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John Byner Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jun 28, 1938
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Short-statured, pokerfaced nightclub comic John Byner rose to fame during the 1966 edition of TV's The Garry Moore Show. Byner went on to join the supporting ensemble on the 1967 summer-replacement weekly The Steve Allen Comedy Hour, and five years later headlined his own five-week summer series. He has appeared as a regular on the TV sitcoms The Practice (1976) and [[Feature~V175353~Soap~soap[tvseries]]] (1977), and can be spotted in such lampoonish theatrical films as [[Feature~V50806~Transylvania 6-5000~transylvania65000]] (1985). An accomplished impressionist -- he provided the voice for the [[Performer~P46232~Jackie Mason-ish~jackiemason]] aardvark in DePatie-[[Performer~P25001~Freleng~frizfreleng]]'s Ant and the Aardvark cartoon shorts -- one of Byner's most enduring routines concerns a bad impressionist, whose concept of [[Performer~P8313~Walter Brennan~walterbrennan]] consists of kicking the left leg in the air and screeching "Luke, the barn! Luke, the barn!" A Las Vegas headliner into the 1990s, John Byner's TV contributions have included a stint as host of a series of Bowery Boys films on the A&E cable network. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi