Paul Lynde Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Paul Lynde

This Biography is about one of the best Comedian Paul Lynde including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Paul Lynde
Real Name Paul Lynde
Profession Actors, Comedians
Nationality American
Personal Life of Paul Lynde
Born on 13 June 1926
Birthday 13th June
Died At Age 55
Sun Sign Gemini
Born in Mount Vernon, Ohio, U.S.
Died on 10 January 1982
Place of death Beverly Hills, California, U.S.
Grouping of People Alcoholics
Family Background of Paul Lynde
Father Hoy Coradon
Mother Sylvia Bell (Doup) Lynde
Siblings Helen Lynde, Cordon Lynde, John Lynde, Richard Lynde, Grace Lynde
Spouse/Partner Martha (Elizabeth Allen)
Children Barbara, Sally
Personal Fact of Paul Lynde

A stellar comedian, a distinctive character actor and a noted voice artist  Paul Lynde is synonymous to all of these and much more. He was one of the most lovable actors of his generation whom the audience longed to watch on the screen. While Bewitched got him a star status by playing the character of Uncle Arthur  both in the television and film version, it was Bye ByeBirdie and the character of Harry MacAfee that actually proved his versatility and talent.

The game show, Hollywood Squares only added more brownie points to the ever flourishing career graph of this abled actor and comedian, as he perfectly played his spot at the centre square. However, the ever rising graph plummeted and reached an all-time low when none of his series seemed to work. To add on to the woes, his flagship program, The Paul LyndeShow failed to strike the right chord with the audience and was disbanded after merely one reason.

If professionally things were turning bad, personally too his life was reaching new rock bottom as he constantly battled with substance abuse, gay issues and alcohol problems. To further know in details about his life and career, read on.

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