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1908 – Born on the 14th of December in  Chicago, Illinois .   1922 – He began working in Vaudeville, a multi act theater located in North America.   1924 – He was working in a speakeasy (establishment that was used for selling and drinking              alcoholic beverage).   1930 – He hosted a radio ..

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1953 – Allen was born in Denver, Colorado on the 13th of June. 1976 – Attended Western Michigan University. 1978 – He was arrested on 2nd of October at the airport of Kalamazoo, Michigan, he was carrying a 1.4 pounds of cocaine. Agreed to testify against his partner in exchange for a shorter sentence in ..

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1935 – Allen was born in New York City on December 1, 1935. 1942 – Attended Hebrew school then went to Midwood High School. 1951 – Started writing for Sid Caesar at the age of sixteen. 1954 – He started writing scripts at the age of nineteen for television shows like  The Ed Sullivan Show, ..

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1894 – Fred Allen was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on May 31, 1894. 1932 – He made a successful shows which led to his full-time entry to radio. 1936 – He became a radio comedian. 1937 – He hatched a running gag together with Jack Benny. 1940 – He moved back to CBS with a ..

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1895 – Gracie Allen was born in San Francisco, California on July 26, 1895. 1909 – She became a vaudeville performer with her sister Bessie. 1922 – She teamed up with George Burns to form a comedy act. 1926 – She married to George Burns. 1964 – She died of heart attack in Hollywood, California ..

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1923 – Adams was born in New York City on April 13, 1923. 1939 – Adams served with the United States Marine Corps during World War II in the Pacific Theater and later as a drill instructor. He was the only member of his platoon to survive the Battle of Guadalcanal, but he contracted malaria ..

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1911 – Born on January 6th in Brooklyn Kings County, New York.          – He wrote several humor books like "Complete Encyclopedia of Laughter", "Here’s to the Friars", "Cindy and I", "Joke Book", "The God Bit", "How to Save the Earth With Laughter", "Laugh Your Calories Away", "You Could Die Laughing", and "The Swingers". ..

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1895 – Born on the 2nd of October, in Asbury Park, New Jersey. 1918 – He married Betty Smith, a burlesque dancer and comedienne. 1924 – He started performing in an act with Betty.         – He began working with veteran comedians like Harry Steppe and Harry Evanson. 1930 – He crossed paths with Lou ..

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