His mother was born in New York and his father was born in New Jersey.
The cry of “bonk-bonk on the head” is amusing right up until twenty kids pile onto Kirk and he emerges with blood seeping down the sides of his head.  For her work on Alice, Howland received four Golden Globe Award nominations. Later that same year, Pollard appeared in episode five of CBS's The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis as Jerome Krebs, the first cousin of Maynard G. Krebs, played by Bob Denver, who in real life had been drafted into the United States Army.
In 1989, Pollard had a minor role in Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland and a larger role (as the inventor of super weapons and a super car) in Tango & Cash, which also starred Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone.
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 Pollard attended Montclair Academy (now Montclair Kimberley Academy) and Actors Studio in New York.
 Also in 1966, Pollard played the (uncredited) role of Stanley, the runny-nosed airplane mechanic, in The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming.
Pollard's father supported his wife and Michael Jr. by working 60 hours a week as a bartender at O'Rourke's Tap Room. Also in 1967, Pollard played the lead role in Derek May's short drama, Niagara Falls.
Cherubic, wispy-haired looks made his typecasting as impish or eccentric characters somehow inevitable. , Pollard created the non-singing role of Hugo Peabody in the original Broadway production of Bye Bye Birdie.  After appearing in Company, she left New York to relocate to California, where she made guest appearances on television series such as Love, American Style; Cannon; The Mary Tyler Moore Show; Little House on the Prairie; Eight Is Enough; and The Love Boat. Bye Bye Birdie changed Beth Howland’s life offstage, too.
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It was during rehearsals for the rock-n-roll romp that she met and fell in love with Michael J. Pollard, the droll actor she married at age 19. Pollard also portrayed Homer McCauley, the dramatic lead, in a television adaptation of William Saroyan's novel The Human Comedy, narrated by Burgess Meredith, and broadcast as an episode of the DuPont Show of the Month.
 After a time of struggling, Howland made her Broadway debut in 1959 as Lady Beth in the Carol Burnett musical Once Upon a Mattress, which transferred from off-Broadway. That same year Pollard appeared in David Hedison's 16-segment NBC espionage TV series Five Fingers in the episode "The Unknown Town". Pollard was twice divorced. The Making of 'Bonnie and Clyde', Jack Douglas, Michael J. Pollard, Lori Rogers, Archie Moore, Judith Viorst, Jack Douglas and Reiko, Gloria DeHaven, Michael J. Pollard, Chris Crosby, Rocky Graziano, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Michael J. Pollard, Allan Sherman, Bob Considine, Gloria Loring, Luiz Henrique, Jan Murray, Dorothy Loudon, Michael J. Pollard, Emily Yancy, London Lee, Mrs. Richard Hughes, A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, The Best TV Shows About Being in Your 30s.
, Pollard was married to actress Beth Howland, with whom he had one daughter, Holly Howland.  In 1965, he played the role of "Jingles" in the episode "The Princess and the Paupers" on the ABC crime drama, Honey West, starring Anne Francis..
9:00 PM PST His parents were both of Polish descent. , He also appeared in a first-season episode of Irwin Allen's Lost In Space as a nameless Peter Pan-like boy who lives in the dimension behind all mirrors ("The Magic Mirror"). Pollard had his earliest screen roles in television, with multiple appearances in programs broadcast during 1959. There is something about Pollard that is absolutely original and seems to strike audiences as irresistibly funny and deserving of affection. , In 1974, he played the role of a young man dying of cancer, in the season one opening episode, "The Time of His Life", of the trucking TV series Movin' On.
She later took on numerous telefilm roles, including You Can't Take It with You (as Essie) and A Caribbean Mystery. Michael John Pollard (May 30, 1939 – November 20, 2019) was an American character actor and comedian, mainly known for his supporting role as C.W. Moss in the film Bonnie and Clyde (1967), for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
May he rest in peace! Toy manufacturer AMT released “Michael J. Pollard Flower Power 1936 Ford”, a 1:25 toy car model replica decked out in paisley which Pollard drove in “Hannibal Brooks” (1969) movie.  In 1962, Pollard appeared in the short-lived Robert Young comedy/drama series Window on Main Street in the episode "The Boy Who Got Too Many Laughs".
Cherubic, wispy-haired looks made his typecasting as impish or eccentric characters somehow inevitable.
 He was the son of Sonia V. (née Dubanowich) and Michael John Pollack, a bar manager.