1954 – Born on the 15th of June in Chicago, Illinois. Attended College of DuPage and later Southern Illinois University and earned a degree in Speech and Theater Arts. 1977-1980 – Worked with the Chicago theater group The Second City. 1981 – His first demanding role was in Michael Mann’s Thief. 1983-1985 – Appeared on ..
1949 – He was born on the 24th day of January this year in Chicago, Illinois, USA . 1971 – Belushi’s first big break as a comedian occurred when he joined The Second City comedy troupe in Chicago, Illinois. 1972 -he participated in National Lampoon’s Lemmings stage show. 1973 – He aired ..
1943 – Josephina Victoria Occhiuto, born on the 7th of October in Brooklyn, New York. 1968 – Began working as a junior high school English teacher. 1979 – Nearly dying from an ectopic pregnancy, she decided to pursue her dream of a career in comedy, quitting her teaching job and getting a job as a ..
1918 – Born on December 26th in Port-Au-Prince. Theodore Beaubrun, Haiti’s most famous comic actor, journalist, dramatist, teacher, and satirist. 1938 – He composed a decent sketch: Languichatte Avocat. 1941 – Used radio, as a medium for his comical sketches with Jean Faublas, and Georges Karaha. 1942-1943 – He has written many pieces as: Coup ..
1929 – Ronald William George Barker was born 25th of September in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England. Barker attended Oxford High School. 1945 – Ronnie Barker left the school and took a job as a bank clerk. 1948 – He wrote to the Aylesbury Repertory Company and his show business career began. He then worked as an ..
1913 – Jim Backus born 25th of February in Cleveland, Ohio. 1930-1940 – Continued acting in New York, vaudeville, and radio. He was a regular on radio’s The Alan Young Show, portraying Eastern Seaboard snob Hubert Updike III, the prototype for his "Thurston Howell III. 1949 – Provided the voice of the nearsighted Mr. Magoo ..
US actor starred in television series "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" 1970-1977 (as Lou Grant), "Lou Grant" 1977-1982 (as Lou Grant) president of Screen Actors Guild 1981-1985 2.7 / 5 ( ..
1917 – He was born on the 2nd day of March this year in Santiago, Cuba. His father served in the Cuban House of Representatives and became Santiago’s youngest mayor. 1936 – He began his career as a professional musician in this year, playing guitar and percussion for a Latin orchestra. 1937 – ..
1905 – Born on December 28th in Toledo, Ohio. Comedian, actor, pianist, composer and songwriter. – Famous for his role as "Charley Weaver". 1923 – He was a night club pianist, later joining the Henry Halstead orchestra. 1956 – Arquette performed in radio, theatre, and motion pictures until he retired from show business. 1959 ..
1887 – Born on March 24th in Smith Center, Kansas. American movie actor and comedian. 1904 – His first real professional engagement was singing illustrated songs for Sid Grauman at the Unique theater, San Jose, at $17.50 a week. 1908 – Married to Minta Durfee on August 6th. 1909 – Started his movie career with ..