In 1966, he appeared as a man in a diner in the Don Knotts film The Ghost and Mr. Chicken. In 1968, he appeared as Croupier in the Walt Disney comedy film Blackbeard's Ghost. In 1969, he appeared in the role of Mr. Welch on Andy Griffith's film Angel in My Pocket.
From 1966 to 1969, he appeared four times in different roles on CBS's rural comedy Petticoat Junction, including as Doodles in the episode It's Not Easy to Be a Mother. He appeared as a small time pool hustler in the second episode (1967) of the TV drama Mannix, called Skid Marks On A Dry Run.
From 1970 to 1972, he appeared four times on Lucille Ball's CBS series Here's Lucy. From 1972 to 1973, he guest starred on ABC's Love, American Style and CBS's The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Bob Newhart Show. He also appeared on All in the Family in episode 12, season 1, as the delivery man. From 1971 to 1974, he appeared four times on CBS's The New Dick Van Dyke Show, including the role of Uncle Manny.
In 1973, he guest-starred in an episode of the situation comedy A Touch of Grace. He also appeared as "Pop" in the 1974 episode Knock Around the Block of ABC's Happy Days starring Tom Bosley, Marion Ross, Henry Winkler, and Ron Howard.
From 1971 to 1975, he guest starred five times on ABC's sitcom The Odd Couple starring Tony Randall and Jack Klugman. In 1975, he appeared as Bernie in the Jack Albertson-Freddie Prinze NBC sitcom Chico and the Man in the episode entitled Louie's Retirement. That same year, he appeared as Nathan Levine in the episode The Social Worker of ABC's sitcom Barney Miller.
His last appearance, prior to his death in Las Vegas in 1980, was as an unnamed witness in the 1980 film Melvin and Howard starring Jason Robards.