Known for his parts like Harry the barkeep on ‘All in the Family’ and Archie Shelter’s PlacAll in the ‘Family and Archie Dugout’s Place,’ Wingreen kicked the bucket at his home here on Christmas Day, said The Hollywood Columnist.
The Brooklyn local additionally showed up in three scenes of ‘A Twilight Zone,’ most prominently depicting the genuine train conductor in the 1960 scene in ‘A Stop at Willoughby.’
On ‘The Domain Strikes Back’ (1980), Wingreen tried out for the part of Yoda, however did not get that part and was given four lines of dialog talked by the veiled Boba Fett, the dreaded abundance seeker who catches Han Solo.
Wingreen was conceived October 9, 1920, in Brooklyn and brought up in the Howard Shoreline neighborhood of Rulers. He went to Brooklyn School, where he took his first acting class. His first employment in the amusement business was with a doll organization.
He made his motion picture debut in 1958 with ‘The Bravados’ and went ahead to star in movies like, ‘An Aide for the Wedded Man,’ “Marlowe,” ‘They Just Slaughter Their Experts,’ ‘The Terminal Man,’ ‘Gracious, God! You Villain.’