Lou Cutell Biography, Age, Family, Siblings, Height and Net Worth

This article will answer every question you have about Lou Cutell. Below are some of the frequently asked questions about him.

  1. What does Cutell do for a living?
  2. Who are Cutell’s parents and siblings?
  3. What are Cutell’s interests and hobbies?
  4. Is Cutell married or does he have a girlfriend?
  5. Does Cutell have any children?
  6. Where is Cutell now?
  7. How tall is Cutell?
  8. How much money does Cutell earn?
  9. What is Cutell’s net worth?

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 Who is Lou Cutell?

Lou Cutell was a famous American professional film, television, and theatre actor. He was known for his appearance as ”Amazing Larry” in the 1985 movie Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.

Lou Cutell Career

Cutell started his profession in 1961, appearing in the Broadway play The Young Abe Lincoln, playing the role of ”William Berry”. He started his television career in 1964, as guest-starring in The Dick Van Dyke Show, playing the role of ”Vinnie”. He went on in his profession majoring in appearances in movies and television, over the years.

Cutell appeared and guest-starred in many movie and television shows in the 1970s-1980s. They include The Love Boat, Seinfeld, I Shrunk the Kids, The Bob Newhart Show, Alice, Rhinoceros, The World’s Greatest Lover, The Wild Wild West. As well as The Mary Tyler Moore Show ( and its spin-off Lou Grant), The Black Marble, Barney Miller, The Odd Couple II, My Mom’s a Werewolf, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, and Bridget Loves Bernie.

Lou co-wrote and appeared in the Broadway play Sicilan Bachelor, playing the role of ”Don Cola” and co-wrote the play with Norma Helms and Tino Trischitta in the 1990s to 2000s. He co-wrote with Joao Machado and starred in the Broadway play Viagara Falls in 2010. He portrayed Charley Millhouse and starred alongside Bernie Kopell who portrayed Moe Crubbs. Lou went on to appear in movies and television, playing a recurring role in Betty White’s Off Their Rockers and mainly guest-starred in TV. His last television role was on the television show Grey’s Anatomy, in 2015.

A photo of Lou Cutell

A photo of Lou Cutell

How old is Lou Cutell?

Lou Cutell was born on October 6, 1930, in New York City, New York, the U.S. He died at the age of 91 on November 21, 2021, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. He shares his birthday with famous people including Addison Rae, Jordan Matter, LeBron James Jr., Bobby Finke, Brett Gelman, Britt Ekland, David Hidalgo, Elisabeth Shue, Emily Mortimer, Gerry Adams, among others.

Lou Cutell Family

Who are Cutell’s parents?

Lou Cutell was born in New York City, New York to his Silican parents. Later the family moved to Los Angeles, California. It is not known who his parents were or where they originated due to the fact that he did not share the information.

Does Cutell have siblings?

His family’s information is highly confidential and not available to the public or the media. He has kept his personal life very private till his death.

Lou Cutell Education

Cutell joined and studied at the University of California, graduating with a bachelor’s degree.

Lou Cutell Wife

Cutell’s marital information is not available to the public, but according to his old age, he must have been married with several children.

Lou Cutell Children

It is not yet known if he had children but we assume he must have had children at such an old age. His children are yet to come out to the media and speak about his death.

Lou Cutell Height

The Pee-wee’s Bid Adventure actor had a well-built body with an impressive height of 5 ft 2 in (1.57 m).

Lou Cutell Net Worth

American professional film, television, and theatre actor, Cutell has been active for many decades from 1961 to 2021. He has gathered great fortune throughout his profession in the acting industry. Cutell has an outstanding net worth of approximately $3 million as of 2021.

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1965 Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster Dr. Nadir
1970 Little Big Man Deacon
1972 Every Little Crook and Nanny Landruncolo
1972 Goodnight, My Love Sidney TV Movie
1973 The Blue Knight Charles A. Lupus TV Movie
1974 Rhinoceros Cashier
1974 Young Frankenstein Frightened Villager uncredited
1977 The World’s Greatest Lover Mr. Kipper
1978 Foul Play House Manager
1979 Mr. Horn Small Man TV Movie
1979 The Last Word Contest M.C.
1979 Marciano Cashier TV Movie
1980 The Black Marble Mr. Limpwood
1982 Shoot the Moon Willard
1983 Missing Pieces Man TV Movie
1985 Pee-wee’s Big Adventure Amazing Larry
1985 Maxie Art Isenberg
1986 Legal Eagles Kapstan
1986 The Malibu Bikini Shop Speaker
1987 Tales from the Hollywood Hills: A Table at Ciro’s Skolsky TV Movie
1988 Frankenstein General Hospital Dr. Saperstein
1988 Bird Bride’s Father
1988 The Diamond Trap Rosencrantz TV Movie
1989 My Mom’s a Werewolf Butcher
1989 Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Dr. Brainard
1991 Voyager New York Doorman
1994 Jimmy Hollywood Meyerhoff
1994 A Part of the Family Saul TV Movie
1995 Unstrung Heroes Uncle Melvin
1996 Norma Jean & Marilyn Henry Weinstein
1997 Just Write Man Guest at Luncheon
1997 Glam Sandy Silver
1998 The Odd Couple II Abe
2002 Laurel Canyon Elderly Man
2005 Wedding Crashers Old Jewish Man

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1964 The Dick Van Dyke Show Vinnie 1 episode
1968 The Wild Wild West Major Frederick Frey 1 episode
1969 My Three Sons Marvin Horndiffer 1 episode
1970 Then Came Bronson Mr. Willoughby 1 episode
1972 The Courtship of Eddie’s Father Samson 1 episode
1972 Room 222 Mr. Caruse 1 episode
1972 Bridget Loves Bernie Parfel 1 episode
1973 The New Temperatures Rising Show 1 episode
1974–1978 The Bob Newhart Show Delivery Man/Petersen Character 2 episodes
1974 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Nice Little Man 1 episode
1975 The Bob Crane Show Murray 1 episode
1976 Jigsaw John Pawn Shop Proprietor 1 episode
1976 Starsky & Hutch Mike 1 episode
1977 The Love Boat Gus 1 episode
1977–1982 Barney Miller Jerome Grodin/Mr. Roselle 2 episodes
1978 Lou Grant Haskins 1 episode
1978 Kojak Dave 1 episode
1981–1984 Alice Angry Customer/Lou 4 episodes
1981 Gimme a Break! The Druggist 1 episode
1982 T.J. Hooker Manager 1 episode
1984 Hardcastle and McCormick Spaceman 1 episode
1986 Life with Lucy Charlie Zellman 1 episode
1986 Tales from the Darkside Otto Schrog 1 episode
1986 Starman Clerk 1 episode
1986 Throb Rack Guy 1 episode
1987 The Judge Lou Kernon 1 episode
1987 1st & Ten Wedding Priest 1 episode
1987 Square One Television Store Manager 1 episode
1987 Mathnet Store Manager 1 episode
1988 Baby Boom Stanley Elkman 1 episode
1989 Small Wonder The Actor 1 episode
1989 The New Dragnet Mr. Phelps 1 episode
1990 Newhart Dr. Grossman 1 episode
1990 Knots Landing TV Critic 1 episode
1991 Amen Sid 1 episode
1991 The Golden Girls Irving 1 episode
1991 ABC Weekend Special Mr. Minch 1 episode
1991 Eerie, Indiana Old Man Dithers 1 episode
1991 Jake and the Fatman Store Owner 1 episode
1991 Empty Nest Dr. Wilkins 1 episode
1992 Santa Barbara Reverend Mulcher 1 episode
1993 The Wonder Years Comic 1 episode
1993 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Maurice 1 episode
1993 Tales of the City Herb Siegel 1 episode
1993 Mad About You Eddie the Doorman 2 episodes
1995 Seinfeld Dr. Howard Cooperman Episode: “The Fusilli Jerry”
1995 Almost Perfect Shiny 2 episodes
1996 Weird Science Bert 1 episode
1997 The Practice Adelstein 1 episode
1998 Something So Right Emil 1 episode
1998 Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place Tailor 1 episode
1999 Will & Grace Mr. Arthur Pressman 1 episode
2000 The Brothers Garcia Louie 1 episode
2001 Spin City Shelly Hallerman 1 episode
2002 Without a Trace Henry 1 episode
2004 Curb Your Enthusiasm Leo Funkhouser 2 episodes
2006 Four Kings Sharon’s Dad 1 episode
2010 Medium Rare Sergeant 1 episode
2013 How I Met Your Mother Uncle Mort 1 episode
2013–2014 Betty White’s Off Their Rockers Various Characters 8 episodes
2015 The Brink Leonard 2 episodes
2015 Grey’s Anatomy Abe 1 episode
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