, Pollard continued to work in film and television into the 21st century, including his appearance as "Stucky" in the 2003 Rob Zombie-directed cult classic House of 1000 Corpses. After the sitcom ended in 1985, Howland went into semi-retirement. Pollard is survived by daughter he shared with his first wife, the late actress Beth Howland, and a son from his second marriage to Annie Tolstoy, according to … (S 2:Ep 1), Episode: "Third Wheel/Grandmother's Day/Second String Mom" (S 2:Ep 27), Episode: "Youth Takes a Holiday/Don't Leave Home Without It/Prisoner of Love" (S 7:Ep 4).
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4:00 PM PST  In 1962, Pollard appeared in the short-lived Robert Young comedy/drama series Window on Main Street in the episode "The Boy Who Got Too Many Laughs".  His parents were both of Polish descent. , Howland originated the role of Amy in the original Broadway cast of Stephen Sondheim's Company, in which she introduced the patter song "Getting Married Today". , In 1970, Pollard had a starring role as Little Fauss in the cult motorcycle racing movie, Little Fauss and Big Halsy with Robert Redford, Noah Beery Jr., Lucille Benson, and Lauren Hutton.. Pollard attended Montclair Academy (now Montclair Kimberley Academy) and Act…  Later that year, he was once again singled out for praise in Carl Reiner's autobiographical comedy Enter Laughing; noted film critic Roger Ebert wrote: Michael J. Pollard, an unknown before his fascinating entry in Bonnie and Clyde, brings his squint and grin to the part of Marvin, our hero's buddy, and steals every scene. Pollard was born in Passaic, New Jersey, and raised in the nearby North Jersey communities of Garfield and Clifton. , In 1974, he played the role of a young man dying of cancer, in the season one opening episode, "The Time of His Life", of the trucking TV series Movin' On. Watch one of Pollard’s scenes below in 1967’s Bonnie and Clyde. INSP (171), Fri, Nov 06 She died on December 31, 2015 in … Beth Howland was born on May 28, 1939 in Brighton, Massachusetts, USA. She was an actress, known for Alice (1976), The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970) and American Playhouse (1980). Made-for-TV-Movie directed by Robert Michael Lewis. Michael J. Pollard is survived by his daughter, Holly Pollack. , Howland can be seen dancing and singing in the chorus of the movie Li'l Abner (1959) as Clem's wife, alongside future television star Valerie Harper. Michael John Pollard (May 30, 1939 – November 20, 2019) was an American character actor and comedian, mainly known for his supporting role as C.W. At the age of 16, she left home and followed a dancer friend to New York City. Episode: "For Whom the Phone Rings" (S 1:Ep 14), Episode: "Thinking of You/Mama's Soup Pot/The Letter" (S 1:Ep 17), Episode: "Arthur, Interrupted" (S 1:Ep 8), "Farnsworth's Fling/Three in a Bed/I Remember Helen/Merrill, Melanie & Melanesia/Gopher Farnsworth Smith: Part 1" (S 5:Ep 8), "Farnsworth's Fling/Three in a Bed/I Remember Helen/Merrill, Melanie & Melanesia/Gopher Farnsworth Smith: Part 2" (S 5:Ep 9), "Hits and Missus/Return of Annabelle/Just Plain Folks Medicine/Caught in the Act/The Real Thing/Do Not Disturb/Lulu & Kenny (Country Music Jamboree): Part 1" (S 6:Ep 27), "Hits and Missus/Return of Annabelle/Just Plain Folks Medicine/Caught in the Act/The Real Thing/Do Not Disturb/Lulu & Kenny (Country Music Jamboree): Part 2" (S 6:Ep 28), This page was last edited on 26 September 2020, at 23:10. The pint-sized Michael J. Pollard was born the son of a bar manager of Polish ancestry in Passaic (New Jersey).
In 1987, Pollard played the role of an inquisitive volunteer firefighter, Andy, in the film Roxanne, starring Steve Martin.
 Pollard also starred in 6 episodes of the failed CBS comedy series Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills (1986) with Harvey Korman and Valerie Perrine.. He was the son of Sonia V. (née Dubanowich) and Michael John Pollack, a bar manager.  He had a son, Axel Emmett Pollard, from a second marriage to Annie Tolstoy.. From 1961 to 1969, Michael J.Pollard was married to character actress Beth Howland, with whom he had a daughter. Cherubic, wispy-haired looks made his typecasting as impish or eccentric characters somehow inevitable. That same year Pollard appeared in David Hedison's 16-segment NBC espionage TV series Five Fingers in the episode "The Unknown Town". Pollard was born in Passaic, New Jersey, and raised in the nearby North Jersey communities of Garfield and Clifton. Pollard was twice divorced.