Announces he'll return to Broadway for 54 performances only encoring his one-man show "700 Sundays," in November at New York City's Imperial Theatre.
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5' 7" (1.7 m)
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[on his life as a university student] I have to admit I was a little bit of a misfit. I was a film directing major at NYU - I'm still not sure why I became a directing major when I was really an actor and a comedian. It was a class of film people and my professor was Marty [Martin Scorsese
]. Mr. Scorsese, as I called him, which I still do when I see him because he gave me a C.
His paternal grandparents were Russian Jewish immigrants. His maternal grandfather was an Austrian Jewish immigrant, and his maternal grandmother was born in New York, to a Russian Jewish father and a Lithuanian Jewish mother (from Ariogala, Kaunas).
His act often has imitations of people from the 1930s-40s