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  • Noam Pitlik
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  • Noam Pitlik (born November 4, 1932-died February 18, 1999) directed the season 2 episode of Night Court titled "Harry and the Madam. Noam was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA.
  • As an actor, his first television appearance was in Cain's Hundred, while his film debut was a small part in A Child Is Waiting. Besides Hogan's Heroes, he had also made guest appearances in such television shows as Combat!, The Rifleman, My Favorite Martian, Gidget, The Monkees, Get Smart, The Flying Nun, Mannix, All in the Family, Bewitched, Sanford and Son, Barnaby Jones, and Barney Miller. He was a regular, for one year, on The Bob Newhart Show. Among the films that he had appeared in includes The Graduate, The Satan Bug, Fitzwilly, and The Thousand Plane Raid. He had also appeared in a few televison films, including Fire on Kelly Mountain, Downhill Racer and Houston, We've Got a Problem.
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Job
  • directed "Harry and the Madam" in Season 2
death place
  • Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Series
  • Night Court
Spouse
  • (Jesse Blostein 1967-1970 )
  • (Linda Hirsch 1974-1977 )
  • (Susan Whittaker 1986-1988 )
Name
  • Noam Pitlik
Caption
  • Noam Pitlik, here in an episode of the ABC-TV series "The Flying Nun".
Birth Place
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Died
  • 1999-02-18
yearsactive
  • 1955
Occupation
  • Actor, Director/Producer
Born
  • 1932-11-04
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  • As an actor, his first television appearance was in Cain's Hundred, while his film debut was a small part in A Child Is Waiting. Besides Hogan's Heroes, he had also made guest appearances in such television shows as Combat!, The Rifleman, My Favorite Martian, Gidget, The Monkees, Get Smart, The Flying Nun, Mannix, All in the Family, Bewitched, Sanford and Son, Barnaby Jones, and Barney Miller. He was a regular, for one year, on The Bob Newhart Show. Among the films that he had appeared in includes The Graduate, The Satan Bug, Fitzwilly, and The Thousand Plane Raid. He had also appeared in a few televison films, including Fire on Kelly Mountain, Downhill Racer and Houston, We've Got a Problem. In 1975 he started to direct television shows, starting with an episode of Barney Miller. He had also directed episodes of One Day at a Time, Alice, Taxi, I'm a Big Girl Now, 9 to 5, Night Court, Mr. Belvedere, Wings and The Home Court. He was also the producer of one episode each of Barney Miller and 9 to 5. His last acting appearance was on an episode of Becker in 1998. He died the following year in Los Angeles, California from lung cancer.
  • Noam Pitlik (born November 4, 1932-died February 18, 1999) directed the season 2 episode of Night Court titled "Harry and the Madam. Noam was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA.
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