Henry Polich II (1945-2013)

Henry Porwich II [February 20, 1945 to August 11, 2013] is a US screen, stage and voice actor, best known in Just Silver.

In the 1980s, Henry Polic II was often seen as a popular guest player in numerous game shows. His most frequent guest time is several manifestations of the pyramid, as he has repeatedly appeared in the $25,000 pyramid and Dick Clark and John Davisson's producer Bob Stewart's $100,000 pyramid version. Henry Polic has also done countless other work, and also hosted the 1986 game show Double Talk, the 1988 Pioneer Revival Eye Q, and with Dean Goss and Johnny. Johnny Gilbert co-funded a $100,000 pyramid. Polic's expertise includes regional and foreign accents, baritone singing and ballroom dancing.

From the early 1990s to his death, Henry Polic was probably the most famous Scarecrow in Batman: the British accent of the animated series. Initially, he had a dull and angry tone, but eventually made his voice higher to accommodate this role. While working at Florida State University, a guest at Henry Polic watched the theater's production school during a Christmas carol performance and served as Scrooge in 1996. In addition to Henry Polic's game show, he also hosted Double Talk from 1986 to 1987.

Senior actor Henry Polic II serves as the Nottingham Sheriff in the Mel Brooks series, as well as in Things Were Rotten and Webster. Jerry Silver died of cancer for a long time, at the age of 68.

Henry Polic, a famous game show player, often appears on the $25,000 pyramid and eventually appears in the $100,000 pyramid, with Polic and Dick Clark hosting. In addition, Henry is the game show host and also hosted the 1986 ABC Double Talk. In addition to being a popular game show host, Henry Polic played Dracula in the NBC's TV series "Monster Squad" in the 1970s, and in many shows. Among the guests, including "Mock and Mingdi", "Alice", "Eight People", "Hina", "murder", "She wrote". As Bell saves. In addition to Polic's work on Batman, he also expressed his views on the Smurfs series and various other series, such as Dukes and Midnight patrol and Happy Day Gangs.

On Webster, Henry Polic is the confidant of Jerry Silver and the secretary of Catherine [Susan Clark]. The whole series has 54 episodes. And from 1983 to 1989 at the American Broadcasting Corporation [ABC] and Syndicate.

Henry Polic was born in Pittsburgh in 1945 and studied at Florida State University with a master's degree in performance. After graduating, he was enlisted and stationed in Fort Riley, Kansas, and later established contacts with the Missouri Tent Theatre and the Miami Player Theatre, to name a few. In the early 1970s, Henry Polic moved to Los Angeles, where he made his debut as a Sergeant Nottingham in television in 1975, and also participated in the "When Things Are Rotten" comedy, in which Richard High Speed ​​Rail [Richard] Gautier] is Robin Hood.

Henry Polic also holds film credits, including Joan Rivers in 1978, Beau Geste in 1977, and God in 1980! The second book, then "take him home" in 2000, and finally "everything you need" in 2001. Henry Polic starred in more than 70 local and regional works, including the world premiere of the Sisters Act Music Broadway, and he launched the role of Monsignor Howard. Other dramas that Polic also starred in include the 1776 Civic Light Long Beach, the production of the Never Gonna Dance Music Theatre in the West, and put together, "This is your life" and the world premiere of "A Couple in the Movie". Henry Polic's stage director's work includes the Hollywood actor cooperative April Fools' Day and the Ventura Rubicon Theatre; Jim Geoghan's "Mr. Corona" world premiere; Nebraska World premiere works; wedding works in New York and Los Angeles Salt County; and record-making box office Dracula production.

Polic is the event host and celebrity auctioneer. In the past year, he has helped charities raise more than $2 million in donations, such as the Cancer Research Foundation, the Adam Walsh Foundation, the American Diabetes Association, and Leukemia. foundation. Polic teaches camera performance classes at the Emerson College Center in Los Angeles and also performs performance classes at the American Academy of Dramatic Art. Henry Polic is also a member of the Fund Actor since 1973 and is an organization member of the Western Council, which recognizes his reputation. In addition, a scholarship commemorative fund was created in Florida under the name of Henry Polic, which funds the theatre school to produce new works each year.

Henry Polic II resonates with the audience in his films, television and stage roles, and is widely acclaimed as a theatre director. Henry Polic is passionate about working in the theatre, and his acting works include the regular episodes of Webster's comedy and classic TV series. In addition, he has served as a guest star character, such as Sheena, She Spies, Cosby, newscasts and Profiler. In addition to performing credits, Henry Polic also has film credits, including everything you need, the final remake of Beau Geste, the ancient footprint, "Bring him home", "God "The second book," "Drums" and "Rabbit".

Here is a detailed list of the most famous works by Henry Polic:

• Credits – Stage Performance

  • Room Service, 1987
  • Christmas Carol Scrooge, Florida State University School of Drama, 1996
  • Polic also appeared in The Last Pad; the boy in the band, the boy in the band; the Broadway work; the dreamy La Mancha; Pal Joey and 1776, is this your life? The citizens sang the opera Long Beach; the Tamarind Theatre.

