Hal Fryar, American actor, Died at 90

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Hal Fryar was born on June 8, 1927 and died on June 25, 2017.

He was an American actor and television personality.

Fryar rose to prominence as Harlow Hickenlooper, the host of The Three Stooges Show on Channel 6 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

He graduated in 1950 with a bachelor’s degree in speech from Indiana University.

Fryar began his broadcasting career as an announcer, emcee and writer as a teenager in Indianapolis, Indiana, in the mid-1940s.

Since the 1960s, he had developed his entertainment talents as host of programs geared to young audiences in radio and TV in Ohio.

He died due to bladder cancer.

Hal Fryar passed away 90 years old.

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