Scoey Mitchell Bio, Age, Wife, Movies And TV Shows And Match Game

Scoey Mitchell Biography

Scoey Mitchell is an American actor, writer, and TV director best known for appearances on game shows. He was born on March 12th, 1930 in Newburgh, New York.

Mitchell starred in the short series, Barefoot in The Park and his recurring role on Rhoda. As a director, He created two short series TV shows on NBC TV; Me and Mrs. C and 13 East. In Jo Jo Dancer, Your life is calling, Mitchell appeared as Richard Pryor’s father.

Scoey Mitchell Age

Scoey Mitchell is an American actor, writer, and TV director best known for appearances on game shows. He was born on March 12th, 1930 in Newburgh, New York. He is 88 years old as of 2018.

Scoey Mitchell Wife | Scoey Mitchell And Claire Mitchell

He married his lovely wife, Claire T. Thomas in 1973 and they are still together to date.

Scoey Mitchell Children

There is no record of any children associated with this great man.

Is Scoey Mitchell Still Alive

Scoey is very much alive and strong despite his old age.

Scoey Mitchell Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of around $ 400 million.

Scoey Mitchell Career

He started his career on a comedy show, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour in 1967. In 1969, he appeared in What’s It All About, World?. He was a guest star in many television series, for example, The Mother in Law, Here Comes The Brides, That Girl, The Odd Couple, The Six Million Dollar Man and Baretta.

He starred in many TV series, for example, Voyage of the Yes, Cops and Cindy. He turned into directing TV Series and in 1984, he directed the series Me and Mrs. C and also episodes of 13 East that run from 1989-1990. He wrote TV series also, for example, The Scoey Mitchell Show in 1972, Just a Little More Love in 1983 and Handsome Hurry. He produced other TV shows such as Grambling’s White Tiger in 1981, Gus Brown and Midnight Brewster in 1985 and Miracle at Beekman’s in 1988.

He starred in TV shows too such as, Match Game from 1974-1979, Super Password in 1988, The Joey Bishop Show from 1968-1969, The Hollywood Squares in 1968 and Tattletales in 1974.

Scoey Mitchell Movies and TV Shows

Movies

Here is a list of his movies;

  • Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling
  • Cindy
  • Voyage of the Yes
  • Miracle at Beekman’s Place
  • The Cut Man Caper

TV Shows

Here is a list of his TV Shows;

  • The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
  • What’s It All About, World?
  • The Mothers-in-Law
  • Here Come the Brides
  • The Carol Burnett Show
  • That Girl
  • Barefoot in the Park
  • The Odd Couple
  • Voyage of the Yes
  • Cops
  • The Six Million Dollar Man
  • Rhoda
  • Joe Forrester
  • Police Story
  • Doc
  • Baretta
  • Cindy
  • Taxi
  • Lou Grant
  • Stockard Channing in Just Friends
  • A New Kind of Family
  • Password Plus
  • Gus Brown and Midnight Brewster
  • Handsome Harry’s
  • Me & Mrs. C.
  • Miracle at Beekman’s Place

Directed TV Shows

Here is a list of TV shows that he has directed;

  • Me & Mrs. C.
  • 13 East

Written TV Shows

Here is a list of TV shows that he has written;

  • The Scoey Mitchell Show
  • Just a Little More Love
  • Me & Mrs. C.
  • Gus Brown and Midnight Brewster
  • Handsome Harry’s
  • Me & Mrs. C.
  • A Whole Lotta Fun
  • Miracle at Beekman’s Place

Produced TV Shows

Here is a list of TV shows that he has produced;

  • 13 East
  • A Whole Lotta Fun
  • Grambling’s White Tiger
  • Gus Brown and Midnight Brewster
  • Handsome Harry’s
  • Just a Little More Love
  • Me & Mrs. C.
  • Miracle at Beekman’s Place

 Scoey Mitchell Match Game

Match Game is a 1962 American television panel game show that premiered on NBC from 1962 and was brought back severally over the coming decades. The game was about filling in-the-blank questions with matching answers. It featured celebrity panelists.

The Match Game ran on NBC’s daytime lineup from 1962 until 1969 in its original version. In 1973, the show returned with a significantly changed format on CBS (also in the daytime). It was a major success, with an expanded panel, larger cash payouts, and emphasis on humor. Scoey Mitchell was featured on the 500th Episode of The Match Game

Mitchell Barefoot in the Park (TV series)

Newlyweds struggle to survive their first year of marriage in New York City.

First episode date: 24 September 1970
Final episode date: 17 December 1970
Network: American Broadcasting Company
Composers: Charles Fox, J. J. Johnson

Match Game ’76: January 29, 1976 (Scoey Mitchell, Bonnie Franklin, et al!)

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