Luis Ávalos

Luis Avalos (born September 2, 1946) is a Cuban character actor. He has made numerous film and television appearances, most notably in the 1970s children's television show, The Electric Company. He joined the show in season two, playing, most notably, Doctor Doolots.

Avalos also starred as Jesse Rodriguez on the short-lived situation comedy Condo with McLean Stevenson, and also on the short-lived situation comedy E/R with Elliott Gould and Mary McDonnell, playing Dr. Tomas Esquivel. He also starred in the comedy The Ringer as Stavi with Johnny Knoxville.

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Spidey Super Stories - Episodes - 1974–1975
... Fly (Luis Avalos), a mutated half-fly, half-human plans to turn the world's inhabitants into the same type of mutant ... She assaults two citizens (Luis Avalos and Skip Hinnant) with an oversized boxing glove hidden inside her coat a la Napoleon's famous pose ... hive and foils her plans by webbing her minion, The Beekeeper (Luis Avalos), but the other mutated bee-humans sting Spidey repeatedly while she escapes ...
Spidey Super Stories - Episodes - 1975–1976
... Title Narrator Summary "The Birthday Bandit" Luis Avalos The Birthday Bandit (Jim Boyd), dressed in a multi-colored suit, steals birthday party items ... Spidey Meets the Blowhard" Janina Matthews A man in a tuxedo and cape (Luis Avalos), who fancies himself as the Big Bad Wolf, plots revenge on Fargo North Decoder (Sk ... Spidey Meets the Sitter" A young man (Luis Avalos) decides it would be fun to don an old lady's wig and dress, in order to take jobs as a baby-sitter as an opportunity to steal ...
The Electric Company - Sketches
... parody with an evil scientist (Morgan Freeman) and his assistant Igor (Luis Avalos), who tried to read words associated with their experiments "Monolith" Animated short, set in outer space ... Pedro's Plant Place" Featured Luis Avalos as a garden-shop proprietor who incorporated words into his planting tips, accompanied by the plant-language-sp ... The Six Million Dollar Man in seasons five and six, with Jim Boyd as Steve Awesome, Luis Avalos as Awesome's boss Oscar and Hattie Winston as the General the other adult cast members played villains ...

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