An accomplished film actor, John Myhers brought laughter to countless audiences while playing various roles over the course of his Hollywood career. Myhers's earliest roles were in film, including the Robert Morse comedic adaptation "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" (1967), the comedy "The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell" (1968) with Bob Hope and the adaptation "Willard" (1971) with Bruce Davison. He also appeared in "1776" (1972) with John Cullum, the Kurt Russell comedy "Now You See Him, Now You Don't" (1972) and the comedy "Snowball Express" (1972) with Dean Jones. His film career continued throughout the seventies in productions like the comedy "Train Ride to Hollywood" (1975) with Bloodstone, "The Shaggy D.A." (1976) and the Robert Foxworth adventure "Treasure of Matecumbe" (1976). He also appeared in the Joey Heatherton comedy "The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington" (1977). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" (ABC, 1974-75). He also lent his voice to "Hello, Larry" (NBC, 1978-1981). Toward the end of his career, he tackled roles in the comedy "The Billion Dollar Hobo" (1978) with Tim Conway, the comedy "The Prize Fighter" (1979) with Tim Conway and "History of the World Part I" (1981) with Mel Brooks. Additionally, he appeared on the television special "The Dooley Brothers" (CBS, 1978-79). Myhers more recently directed "Terror in Beverly Hills" (1991).