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The show satirised the s counterculture and featured celebrity guests like Diana Ross as well as public figures such as the Rev Billy Graham and Richard Nixon, who, appearing during his presidential campaign and trying to cast off his humourless image, drew both laughs and gasps when he asked: While the author was friends with Sues, this is not a whitewash — quite the contrary. Alan Sues Alan Sues, who has died aged 85, was best known to British television audiences for his cameo roles in the hit comedy Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, in which he played an assortment of camp, zany characters. This week's caption pic is at the bottom of the page. The character exhibited all the nervousness, narcissism, and limp wristedness of your everyday gay stereotype plucked out of the wild. He truly wanted to hand the whole world a big laugh.

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He moved often, as his father raised racehorses.

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Alan Sues, Stage Actor Who Found Fame on "Laugh-In," Dies

Sues was gay, he was at one time married to Phyllis Gehrig, a dancer and actress. Claymore Gregg on The Ghost and Mrs. Stand-up comedian who broke new ground with his television series The Larry Sanders Show. They identified with him, and they were thankful. Coming out as we know it today was not an option. I think it's the best part I ever.

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Stand-up comedian who broke new ground with his television series The Larry Sanders Show. Because of this, I won't look at Mason Reese the same way again. Add to Wish List. But he did find some critical success playing Prof. Alan Sues played with over-the-top flamboyance on the show, displaying stereotypically gay mannerisms. Mentally, he was funny and 'on' as usual. Retrieved from " https:

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