Lew Parker

Show Count: 11
Series Count: 1
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born: October 29, 1910, Brooklyn, New York
Died: October 27, 1972, New York City, New York, USA

Lew Parker (October 29, 1910, Brooklyn, New York – October 27, 1972, New York City, New York) was an American television, stage and musical theatre actor. His most notable role was as Lou Marie, the beleaguered father of Marlo Thomas's character, Ann Marie, on the 1960s television series That Girl.

Personal life 

He married actress Betty Kean (December 15, 1914 — September 29, 1986), the older sister of actress Jane Kean. Lew Parker and Betty Kean remained together until Parker's death in 1972. Betty Kean died in 1986 of cancer, aged 71. Parker and Kean were survived by a daughter and two grandchildren.


Lew Parker died from cancer, two days before his 62nd birthday, in 1972 in New York City.

Source: Wikipedia

Bickersons, TheBickersons, The
Show Count: 60
Broadcast History: 8 September 1946 to 1 June 1947, 24 September 1947 to 25 June 1948 and 5 June 1951 to 28 August 1951
Sponsor: Drene Shampoo, Old Gold Cigarettes
Cast: Frances Langford, Don Ameche, Danny Thomas, Lew Parker, Frank Morgan