He is taking Viagra, but it's just to keep him from rolling out of bedCathy's World: Tim Conway 'On the Spot' Mar 19, 2003
I thought there was humor to that, I really didCathy's World: Tim Conway 'On the Spot' Mar 19, 2003
I was at his 80th birthday, and he's the same Ernie that he ever wasCathy's World: Tim Conway 'On the Spot' Mar 19, 2003
I've met some of the greatest people in this business, and it just has been a real ride for meCathy's World: Tim Conway 'On the Spot' Mar 19, 2003
Writers today think that the history of television is what is on nowCathy's World: Tim Conway 'On the Spot' Mar 19, 2003
Thomas Daniel "Tim" Conway (born December 15, 1933) is an American comedian and actor, primarily known for his roles in sitcoms, films and television. Conway is best-known for his role as the inept second-in-command officer, Ensign Charles Parker, to Lt. Commander Quinton McHale (played by Ernest Borgnine), in the popular 1960s WWII sitcom McHale's Navy, and for co-starring alongside Carol Burnett on The Carol Burnett Show.
Conway was born in Willoughby, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, and grew up in nearby Chagrin Falls. He attended Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, having majored in speech and radio, during which time he was an active member of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. After graduating from Bowling Green State University, he joined the Army, following which he took a job answering mail for a Cleveland radio station, where he went on to become a writer in the promotional department. Conway later changed his first name to "Tim" to avoid confusion with actor Tom Conway.
Conway later moved back to Cleveland to work with the late television broadcasting legend Ernie Anderson on KYW-TV, an NBC affiliate, in 1958 and 1959 and later, from 1960 to 1962, on WJW TV, (then the CBS affiliate) on the weekday morning movie (under the Ernie's Place banner) where he also wrote material for the comedic skits shown in between movie intermissions. Conway also recorded a comedy album with Anderson.