Smokey the Hare
Late Show with David Letterman
(performer: "Somethin' Stupid" - uncredited, "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" - uncredited)
(lyrics: "Bastard in the Sand Goodbye Al Qaeda" - uncredited / performer: "Bastard in the Sand Goodbye Al Qaeda" - uncredited)
(performer: "Don't Kill Yourself at the Holidays")
(performer: "Springtime makes me want to cheat on my wife")
(performer: "THE BALLAD OF THE THREE AMIGOS", "MY LITTLE BUTTERCUP", "BLUE SHADOWS")
Himself - Guest
Himself - Special Guest
(TV series documentary)
(2006) Stage: Appeared on Broadway
in "Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me"
2 Magazine Cover Photos
5' 7½" (1.71 m)
Did You Know?
[observation, 2013] The thing that I try to avoid is anything that is long-term - a long run of something, a long tour of something, involvement in a sitcom that requires me showing up every week. I'm 62 now. I've been doing this for forty years, and what's appealing to me is making it very eclectic. It keeps me more interested than just doing one thing.
Older brother David was killed in a car accident in 1962. His mother, Olive Short, was a child prodigy of the violin, and the first female concert-mistress in North America. She was concert-mistress for the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. She married Short's father, Charles Patrick Short, in 1935 - an Irish VP of Canada's largest steel company who came to North America as a stowaway...