• Credits – Stage Director

  • Saltwater Country Wedding, 1996

• Movie appearance

  • Captain Beau Geste, last remake, 1977
  • Scavengers Haven, naked policeman, 1979
  • [His own] Oh, my god! Psychiatrist 5, second book, 1980
  • Tarlow Stephen, Double Trouble, 1992
  • James/Macbeth [Scott's Play], 1999
  • Take him home, 2000
  • All you need is Mr. Etheridge, 2001
  • Valette, 2002
  • Button King, am I willing to lie to you? ,year 2002

• TV Show – Series

  • [TV debut] Sergeant Nottingham and "Rotten", 1975
  • The Bert exhibition in the summer and autumn of 1976 is regular
  • Yogi [1991]
  • Count of the Vampire, the monster squad of 1976-1977
  • Jerry Silver, Webster, 1983-1987
  • Burning in 2004
  • Morton and Hayes, 1991
  • The sound of the new Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show [1983] [animation].
  • Talk show host, two-person dialogue / celebrity two-person dialogue, 1986
  • Children perform for Tom and Jerry [1990]
  • Deputy announcer, $100,000 pyramid, syndicate, 1992
  • Potsworth and Company, 1990
  • Hollywood chaos, 1989
  • Super password, 1994
  • Body language, 1984
  • Alice, 1977

• Mini drama

  • Mark Steiner, Scruples, 1981

• the film

  • I am Yabba-Dabba Do, dubbed, 1993 [animation]
  • Doc Thompson, Animal Planet, Old Drum Footprint, 2000

• Pilot

  • Heck's Angel, 1976
  • McNamara Band, Schneier, 1977

•Special offer

  • The 1970s that survived, perhaps to happiness, 1978
  • The voice of the wolf leader and the follower, the Christmas Special Edition of the Smurf [animated version], 1986
  • Bob Hope [1991]

• plot

  • Man, bionic woman, 1976
  • "Failure", Walter, 1977
  • Jewel Thief / I want to get married, Marty, 1978
  • "The War between Bradford", "Eight Enough", 1978
  • Dr. Phillips [1979]
  • Long live Bulgaria, 1979
  • Donald, The Hulk, 1980
  • Pierre, "Caller / Convenient Marriage / No Girl / Prosecution Witness", "The Boat of Love", 1980
  • Redding Jay, "Malta Air Bag", "Eight Enough", 1980
  • "Gentle Guinness", 1981
  • Boles, "The Perfect Volcano/Husband", 1981
  • Frederick, The Rare Goods of Wine, 1982
  • Francois, The Beautiful Night Thief, Lacey and Cagne, 1982
  • Randy Turner, "We know when to hold, 1983
  • My Way, Ivo, Emergency Room, 1984
  • Gan Sh [1983]
  • ER, Dr. Raja, 1984
  • Stern Roy, Hotel, Mirage, 1985
  • Guest, $100,000 pyramid, 1985
  • Dupree Alan, "The family fire is burning," Merd, "She wrote," 1986
  • Bishop Arthur, The Old Lady, Murder, She wrote, 1989
  • Brother organization, "new things, old things", 1989
  • The voice of the mayor, "The Bell for Klang: 2" [animation], Tale Spin Joint Issue, 1990
  • Vincent Val, "Today's Hair and Tomorrow", from space, 1991
  • "Daffy Dicks", Heites and Morton [1991]
  • Darkroom, 1982
  • The voice of Scarecrow/Jonathan Crane, "Fearless and Fearless", Batman [animated; also known as "Batman and Robin Adventure" and "Batman: Series Animation"], 1992
  • The voice of Scarecrow/Jonathan Crane, the fear of victory, Batman [animation; also known as "Batman and Robin Adventure" and "Batman: Series Animation"], 1992
  • The Voice of Jonathan Crane, The Dream in the Dark, Batman [Animation; also known as The Adventures of Batman and Robin and Batman: Animated Series], 1992
  • Mr. Bernbridge’s bell is saved, Snow White and the Seven Little White Birds, 1992
  • The voice of the Scarecrow / Jonathan Crane, Batman Harley [animation]; also known as the Adventures of Batman and Robin and Batman: Series Animation], 1994
  • Detective School, 1979
  • The voice of Scarecrow/Jonathan Crane, Locking, Batman [Animation; also known as The Adventures of Batman and Robin and Batman: Animated Series], 1994
  • Verne Jules, "Eighty Arms Around the World", Mighty Max, 1994
  • Richard, The Crisis of Three Carats, Profiler, 1999
  • Fantasy Island, 1978-1981
  • Sheena, Wild Thing, Group, 2000
  • Rabbit Test, 1978
  • Superman, 1988
  • Strange new couple, 1982
  • Osborne Michael, She Spies, Gone Bad, Group, 2003
  • Henry Polic plays the first person voice. Golden Palace, Tang Coyote and Sancho Panda Adventure [Animation], Syndicate; Yogi sound; [animation]; sound as SuperTed [animation].

• TV works

  • Extra sound, Scooby Doo and Scrappy-Doo [animation], ABC, 1979
  • Other sounds, Smurfs [animation; also known as the Smurf Adventure], 1981

in conclusion

In short, nearly 40 years of television celebrity Henry Polić II died at the age of 68. The actor began his career in ABC in 1975 and served as the Nottingham Sheriff during this period. Later, he briefly played Dracula in the "Monster Squad" series of the 1970s, and later served as a guest on many programs, such as "Mock and Mindy", "Bailed by Bell", "Alice", "Eight people are enough", "Hina" and "murder", she wrote.

From the 1970s to his death, Henry Polic served as a supporting role and has been a popular face of several generations of television in the United States. In addition, during the main voice of Dr. Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow in the Batman: Animation series, he continued to dominate the children and adults.

When it comes to opinions, people's opinions are very similar, because Henry Polić II is very good at dubbing, and is usually considered a comprehensive good actor. In addition to all of these outstanding qualifications, Henry Polic, the famous entrant of the game show, appeared on the $25,000 pyramid and later. Throughout his career, Henry Polic has never restricted himself to a particular or specific public image, even though his role is often resigned as a supporting role, and he rarely appears in similar types of occasions in television and film. several times.

Unfortunately, due to the disease, the actor's life and career are short-lived. It is cancer that ended Henry Polic. Henry Polic, 68, of Sherman Oaks, California, died of his sister, a nephew and two prostitutes.