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Daniels met his wife, Bonnie Bartlett, when they were both freshmen at Northwestern University. They married almost immediately after graduation, in June 1951, and have been together ever since, making them one of Hollywood's longest-lasting couples. They made UsefulNotes/EmmyAward history in 1986, winning Best Actor and Best Actress for their work as Mark and Ellen Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere'' and becoming only the second married couple to win acting awards on the same night.

They also played married or romantically involved characters on two other occasions. One was as guest stars on ''Series/TouchedByAnAngel''; the other on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'', where Daniels played main character Mr. Feeny for the entirety of the show's run. Bartlett joined him during season six as recurrer Lila Bolander, Dean of Pennbrook College; their characters married in the season six finale "State of the Unions".

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Daniels met his wife, Bonnie Bartlett, when they were both freshmen at Northwestern University. They married almost immediately after graduation, in June 1951, and have been together ever since, making them one of Hollywood's longest-lasting couples. They made UsefulNotes/EmmyAward history in 1986, winning Best Actor and Best Actress for their work as Mark and Ellen Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere'' and becoming only the second married couple to win acting awards on the same night.

night. They also played married or romantically involved characters on two other occasions. One was as guest stars on ''Series/TouchedByAnAngel''; the other on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'', where Daniels played main character Mr. Feeny for the entirety of the show's run. Bartlett joined him during season six as recurrer Lila Bolander, Dean of Pennbrook College; their characters married in the season six finale "State of the Unions".


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William David Daniels (born March 31, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actor, best known nowadays for playing Mr. Feeny on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.

He also played Dr. Mark Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere'' and provided the voice of KITT in ''Series/KnightRider''. His earliest claim to fame, however, was playing the irascible revolutionary UsefulNotes/JohnAdams in the musical ''[[Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix 1776]]'', first on Broadway and then in the film adaptation.

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William David Daniels (born March 31, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actor, best known nowadays for playing Mr. Feeny on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.

''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''. He also played Dr. Mark Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere'' and provided the voice of KITT in ''Series/KnightRider''. His earliest claim to fame, however, was playing the irascible revolutionary UsefulNotes/JohnAdams in the musical ''[[Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix 1776]]'', first on Broadway and then in the film adaptation.



He met his wife, Bonnie Bartlett, when they were both freshmen at Northwestern University. They married almost immediately after graduation, in June 1951, and have been together ever since, making them one of Hollywood's longest-lasting couples. They made UsefulNotes/EmmyAward history in 1986, winning Best Actor and Best Actress for their work as Mark and Ellen Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere'' and becoming only the second married couple to win acting awards on the same night.

They also played married or romantically involved characters on two other occasions. One was as guest stars on ''Series/TouchedByAnAngel''; the other on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'', where Daniels played main character Mr Feeny for the entirety of the show's run. Bartlett joined him during season six as recurrer Lila Bolander, Dean of Pennbrook College; their characters married in the season six finale "State of the Unions".

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He Daniels met his wife, Bonnie Bartlett, when they were both freshmen at Northwestern University. They married almost immediately after graduation, in June 1951, and have been together ever since, making them one of Hollywood's longest-lasting couples. They made UsefulNotes/EmmyAward history in 1986, winning Best Actor and Best Actress for their work as Mark and Ellen Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere'' and becoming only the second married couple to win acting awards on the same night.

They also played married or romantically involved characters on two other occasions. One was as guest stars on ''Series/TouchedByAnAngel''; the other on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'', where Daniels played main character Mr Mr. Feeny for the entirety of the show's run. Bartlett joined him during season six as recurrer Lila Bolander, Dean of Pennbrook College; their characters married in the season six finale "State of the Unions".


He met his wife, Bonnie Bartlett, when they were both freshmen at Northwestern University. They married almost immediately after graduation, in June 1951, and have been together ever since, making them one of Hollywood's longest-lasting couples. They made Emmy history in 1986, winning Best Actor and Best Actress for their work as Mark and Ellen Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere'' and becoming only the second married couple to win acting awards on the same night.

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He met his wife, Bonnie Bartlett, when they were both freshmen at Northwestern University. They married almost immediately after graduation, in June 1951, and have been together ever since, making them one of Hollywood's longest-lasting couples. They made Emmy UsefulNotes/EmmyAward history in 1986, winning Best Actor and Best Actress for their work as Mark and Ellen Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere'' and becoming only the second married couple to win acting awards on the same night.

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* ''Literature/TheBlueLagoon'' (1980) as Arthur Lestrange


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* ''Film/{{Benchwarmers}}'' (2006) as KITT (voice)


William David Daniels (born March 31, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actor, best known for playing Mr. Feeny on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.

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William David Daniels (born March 31, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actor, best known nowadays for playing Mr. Feeny on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.


* ''Film/{{Reds}}'' (1981) as Jules Gerber

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* ''Film/{{Reds}}'' ''Film/{{Reds|1981}}'' (1981) as Jules Gerber


William David Daniels (born March 31, 1927) is an American actor, best known for playing Mr. Feeny on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.

