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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 4 November 1961New Jersey, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Jerry Sadowitz was born on November 4, 1961 in New Jersey, USA. He is an actor and writer, known for The People of New York vs. Jerry Sadowitz (2001), The Jerry @trick Show (2000) and The People vs. the Edinburgh Fringe (1998).

Trivia (3)

Dedicated fan of film music composer, John Barry. Has used his music to introduce his live shows.
Was knocked unconscious by an enraged audience member at the Montreal Comedy Festival after he opened his set with "Hello moose-fuckers" and then proceeded to say "I'll tell you why I hate Canada - half of you speak French and the other half let them!"
His BBC show, The Pall Bearer's Revue (1992), attracted a record number of complaints from viewers and was subsequently moved to a graveyard time-slot in the schedule. The BBC has stated that this show will never be re-aired or released on video/DVD.

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