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Doodles Weaver

Comedian Doodles Weaver was an integral person in Spike Jones’ Town Slickers through the years subsequent World Battle II. Given birth to Winstead Sheffield Weaver in LA on, may 11, 1911, he gained the child years nickname “Doodlebug” from his mom in mention of his unusual, malleable appears. While going …

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Jamie Kilstein

A leftist comedian whose materials is informed by progressive politics as well as the chaos of modern lifestyle, Jamie Kilstein was created in Washington, D.C. on, may 17, 1982. Kilstein and his two siblings spent the majority of their youth in Pennington, NJ, and by his very own entrance, once …

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Martin & Lewis

Though their present show-biz personas (Martin like a boozy crooner, Lewis as an obnoxious telethon host) seem miles aside, at onetime Martin & Lewis were arguably the final great comedy team to exist. Their tv, nightclub, and film appearances were unequalled successes, producing them youngsters heroes and the latest act …

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Paula Poundstone

Comedian Paula Poundstone was one of the talented feminine comics to go up to prominence in the past due ’80s (Roseanne Barr, Ellen DeGeneres, Judy Tenuta, Rita Rudner, etc.), even though her career continuing to flourish with Television work through the entire ’90s, a shocking allegation threatened to derail her …

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Dr. West’s Medicine Show & Junk Band

Odder compared to the Jim Kweskin Jug Music group and even more aligned using the right folk/jug band custom compared to the Holy Modal Rounders were, Dr. West’s Medication Show & Rubbish Music group were among the greater notable 1960s organizations that up to date the old-timey/jug music group spirit …

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Mike Nichols & Elaine May

In the wake of Shelly Berman’s successful sit-down-on-a-stool vignettes, it had been inevitable a male/feminine duo would emerge in the pack mining similar turf, as well as the team of Nichols & May embodied it perfectly. Ultimately breaking up by the first ’60s, Elaine May became associated with the Broadway …

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Zappa Plays Zappa

After taking a lot more than 3 years off to review the physical performance and technical compositional techniques of his father, Frank Zappa, Dweezil Zappa began his search to make a combo that could, according to Dweezil, “accurately execute Frank’s music in one of the most authentic way humanly possible.” …

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Zane Lamprey

A comic, actor, sponsor, and semi-regular about Humor Central and VH1, Zane Lamprey was created in Syracuse, NY, about Apr 2, 1976. His accurate calling ended up being his knack for “option” travel displays, like the drinking-all-over-the-world display Three Sheets around the MOJO HD network and also have Fork, Will …

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Dayton Allen

A veteran of television’s start, Allen logged with time on from Steve Allen to Howdy Doody, developing his offbeat heroes, usually employed in dialect. His catchphrase became the name of his lone documented effort, released in the height from the comedy album trend.

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Pierre Desproges

Pierre Desproges was, together with Coluche and Thierry Le Luron, among France’s preferred humorists in the 1980s. Gifted having a sharp love of life, an incredible convenience of prose, and an excellent culture, he began his profession in the press, learning to be a journalist for L’Aurore, where his progressively …

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