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He provided the voices for the animated series Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales — and Inspector Gadget — as their title characters.
Adams and his brother Richard who later became prominent as actor Dick Yarmy were each raised in the religion of one parent: Don in the Catholic faith of their mother, and Dick in the Jewish faith of their father.
He was evacuated and then hospitalized for more than a year at a Navy hospital in Wellington, New Zealand.
Following his discharge, Adams held a series of jobs. During a Canadian television interview, he said that he had falsified college credentials and an engineering background to be hired as an engineer designing underground sewers.
His lack of training was not discovered for six months. He later worked as a comic, taking the stage name of Adams after marrying singer Adelaide Dell Efantis, who performed as Adelaide Adams.
They had four daughters, and Adams also worked as a commercial artist and restaurant cashier to help support his family. When they divorced, he kept Adams as his stage name because acting auditions were often held in alphabetical order.
Adams' work on television began in , when he won on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts with a stand-up comedy act written by boyhood friend Bill Dana.
The hotel manager was played by Jonathan Harris who later did a guest role on Get Smart in They were asked to write a spoof that combined elements from two of the most popular film series at the time: the James Bond and Pink Panther Inspector Clouseau movies.
Barbara Feldon co-starred as Max's young and attractive partner later wife , Agent 99 , where she had a great chemistry with Adams throughout the show's run, despite a year age difference.
Although the two were married "on screen", they were never married to each other. Adams gave the character a clipped, unique speaking style.
Feldon said, "Part of the pop fervor for Agent 86 was because Don did such an extreme portrayal of the character that it made it easy to imitate.
In addition to acting, Adams also produced and directed several episodes of the show. Off the set, he occasionally feuded with Jay Sandrich , who served as writer.
He won the award three times. The show moved to CBS for its final season, with ratings declining, as spy series went out of fashion.
Get Smart was canceled in , after episodes. Adams was happy about the show's cancellation, since he wanted to move on to other projects.
His efforts after Get Smart were less successful, including the comedy series The Partners — , a game show called Don Adams' Screen Test — and three attempts to revive the Get Smart series in the s.
Even his movie, The Nude Bomb , was a box-office failure. Adams had been typecast as Maxwell Smart and was unable to escape the image, though he did have success as the voice of Inspector Gadget.
He earned most of his income from his work on stage and in nightclubs. As Adams had chosen a low salary combined with a one-third ownership stake in Get Smart during the show's production, he received a regular income for many years due to the show's popularity in reruns.
Don Adams' Screen Test was a syndicated game show which lasted 26 episodes during the — season. The show was done in two minute segments, in each of which a randomly selected audience member would 'act' to re-create a scene from a Hollywood movie as accurately as possible.
Such moments as the bar scene from The Lost Weekend , the duel scene from The Prisoner of Zenda or the beach scene from From Here to Eternity were used, with Adams directing and a celebrity guest playing the other lead in the scene.
Hokey effects, bad timing, forgotten lines, prop failures and the celebrity's "ad libs" were maximized for comic effect as the audience watched "bloopers" and "outtakes" as they happened.
At the end of the program, the final, serious, fully edited version of the "screen test" of each of the two contestants would be played, with audience reaction determining the winner, who would receive a trip to Hollywood and a real screen test for a motion picture.
Adams was the voice of the title character in Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales — , but he was more famous as the voice of Inspector Gadget in the initial run of that television series — and the Christmas special, as well as in later reprises; he even voiced himself in animated form for a guest shot in an episode of Hanna-Barbera's The New Scooby-Doo Movies , "The Exterminator," which first aired on CBS October 6, Starting in , Adams resurrected the Maxwell Smart character for a series of television commercials for Savemart , a retail chain that sold audio and video equipment.
He attempted a situation-comedy comeback in Canada with Check it Out! His first real success as a comic came when he won an Arthur Godfrey "Talent Scouts" competition in , which led to television variety show appearances on "The Steve Allen Show" and elsewhere.
Adams created the comedy character Byron Glick, an incompetent house detective, who was a precursor to Max. Adams tried comedy writing, producing material for Garry Moore and Mr.
When Mr. Adams's friend Bill Dana got a comedy series, he hired Mr. Adams to regularly play Byron Glick.
The writers first thought of Tom Poston for the Smart role, but Mr. Adams was under contract to NBC. Adams was trying too hard to be funny.
Gould, however, heartily approved of Ms. Feldon, fondly recalling her appearances in Revlon's "Tiger Girl" commercials. Feldon gave Mr.
Adams credit for much of the show's success. Adams took a much smaller salary when offered a chance for a 33 percent piece of the show.
After "Get Smart," Mr. Adams did a short-lived comedy series called "The Partners. He was also the voice of Tennessee Tuxedo in the early 's.
He directed and appeared in commercials, and made many guest appearances on shows like "The Love Boat. Adams was married and divorced three times and had seven children.
His daughter Cecily Adams, an actress and casting director, died in His brother, Dick Yarmy, an actor, died in Writers have noted disarming similarity between Mr.
Adams and Max, his most famous character. The Saturday Evening Post told a story of Mr. Adams looking for money in his pocket to tip a young man who had parked his car.
He had no change, no bill he thought was small enough and could find nothing when he rummaged in his glove compartment.
And pure Maxwell Smart. Several of his lines became popular catchphrases, particularly with young people: "Would you believe?