George Coe (Performer) | Playbill

George Coe


Mr. Coe had the weird status as a curious footnote in the history of "Saturday Night Live." When the live sketch show premiered Oct. 11, 1975, he was listed in the credits as a cast member. But his name never appeared again, though he was used in nine more episodes. According to accounts, he was cast as a bulwark against the inexperienced younger members of the cast. He mainly played commercial spokesmen and older authority figures.

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  • Born: May 10, 1929 in Jamaica, NY
  • Death: Jul 18, 2015 in Santa Monica, CA

Roles (5)

Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Company
Opened April 11, 1993
  • as David (Original)
On the Twentieth Century Playbill - March 1978 On the Twentieth Century
Opened February 19, 1978
  • as Owen O'Malley (Original)
Company Playbill - Dec 1970 Company
Opened April 26, 1970
  • as David (Original)
Company Playbill - Dec 1970
Mame Playbill - October 1966 Mame
Opened May 24, 1966
  • as M. Lindsay Woolsey (Original)
What Makes Sammy Run? Playbill - Feb 1964 What Makes Sammy Run?
Opened February 27, 1964
  • as Julian Blumberg (Original)

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