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7 Times Paul Reubens Proved He Is More Than Just PeeWee Herman

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Most of us know him as the one and only PeeWee Herman, but Paul Reubens was a lot more than that. He didn't start off as the iconic character we all recognize so well, and even after he started his show he continued in other parts as well. He has actually had a lot of fairly memorable roles that you may not have even realized were him! Check out the 7 roles that you probably didn't realize were him below!

CBS

The Blues Brothers - Waiter in Chez Paul

Universal Pictures

While his role wasn't enormous, it was one of his first. He had started out in the comedy world as part of The Groundlings.

Mork & Mindy - Dickie Nimitz

ABC

Being able to act alongside Robin Williams is a privilege and Reubens is so lucky.

Batman Returns - Penguin's Father

Warner Bros.

He was responsible for creating the interesting looking Oswald Cobblepot (AKA Penguin) so that's a pretty huge thing.

There are so many more roles that you won't believe you didn't notice before...

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