Sandy Helberg Movies and Career Information
Sandy Helberg (born May 28, year unknown) is a German American actor. Helberg was born in Frankfurt, Germany and grew up in Toledo, Ohio. He has starred in several comedy films, including three Mel Brooks films: High Anxiety, History of the World: Part 1 and Spaceballs. He also starred in the 1984 comedy film Up the Creek and 1980's The Hollywood Knights. Helberg starred in the short lived 1979 television series Flatbush. He has made guest appearances on many television shows, including M*A*S*H, Knight Rider, Cybill, Married... with Children, The Jeffersons, Remington Steele, Trapper John, M.D., Night Court, Newhart, and Days of our Lives. Helberg was an original member of the Los Angeles improv group, The Groundlings. He was a writer for several television series with his wife and writing partner Harriet Helberg, including The Golden Girls 100th episode, Perfect Strangers, Dear John, Harry and the Hendersons. He was the co-producer of "USO Salute to the Troops" for HBO/TBS. He is married to Harriet Helberg and has two sons, Mason and actor Simon Helberg.