|Born||in Vienna, Austria|
|Birth Name||Alexander Rosenfield|
Mini Bio (1)
Alexander King, by his own admission, had a very checkered career before becoming racontuer on residence during the Jack Parr years of "The Tonight Show", enjoying a status similar to that of Myron Cohen during the early Carson years. A veteran newspaperman turned press agent, he published his various anecdotes in a series of off-beat books that were very popular at the time, most notably "May This House Be Safe from Tigers." Nearly forgotten today, King, who claimed to have been married five times, was a fixture on the TV talk show circuit from roughly the mid-1950s until his death in 1965.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Bob Sorrentino
|Margie King||(? - 16 November 1965) ( his death)|