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Paul Edward Lynde (lɪnd; June 13, 1926 – January 10, 1982) was an American comedian and actor. Wikipedia

Age: 55 (age at death)
Born: 13th June, 1926, Mount Vernon, Ohio, USA
Died: 10th January, 1982, Beverly Hills, California, USA
Height: 5' 11" (180 cm)
Nationality: American
Claim to Fame: Uncle Arthur from Bewitched

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I have this beautiful antique silver wine decanter that I bought at an auction. I always pour wine from that.


Someday I`m going to go onstage in a dress if I want to.

The Villain

The Villain (1979)

The cowboy Handsome Stranger will escort miss Charming Jones to get a large sum of money from her father...

Rabbit Test
'Twas the Night Before Christmas
Hugo the Hippo
Journey Back to Oz

The sign proclaiming Mount Vernon, Ohio, as the birthplace of Paul Lynde was recently changed to read: "Home of Daniel Decatur Emmett, Author of [the song] `Dixie.`"


Holds a unique place in show business history - he actually got to sing on "The Ed Sullivan Show" the song he performed nightly in the Broadway musical "Bye Bye Birdie" about the excitement of appearing on the iconic "Ed Sullivan Show".


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Miss Jupiter - Really cool, and Mr. Lynde was playing a cute rat in "Charlotte's Web"! (4 months ago)
Miss Earth - For a dead man, he is better than Chuck Norris and Justin Bieber. (5 months ago)
Miss Venus - Was he really a Christian man? (1 year ago)
Miss Mercury - Yes, Mouse, I heard about that! (1 year ago)
Mouse - Have Y'all seen "Charlotte's Web". He voiced a squeaking mouse named Templeton. (3 years ago)
libby - wow (3 years ago)
Andrew Cummins - Why in God`s name was Paul found on his death bed with amyl nitrate? What on earth was he doing? He must have been an unbelievably irresponsible man, for such a rare talent in show business, I declare a prediction of lunacy. Despite Paul being of the other persuasion, he was an entertainer, no question about it, what a legacy he leaves, but this amyl nitrate business, well, no wonder the repercussions were so bloody severe. (4 years ago)

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