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By Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

Entertainer Chick Vennera, who moved on top of left vehicles outside a disco in “Express gratitude toward God It’s Friday” and played Enrique Mas on “The Golden Girls,” kicked the bucket Wednesday, his girl said. He was 74.

The entertainer’s girl, Nicky Vennera, said her dad kicked the bucket in Burbank in the wake of fighting cellular breakdown in the lungs, as per The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline.

Chick Vennera played Marv “Leatherman” Gomez in 1978′s disco film, “Express gratitude toward God It’s Friday,” wearing cowhide from head to toe while moving outside of a Los Angeles disco, USA Today revealed. He featured with Donna Summer and Valerie Landsburg, as per IMDb.com.

He additionally showed up in a few scenes of “The Golden Girls” in 1989 as indicated by IMDb.com. Vennera played shopper journalist Enrique Mas, supervisor of Betty White’s person, Rose Nylund, as per The Hollywood Reporter.

Vennera was a voice entertainer who dealt with “Animaniacs,” “Foofur,” “Legislative hall Critters,” “Darkwing Duck,” “The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest,” “Cow and Chicken”and “Batman Beyond,” as indicated by The Hollywood Reporter.

Vennera likewise played bean rancher Joe Mondragon in 1988′s “The Milagro Beanfield War,” the site detailed. He likewise worked in “Yanks” and in excess of 40 different movies, NBC News detailed.

Brought into the world on March 27, 1947, in Herkimer, New York, Francis Vennera contemplated acting at the Pasadena Playhouse, as indicated by The Hollywood Reporter. Subsequent to serving in the U.S. Armed force, he went through two years with Disney on Parade as an artist, trapeze artist and comedian on a North American visit, NBC News announced. He likewise showed up as Sonny in the public organization creation of “Oil,” the organization detailed.

In 1975, he appeared on TV with jobs in scenes of “Lucas Tanner” and “Baretta.” He additionally landed parts on “Vega$,” “T.J. Prostitute,” “Night Court” and “Frantic About You,” as per The Hollywood Reporter.

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