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Alan Reed (August 20, 1907 – June 14, 1977) was an American actor, known for being the original voice of Fred Flintstone in The Flintstones, as well as in several derivative series.
Alan Reed’s Biography
His real name was Teddy Bergman , and he was born in New York. He studied journalism at Columbia University, later starting his acting career in the city, finally working in theater on Broadway.
For a while he kept calling himself Bergman or Alan Reed, according to the role to be played (Reed for comedies and Bergman for serious roles). He was able to perform in 22 different dialects, and had a successful career as a radio host and theater actor before beginning work in television and film. In 1964-1965, he worked recurrently in the role of Mr. Swidler in the ABC television series Mickey, starring Mickey Rooney. He also starred in The Tarnished Angels, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Viva Zapata !, Nob Hill, and several other films, as well as a guest-star performance on The Dick Van Dyke Show. His last performance as Fred Flintstone was in a cameo in an episode of Laff-A-Lympics.
His work for the radio includes his roles as Solomon Levy in Abie’s Irish Rose, Falstaff Openshaw in the Fred Allen show broadcast by NBC “Allen’s Alley”, Clancey and other occasional characters in the NBC show Duffy’s Tavern, the head of Chester Riley in The Life of Riley (NBC) and, finally, Pasquale in Life with Luigi (CBS).
Reed died of an acute myocardial infarction in Los Angeles, California, shortly before his 70th birthday. His body was donated for medical research to the University of Loma Linda.
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