In the 1960s he starred in a triple role a 30-minute pilot film for "The Mouse That Roared", directed by Jack Arnold
(who directed the original theatrical film starring Peter Sellers
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When I did comedy I made fun of myself. If there was a buffoon, I played the buffoon. And people looked at me and said, "Gee, that's like Uncle David", or "That's like a friend of mine.". And they related through that. I didn't make fun of them. I made fun of me.
Made his Broadway debut performing in the 1948 revue "Make Mine Manhattan", which featured "The Five Dollar Date", one of Sid's first original pieces in which he sang, acted, double-talked, pantomimed and wrote the music.
Comedy acts involving ordinary people in unrealistic situations