixth and Main (1977) Huckleberry Finn (1975) (TV) .... Harvey Wilkes Candy Stripe Nurses (1974) .... Principal ... aka Sweet Candy Hunter (1973) (TV) How Awful About Allan (1970) (TV) (as William Erwin) .... Dr. Ames The Christine Jorgensen Story (1970) .... Pstor Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963) .... Teacher Terror at Black Falls (1962) (as William L. Erwin) .... Hugh 'Squint' Edwards The Cry Baby Killer (1958) .... Mr. Wallace ... aka Cry Baby Killer (USA: poster title) Gun Fever (1958) (uncredited) .... Bartender Jet Pilot (1957) (uncredited) .... Sergeant The Night Runner (1957) (as William L. Erwin) .... McDermott Fight for the Title (1957) (as William L. Erwin) .... Newspaper Man Man from Del Rio (1956) (uncredited) .... Roy Higgens ... aka The Man from Del Rio (USA) Double Dynamite (1951) (uncredited) .... Man ... aka It's Only Money Easy Living (1949) (uncredited) .... Man The Velvet Touch (1948) (as William L. Erwin) .... Howard Forman


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