Joe Flynn began his career as a ventriloquist and radio disc jockey. From stage and radio and with the onset of television, Joe made his mark appearing in sitcoms The Life of Riley and The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. He made the talk show and variety show…more
Flynn has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In April, 1974, Flynn was beaten and robbed of a watch at a motel in Florence, South Carolina.
Flynn was a member of the Actors Branch.
In 1950 Flynn conducted a unsuccessful campaign for a seat in the Ohio Senate as a Republican.
Flynn spent three years in the Army Medical Corps.
Flynn attended the University of Notre Dame.