Bob Newhart

January 19, 2011 by Post Team 

Bob Newhart, George Robert Newhart (born September 5, 1929), known professionally as Bob Newhart is an American comedian and actor. Noted for his impassive and slightly stammering delivery, Newhart came to prominence in the 1960s when his stand-up comedy album The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart was a bestseller worldwide and reached # 1 on Billboard in pop music – he remains the 20 best-selling album in history [8]. The monitoring of the album, the pushdown Mind Strikes Again! Has also been a huge success, and held two albums on the Billboard # 1 and # 2 spots simultaneously, a feat unmatched until the 1991 release of Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II by Guns N hard rock band ‘ Roses [6].

Newhart later came into play, with two sitcoms, award winning long-term, first as psychologist Dr. Robert “Bob” Hartley on the 1970s sitcom The Bob Newhart Show, innkeeper Dick Loudon then as the 1980 Newhart sitcom. He also had a third sitcom was short-lived first with success, but it was soon canceled, named Bob. Newhart has also appeared in film roles such as Major Major in Catch-22, and Papa Elf Elf. He provided the voice of Bernard in the Walt Disney animated films The Rescuers and Rescuers Down Under. One of his most recent roles is the head of the library the librarian Judson.

The legendary Bob Newhart took an unexpected role on Tuesday as “NCIS” as Dr. Walter Magnus preceding character David McCallum, Ducky, as chief medical examiner for the service. 81-year Newhart, which we used to see in comic plays, was seen in another light that Magnus, an older doctor who revisits his former workplace to try to quickly refresh his memory failing.

Newhart, who says that Mark Harmon has helped set the tone of the most poignant episode in the first place played a considerable role on “ER” has been nominated for an Emmy for the arc of three episodes in 2003. “” That was the idea of John Wells, “said Newhart TV Guide.” There was nothing in my previous history to suggest that I could carry off, but he felt I could. He was a guy with macular degeneration who worked with his hands and wound up committing suicide. It’s something I could never consider having four children and nine grandchildren and loving life, but I could not understand how this guy got there. In this script, it’s the same thing with a guy who had to give up what he loves. ”

Newhart took the role partly because “NCIS” is his wife, Ginnie favorite show, but he did not need to be convinced many. “If you can choose, why not go with the No. 1 drama on television?” he said.

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