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The person who played Herbert Ruggles Tarlek, Jr. or Herb Tarlek is Frank Bonner. Born Frank Woodrow Boers Jr. on Feberuary 28, 1942 in Little Rock, Arkansas, he began his acting career in the 1967 film entitled The Equinox … A Journey into the Unknown which was remade in 1970 wherein the title was changed to Equinox. It was in 1978 when he starred in WKRP in Cincinnati, a sitcom about the staff of the fictional radio station located in Cincinnati, Ohio.

He starred alongside Gary Sandy as Andy Travis, Godon Jump as Arthur Carlson, Howard Hesseman as Dr. Johnny Fever, Richard Sanders as Les Nessman, Loni Anderson as Jennifer Marlowe, Tim Reid as Venus Flytrap and Jan Smithers as Bailey Quarters, to name a few.

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Zaraki Kenpachi is a character from the famous anime Bleach. Kenpachi Zaraki’s Bankai is a wave of powerful energy that is strong enough to destroy the nearby buildings. Kenpachi turns red when he is in this form with numerous black markings on his face.

He also gets horns on his forehead, giving him a devilish resemblance to oni. His blade also changes state. It now becomes a rough clever, with numerous jags on its edges. When Kenpachi is in his Bankai mode, he has tremendous energy and power, which allows him to defeat his enemies in single strikes from a distance.

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Eddie Kaspbrak is one of the main characters in the hit horror fim 'It' he also has Munchausen Syndrome. Eddie is a member of a group of kids in the film that is referred to as 'the loser's club' in the film Pennywise the Clown preys on whatever his victim's greatest fears are.

Eddie seems to have inherited Munchausen's from his mom as she fears the same things he does and has greatly influenced his own fears. Munchausen's auses those affected by it to have irrational fear of infectious diseases.

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The person who played Herb Melnick’s sister is Judy Greer. Born Judith Therese Evans on July 20, 1975 in Detroit, Michigan. She is best known as Judy Greer who starred in films such as What Women Want in 2000, The Wedding Planner in 2001, 13 Going on 30 in 20014, 27 Dresses in 2008, Love & Other Drugs in 2010, The Descendants in 2011, Carrie in 2013, Jurassic World and Ant-Man in 2015.

It was in 2007 when she first appeared on the episode Smooth as a Ken Doll in the fourth season of Two and a Half Men wherein she portrayed Myra Melnick, Herb’s younger sister. This was the only episode wherein Myra appeared and although Judy Greer went back on the show during the 9th season, she portrayed a different character.

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