Actor, comedian and talent agent Marty Ingels died yesterday of a massive stroke. He was 79.
Ingels’ career spanned more than half a century and is remembered for his role on the 1960’s TV series I’m Dickens, He’s Fenster co-starring John Astin and voiced numerous cartoons most notably Pac-Man in early 1980’s.
In 1977, Ingels married actress and singer Shirley Jones. A few years back, Ingels and Jones turned some land they owned in Fawnskin, California into a September 11th Memorial Park. To this day, it remains the only 9/11 Memorial in Southern California.
Here is a short video of Ingels and Jones talking about the 9/11 Memorial as well as their respective careers.
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