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Stuart Pankin

Born: 08 April 1946 (74 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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New on TV today: Sunday 27 September

Wildlife series Dynasties starts on SABC3 and two Battle of Britain docs air on HISTORY.


4th Royalty Soapie Awards - all the winners

Top wins were split between Gomora and The River, with Binnelanders taking Outstanding Soapie.


New on TV today: Saturday 26 September

The 4th Royalty Soapie Awards air live on SABC1 and true story American Soul plays out on SABC2.


A Perfect Lie Teasers - October 2020

Back! A Perfect Lie makes it through the COVID storm to return to Star Life with new episodes and warm-up repeats.


Die Presidentsvrou Teasers - October 2020

Leonardo asks Paloma to marry but she's reluctant.


The Inseparables Teasers - October 2020

Finale alert! The unborn child is threatened but everyone comes to their senses.


New on TV today: Friday 25 September

Nasty C is a Zulu Man in Japan on Netflix and a new season of Lost Gold of WWII starts on HISTORY.


New on TV today: Thursday 24 September

There's a World on Fire on M-Net and another Race Across the World on BBC Earth.


Idols 16: Top 16 girls' song choices

Oh girls just wanna have fun.


Meet the new characters on Arendsvlei's upsized Season 3

See who's coming to town from Monday (28th).

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