Conrad Janis played trombone in a few appearances on The Tonight Show and at Carnegie Hall, and he recorded a few collections with his gathering, the Tailgate Five.
He likewise performed with entertainer George Segal on banjo in the Beverly Hills Unlimited Jazz Band.
Janis played a repetitive part as Mindy’s father, Fred McConnell – the proprietor of a music store, in a decent touch – on each of the four seasons (1978-82) of ABC’s Mork and Mindy.
The bare-headed entertainer regularly was forced to bear Mork’s (Williams) points. He was brought into the world in Manhattan on Feb. 11, 1928.
His mom, Harriet, was an essayist who co-composed the 1950 book They All Played Ragtime, and his dad, Sidney, was a workmanship seller who in 1967 gave his private assortment of 103 works, then, at that point, esteemed at $2 million and including a Picasso, to New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
How Did Conrad Janis Die?
His death was confirmed by business manager Dean A. Avedon to The New York Times.
Conrad Janis Net Worth
Conrad Janis had an estimated net worth of $15 million at the time of his death.