Actor Stanley Brock was active on television and films from the 1970s to the 1990s (his last film was Mel Brooks' Life Stinks ). From January through March 1986, Brock was a regular on the TV sitcom He's the Mayor. The actor played Ivan Bronski, the neighbor of a fictional 25-year-old black mayor (Kevin Hooks). Before that, Stanley Brock was mired in several failed TV pilots, including The Bureau (1976), Every Stray Dog and Kid (1981), Palms Precinct (1982) and 13 13th Avenue (1983). The credits of the long-running documentary series Wild Kingdom also list a "Stan Brock" as one of the program's many hosts, though chances are we're talking about two different people here.