But his juggling career finally prevailed. And despite his introverted belief that he was more comfortable behind a drawing board than in front of an audience, he had a successful juggling career in theaters and nightclubs that took him to seven foreign countries. He was a favorite novelty act at the Catskill resorts in upstate New York, where he repeatedly played Grossinger's, the Concord, and the Nevele Country Club.
Among his television appearances are: the Steve Allen Show, the Robert Q. Lewis Show, the Chevy Show with Andy Williams and Ethel Merman, and three times on Sealtest's Big Top. In his retirement he moved from New York City to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he has taught juggling at the Mime Experiment and at the University of New Mexico. He is member of the Disabled American Veterans and the International Jugglers' Association.
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