1908 – Born on the 12th of July in Morningside Heights neighborhood of Manhattan.
1913 – Won a lookalike contest with his impersonation of Charlie Chaplin.
1914 – Appeared a child actor in silent films, beginning with The Perils of Pauline.
– Played child roles in Bunny’s Little Brother with John Bunny; Tess of the Storm Country with Mary Pickford.
1916 – Berle enrolled in the Professional Children’s School, and at age 12 he made his stage debut in Florodora.
1920 – Starred in the movies "Birthright" with Flora Finch.
1921 – "Love’s Penalty" with Hope Hampton.
1922 – "Divorce Coupons" with Corinne Griffith and the serial Ruth of the Range 1923 with Ruth Roland.
1924 – He was 16 he chose Milton Berle as his professional name.
1934-1936 – Berle was heard regularly on The Rudy Vallee Hour.
– Regular on The Gillette Original Community Sing, a Sunday night comedy-variety program broadcast on CBS.
1939 – He was the host of Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One.
1943 – A comedy variety show sponsored by Ballantine Ale was followed by a program sponsored by Campbell’s Soups.
1947 – Milton Berle founded the The Los Angeles Friars Club at the old Savoy Hotel on Sunset Boulevard.
1948-1953 – His last radio series was The Texaco Star Theater, which began on 22nd of September.
– Appeared in the movies "Always Leave Them Laughing" with Virginia Mayo and Bert Lahr.
1960 – Let’s Make Love, with Marilyn Monroe and Yves Montand.
1963 – It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.
1966 – Signed to a new weekly variety series on ABC "The Milton Berle Show".
1980 – He appeared in drag in the video for "Round and Round" by the metal band Ratt.
1983 – Member of charter group of inductees into Television Hall of Fame.
1984 – "Woody Allen’s Broadway Danny Rose" and "Driving Me Crazy" 1991.
1988 – A series of syndicated TV specials with the umbrella title "Milton Berle: The Second Time Around".
1993 – Berle made a notorious appearance with RuPaul at the MTV Video Music Awards where RuPaul.
1995 – Appeared on an episode of Beverly Hills 90210 as Saul Howard.
2002 – Died in Los Angeles of colon cancer on 27th of March.