Bill Macy Bio – Bill Macy Wiki
Bill Macy born Wolf Martin Garber, was an American actor. Macy played Walter Findlay, the long-suffering husband of the title character on the 1970s television situation comedy Maude, starring Beatrice Arthur.
Macy made more than 70 appearances on film and television. He appeared as the Jury foreman in The Producers in 1967. Other memorable roles include the co-inventor of the ‘Opti-grab’ in the 1979 Steve Martin comedy The Jerk, and as the head television writer in My Favorite Year (1982).
His other film credits include roles in Death at Love House (1976), The Late Show (1977), Serial (1980), Movers & Shakers (1985), Bad Medicine (1985), Tales from the Darkside (1986), Sibling Rivalry (1990), The Doctor (1991), Me, Myself and I (1992), Analyze This (1999), Surviving Christmas (2004), The Holiday (2006), and Mr. Woodcock (2007).
In 1986, Macy was a guest on the fourth episode of L.A. Law, playing an older man whose young wife wants a music career. Macy appeared in the popular television movie Perry Mason and The Case Of The Murdered Madame (1987) as banker Richard Wilson.
He appeared occasionally on Seinfeld as one of the residents of the Florida retirement community where Jerry Seinfeld’s parents lived. Macy portrayed a demon in a guest appearance on Millennium. Macy made a guest appearance as a patient on Chicago Hope, and as an aging gambler on the series Las Vegas.
Bill Macy Age
He was born on May 18, 1922 in Revere, Massachusetts, United States. He died on October 17, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. He was 97 years old.
Bill Macy Family
He was the son of Mollie and Michael Garber, a manufacturer.
Bill Macy Wife
Macy had been married to his wife Samantha Harper from 1975 until his death in October 2019. He was previously married to Judith Janus.
Bill Macy Death
Macy died on October 17, 2019 at the age of 97. “My buddy Bill Macy passed away at 7:13pm tonight. He was a spitfire right up to the end,” producer and manager Matt Beckoff wrote on Facebook. “What an honor to book him for Gilbert Gottfried II Frank Santopadre and Dara Kravitz Gottfried podcast. It really was the cherry on top. He LOVED being on that show.”
Bill Macy Cause of Death
Bill Macy’s cause of death was not revealed.