Fredd Wayne

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Wayne with Barbara Nichols on 'The Twilight Zone, 1961

Fredd Wayne (October 17, 1924 – August 27, 2018) was an American actor and columnist. He was best known for his role as Benjamin Franklin in Bewitched. He was also known for his work as G.I. Carmen in the United States Army. Wayne was born in Akron, Ohio.

Wayne wrote articles for the The New York Times,[1] Playboy,[2] and the The Los Angeles Times.[3][4]

Wayne died in Santa Monica, California from a heart attack on August 27, 2018, aged 93.[5]

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  1. The New York Times, "A Ben Franklin Tour With 'Ben Franklin'", Sunday, June 1, 1975
  2. Playboy, "How to Avoid Making Out in Hollywood" (under the nom de plume, 'Kelton Holloway'), January 1958
  3. Los Angeles Times, Calendar section, "Vaudeville Isn't Dead - It's Going to College", Sunday, June 22, 1969
  4. Los Angeles Times, Calendar section, "'Godfather' Casting: An Italian Uprising", Sunday, February 28, 1971
  5. Fredd Wayne, Who Played Benjamin Franklin on 'Bewitched,' Dies at 93: Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved August 28, 2018.

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