Jim Nabors, the actor known for his role as the beloved “Gomer Pyle” on television comedies and for his booming operatic voice, has died. He was 87.
Jim Nabors, who portrayed “Gomer Pyle” in The Andy Griffith Show, has died at the age of 87. His personal assistant confirmed the news to USA Today, saying that he died November 30 at his home in Hawaii. Throughout his long career in the entertainment industry, Nabors appeared in various TV
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Nov 30, 2017 · Jim Nabors, a comic actor who found fame in the role of the amiable bumpkin Gomer Pyle in two hit television shows of the 1960s while pursuing a second career as a popular singer with a booming baritone voice, died on Thursday at his home in Honolulu. He was 87. His husband, Stan Cadwallader
Nov 30, 2017 · Jim Nabors, who starred in the massive ’60s hit, ‘Gomer Pyle,’ died Thursday. Nabors became famous as the bumbling mechanic on “The Andy Griffith Show” and then went on to do his own show, which ran for 5 years. He also appeared in movies, including “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” and
HONOLULU (AP) — Jim Nabors, the shy Alabaman whose down-home comedy made him a TV star as Gomer Pyle and whose surprisingly operatic voice kept him a favorite in Las Vegas and other showplaces, died Thursday. He was 87. Nabors, who underwent a liver transplant in 1994 after contracting hepatitis B
Jim Nabors. Please write the details of Jim Nabors’s obit here. Please also tell us as much as you can about the biography stuff below. Jim Nabors (born on June 12th, 1930) was a TV-Actor who was best known for playing “Gomer Pyle” (not Goober Pyle) on the American TV series “The Andy Griffith Show” from 1960–1968.He was also known as one of the first famous gay …
Jim Nabors, whose name is synonymous with the genial bumpkin Gomer Pyle, whom he played on TV, died on Thursday morning, his husband told the Associated Press. He was 87. He brought the words “golly” and “shazam” into the vernacular as the naive, well-intentioned Pyle, a regular character on “The