(Illustrated Autobiography) "Moe Howard & the Three Stooges: The Pictorial Biography of the Wildest Trio in the History of American Entertainment" Reissued by Citadel Press in 1996. ISBN 0806507233 (1996 reissue)
6 Print Biographies |
7 Portrayals |
1 Article |
The 3 Stooges | Harry Moses Horwitz | Fine and Howard Howard | Harry Howard | Howard Fine and Howard | Howard | Moe | Three Stooges | the Three Stooges | The Three Stooges
5' 3½" (1.61 m)
Did You Know?
[on his former boss, mentor and friend, actor/comedian Ted Healy
, who died under mysterious circumstances (according to one theory, after a drunken argument) while in his early 40s] When sober, Ted was the essence of refinement; when under the influence, he became a foul-mouthed, vicious character. Liquor had killed his father and uncle and destroyed his sister's life. When Ted was young, I ...
In the 23 years The Three Stooges
worked for Columbia Pictures, they were never completely aware of how popular or how financially successful they were. It was only after the group stopped making shorts that Moe discovered how much more money the act could have earned.
He always played the "Boss Stooge", ordering around the others, insulting them and slapping them around and worse when they goofed up, which was often.