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Real Name:

Jay Waverly North

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Jay North

Category: Childhood Stars
Submitted By: stuntpope
Posted Date: April 14, 2005
Last Updated: November 3, 2014
 
 
Jay North
Claim to fame: Jay North is best know as the pint-sized,energetic, 7-year-old child actor won the hearts and laughs of millions of TV viewers in the title role of the 1959 series Dennis the Menace which was based on the popular Hank Ketchum comic strip and ran 4 seasons through 1963, making young Jay North one of the most "in-demand" child stars of the early 1960s guesting on TV variety shows and sitcoms.
Jay eventually slid into teen roles in the Maya series and as the voice of Bamm-Bamm on the Flinstones/Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm cartoon shows of the 1970s.
 
 
Jay North
Where are they now? Jay North sadly followed the by now "predictable" and "typical" path of "has-been" former child stars by becomming a tabloid sample of drugs, bankruptcy & obscurity.

By the 1990s Jay has claimed recovery and a happy marriage(his third).

By 2002 he was reported to be working as a prison guard in Florida.
 
 
 
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Johnny Hammond said:
July 26, 2012 1:00 PM
I am a big fan of the T.V. show "Dennis the Menace" and I have all the videos of Dennis the menace. Its mainly because Jay North brings such good laughter even in this present age thats good and clean. I also am a Actor/Singer. But most of all im a Christian frist and a Pastor of a nondenomanational Church in Hendersonville,Tennesse, so finding something that I like thats also clean so that I can invite my friends/family over to my house to watch with me is not easy to find nowadays. I don't care at all to hear filthy jokes and things that some people say is funny on t.v. or movie(s). Thats why this show "Dennis the Menace" is something not to be ashamed of when I see it and others see it with me. I see this (once was) T.V. show and laugh so hard I almost fall in the floor. And not only me, but everyone that I have come over to my House to see one of my videos I have of this show the same responce happens. Im so blessed to have Jay North in my home (so to speak) haha.....In the Bible (Proverbs, 17:22) to be exact says that A merry(or cheerful) heart works good like a medicine. And Dennis The Menace for sure brings laughter, cheerfulness, and a good feeling everytime I view it. I want to say in closing.......God bless you, Jay North and all those who worked with you as a team. May the life you live always bring Glory to our Lord and Saviour Christ Jesus. Truely, J. Hammond.
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Jo Mayhall said:
November 27, 2012 8:18 PM
I hope Jay North reads my comment below:

I have Dennis the Menace on my T.V. right this minute. I am enjoying it so much, I plan to shop for the DVD to give to my grandchildren for Christmas.

Jay, I wish you the best in your life.
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john e. schafer said:
February 14, 2014 3:31 AM
i had my picture taken with jay north in the early 60's at a amusement park in tennesee. I still have the picture.
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Jessie Smith said:
October 18, 2014 3:25 PM
Simple shows from before the 80's are the best. My wife has discovered METV's "Leave It To Beaver" and loves it. (She is 55 and has never seen it.) We watch shows like Daniel Boone, Star Trek, Lucy, etc. Wholesome non-nasty entertainment and many with moral morales.
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Kathleen Rhodes said:
June 22, 2015 8:43 AM
what!
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alexis said:
September 19, 2016 3:50 PM
I love him but he got hit by anut and uncle that bade I feel so sorry for him love
mia
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John S Stryker said:
May 16, 2017 4:16 PM
Jay North also served a stint in the US Navy, 1977-1979
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keith j. walker said:
August 16, 2017 12:31 AM
I was the one next to you for the part on tv..623-418-7745
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