Volume 53, Number 33

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, August 18, 2016

The Mayberry Deputy / David Browning” to be here for Independence Day Celebration

The Mayberry Deputy / David Browning” to be here for Independence Day Celebration“The Mayberry Deputy” David Browning has been booked for the Town of Byrdstown’s Independence Day Celebration Saturday, June 30th from 3:00-7:00 p.m.
For 40 years, David Browning has been a popular improvisational actor, speaker & host, using such characters as The Mayberry Deputy, Abe Lincoln and Scrooge to provide non-offensive, thoughtful, memorable performances. While honoring law enforcement, Browning’s Mayberry Deputy incorporates costume, gestures, facial expressions and audience participation to provide an atmosphere of good clean fun. With over 5,000 performances in 35 states and Canada to over five million people, Browning has been privileged to work with many stage, screen, music and sports celebrities. He was honored to open for Don Knott, actor & original "Barney Fife" who said of Browning, “The Mayberry Deputy/ David Browning is A BRIDGE between the Andy Griffith Show and today.”
Browning has been privileged to work with many other original stars of the “Andy Griffith Show” including George Lindsay "Goober", Howard Morris "Earnest T. Bass", Maggie Peterson "Charlene Darlin" and James Best, “Jim Lindsey” and “Rosco P. Coltrane” of Dukes of Hazzard.
Video appearances include Confederate Railroad’s “Elvis and Andy”, Black Hawk “Who’s Gonna Rock Ya”, video, H.R. Cook’s “Viginia’s in the South”, VW Boys “What Ever Happened to Mayberry”; also training films for Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Eastman Chemical ERI Ladder Safety Video.

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