Jerry Houser, an American character and voice actor in both film and television was born on July 14, 1952, in Los Angeles, California. Since appearing in Summer of '42 in 1971, an American drama film directed by Robert Mulligan, Houser has acted in several films, animated series, TV series, and commercials. He played the role of a taxi driver in the 1978 psychological horror film Magic, written by the novelist William Goldman. In the 1988 movie A Very Brady Christmas, Houser acted as Wally Logan, Marcia's husband who was fired from his job. Among the television series he appeared in are M*A*S*H as Danker, The Brady Brides as Wally Logan, and The Adventures of McGee and Me! as Phillip "Phil" Monroe Sr. Houser is also known for his notable voice works including Goof Troop, acting as Duke; Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, acting as Hank Pym; and Darkness Before Dawn, acting as Jellyfish. Houser's voice is recorded on the voice message system of Disney Movie Club.