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1948 – Clarke was born in Palmerston North, New Zealand on the 29th of July. 1970 – Clarke first became known during the mid-to-late 1970s for portraying a laconic farmer called Fred Dagg on stage, film and television. Gumboot and singlet-clad, Dagg was supposedly attended by numerous associates all named ‘Trev’. Clarke also recorded a ..

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1912 – Menen was born in London on April 22, 1912. 1930-1932 – Attended University College, London. 1934-1936 – Menen worked as a drama critic for a year and stage director for two years. 1937-1939 – Appointed as the director of a press service. 1989 – Died in Trivandrum, Kerala, India on February 13, 1989. ..

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1908 – Guareschi was born in Parma, Italy on May 1, 1908. 1926 – His family went bankrupt and he could not continue his studies in the University of Parma. He started to write for a local newspaper. 1929 – Became editor of the satirical magazine "Corriere Emiliano". 1936-1943 – Became chief editor of a ..

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1977 – Corddry was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts on September 8, 1977. 1995 – Corddry attended Weymouth High School then went to Colby-Sawyer College where he majored in Communications. 2005 – Corddry made his first appearance on The Daily Show as a correspondent on October 4, 2005. He also appeared in a television advertisement for ..

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1965 – Morris born in Bristol, England on September 5, 1965. 1985 – Morris was educated at Stonyhurst College and studied zoology at the University of Bristol. Upon graduating, He took up a traineeship with BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, where he was able to have the advantage of the free access to editing and recording equipment ..

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1961 – Lutazzi born in Rimini, Italy on January 26, 1961. 1994 – Became famous in doing funny characters in the popular comedy show "Never say Goal" which was aired in Italia 1. He did monologues about the recent news, interviews and skits addressed to an adult audience. 2001 – On March 14, 2001, Lutazzi ..

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1884 – Cuppy was born in Auburn, Indiana on August 23, 1884. 1902 – Cuppy graduated from Auburn High School and went on to the University of Chicago. He was a member of Phi Gamma Delta, acted in amateur theater and worked as a campus reporter for the Record-Herald and the Daily News. 1907 – ..

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1653 – Oldham was born in Shipton Moyne, Gloucestershire on August 9, 1653.   1674 – Oldham received his B.A. degree from the University of Oxford. Became an usher at Croyden School, where the Earl of Rochester visited him to complimeny him on his poetry.   1678 – Oldham was best known for his works: ..

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1961 – Hicks was born in Valdosta, Georgia on December 16, 1961. 1976 – Bill met Dwight Slade and became best of friends. Both of them are into comedy. He idolized Johnny Carson and the stand-up comedy of Woody Allen. Worried about Bill’s love for comedy that his parents took him to a psychoanalyst. They ..

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1931 – Born in Bow, London on January 10, 1931. 1951 – Attended Marling School in Stroud, Gloucestershire. 1968 – Achieved fame with his baroque comedy, The Ruling Class, which debuted at the Nottingham Playhouse. 1969 – Portrayed Da Vinci being prematurely declared dead in the play, "Leonardo’s Last Supper". 1978 – The play "Laughter!" ..

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