How tall was Henry Gibson?
Henry Gibson was born in Germantown, Pennsylvnia on 21 September 1935. He was a child actor on stage during the 1940s until he appeared in film and tv shows, and he became an intelligence officer in the U.S. during the late 1950s. Airpower. His screen debut came in 1963 when he was cast in the film The Nutty Professor (1963) by Jerry Lewis. In the early 1960s, he made two further brief film roles in Kiss Me, Stupid (1964) and The Outlaws Are Coming (1965), in which he played a very trendy Indian called Charlie Horse. His breakthrough came in 1968, when he was cast as a part of the daily cast of Laugh-In (1967) by Rowan & Martin. He remained with the series until 1971, when he quit and began his character actor career. His possibly best known role in the film was his appearance in Nashville (1975). He played the smart Country and Western singer Haven Hamilton.
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