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William David Daniels (born March 31, 1927) 1927 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actor, best known for playing Mr. Feeny on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.


* {{Typecasting}}: For much of his career, he was the go-to actor if you needed an uptight [[WhiteAngloSaxonProtestant WASP]].

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* {{Typecasting}}: For much of his career, he was the go-to actor if you needed an uptight [[WhiteAngloSaxonProtestant WASP]].WASP]], particularly a Yankee.


They also played married or romantically involved characters on two other occasions. One was as guest stars on ''Series/TouchedByAnAngel''; the other on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'', where Daniels played main character Mr Feeny for the entirety of the show's run. Bartlett joined him during season six as recurrer Lila Bolander, Dean of Pennbrook College; their characters married in the season six finale.

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They also played married or romantically involved characters on two other occasions. One was as guest stars on ''Series/TouchedByAnAngel''; the other on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'', where Daniels played main character Mr Feeny for the entirety of the show's run. Bartlett joined him during season six as recurrer Lila Bolander, Dean of Pennbrook College; their characters married in the season six finale.
finale "State of the Unions".



* ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' (1993-2000) as Mr. Feeny

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* ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' (1993-2000) as Mr. George Feeny




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* ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' (2014-2017) as Mr. George Feeny


* ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' (1993-2000) as George Feeney

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* ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' (1993-2000) as George FeeneyMr. Feeny


* ''Film/AThousandClowns'' (1965)
* ''Series/CaptainNice'' (1967)
* ''Film/ThePresidentsAnalyst'' (1967)
* ''Film/TwoForTheRoad'' (1967)
* ''Film/TheGraduate'' (1967)
* ''Film/{{Marlowe}}'' (1969)
* ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'' (1972)
* ''Film/TheParallaxView'' (1974)
* ''Film/BlackSunday'' (1977)
* ''Film/OhGod'' (1977)
* ''Film/{{Reds}}'' (1981)
* ''Series/KnightRider'' (1982-86) (voice)
* ''Series/StElsewhere'' (1982-88)
* ''Film/BlindDate'' (1987)
* ''Film/HerAlibi'' (1989)
* ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' (1993-2000)
* ''Film/BladesOfGlory'' (2008)

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* ''Film/AThousandClowns'' (1965)
(1965) as Albert Amundson
* ''Series/CaptainNice'' (1967)
(1967) as Carter Nash/Captain Nice
* ''Film/ThePresidentsAnalyst'' (1967)
(1967) as Wynn Quantrill
* ''Film/TwoForTheRoad'' (1967)
(1967) as Howard Manchester
* ''Film/TheGraduate'' (1967)
(1967) as Mr. Braddock
* ''Film/{{Marlowe}}'' (1969)
(1969) as Mr. Crowell
* ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'' (1972)
(1972) as UsefulNotes/JohnAdams
* ''Film/TheParallaxView'' (1974)
(1974) as Austin Tucker
* ''Film/BlackSunday'' (1977)
(1977) as Harold Pugh
* ''Film/OhGod'' (1977)
(1977) as George Summers
* ''Film/{{Reds}}'' (1981)
(1981) as Jules Gerber
* ''Series/KnightRider'' (1982-86) as KITT (voice)
* ''Series/StElsewhere'' (1982-88)
(1982-88) as Dr. Mark Craig
* ''Film/BlindDate'' (1987)
(1987) as Judge Harold Bedford
* ''Film/HerAlibi'' (1989)
(1989) as Sam
* ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' (1993-2000)
(1993-2000) as George Feeney
* ''Film/BladesOfGlory'' (2008)
(2007) as Commissioner Ebbers


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William David Daniels (born March 31, 1927) is an American actor, best known for playing ''[[Series/BoyMeetsWorld Mr. Feeny.]]''

He also played KITT in ''Series/KnightRider'' and Dr. Mark Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere''. His earliest claim to fame, however, was playing the irascible revolutionary UsefulNotes/JohnAdams in the musical ''[[Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix 1776]]'', first on Broadway and then in the film adaptation.

Is easily recognized by his distinctive voice and no-nonsense personality, no matter what character he may be portraying.

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William David Daniels (born March 31, 1927) is an American actor, best known for playing ''[[Series/BoyMeetsWorld Mr. Feeny.]]''

Feeny on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.

He also played KITT in ''Series/KnightRider'' and Dr. Mark Craig on ''Series/StElsewhere''.''Series/StElsewhere'' and provided the voice of KITT in ''Series/KnightRider''. His earliest claim to fame, however, was playing the irascible revolutionary UsefulNotes/JohnAdams in the musical ''[[Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix 1776]]'', first on Broadway and then in the film adaptation.

Is He is easily recognized by his distinctive voice and no-nonsense personality, no matter what character he may be portraying.


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* ''Film/TheParallaxView'' (1974)
* ''Film/BlackSunday'' (1977)
* ''Film/OhGod'' (1977)
* ''Film/{{Reds}}'' (1981)



* ''Film/BlindDate'' (1987)
* ''Film/HerAlibi'' (1989)




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