Gary Kroeger was a founding member of the Practical Theatre Co., along with friend Julia Louis-Dreyfus and other campus rebels where they performed offbeat, guerrilla theatre. These performances let to a three-year stint on Saturday Night Live. Later he co-starred with George Hamilton in the CBS series Spies, and appeared in numerous guest-starring roles on television, as well as movies of the week. In features, he can be seen in The Big Picture, A Man Called Sarge, Radioland Murders and recently Carlo's Wake with Martin Landau. After hosting the stand up comedy showcase Comic Strip Live on FOX and the new syndicated version of Newlywed Game, Kroeger turned to the other side of the camera producing the syndicated daytime chat show, George & Alana Show. In addition to his hosting duties on Beat the Clock Kroeger can be seen this Fall in the new NBC comedy, Hidden Hills.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
Gary Kroeger Facts
|Occupation||Actor, TV Host|
|Birthday||April 13, 1957 (61)|
|Birthplace||Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA|