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  1. Winstead Sheffield "Doodles" Weaver (May 11, 1911 – January 16, 1983) was an American character actor, comedian, and musician. Born into a wealthy West Coast family, Weaver began his career in radio. In the late 1930s, he performed on Rudy Vallée's radio programs and Kraft Music Hall. He later joined Spike Jones' City Slickers.

  2. Doodles Weaver (11 de mayo de 1911 – 17 de enero de 1983) fue un actor y comediante radiofónico y televisivo estadounidense. Fue el hermano del ejecutivo de la NBC Pat Weaver y tío de la actriz Sigourney Weaver . Biografía. Inicios y carrera. Su verdadero nombre era Winstead Sheffield Weaver, y nació en Los Ángeles, California.

  3. Doodles Weaver (1912-1983) was an American actor, comedian and prankster who appeared in films, TV shows and radio programs. He was known for his manic comic sports narrations, his horse and auto-race routines, and his role as Fisherman Helping with Rental Boat in The Birds.

  4. 18 de ene. de 1983 · Doodles Weaver, a rubber-faced comedian and musician who helped pioneer improvisational television comedy with his show in 1951, has died of what the police believed were self-inflicted gunshot...

  5. Doodles Weaver was a comedian and actor who performed with Spike Jones and narrated Disney cartoons. He was the uncle of Sigourney Weaver and died by suicide in 1983.

  6. Doodles Weaver (11 de mayo de 1911 – 17 de enero de 1983) fue un actor y comediante radiofónico y televisivo estadounidense. Fue el hermano del ejecutivo de la NBC Pat Weaver y tío de la actriz Sigourney Weaver.

  7. Doodles Weaver (1912-1983) was a versatile performer who appeared in radio, films, and TV shows. He was known for his roles in The Birds, The Nutty Professor, and The Monkees, among others.