Childhood actors have a hard go of it. Ken Weatherwax has dealt with being a child acting in a healthy way. He was born on September 29, 1955. Ken got his start in show biz in early in the 1960s with Gleem Toothpaste commercials as a child called Chester. He had a brief, but memorable acting career. In fact, the only acting part he has had with Pugsley. He did such a good job on the original television series, that he received the roles in three versions of the series. In 1973 he was the voice of Pugsley in the 1973 animated version. In 1977 provided the voice of Pugsley again in "The All New Addams Family Halloween" cartoon special. Though Ken has always enjoyed Pugsley, he felt more comfortable behind the scenes. He has had a vocation as a grip for some long running televisions shows such as "The A-Team" and "Full House." It is not all childhood acts can move away from the lime light and make a successful life for themselves. It is of great credit to this man and his support systems that he has become personally successful with his life.