Facts of Lennie Weinrib
Lennie Weinrib was an absolute legend, and he will always remain in the memory of his fans and movie lovers. He was a fantastic comedian, writer, and also a sensational voice actor.
Wife and Cause Of Death
He was married to his wife, Sonia Iris Dagach. The couple lived a great life together.
The couple had married in 1983, and they remained together till the last breath of Lennie.
He had children too, and their names are Linda Weinrib and Heidi Weinrib.
The main reason of his death was a stroke. He passed away near his home.
He passed away in Santiago, and this lies in Chile.
His daughter Linda Weinrib confirmed his death. He had retired from the show business and was living in Chile.
Chile is the native country of his second wife, Sonia.
Movies and TV Shows
He appeared in a lot of movies, and he voice acted in a lot of films as well. He gave his voice for a movie called Lidsville, and the character he voiced was Admiral Scuttlebutt.
He also voiced a character called H.R Pufnstuf in a movie called The Krofft Superstar Hour. His voice works in Barnyard Commandos were terrific too.
Other movies that he has voiced include the likes of Foofur, Fred Flintstone and Friends, Space Cats, Space Stars, The Addams Family, Adventures of the Gummi Bears, The New Adventures of Batman – Joker, Clayface, Mr. Freeze and The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo- Show.
He became a part of several live-action shows. He appeared in The Dick Van Dyke Show, and he was imposing in the front. He also appeared in My Favorite Martian in 1964, and he appeared as Dentist Dr. Herbie Little in the program.
Other live-action shows to his credits are My Favorite Martian, Adam 12, The Musters, and Emergency!.
He was a part of excellent movies. He appeared as Green-Eyed Monster of Jealousy in a film called Not with My Wife; You didn’t come in 1966. He appeared as Prine Abadada in Bugs Bunny’s 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales in 1982, and his work as State Coach in The Strongest Man in the World was brilliant too.
He has appeared in commercials as well. He has given voice for a character Captain Crook in McDonald’s McDonaldland. He also appeared in Time for Timer and Cookie Crisp.
Praises his late father, Lennie
Lennie’s daughter Linda is also a great artist.
When asked how did she decide to pursue her career in a creative field, the lady said that she had grown up watching her dad’s career.
And by observing since she was young, she was sure what she wanted to do. She shared that her mom had taken her to attend dance and piano classes since she was three.
Just at the age of five, she was successful in landing her first ever role on The Danny Kaye Show at CBS studios.
Linda also confronted that acting is in her blood and shares her dad’s words, that It is in the genes kid, and says that here she is not talking about blue jeans.
Other than that, Linda also says that acting is an art in which you let go of your whole self, including your heart and mind.
She even feels extremely lucky to have a dad who is equally successful in his career.
She also revealed that her dad used to give all his time to his career and didn’t have time for them.
However, she also revealed that she hadn’t seen her dad until age 15 but later decided to see him and introduce her to him.
The lady also mentioned her late dad being guarded and stubborn, making the scenario even more challenging.
As per her, only after visiting him numerous times he allow Linda to enter into his world. She was in her teenage years when she and her dad finally built a relationship.
Other than that, when asked Linda about the places to go when friends or any people visit LA, she replied that there are many beautiful places in LA to go, like the Farmers Market, as it is her family’s go-to place where they eat delicious food, presence of fun stores, and many celebrity sightings too.
The other place Linda mentioned is the muscle beach, the Marina Del Rey Fisherman’s village, which consists of harbor tours and boat rentals.
She also suggested Hollywood, as it is the best way to quality time by doing sightseeing, souvenirs shopping, lunch at Yamashiro, and many more.
Wiki of Lennie Weinrib
- He was born in the year 1935 on the 29th of April in The Bronx, New York.
- He passed away on the 28th of June 2006 at the age of 71.