Peter Scolari, an actor whose TV roles included a yuppie producer on “Newhart” and a closeted dad on “Girls,” died Friday in New York. He was 66.
Peter Scolari, who starred with Tom Hanks on TV's "Bosom Buddies," died Friday at 66. He had cancer and had been ill for two years, his manager said.
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