Bob Newhart (born on September 5th, 1929) was an Emmy award winning TV-Actor and TV-Actor who was most famous for his roles as the stammering, psychologist Dr. Robert "Bob" Hartley on the 1970s American TV sitcom "The Bob Newhart Show". He also played the strange Innkeeper, Dick Loudon on the 1980s TV comedy "Newhart".
Mr. Newhart began his career as a stand up comedian in the late 1950s. He died on (Not Deceased) and his death was likely just because of old age. Bob was 91.
"I am glad I'm not really a psychologist or a university professor and am certainly glad I'm not dead like my character Professor Proton."
"RIP Professor Proton"
"People as "How old is Bob Newhart?" and I answer "old enough to know better"."
"You have to do something in your life that is honorable and not cowardly if you are to live in peace with yourself."
Is he dead or alive? According to our unconfirmed records, Mr. Newhart has not passed away.
Piercejeans: He is 91. The notice says his mother will officiate the funeral. That would make her about... 111 years old. Really? No way.
Rob Newhart: My name is Rob Newhart. My family will tell me when he is no longer with us, and I have not been told that. Besides, the claim is he died on November 2nd, when it was not even November 2nd in Bob's time zone.
Eric Arnold: Mr. Newhart is an American treasure. I know that he's earned the right to retire and relax but I do wish he'd make more cameos because he's very talented.
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