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Michael Jay Meyers
"Mike"
February 7, 1946 - September 14, 2009

"A most happy fella!"


Remembrance from Peter J. Sartorius:

I was so sad to just learn of Michael's death. Mike and I were very close friends in junior high school. We were a "Mutt and Jeff" team who competed in a science fair with an electric windmill and anemometer. We didn't win, but we enjoyed each other's company and friendship. And, of course, I loved seeing Mike in "Goodbye Columbus," which marked the beginning and end of his movie career. I still talk about him in that movie to this day. Although we lost touch after high school, I'm certain he became a wonderful doctor and most likely, husband and father.

My condolences to his family. Peter.

Remembrance from Les Kolpan Carter:

I knew Mike from Issac Young and NRHS and he was one smart guy, a real fine person. He became a doctor and I know how proud his parents were as that was a dream for the family. It is tough to see our friends pass as they were the part of who we are today. God Bless You, old friend. Les.


From the Los Angeles Times, June 1991:
"The Journey Back: Professionals Recovering From Addiction"

Michael Meyers biography on IMDb.com

Information from Geni.com:

Dr. Michael Jay Meyers, M.D.
Birthdate: February 07, 1946, New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York, United States
Death: September 14, 2009 (63), California, United States

Michael Meyers is an actor, known for Goodbye, Columbus (1969) and The David Frost Show (1969). Became a physician. Michael Meyers is also the author of "Goodbye Columbus, Hello Medicine" a memoir.

Immediate Family:
Son of Norman Meyers and Marilyn Meyers
Husband and father
Brother of David E. Meyers


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