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Norman Alden
Born September 13, 1924 (1924-09-13) (age 85)
Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1957–present
Spouse(s) Sharon Hayden (1966-?)

Norman Alden (born September 13, 1924) is an American actor who has performed in dozens of television programs and motion pictures since first appearing on The 20th Century Fox Hour in 1957. He provided the voice of Kay in The Sword in the Stone film in 1963. He was still active as an actor into his 80s, appearing as Judge Olividat in the TV movie Detective in 2005 and doing a humorous take as a "fat cat" bank executive in a Capital One credit card commercial the following year.

Alden was born on September 13, 1924 in Fort Worth, Texas. He served in the military during World War II and returned to Fort Worth to attendTexas Christian University (TCU) on the Montgomery GI Bill. Some of his acting ability was developed while at TCU with participation in the on-campus theater. He is perhaps most remembered for his role as Coach Leroy Fedder in the 1970s television series Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. An earlier role of note was as Johnny Ringo in the 1955 western The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp. His distinctive voice was etched into the memory of many a baby boomer due to his portrayal of Aquaman on the animated television series Super Friends. He also voiced the ringmaster, Hank, on the animated television series, Devlin.

Other roles that he has portrayed include the AC Delco repairman, Lou the Mechanic for seven years in a series of ads, the Professor Frank Heflin in Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, Green Arrow in the animated TV franchise Super Friends, and Major Truman Landon in Tora! Tora! Tora!. He was in one episode of Dallas as Senator William Orloff the episode #3 Spy In The House Season 1 aka Mini Series. In Season 1 of The Dukes of Hazzard he played the part of Sheriff Lacey of Springville in the episode Deputy Dukes. Also appeared as Lou Caruthers, the owner of the coffee shop in Back to the Future and the color-blind cameraman Bill in Ed Wood.

As of Thurl Ravenscroft's death in 2005, he is the last surviving major cast member of the 1963 Disney film, The Sword in the Stone.

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