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- July 17, 1995
- Vol. 44
- No. 3
In His Hay Day He Happily Played Straight Man to a Talking Horse
In truth, Ed, who died in 1973, got star treatment on the show and shared a warm relationship with his human counterpart. When reprimanded by his trainer, "Ed would come right over to me, like, 'Look what he said to me!' " recalls Young. "He had a great personality. Inquisitive and docile. That's what Ed was."
Now 75, Young, who is separated from his wife of 43 years, Virginia, and the father of three grown children, is still doing film (Beverly Hills Cop 3) and voice-over work. On a shelf in the dining room of his Studio City, Calif., condo is the 1950 Best Actor Emmy he won for a pre-Mister Ed series, The Alan Young Show. But centered on his mantel are a pair of even more treasured mementos: two bamboo-colored porcelain horses. "Ed as he was on the show," says Young, "and Ed as a colt."
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