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William Demarest
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Actor
    (February 27, 1892-December 28, 1983)
    Born in St. Paul, Minnesota
    Birth name was Carl William Demarest
    Portrayed Uncle Charley on My Three Sons (1965-72)
    Appeared in the films 'While the Wife's Away' (1926), 'The Jazz Singer' (1927), 'A Girl in Every Port' (1928), 'Fog Over Frisco' (1934), 'After Office Hours' (1935), 'Diamond Jim' (1935), 'The Great Ziegfeld' (1936), 'Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm' (1938), 'Mr. Smith Goes to Washington' (1939), 'The Lady Eve' (1941), 'The Palm Beach Story' (1942), 'Sullivan's Travels' (1942), 'The Miracle of Morgan's Creek' (1944), 'Hail the Conquering Hero' (1944), 'The Jolson Story' (1946), 'Jolson Sings Again' (1949), 'Here Come the Girls' (1953), 'It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World' (1963), 'Viva Las Vegas' (1964) and 'That Darn Cat' (1965)
    He was typecast in 'gruff but likable' roles.
    He had a career as a pro boxer that he hated to talk about.
    He died on the same day as golfer Jimmy Demaret, which must have caused some confusion among obituary writers.
    He started in vaudeville at age nine in a piano trio with his brothers.
    He was a favorite of director Preston Sturges, appearing in eight of his films.
    He was nominated for an Oscar for 'The Jolson Story.'

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