Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Vic Dunlop, Jr. Biography ((?)-)
Born in New York City; son of Vic (an actor; stage name, Victor Marko) Dunlop, Sr. Addresses: PUBLICIST--Jo-Ann Geffen & Associates, 3151 Cahuengha Blvd. W., Suite 235, Los Angeles, CA 90068.
Concerning Vic Dunlop's creativity and inventions, Jo-Ann Geffen & Associates supplied CTFT with a biography stating, "Vic still finds time to be a brilliant inventor and entrepreneur. Dunlop has slipped from the sublime to theridiculous with his new line of products ... eyeballs that you can wear andeat. 'It was a happy accident, I was wearing a pair of plastic bloodshot eyeballs in my act and it became such a hit that I built a regular routine around them. Next thing I knew members of the audience asked me where they could buy them. They even started wearing them to my shows!'"
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- As member of improvisational group, "Natural Gas," at the Comedy Store, Hollywood, CA.
Credits; PRINCIPAL CABARET APPEARANCES
- One-man stand-up show, tours throughout clubs in the U.S.
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM APPEARANCES
- The Devil and Max Devlin, Buena Vista, 1981.
- Meatballs II, Tri-Star, 1984.
- Skateboard USA.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- Regular with "Natural Gas" on Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, syndication.
- Make Me Laugh, ABC, 1979-81.
- Dolie Peterson, Safe at Home, WTBS, 1986.
- Spot Marks the X, Disney Movie of the Week, 1986.
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