Many know Bill Dana as "José Jiménez" a popular character he created on the Steve Allen Show in the 1950s and continued to perform throughout the 60s. But Dana has also been a successful writer, author, cartoonist, producer, director, recording artist, inventor and stand-up comedian.
MY WIFE and I just finished watching you in an episode of The Danny Thomas Show. Very funny. I've enjoyed your stuff (both performances and writing) for many years, and I decided to see what I could find about you on the 'net, so here I am.
Thank you very much for the laughs. You have made my life happier.
My dad, Nate silver' went to Quincy High with you. He always spoke highly of you. He passed away recently.
You are so great...as a 55yr.old with a darn good memory for the best. I was reading about Jim Beaver having been married to Don Adam's late daughter. Also about Billy Mumy and his friendship with Jonathan Harris...yours was the name that caught my attention though.
Vivé los José or ever what it really would be in Epañol ((-: and all your other funny stuff. And if you still live in Nashville and get in troube...I have a couple well connected friends there.
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