This guy got his BA from Loyola, and was working on his law degree there until he was dismissed from an internship over murky circumstances. This guy won the Grammy for Best New Artist in 1961, but he is not a singer or musician. This man entered the entertainment industry as a copywriter for a production company in Chicago, and while his first self-titled TV series in 1961 lasted only a season, it earned a Peabody Award. He subsequently had two more self-titled series, each of which had longer runs, in 1972 and 1982. More recently, he has had guest appearances on The Big Bang Theory. Identify this comedian-actor, whose early comedy albums include several referring to his "Button-Down Mind".