Butch Patrick and Happy Derman as Eddie
Right: Credits from the regular series
Lower Right: The credits from the pilot episode
Below: Nate "Happy" Derman growls in the pilot episode
Happy Derman played Eddie in the pilot
Colorized collectors card of Eddie
Eddie the caddy
Eddie watching his Dad tee off
"Happy" Derman and Butch Patrick as Eddie
Nate Derman has appeared in a movie and a few other television shows:
Mr. Ed - "Ed's Juice Stand," Episode #1, 1965.
The Beverly Hillbillies - boy #2
Family Jewels - 7/1/65, with Jerry Lewis.
Summer Fun - "Little Leathernecks," Pilot episode, 1966.
have been fortunate to get in contact with Nate. I will add his
biography here later, but I want him to have some input into what the
bio says. I know he values his privacy.
Butch Patrick's real name is Patrick Lilley and was
born on August 2, 1953, in Los Angeles. His film and TV credits include:
Shortly after The Munsters wasn't renewed, on 9/29/1969, Butch appeared in an episode
in season 2, episode 1 of Adam-12 as Tony Nicola. From the sound of his
voice, his voice was at the beginning to lower. See two shots from that
In 1971, Butch starred in the Saturday morning kid's series, "Lidsville," opposite Charles Nelson Reilly. This show lasted until 1973. Butch appeared that year in several teen magazines.
In 1983 he formed his own band, Eddie and the Monsters, and put out a single, "Whatever Happened to Eddie?"
Butch has appeared in the following TV shows and movies:
Butch is still active in entertainment. In 2008, he appeared in the movies, It Came from Trafalgar and Soupernatural (along with Pat Priest). Butch now lives in St. Petersburg Beach, Florida and maintains the official Munsters website.
Eddie's StatsEdward "Eddie" Wolfgang Munster was born 1955 and wears a Little Lord Fauntleroy suit. He carries his doll, "Wolfie" around wherever he goes.
Education:Enrolled in fifth grade at Mocking Bird Heights Elementary School.
Achievements:Wrote school composition titled "My Parents, an Average American Family" (written in blood ink); won several ribbons for track competition at school.
Happy Derman appears anything but happy in this shot
Eddie's Doll Wolfie
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