In 1961 he appeared in the Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode "Museum Piece." He is most remembered for Super Password, Tattletales. He wedded Anne Anderson in 1959 as well as the couple experienced three children called Jennifer, Joshua and Jonah.  In the original Broadway cast of Fiddler on the Roof with Zero Mostel, Convy played Perchik the Student and sang "Now I Have Everything". Interred at Forest Lawn (Hollywood Hills), Los Angeles, California, USA, Court of Liberty, left of sidewalk.  He later joined the 1950s vocal band The Cheers, who had a Top 10 hit in 1955 with "Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots". Convy married his second wife, Catherine Hill, five months before his death. Two Broadway musicals he appeared in ("Fiddler on the Roof" and "Cabaret") were later recreated for cinema. In both instances, the characters he played were changed to non-singing parts. .  The Philadelphia Phillies offered him a contract when he was just 17 and he played two years of Minor League Baseball in 1951–52. American Actor Bert Convy was born Bernard Whalen Convy on 23rd July, 1933 in St. Louis, Missouri and passed away on 15th Jul 1991 Los Angeles, California aged 57. Convy went on to become a Broadway actor, starring as Perchik in the original cast of Fiddler on the Roof (1964), appearing in The Impossible Years (1965) and creating the role of Cliff Bradshaw in Cabaret (1966). In 1983, Convy was cast as Neil Townsend on the sitcom It's Not Easy, playing opposite Ken Howard. Bert Convy. Throughout his career, Convy was a frequent guest star on series such as Bewitched, Hawaii Five-O, The Partridge Family, Mission: Impossible, The Silent Force, The New Phil Silvers Show, Fantasy Island, Charlie's Angels and Murder, She Wrote (including the pilot episode). Convy hosted the syndicated edition of Win, Lose or Draw for its first two seasons, then left the show to host another of his company's productions, the syndicated 3rd Degree. When he turned seven, the family relocated to Los Angeles where he attended North Hollywood High School. Well-known game display host, Television, and Broadway actor who received an Emmy in 1977 for his are a bunch of Tattletales. Convy played first base for a Philadelphia Phillies farm team before entering show business. Cabaret 1966 Original Broadway Cast Starring Jill Haworth and Bert Convy, Cabaret 1966 Original Broadway Cast Starring joel grey. In 1980, Convy produced and directed the Goodspeed Musicals premiere of the musical Zapata, with music and lyrics by Harry Nilsson and Perry Botkin Jr., and libretto by Allan Katz. Catherine Hall (I) and Bert Convy were married for 5 months before Bert Convy died aged 57. The inoperable tumor forced him to retire. In 1952 he managed to get on stage at UCLA in a non-speaking role as a butler in Molière's "The Imaginary Invalid". He hosted displays such as for example Super Security password and Get, Lose or Pull. Bert Convy was born on July 23, 1933 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Bernard Whalen Patrick Convy. In 1973, Convy was a guest star in two episodes of Hawaii Five-O. The couple had three children together, Jennifer Convy (born in 1960), Joshua Convy (born in 1965), and Jonah Convy (born in 1968).