It takes a special kind of actor to leave it all hanging in the name of comedy. Which is why, we at theTVaddict.com would like to take this opportunity to salute last night’s COMMUNITY MVP Blake Clark — who quite literally did just that.
Blake Clark is an American stand-up comedian, actor, voice artist and veteran of the Vietnam War, having served as a lieutenant with the 5th Infantry Division. He was born on born February 2, 1946 in Macon, Georgia and graduated from LaGrange College with a degree in the performing arts. He made his way to Hollywood working as a stand-up comedian and made an appearance on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. He was cast in his first onscreen role as soon as "Fred the Chauffeur", a minor character on 1980's mystery show "Remington Steele". He later as cast in more high profile parts such as "Chet Hunter" on "Boy Meets World" and Harry "the Hardware Store Guy" on "Home Improvement". He is perhaps best known for his appearances in various Adam Sandler films including "50 first Dates" and "Little Nicky". He also does voice acting work and has provided the current voice for "Slinky Dog" in the "Toy Story franchise" which was originally portrayed by his friend Jim Varney who died in February 2000.