Arnold, Danny b. January 23, 1925 d. August 19, 1995 Television Producer, Writer. Two-time Emmy Award winner and the creative mind behind the hit TV series "Barney Miller" (1975 to 1982). His first Emmy was for "My World and Welcome To It" (1969-70) and his second for "Barney Miller" (1981-82). He was also wrote and produced for such shows as "Bewitched" and "That Girl". Mount Sinai Memorial Park, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA Plot: Courts of Heritage, Crypt 29-J
Carey, Ron b. December 11, 1935 d. January 16, 2007 Actor. Diminutive (5'4"), comedic character player. His New Jersey accent and cocky demeanor typed him in parts as urban wiseguys. Carey's best known role was as Officer Carl Levitt in the TV sitcom "Barney Miller", which he played from 1976 to 1982. On the big screen he was memorable in three Mel Brooks films, "Silent Movie" (1976), "High Anxiety" (1977), and "History of the World: Part I" (1981). His other feature credits include "The Out of Towners" (1970), "Who Killed Mary What's 'Er Name?"...[Read More] (Bio by: Robert Edwards) Cause of death: Stroke Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Gregory, James b. December 23, 1911 d. September 16, 2002 Actor. He appeared in motion pictures and on television, most notably playing 'Inspector Luger' on the popular 1970s and 1980s television series "Barney Miller." In films he is best remembered for playing the "Gorilla General' in the original "Planet of the Apes Movie" motion picture. (Bio by: A.J. Marik) Sedona Community Cemetery, Sedona, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
Landesberg, Steve b. November 23, 1936 d. December 20, 2010 Actor, Comedian. Best remembered as Arthur P. Dietrich, the intellectual, unflappably deadpan detective from the long-running 1970s television series "Barney Miller". Born and raised in New York City, Landesberg began his career in the late 1960s as a stand-up comedian, alongside comics such as David Brenner and Jimmie Walker. He appeared in commercials and made his first appearance on NBC's "The Tonight Show Starring ...[Read More] (Bio by: katzizkidz) Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Pitlik, Noam b. November 4, 1932 d. February 18, 1999 Prolific character actor. He was also an Emmy, Peabody and Director's Guild of America award winning director of over 200 episodes of TV series such as "Taxi," "Mr. Belvedere," "Barney Miller," "Wings," "Hogan's Heroes" and "One Day At A Time." (Bio by: Angelo Darden) Cause of death: Lung Cancer Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend
Soo (Suzuki), Jack (Goro) b. October 28, 1917 d. January 11, 1979 Actor. Born Goro Suzuki in Oakland, California, he was swept up in the relocation of those of Japanese descent during the Second World War. He was sent to Topaz Relocation Center in Utah where he was a camp favorite serving as entertainer and singer at dances and events. After the end of the war, he changed his name and began a career as a stand up comedian touring the Midwest circuit. In 1958 he made his Broadway debut in Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical, 'Flower Drum Song.' He then appeared...[Read More] (Bio by: Iola) Cause of death: Cancer Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills), Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA Plot: Eternal Love, Lot 3980