In addition to Laugh-In, for which he won an Emmy in 1969, Johnson also appeared on several episodes of the TV series Fantasy Island, starred in the weekly children's series Hot Fudge Show in 1976, and co-starred as Renfield in the vampire comedy Love at First Bite in 1979.
Actor and comedian Arte Johnson poses for a portrait in 1968.
Johnson cracked up Laugh-In audiences with his portrayal of Wolfgang, a former German storm trooper who muttered "Verry interesting" to the most cracked proposals (or, "Verry interesting ... but stupid").
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Some of his other most popular characters included a "dirty old man" named Tyronne F. Horneigh and Indian guru Rabbi Shankar.
While most of his roles were on TV, Johnson also worked on films, including "The Subterraneans" and "The President's Analyst".
Johnson appeared on several game shows such as "The Gong Show", "The Match Game" and "Wheel of Fortune". In the years following the show's conclusion, he lent his voices to a number of popular cartoons, including Pac-Man, The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, DuckTales, The Flinstone Kids, The Smurfs and Animaniacs.
Before Laugh-In, Johnson's career consisted of NY stage work, semi-regular sit-com parts starting in the late 1950s and one-off roles on popular 1960s shows such as The Andy Griffith Show, Bewitched and The Dick Van Dyke Show.
He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Gisela, and a brother. He was a survivor of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, and shortly before his death battled bladder and prostate cancer.