History Creator / BillBixby

12th Oct '13 10:47:40 PM nombretomado
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After that series ended, he later acted in the short-lived sitcom ''Goodnight Beantown'' and directed episodes of ''Series/WizardsAndWarriors'' and ''SledgeHammer'' before returning to the Hulk in three TV movies.

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After that series ended, he later acted in the short-lived sitcom ''Goodnight Beantown'' and directed episodes of ''Series/WizardsAndWarriors'' and ''SledgeHammer'' ''Series/SledgeHammer'' before returning to the Hulk in three TV movies.
4th Jan '13 7:23:34 AM PaulA
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He first appeared in ''TheManyLovesOfDobieGillis'' and became a noted character actor in the 1960s. He soon got a lead role in ''MyFavoriteMartian'', which lasted for over 100 episodes before it was cancelled for budgetary reasons.

After a few years and more character appearances while turning down the male lead in ''Series/ThatGirl'', Bixby eventually got the lead in ''TheCourtshipOfEddiesFather'', which got him an Emmy nomination. After that, he starred in the short-lived ''The Magician'' in 1973 before he got the role that would prove to be his greatest.

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He first appeared in ''TheManyLovesOfDobieGillis'' ''Series/TheManyLovesOfDobieGillis'' and became a noted character actor in the 1960s. He soon got a lead role in ''MyFavoriteMartian'', ''Series/MyFavoriteMartian'', which lasted for over 100 episodes before it was cancelled for budgetary reasons.

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After a few years and more character appearances while turning down the male lead in ''Series/ThatGirl'', Bixby eventually got the lead in ''TheCourtshipOfEddiesFather'', ''Series/TheCourtshipOfEddiesFather'', which got him an Emmy nomination. After that, he starred in the short-lived ''The Magician'' in 1973 before he got the role that would prove to be his greatest.
4th Dec '12 4:42:11 PM CorahsUncle
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He first appeared in ''TheManyLovesOfDobieGillis'' and became a noted character actor in the 1960s. He soon got a lead role in ''MyFavoriteMartian'' which lasted for over 100 episode before it was cancelled for budgetary reasons.

After a few years and more character appearances while turning down the male lead in ''ThatGirl'', he eventually got the lead in ''TheCourtshipOfEddiesFather'' which got him an Emmy nomination. After that, he starred in the short lived, ''The Magician'' in 1973 before he got the role that would prove to be his greatest.

That of course was as Dr. David Banner in ''Series/TheIncredibleHulk''. He was initially reluctant to take a "comic book role," but soon came around after reading the script. That role made him a late 1970s/early 1980s pop culture icon who helped define the tragedy and soul of the superhero ever since.

After that series ended, he later acted in the short lived ''Goodnight Beantown'' and directed episodes of ''Series/WizardsAndWarriors'' and ''SledgeHammer'' before returning to the Hulk in three TV movies.

Bill later died of cancer in 1993 at age 59.

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He first appeared in ''TheManyLovesOfDobieGillis'' and became a noted character actor in the 1960s. He soon got a lead role in ''MyFavoriteMartian'' ''MyFavoriteMartian'', which lasted for over 100 episode episodes before it was cancelled for budgetary reasons.

After a few years and more character appearances while turning down the male lead in ''ThatGirl'', he ''Series/ThatGirl'', Bixby eventually got the lead in ''TheCourtshipOfEddiesFather'' ''TheCourtshipOfEddiesFather'', which got him an Emmy nomination. After that, he starred in the short lived, short-lived ''The Magician'' in 1973 before he got the role that would prove to be his greatest.

That That, of course course, was as Dr. David Banner in ''Series/TheIncredibleHulk''. He was initially reluctant to take a "comic book role," role", but soon came around after reading the script. That role made him a late 1970s/early 1980s pop culture icon who helped define the tragedy and soul of the superhero ever since.

After that series ended, he later acted in the short lived short-lived sitcom ''Goodnight Beantown'' and directed episodes of ''Series/WizardsAndWarriors'' and ''SledgeHammer'' before returning to the Hulk in three TV movies.

Bill later Bixby died of cancer in 1993 at age 59.
4th Dec '12 4:28:27 PM MarkLungo
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4th Dec '12 4:26:46 PM MarkLungo
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After that series ended, he later acted int the short lived ''Goodnight Beantown'' and directed episodes of ''Series/WizardsAndWarriors'' and ''SledgeHammer'' before returning to the Hulk in three TV movies.

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After that series ended, he later acted int in the short lived ''Goodnight Beantown'' and directed episodes of ''Series/WizardsAndWarriors'' and ''SledgeHammer'' before returning to the Hulk in three TV movies.
4th Dec '12 4:26:29 PM MarkLungo
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Bill Bixby was one of the mainstay lead actors on American TV for decades.

He first appeared in ''TheManyLovesOfDobieGillis'' and became a noted character actor in the 1960s. He soon got a lead role in ''MyFavoriteMartian'' which lasted for over 100 episode before it was cancelled for budgetary reasons.

After a few years and more character appearances while turning down the male lead in ''ThatGirl'', he eventually got the lead in ''TheCourtshipOfEddiesFather'' which got him an Emmy nomination. After that, he starred in the short lived, ''The Magician'' in 1973 before he got the role that would prove to be his greatest.

That of course was as Dr. David Banner in ''Series/TheIncredibleHulk''. He was initially reluctant to take a "comic book role," but soon came around after reading the script. That role made him a late 1970s/early 1980s pop culture icon who helped define the tragedy and soul of the superhero ever since.

After that series ended, he later acted int the short lived ''Goodnight Beantown'' and directed episodes of ''Series/WizardsAndWarriors'' and ''SledgeHammer'' before returning to the Hulk in three TV movies.

Bill later died of cancer in 1993 at age 59.
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