Frederick Hubbard "Fred" Gwynne
Born July 10, 1926 - Died July 2, 1993
Fred Gwynne was a very tall (6' 5") American actor most well-known for his role of Herman on "The Munsters"
and his work on "Car 54, Where Are You?" Earlier he was in the cast of "The Phil Silvers Show". Gwynne's last performance was as the judge in the 1992 comedy, "My Cousin Vinny".
Gwynne graduated from Harvard University in 1951. In addition to his acting career, Gwynne sang professionally and wrote and illustrated children's books, including "A Chocolate Moose for Dinner",
"The King Who Rained" and "A Little Pigeon Toad".
Cause of Death: Pancreatic Cancer
Interred: Sandymount Methodist Church, Sandyville, Carroll County, Maryland, USA