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    He began his career at the age of four.
    He appeared on several episodes of Krofft Supershow (in the 'Dr. Shrinker' segments).
    He wanted to be a cameraman when he left acting, but claimed that his child star status proved a liability.
    He said: 'I thought I'd have a leg up because I knew the business, but instead I was considered a flake by the technical unions. I took the qualifying test twice for the assistant cameraman's training program. Each time I was one of the top ten or twelve scorers of 10,000 applicants, but they wouldn't let me in because they thought I'd go back to acting.'
    His own vocals in 'Little Drummer Boy' really weren't anything to brag about.
    He was replaced by David Jay for the part of Aaron, when the 'Drummer Boy' sequel was finally made (nearly ten years later, he was likely deemed too old).
    He produced several episodes of NBC's The Magical World of Disney.
    His made his acting debut as Christopher Robin in the 'Winnie the Pooh' on Shirley Temple's Storybook (Shirley played his mother).
    He received critical praise as James Coburn's hero-worshipping son in 'The Honkers.'
    He made a memorable guest appearance on 'Beverly Hillbillies' as Milburn Drysdale's spoiled nephew who attempts to con the Clampetts out of their antique furniture.
    He succeeded eventually in getting a job as a driver for a special effects lab, and later entry into the cameraman's local.
    He later partnered with celebrity Las Vegas chef Jeff Henderson to produce the cooking show 'Flip My Food.'
    'The Little Drummer Boy' remains one of the most beloved and popular Rankin-Bass Christmas specials, and he has participated in several Rankin/Bass fan events and projects over the years.

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