Tim Conway had a knack for making Harvey Korman laugh. And Carol Burnett. And just about anyone else who played opposite him in a skit on “The Carol Burnett Show” in the 1960s and '70s. He was, in fact, a comedian's comedian — and audiences laughed too.
Conway, who was born in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, majored in speech and radio at Bowling Green State University. After having worked in Cleveland radio and TV and having a stint on “The Steve Allen Show” in New York, Conway came to prominence as a bumbling ensign in “McHale's Navy” opposite Ernest Borgnine from 1962 to 1966, The next year, “The Carol Burnett Show”... Read more
The Times’ virtual tour puts readers on the streets of Hollywood to visit the nearly 2,400 stars on the Walk of Fame.
Select a category to learn more about the bombshells, cowboys, crooners and other entertainers who are honored on the walk. An interactive map then takes readers to the exact location of each star along the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street.
Read more about the stars in a database that uses more than a century of the archives of the Los Angeles Times to go deeper into the lives of hundreds of fan favorites, as well as those whose names are no longer well-known.