JIM J. BULLOCK, American actor, born; An out Gay personality, Bullock became a notable entertainment figure in the 1980s when he co-starred on Too Close for Comfort, and was a regular “square” on John Davidson’s updated version of Hollywood Squares (1986-89). After the sitcom went off the air, Bullock remained active with theater, TV, and film work.
He briefly hosted a syndicated talk show with ex-televangelist, Tammy Faye Baker Messner. The Jim J. and Tammy Faye Show debuted in 1996, but Messner exited the program a few months later following a cancer diagnosis. Bullock continued with new co-host Ann Abernathy, and the show became The Jim J. and Ann Show until it was cancelled soon after. Bullock was the voice of Queer Duck in the animated series of cartoons of the same name which have appeared on both the Internet and the TV channel Showtime.