Liam Dunn

Born Nov 12, 1916
  • Actor
Liam Dunn was an American character actor. The New Jersey native's early career was spent toiling in television in series such as Bonanza, Room 222, Alias Smith and Jones, Mannix, and Gunsmoke. Dunn's breakout role was as the judge in the 1972 film What's Up, Doc?, in which he was noticed by Mel Bro...

Liam Dunn Stats

Nickname

: Liam Dunne

Profession

: Actor

Height

: 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)

Nationality

: United States of America

Date of Birth

: November 12, 1916

Place of Birth

: New Jersey

Date of Death

: April 11, 1976

Place of Death

: Granada Hills

Cause of Death

: Emphysema
Appearances

Liam Dunn Film Roles

  1. Herbie Rides Again
    Doctor
  2. Blazing Saddles
    Rev. Johnson
    Blazing Saddles
  3. The World's Greatest Athlete
    Dr. Winslow
  4. Silent Movie
  5. Young Frankenstein
    Mr. Hilltop
    Young Frankenstein
  6. Emperor of the North
    Emperor of the North
  7. Virginia Hill: Mistress to the Mob
  8. Killer Bees
    Zeb Tucker
  9. Charley and the Angel
    Dr. Sprague
  10. Gus
    Dr. Morgan

Liam Dunn TV Starring Roles

  1. Captain Nice
    Mayor Finney
  2. The Queen & I
  3. Diana

Liam Dunn TV Guest Roles

  1. Don't Give Up the Office
    Gene Dempsey
  2. From Rags to Riches to Rags
    Rockefeller
  3. After the Wedding Bells
    Rev. Nicholson
  4. Funny Boy
    Mr. Walters
  5. Delilah
    Charlie
  6. Above and Beyond ... Nearly
    Amos
  7. The Locket
    Mr. Fairchild
  8. The Man with the Golden Hat
    Ben
  9. No Tomorrow
    Eli Bruder
Liam Dunn