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Actor David Lander will always be remembered as sassy "Squiggy" from "Laverne & Shirley." His first regular gig was with comedy group "The Credibility Gap" in the early '70s, although he has already worked as a voice-over artist, providing the cartoon voice for Jerry Lewis on Filmation's "Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down." Later in the decade, he and partners Harry Shearer and Michael McKean took a writing gig for the upcoming sitcom, "Lavern & Shirley." He soon became one of the most famous greasers in history when his character, Squiggy (which was written as an occasional role) became a regular on the ratings-topping sitcom.
Lander has acted in a multitude of guest spots since "Laverne & Shirley," including "Star Trek: Next Generation," "The Drew Carey Show," "Twin Peaks" and "The Bold and the Beautiful." He also has provided voices for cartoons like "Tom and Jerry" and "The Little Mermaid." In 1997, Lander made a career change and became a baseball scout for the Anaheim Angels.