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Fred Gwynne

Born: 1926-07-10 - Died: 1993-07-02
Cause of Death:
Cancer


Death Summary: Gwynne died from pancreatic cancer just eight days before his 67th birthday in Taneytown, Maryland. He was buried in an unmarked grave at Sandymount Methodist Church Churchyard in Sandyville, Maryland.

Who was Fred Gwynne : Frederick Hubbard Gwynne is best known for his role as Herman Munster on the classic television series The Munsters as well as his work on the show "Car 54, Where are You?".

Gwynne had some pretty memorable appearances in films as well, such as Stephen King's Pet Sematary and the Joe Pesci comedy My Cousin Vinny, in which he questioned Vinny's dialect when he described the defendants in the movie's trial as "the two youts".

Gwynne also wrote and illustrated the children's books.
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23 Signatures in Fred Gwynne's guestbook

  1. Braulio Omar GarcĂ­a Says:

    Remarkable, who can not draw and smile watching your good humor as Herman.

  2. robert parker Says:

    i loved the monsters ill miss seeing you on tv

  3. Emily Says:

    Amazing actor.

  4. Joe Palmeri Says:

    A BIG STAR, AN EVEN BIGGER HEART FOR PEOPLE.

  5. Garret Lopez Says:

    I loved growing up watching you on TV and in movies,you are missed by many.

  6. Lisa Weiner Says:

    To Fred Gwynne,
    I watched you on the sitcoms The Munsters, Car 54 Where are you? and the movie My Cousin Vinny. You really cracked me up. I sure miss watching you on t.v. I wish you still alive to make me laugh. Bye. Lisa Weiner.

  7. Lisa Weiner Says:

    To Fred Gwynne
    I enjoyed watching on the Munsters, Car 54 where are you? and the movie My Cousin Vinny. You made me laugh. I miss watching yo on t.v. alot. Lisa Weiner.

  8. Geno Cuddy Says:

    I’ll Miss You Herman Munster.

  9. andy ward england Says:

    I love watching you in the munsters fred.You were
    brilliant as herman.It,s my favourite programme ever.Rest in peace fred,andy from derbyshire,England.

  10. mj palmiro Says:

    What is a yout? I appreciate a reat actor and what elements he brings. May his works be for always be remembered as one who perfected his craft. mj

  11. Paul Holmes UK Says:

    Real sad your not around anymore, god bless you.

  12. Kathy Tickell Says:

    Growing up with the Munsters show was something that I looked forward to. Thank you Fred for those days! RIP.
    Kathy (Ontario Canada)

  13. Lisa Weiner Says:

    To Fred Gwynne,
    I really enjoyed watching you on the Munsters, Car 54 Where are you? and the movie My cousin Vinny. I am going miss watching on t.v. you made me laugh. Lisa Weiner.

  14. alex meyer Says:

    The laughs you have brought into my life have enriched me. There was only one and what a diamond Fred was. Love Ya Fred RIP

  15. Norman Philips Jr. Says:

    I loved you kindness, and your gentle laugh. You brought me happiness during the tought times in my childhood. I will never forget the love expressed in your character of Herman Munster. the world is a better place because of your tallents.

  16. Ron Portzer Says:

    This man really caught my attention in “My Cousin Vinnie”. I just realized that he had pancreatic cancer, the disease which took my lovely bride’s live back in Nov. 2008. Merissa Tormei reminds me much of my wife and could attract attention with her brilliant comments as well.

  17. WILLIAM CREIGHTON Says:

    sadly mist Herman RIP

  18. james alvin jeppe sr Says:

    There will never be another actor as good as Fred Gwynne. I have Idolized him for almost 40 years

  19. socalnovelist Says:

    I really liked this actor, especially when he actually got a chance to prove his mettle as a serious actor in his later years. He was a tremendously unforgettable actor.

  20. Victor RamosGlez Says:

    You bring fun, good memories on me as Herman Munster that I never get tired to watch and a great performance on Pet Sementary you were a great actor always.

  21. Mike Wolf Says:

    The Munsters was the best show on television in 1964 and 1965 for a very good reason…..Herman and Grandpa! Fred Gwynn and Al Lewis were great friends and their comradarie on the Munsters rivals Gleason and Carney, Abbott and Costello and Laurel and Hardy. Fred Gwynn was the only one who could play Herman with the depth of character and boyish soulful innocence. Truly this man was ahead of his time when it came to good comedy and who can watch the Munsters today without laughing at Herman’s laugh and innocent childish antics. Seeing him wearing the Clean your plate club bib on or hearing him wonder if Lily will smash his Huckleberry Hound records makes one laugh at this monster with the childlike charm. Rest in Peace Fred……you were one of the best and I will always cherish the Munsters and the laughs you gave us!

  22. Katherine E. Gwynne Says:

    I always love Fred because he looked like my grandpa, then my family told me Fred was family cousin to my grandpa Evan Norman Gwynne both great men! I love you Fred for more then your TV talent.

  23. william lee Says:

    u will be missed a lot


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