Wrote for "The Admiral Broadway Revue" (1949), Your Show of Shows (1950-1954), Caesar's Hour (1955-1957), and "Sid Caesar Invites You" with such comedy greats as Mel Tolkin, Gary Belkin, Sheldon Keller, Dave Caesar, Aaron Ruben, Neil and Danny Simon, Michael Stewart, Larry Gelbart, Woody Allen, and Carl Reiner.
4 Print Biographies |
16 Interviews |
8 Articles |
5 Pictorials |
5 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 5" (1.65 m)
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On Buster Keaton
(1895-1966): I don't think he was a genius. Einstein was a genius; Buster Keaton was astonishing. I've never seen any human being able to perform as brilliantly and gracefully with such unusually gifted timing. There was only one Keaton. His eyes shone with a certain intensity, fire and love. His face had little expression, but his eyes were always dynamically alive. His eyes ...
Was considered for the role of Dr. Sam Loomis in Halloween
Visual or verbal gags where the characters break the fourth wall and reference the fact that they're in a movie.