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Tim Conway is an Emmy Award-winning actor and comic known for his stints on McHale's Navy and The Carol Burnett Show as well as many other television and film spots.
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From 1975 to 1986, he and Knotts starred in six feature comedy films, including The Prize Fighter (1979), The Private Eyes (1981), and The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again (1979). Conway also wrote the screenplays for several of his movies, including The Prize Fighter, The Billion Dollar Hobo (1978),
and The Longshot (1986). He parlayed his slapstick characterization of "Dorf" into a TV special, and a series of six home videos. In 1996, Conway appeared as an eccentric postal worker in the comedy film Dear God, co-starring Greg Kinnear. He also appeared in the 1997 action film, Speed 2: Cruise Control, starring Sandra Bullock.
Conway’s hobbies include woodworking, sewing, and going to horse races. He has six children with his wife, Mary Anne Conway, whom he married in 1961. His son, Timothy Conway, Jr., is an actor who appeared in several of his father's "Dorf" movies.
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