Birth Place:New York, New York, U.S.
Full Name:Bronson Alcott Pinchot
Date of Birth:May 20, 1959
Education:Yale University, South Pasadena High School
About Bronson Alcott Pinchot
After the change of career track, Pinchot has starred in movies like “Beverly Hills Cops”, “The First Wives Club” and some others. His fame accounts mostly for his role in the sitcom “Perfect Strangers” where he essayed the role of Balki Bartokomous. On the television show “$25,000 Pyramid”, he was enquired by the host Dick Clark, what he did before he became an actor. He said that he worked in a leather key chain factory for a couple of years, working for 12 hours daily.
In 2002, Pinchot became a member of Freemasonry and he has interest in ancient Greek architecture. He has purchased six properties in Harford, Pennsylvania because he wants the town to retain the look from the 1800s. He is also a name to be reckoned with the restoration of the manor of the state senator, Edward Jones.
Born to Rosina and Henry Pinchot in Manhattan in 1959, Pinchot was brought up in Pasadena. He passed out as class valedictorian from the South Pasadena High School and he studied in Yale University as a scholarship student later on. Pinchot has two brothers and a sister. One of his brothers, Justin Pinchot has starred with him in a “Perfect Strangers” episode.
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