Joey Forman worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Forman started his Hollywood career by acting in comedies like "The Atomic Kid" (1954) starring Mickey Rooney, "The Twinkle in God's Eye" (1955) with Mickey Rooney and Coleen Gray and "Andy Hardy Comes Home" (1958). He also appeared in "The Big Operator" (1959) with Mickey Rooney and Steve Cochran and "The Errand Boy" (1961) with Jerry Lewis. He worked in television in his early acting career, including a part on "Hey Mulligan" (1953-55). His film career continued throughout the sixties and the seventies in productions like "The Wheeler Dealers" (1963), the Ewa Aulin comedy adaptation "Candy" (1968) and "The Boatniks" (1970) with Robert Morse. He held additional roles in television including a part on "M*A*S*H" (1972-1983). Additionally, he appeared in a number of television specials, including "Barney and Me" (1972-73) and "A Lucille Ball Special Starring Lucille Ball and Dean Martin" (1974-75). Forman last acted in the comedy "The Nude Bomb" (1980) with Don Adams.