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Stuart Pankin

Born: 08 April 1946 (76 years old)
Gender: Male

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Arguably best known for his voicing of the prehistoric patriarch Earl Sinclair on the TV series "Dinosaurs" (1991).

Played Stuf, who had a huge, out-of-control eating habit, on the 70s TV show "The San Pedro Beach Bums" (1977).

Heavyset comic actor whose supporting roles generally had him playing the clown or buffoon, usually adding to the fun in parodies (Love at Stake (1988) and Silenzio dei prosciutti (1994) and other nonsensical fare on film and TV.






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House of Zwide Teasers - June 2022

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New on TV today: Thursday 19 May

BBC Lifestyle goes Inside Beverly Hills and Project Runway minces back to eReality.


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Heads-up! In person auditions begin in Cape Town this Friday 20 May.


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Season premiere! A knock on the door leaves Annelize speechless.

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