|Born||in New York City, New York, USA|
|Died||in Los Angeles, California, USA (pneumonia)|
|Birth Name||Julius Henry Marx|
|Height||5' 7½" (1.71 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
The bushy-browed, cigar-smoking wise-cracker with the painted-on moustache and stooped walk was the leader of The Marx Brothers. With one-liners that were often double entendres, Groucho never cursed in any of his performances and said he never wanted to be known as a dirty comic. With a great love of music and singing (The Marx Brothers started as a singing group), one of the things Groucho was best known for was his rendition of the song "Lydia the Tattooed Lady."
- IMDb Mini Biography By: John Nehrenz
From the late 1940s through 1961, he was the highly successful host of You Bet Your Life (1950) a quiz show on radio and television. His son, Arthur Marx, is a successful writer of biographies and TV scripts. Arthur complained about his father always being "on". If he asked Groucho about something serious or personal, Groucho would reply with one-liners.
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|Eden Hartford||(17 July 1954 - 4 December 1969) ( divorced)|
|Kay Marvis||(24 February 1945 - 12 May 1951) ( divorced) ( 1 child)|
|Ruth Johnson||(4 February 1920 - 15 July 1942) ( divorced) ( 2 children)|
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Personal Quotes (61)
|A Night at the Opera (1935)||$175,000 + 15% of gross|
|A Day at the Races (1937)||$175,000 + 15% of gross|