Arnold Stang, actor known for nerdy roles, dies

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Arnold Stang, a radio, theater, film and television actor well-known for his nerdy looks and demeanor, has died.

David, son of Arnold Stang says he died of pneumonia Sunday at Newton-Wellesley Hospital in Massachusetts. He was 91.

The New York City native started his career on the radio as a youngster. He played alongside Milton Berle in the 1950s, starred as Frank Sinatra's sidekick in the 1955 movie "The Man with the Golden Arm," and was an associate of the ensemble comedic cast of "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" in the year 1963.

Arnold Stang voiced the lead character in the 1960s cartoon "Top Cat," and continued comedy and drama roles into his 80s.

Arnold Stang, who had lived in the Boston suburb of Needham for the past decade, is survived by his wife of 60 years, JoAnne; son, David; and daughter, Deborah.

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