Out of the eleven main characters in the show The Hilarious House of Frightenstein, eight were played by Billy Van.
The talented Billy Van did all the voices in the animated documentary series Eureka, a Canadian show that used humor to demonstrate the basic principles of physics.
As an actor in the show The Hilarious House of Frightenstein Billy Van and the other cast and crew shot all 130 episodes in a span of nine months.
As an actor in the show The Hilarious House of Frightenstein Billy Van ad-libbed most of his dialogue.
While he was in High School, Billy Van originally had aspirations to become a lawyer.
Billy Van's father was a vaudeville performer.
Billy Van's last movie performance was as the trainer "Les" in the hockey movie Net Worth released in 1995.
Billy Van battled lung cancer for a year before it took his life in 2003.
Billy Van's show business career began when he was 12 years old as he performed in a singing group with his four brothers.
Billy Van had his own production company, namely "Billy Van Productions".
Billy Van was the announcer for "Colt 45" beer commericals in the United States during the 1970s. He did these commercials for fifteen years.
Billy Van's photo can be found on the wall at the "Canadian Comedy Wall of Fame" at the CBC Broadcast Centre in Toronto, Canada.
Billy Van had triple-bypass heart surgury in 1998.
(Referring to the underestimation of the popularity of the show T"he Hilarious House of Frightenstein")
Billy Van: I have people who stop me on the street and say... they don't say "Billy Van", they say "Dr. Pet Vet" or "Wolfman"... "Griselda"...
(In a 1998 documentarey, referring to the fact that he still gets fan mail)
Billy Van: I am kind of flabbergasted about that I, that work I had done had influenced people that much.