Can you recognize these classic TV stars on old album covers?

Think you still know these television actors as models on a record sleeve?

Some stars were more than just a familiar face on your TV screen. Some were familiar faces in the record store racks!

You know these actors from classic television series. They also happened to model for album sleeves — both for their own records and others.

See if you can recognize these stars. Maybe you'll find one in a bin near you.
  1. He sure knew how to laugh — and make us laugh. He starred in which series?
  2. Here is an album from 1974 called 'The Dirty Old Man.' You might know this fellow better as which character?
  3. In 1995, the punk band Lagwagon released its album 'Hoss.' Who is the actor on the record sleeve?
  4. Who is this star on the cover of 1961's 'Remembers How They Stopped the Show'?
  5. You might now the model on this provocatively titled 1959 album better as what character?
  6. This Lalo Schifrin platter from 1968 has which actor all over the cover?
  7. She released 'Down to Earth' in 1967. But you know her better for portraying…?
  8. This actress offered up her 'Portrait' in 1978.
  9. If you search the cover of this 1964 soundtrack, you'll find the face of which TV character?
  10. She shook maracas on the cover of Raoul Martinez's 'Cha Cha Cha.' You know her best for playing which TV character?
  11. Here's a familiar model on the cover of the 1958 album 'Melody of Love.' You know her better as…?
  12. Finally, this actress from 'The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis' appeared on the cover of Matthew Sweet's 1991 album 'Girlfriend.'

Can you recognize these classic TV stars on old album covers?

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Rickey 2 months ago
You got 11 out of 12
Cha cha cha! Well done! Do a little victory dance.
Runeshaper 2 months ago
You got 8 out of 12
Well, don't sweat it. It was all just for laughs.
LindaWilliams 7 months ago
11/12 missed 12
Bad picture it don't look like Tuesday Weld to me
EllisClevenger 7 months ago
You got 9 out of 12
Cha cha cha! Well done! Do a little victory dance.
Missed #5, #8, and #10.
TinaMarieHaddadRhodes 7 months ago
12/12 Cha cha cha! Well done! Do a little victory dance!
augustavo 7 months ago
12/12 All were easy, except I might have missed #12 had I not watched Dobie Gillis just two nights ago.
Geronimo 8 months ago
Cha Cha Cha...............12/12
Babysugar 8 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
Cha cha cha! Well done! Do a little victory dance.
Lacey 8 months ago
I STILL have the Lynda Carter Album.
12/12
Bobbo 8 months ago
12/12 although I totally guessed on the last one.
UTZAAKE 8 months ago
11/12. Flubbed #7. Should've went with my gut feeling.
12. How many of you out there remember when this album was so ubiquitous back in 1991, especially if you lived in Chicago and was a regular WXRT listener back then?
daDoctah 8 months ago
Of course we all recognized Peter Falk on that Rat Pack cover, but mentioning Joe Friday makes some of us pine for the inclusion of "Pete Kelly's Blues".
Edward 8 months ago
C'mon, is that all you've got !?!?!?!?
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