Henry Gibson

Gibson as The Poet on ''[[Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In]]'', 1969 Henry Gibson (born James Bateman, September 21, 1935 – September 14, 2009) was an American actor, singer, and songwriter.

His best-known roles include his time as a cast member of the TV sketch-comedy series ''Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In'' from 1968 to 1971, the voice of Wilbur in the 1973 film ''Charlotte's Web'', his portrayal of country star Haven Hamilton in Robert Altman's 1975 film ''Nashville'', his role as the Illinois Nazi leader in the 1980 film ''The Blues Brothers'', his performance opposite Tom Hanks in 1989's ''The 'Burbs'', a role as a barfly in ''Magnolia'', his role as the family priest in ''Wedding Crashers'', and his recurring role as Judge Clark Brown on ''Boston Legal''. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Gibson, Henry.
Published 1890
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by Gibson, Henry Louis, 1906-
Published 1966
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by Gibson, Henry H 1855-
Published 1913
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by Gibson, Henry William, 1867-
Published 1938
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by Gibson, Henry William, 1867-
Published 1911
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by Gibson, Henry William, 1867-
Published 1916
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by Gibson, Henry H.
Published 1913
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by Gibson, Henry William.
Published 1911
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...Gibson, Henry Louis, 1906-1992. Close-up photography and photomacrography. [1st. combined ed.]....
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